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Freestyle Love Supreme

Created by Thomas Kail, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Anthony Veneziale

Directed by Thomas Kail

Jan 21–Feb 13, 2022

The Geary Theater

Freestyle Love Supreme

Jan 21–Feb 13, 2022

We're throwing open the theater doors and welcoming the San Francisco Bay Area back to live, in-person theater! 

Through a very generous direct gift and matching funds from Salesforce, with additional support from the Koret Foundation, we’re able to make over 15,000 tickets available to Freestyle Love Supreme for as little as $5 per ticket. This is our gift to the Bay Area and a way to welcome everyone back to in-person theater after so many months without!

Looking for $5 tickets? Once on the seat map, filter by “Any Price” and then click on specific seats to see the full range of pricing.

Want to pay it forward? When you select your seats, certain tickets will show a variety of prices that you can pay—including a “pay it forward” option. If you choose this level, you support A.C.T. as a nonprofit organization, and help us to provide subsidized tickets to the community.

Help us spread the word. This big-hearted production is a terrific way to return to A.C.T. Come see the show, bring friends, or share this offer with anyone who loves a good time. We welcome everyone and hope to see you at the theater for Freestyle Love Supreme!

With additional support provided by the Koret Foundation

 

Before Hamilton, before In the Heights, there was Freestyle Love Supreme, the critically acclaimed Broadway hit from the minds of longtime friends Thomas Kail, Lin-Manuel Miranda, and Bay Area artist Anthony Veneziale.

Launching its American tour at the Geary Theater, Freestyle Love Supreme pays homage to John Coltrane's improvisational musical style as it takes audiences on a freestyle, never-before-seen-and-never-to-be-seen-again hip-hop comedy ride. Hailed as “sophisticated and haphazard, hilarious and serious” by Rolling Stone, no two shows will be alike, as performers—and special guest artists—take suggestions from the audience and spin them into instantaneous riffs and full-length musical numbers. Bay Area audiences will be the very first to see this slam-dunk hit, conceived over 15 years ago and as fresh as today’s Twitter feed.

The performance on Saturday, February 12 at 2 p.m. will feature open captioning.


 

Check out the Freestyle Love Supreme crew closing out the 2021 Tony Awards:

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All titles, schedules, and artists are subject to change.