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As part of our committed effort to offer Bold Access to A.C.T.’s programs, we are offering free and heavily subsidized tickets and scholarships to 80,000 individuals. Tickets are available across every mainstage production with almost 20,000 of the tickets offered free of charge to our education and community partners. We are committed to play our part in removing the financial barrier to participation for youth and adults as theater has transformative impact at all ages. By inviting students and community members to our theaters and classrooms, A.C.T. is expanding access to theater for thousands of elementary, middle, and high school students, transition-age youth, and adults. We know that by helping young people, especially, discover the relevance of theater to their lives, we propel them on the path to realizing their potential in school and in life.

Program Highlights

  • $25 tickets are available for all shows on a first come/served basis. To see if these are available look for the blue seats on our seating map.
  • An allotment of free tickets to all productions are available to our Community Partners in our Community Partners Program. To learn more about how to become a community partner, email tickets@act-sf.org
  • Two hours before each performance, up to 20 rush tickets are available for only $15. Tickets are limited to one per person. Seating is best available at time of purchase. Once our allotment of 20 rush tickets runs out for a performance, patrons are welcome to take advantage of our regular rush prices. 
  • A.C.T. Conservatory scholarships create access to A.C.T.’s theater classes and training opportunities for those who have historically been unable to engage with these programs due to financial limitations. To learn more about scholarships and how to apply, click here


Stephen Davis and Jill Cowan
Jerome L. and Thao N. Dodson 
Kathleen Donohue and David Sze
Joanna Ebizie 
Sakurako and William Fisher Family
Kevin and Celeste Ford
Dr. Steven Lovejoy and Dr. Thane Kreiner 
The Marymor Family Fund
Vincent and Patrice McCarley 
Nion McEvoy and Leslie Berriman
Karesha McGee 
Arjay R. and Frances F. Miller Foundation
Shannon Nash 
Gerine Ongkeko
Laura Posey and Aaron Goldsmid
Robina Riccitiello 
Mary and Steven Swig
Hilary Valentine 
Marsha and David Veit 
Barry Williams and Lalita Tademy 
John and Zaza Wu
Kay Yun and Andre Neumann-Loreck