- Three-play subscription with tickets to Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play, Let There Be Love, and A Little Night Music
- When: select dates, February 18–June 2
- Where: American Conservatory Theater
- Door time: one hour prior to showtime
- Full offer value includes ticketing fees
- Groupon purchasers may exchange their tickets for any of the dates associated with this offer
- $30 for balcony seating (up to $75 value)
- $75 for mezzanine seating (up to $180 value)
- Click here to view the seating chart
- Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play (February 18–March 15): In the dust of post-apocalyptic Northern California, strangers shivering around a campfire find solace in an unexpected source—The Simpsons. But what begins as a night of bonding has far-reaching effects, as the story of the animated family is passed down through generations.
- Let There Be Love (April 8–May 3): Alfred is an aging West Indian immigrant living in London, and his sour moods have distanced everyone closest to him—including his strong-willed daughter. The arrival of a young Polish caretaker forces him to re-examine his life in this drama that explores memory, regret, and the power of jazz.
- A Little Night Music (May 20–June 14): This Sondheim classic, painted with romantic waltzes and heart-bruisers such as “Send in the Clowns,” sees inhabitants of a 1900s Swedish country home in the throes of love and lust, longing and regret, and honesty and infidelity on a hot midsummer night.
American Conservatory Theater
Humor, song, and drama all unfold at the A.C.T.'s historic theater—originally opened in 1910—which blends austere neoclassicism with the occasional baroque flourish. The theater was built during the reconstruction after the 1906 earthquake, only to be struck by 1989's Loma Prieta earthquake, surviving significant damage and undergoing an extensive renovation and seismic stabilization that have enabled it to continue staging fine drama and overcome its reoccurring earthquake nightmares. A.C.T.'s newly revitalized Strand Theater is an intimate performance space located directly across from Civic Center’s UN Plaza. The Strand boasts a 283-seat theater, a 120-seat event and performance space, and a lobby and cafe.