KQED Member Exclusive

Get 35 percent off select performances of Frankenstein.

Steven McRae as The Creature in Liam Scarlett's Frankenstein
© 2016 The Royal Opera House. Photo by Bill Cooper

Liam Scarlett, the youngest choreographer ever to have a full-length ballet commissioned by The Royal Ballet, helms this darkly beautiful exploration of Mary Shelley’s Gothic classic. Lowell Liebermann, one of America’s most frequently recorded living composers, created the original score. Master designer John Macfarlane brings us sumptuous costumes. More a love story than a monster story, Frankenstein is a meditation on what it means to be human.

San Francisco Ballet is pleased to offer KQED members 35 percent off tickets* to select performances of Frankenstein. KQED members also enjoy a 15 percent discount at The Shop at SF Ballet—show your KQED MemberCard at the register.

To purchase your Frankenstein discount tickets, enter promotional code CREATURE below and select one of the following performances:

Saturday, February 18, 2:00 pm

Tuesday, February 21, 7:30 pm

Wednesday, February 22, 7:30 pm

Once the promo code is accepted, the ticket prices shown will reflect your 35 percent discount. Limit 2 tickets per member.

Don’t delay — this offer expires December 30, 2016, and is valid only while supplies last.

NOTE: Frankenstein deals with mature themes and subject matter. Not recommended for children under 12.

* This special offer is valid only for the performances listed above and excludes box seats. Online purchases only. Limit two tickets per member. KQED membership will be verified after purchase and nonmember orders will be declined. Offer subject to availability and cannot be combined with other offers or applied to previously purchased tickets.

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