Marines Memorial Theatre
Originally dedicated to improving the lives of women, this building, constructed in 1927 through the efforts of the San Francisco Women's Building Association, is now a historical landmark. National radio broadcasts featuring the likes of Bob Hope and Frank Sinatra were the standard fare in the beginning.
Since these times, high quality productions and talent have been the standard. In the 50's and 60's the legendary Actor's Workshop resided here, producing such playwrights as Arthur Miller, Tennessee Williams and Bertholt Brecht. Serving as the first home of the American Conservatory Theater and as host to many touring productions, the Marines Memorial Theatre continues to deliver productions of the highest quality, including STOMP, now in its second smash year.
Address / Phone
609 Sutter Street, Suite 200,