$29 Tix + Free Drink: “The Encounter” Immersive 3D Audio Journey | Curran
From London to Broadway and now SF, The Encounter is “one of the most immersive theater pieces ever created.” (New York Times). Plus it just won a special 2017 Tony for Sound Design.
Simon McBurney’s solo performance traces a journey into the depths of the Amazon rainforest, using innovative 3D audio technology to build an intimate and shifting world of sound. Each seat comes equipped with a pair of headphones.
Get exclusive $29.50 Orchestra tickets (normally $59) or get great seats with Premier Orchestra tickets for $62.50 (normally $125). Plus there’s no huge evil ticketing fees
> As a bonus, Funcheap ticket purchasers also receive a free drink ticket.
- Orchestra Seats for $29.50 – $34.50 (normally $59 – $69)
- Orchestra, Loge Seats for $44.50 – $49.50 (normally $89 – $99)
- Premier Orchestra Seats for $62.50 – $67.50 (normally $125 – $135)
- Free Drink Tickets (you just need to select the $1 “will call” option as your delivery method for tickets to get your free drink tickets)
- Prices for Funcheap $5 higher on weekend shows
- Show ends May 7th
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Book any ticket (other than the $35-$45 side orchestra tickets) and your discount will show up in your cart. Just be patient. It’ll be there!
“a captivating piece of high-definition storytelling” – Variety
Join us immediately following select performances to participate.
- Thursday, May 4: Explore group consciousness through personal curiosity, in this conversation with Simon McBurney and Radiolab co-founder and MacArthur Fellow, Jad Abumrad.
About The Encounter
The Encounter follows National Geographic photographer Loren McIntyre as he finds himself lost in a remote area of Brazil in 1969, which leads to a startling encounter that is to change his life. Each seat comes equipped with a pair of headphones. Put them on and experience ground-breaking sound design – plugging into the power of the imagination, and engaging you in new and breathtaking ways as McBurney leads you on an epic journey.
About The Curran
Built in 1922, the 1,600 seat Curran has housed some of the most important productions in history and is considered one of the greatest venues in North America. Under the curation of eight-time Tony Award winner Carole Shorenstein Hays, the Curran has just completed a major restoration and renovation and is reopening with a new mission: to engage new and existing audiences, and attract the most visionary artists in the world, by presenting bold, daring work.
This is a sponsored posting courtesy of the Curran who have made sure that Funcheapers get exclusive $50 mezzanine and $75 orchestra advanced tickets..