Funny Girl at Orpheum Theater San Francisco

Funny Girl Tickets

Orpheum Theatre | San Francisco, California

Funny Girl

Exceeding all expectations, Funny Girl is on Thursday 2nd May 2024 at Orpheum Theatre. You will be absolutely over the moon when you experience all that the musical has to offer. You can expect world-class vivid visuals as well a superb cast. The critics have been raving about it and you genuinely don't want to lose out on this one, but you will if you don't act now. Tickets are fast becoming unavailable, so be sure to obtain yours immediately!

Although Fanny Brice, the main character, is not meant to be naturally appealing, she is unmistakably brilliant. There is nothing usual about her; she has a wonderful voice, a razor wit, refined looks, graceful hands, and eyes that seem to burn their way into your very being.

Beginning on the verge of a new of her epic journey, her narrative arc follows her as a young, brave performer on New York City's Lower East Side, scrambling through the worlds of burlesque and vaudeville. Fanny is a beautiful singer with a wonderful talent who believes in herself even through her family and friends' doubts about her ability to achieve her goals.
At first sight, Fanny's heart is attracted by Nick Arnstein, a dapper gambler with a soft side. Nick, on the other hand, is unable to empathize and is constantly absent on what she assumes are "business" trips.

While in Baltimore, Nick and Fanny share a passionate encounter during which they both admit their feelings for one another, and Fanny makes the direct decision to move across the ocean to be with Nick. Nick's wins a sizable amount of money, so the couple decided to tie the knot. Fanny has to choose between her husband and her fantastic career as an entertainer because he is becoming increasingly unhappy and dissatisfied with her success in show business.

Really and truly you should not miss out on this amazing tale. Though tickets are still available, getting them quickly is recommended as they will run out.

Funny Girl at Orpheum Theatre


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