Travel this Summer to a global theater destination.
Ready for a vacay but not quite sure where to go? We've got your tickets to the best theater in cities all around the world, so why not plan a trip around that show you've been dying to see this Summer?
From opera and improv to big Broadway tours, now we're making it even easier to discover theater beyond your hometown.
Pack your bags and don't miss that flight - you're headed to the theater!
New York City
It's no accident that Chicago comedy veterans make up a hearty portion of the SNL cast, past and present. Check out our comedy partners including: THE SECOND CITY, iO THEATER, THE ANNOYANCE THEATER & BAR, UNDER THE GUN THEATER, & THE CUPID PLAYERS. And with alumni like Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Mike Myers, Tim Meadows, and more -- Chicago talent is nothing to laugh about.
As our nation's capital, Washington D.C. is best known for its monuments and memorials, politicians and pageantry, but beyond the Smithsonian Mall lies a city rich in diversity and the arts. Whether you’re coming with your family, friends or on a solo trip, DC has a collection of shows playing this summer to suit all styles. Looking for a unique date night? Studio Theatre’s HAND TO GOD is a wild ride of puppet provacation while Synetic Theatre’s wordless TWELFTH NIGHT combines the Roaring 20’s with Shakespearean allure. Bringing the kids? Catch the world-premier of JUMANJI at Adventure Theatre MTC or Gilbert and Sullivan’s classic THE PIRATES OF PENZANCE at Olney Theatre Center. Later in the summer, Signature Theatre mounts the soulful JELLY’S LAST JAM while Keegan Theatre produces Martin McDonagh’s THE LONESOME WEST.
Planning a trip across the pond? Enter the lottery to win £15 front row tickets daily to see the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company’s ROMEO AND JULIET! If you're looking to take in some of the West End’s biggest shows, use our exclusive mobile Rush programs to get same-day tickets to CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, THE SPOILS, AMERICAN IDIOT AND MORE
From Broadway musicals at SHN to outdoor performances of classics at Cal Shakes, Marin Shakespeare Company and the Livermore Shakespeare Festival, there's no shortage of theater in the Bay Area this summer. Locals and visitors can check out over 200 food trucks at Fort Mason Center before catching an improv show at BATS Improv every Friday, or spend a night out with Beach Blanket Babylon, the world's longest running musical revue. With bustling arts at every corner of the Bay Area from San Jose to Marin to Oakland to the Mission, you don't have to look far for your next night at the theatre.