“The Call” Sharp, Politically Charged Play | SF
In The Call, Annie and Peter decide to adopt, setting their sights on a child from Africa. But, when they receive surprising news from the adoption agency, their marriage is put to the test, secrets of the past are exposed, and this couple approaching midlife is left with an unexpected choice.
Politically charged, funny and tack-sharp, The Call is a startling portrait of cultural divide, casting global issues into the heart of an American home.
Free tickets can be obtained by entering the discount code “FUNCHEAP2016” at Brown Paper Tickets. Please Note: They have reserved 80 free tickets per performance for FunCheap readers. If you have problems getting the discount code to work, call the 24-hour customer ticketing support at 1-800-838-3006.
How to Get Free Tickets
1) After choosing the number of tickets, click on the button which reads “Enter a Password or Discount Code.”
2) Enter the phrase FUNCHEAP2016 and then click on the button which says “Show Available Tickets”
3) This refreshes the page, and now at the top or the window you should see a line highlighted in yellow which reads “General — Cast — Free –“. Go to this line and enter the number of tickets again on that yellow line and then go through the check out process. If you choose to have the tickets waiting for you at will call, the tickets will be free, with no service charge.
Performance dates & times:
- Sat Feb 20 3pm & 8pm
- Wed Feb 24 8pm
- Thu Feb 25 8pm
- Fri Feb 26 8pm
- Sat Feb 27 3pm & 8pm
- Wed Mar 2 8pm
- Thu Mar 3 8pm
- Fri Mar 4 8pm
- Sat Mar 5 3pm & 8pm
- Wed Mar 9 8pm
- Thu Mar 10 8pm
- Fri Mar 11 8pm
- Sat Mar 12 3pm & 8pm
Nearest is BART stop is Embarcadero Station. Take the Drumm Street exit out of the station. Walk up Drumm Street for 2 blocks, then turn left onto Jackson. Walk 2 blocks and cross Front Street – the Theatre is on the left.
There are many SF Muni buses and trams that stop within 2 blocks of the theater.