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Subscription Sales Have Ended for the Season.

We will announce our
35th Season



continues with Thurgood plus your choice of
plus your choice of 2–5 productions from our partner theatres!

Passport Selection:
Magic Theatre presents
And I And Silence (NOTE: This Show has Closed)
by Naomi Wallace
(West Coast Premiere)
In 1950s America, two imprisoned teenagers, one black, one white, form a perilous bond.
Presented at Magic Theatre
LHT Dates: November 6–23, 2014*

Soulful Christmas

Soulful Christmas
A Gospel Holiday Concert (NOTE: This Show has Closed)
featuring Musical DIrector, Yvonne Cobbs
conducting the legendary Lorraine Hansberry Theatre Choir
staged by Darryl V. Jones
Celebrating 20 years of Gospel Music at LHT!
Presented by Lorraine Hansberry Theatre
at the Southside Theater, Fort Mason Center
December 4-24, 2014

Passport Selection:
San Francisco Playhouse presents
Tree (NOTE: This Show has Closed)
written by Julie Hebert
directed by Jon Tracy
An unexpected knock at the door turns a family upside-down. In this story of beginnings and endings, betrayal and love, three generations twist and grow in astonishing ways.
Presented at the San Francisco Playhouse
LHT Dates: January 25–March 7, 2015*

Passport Selection:
Just Theatre in association with Shotgun Players presents
We Are Proud to Present (NOTE: This Show has Closed)
written by Jackie Sibblies Drury
directed by Molly Aaronson-Gelb
When an interracial group of actors get together to do a theatrical presentation about the origins of Namibia, issues of race in our “postracial” society come up...
Presented at the Ashby Stage
LHT Dates: February 7–22, 2015*

Passport Selection:
Marin Theatre Company presents

The Convert (NOTE: This Show has Closed)
by Danai Gurira
(Bay Area Premiere)
Africa, 1895: Against her family’s wishes, a young Shona girl escapes an arranged marriage, converts to Christianity and becomes servant and student to an African evangelist.
Presented at Marin Theatre Company
LHT Dates: February 25–March 15, 2015*
Note: After our season brochures were printed, Marin Theatre Company changed all evening performances of The Convert to 7:00pm curtain times. These changes are reflected on our online sales engine and the printable order form.

Passport Selection:
The Cutting Ball Theater presents
Mount Misery (NOTE: This Show has Closed)
written by Andrew Saito
directed by Rob Melrose
On a plantation in a small Maryland town, a teenaged slave named Frederick Douglass once fought and triumphed against an overseer named Edward Covey. In 2003, Covey’s home, “Mount Misery,” was purchased by former U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld for $1.5 million. In Mount Misery, Saito imagines Rumsfeld and Douglass’ interactions across time.
Presented at the Exit Theatre
LHT Dates: May 14–31, 2015*

Passport Selection:
American Conservatory Theater presents
Let There Be Love (NOTE: This Show has Closed)
by Kwame Kwie-Armah
An immigrant’s tale of beginnings, endings and nationalism set against the music of Nat King Cole.
Presented at American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.)
LHT dates: April 8–19, 2015*



Thurgood (NOTE: This Show has Closed)
by George Stevens Jr.
featuring Steven Anthony Jones as Thurgood Marshall
An eye-opening, humorous, & uplifting portrait of a true American hero
Presented by Lorraine Hansberry Theatre
at the Creativity Theater, Yerba Buena Gardens
July 9-25, 2015