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Founded in 1965, American Conservatory Theater is located in San Francisco. Its performance, education and outreach programs annually reach more than 250,000 people in the San Francisco Bay Area. The live theater offers productions, actor training and an ongoing dialogue with its community. Its master s of fine arts program is an actor training programs for new artists. Its Summer Training Congress is a summer program offering professional-caliber training for actors with prior theater experience. The course cover a broad range of subjects, including acting, voice and speech, and movement. It also includes physical classes, such as stage combat, movement, and audition technique. It offers special ticket packages for groups and students. It offers rental services by providing lounges and meeting rooms for performances, special events, receptions, meetings and product introduction.
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Northeast San Francisco, Downtown San Francisco-Union Square
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I had pricey tickets for the matinee on will-call, but being from out of town, failed to reckon with horrific Sunday afternoon traffic. Unable to find parking, literally within miles, I missed the opening curtain. When I phoned the box office to request a seat at another performance I was rudely refused any accommodation whatever by a snotty, dismissive employee, even though he readily admitted there were many seats available for the very next performance!

These folks obviously do not appreciate or encourage out of town patronage. Give 'em a miss!

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