On the heels of Hamilton's trailblazing visit, SHN is preparing to bring its most diverse lineup of Broadway musicals yet to San Francisco audiences.
The company's 2017-2018 season boasts seven blockbuster hits and a fresh mix of shows so popular, they're all still playing on Broadway in NYC.
The new season will drop musical theater fanatics in the middle of...
- a 16th century rock-n-roll-infused feud in "Something Rotten"
- a budding post-war romance in "An American In Paris"
- a magic carpet ride with three wishes and a Genie in "Aladdin"
- a triumphant journey to love and redemption in "The Color Purple"
- the true story behind Emilio and Gloria Estefan's rise to fame, and near fall, in "On Your Feet!"
- the classroom of a slacker substitute teacher turned Rock God (at least to his students) in "School of Rock"
- and a sugar-laden love affair in "Waitress," a new musical featuring music by six-time Grammy® nominee Sara Bareilles
Purchasing a membership to the upcoming season is the easiest way to lock down the best available seats at the best price. With a membership in hand, you can forgo keeping track of on-sale dates for remaining seats or crossing your fingers in last-chance lotteries—for an entire year.
Your VIP status is a win for your network as well. Members get first access to purchase additional tickets for friends and family throughout the season. And, once per season, SHN members can transfer their tickets from one production to another of their choice.
Members also get first crack at tickets to "special engagements," and this season's special engagement—"The Book of Mormon"—is expected to cause a commotion. The production holds nine Tony Awards, including “Best Musical,” plus a Grammy, and will take over SHN's Orpheum Theatre for a limited four weeks only run in San Francisco.
Then, there's private events with the stars. SHN regularly hosts private “In Conversation” events with show creators, directors and cast members—and only members receive invites. In years past, members have been treated to discussions with the director of "Hamilton," the stars of "Hedwig" and the creatives behind "Kinky Boots."
[Editor’s note: This is a sponsored post written by freelance writer Brittany Hopkins.]
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