SFBC Bike to the Theater Night: 4000 Miles

valet opens at 6pm

Named the #1 Play of 2012 by Time Magazine – 4000 Miles is the acclaimed new comic-drama that tells the story of 21-year-old Leo, who unexpectedly arrives on the doorstep of his feisty 91-year-old grandmother Vera’s New York apartment, dazed after a months long cross-country bike trip. The winner of two 2012 OBIE Awards (including Best New American Play), 4000 Miles is “a funny, moving, altogether wonderful drama” (The New York Times) from one of today’s most celebrated new playwrights.

In partnership with the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition, A.C.T. hosts Bike to the Theater Nights with complimentary secure Valet Bike Parking, and patrons who bike to the theater will receive a special discount on tickets ($35 Orchestra, $25 Mezzanine, or $10 Balcony).Order tickets and enter code TRAVEL10 or call 415.749.2228. *Please arrive early and allow for time to be seated.

ALSO ON STREETSBLOG

Bike to the Theater Night: 4000 Miles

|
From SF Bicycle Coalition: Named the #1 Play of 2012 by Time Magazine – 4000 Miles is the acclaimed new comic-drama that tells the story of 21-year-old Leo, who unexpectedly arrives on the doorstep of his feisty 91-year-old grandmother Vera’s New York apartment, dazed after a months long cross-country bike trip. The winner of two 2012 OBIE […]

JFK Drive Bikeway Promises Pleasant Travel in Golden Gate Park

|
As early as this spring, residents and tourists could be enjoying a world-class bi-directional, physically-separated bikeway along a 1.5 -mile stretch of Golden Gate Park’s John F. Kennedy (JFK) Drive as part of the San Francisco Bicycle Coalition’s (SFBC) Connecting the City campaign for a network of routes safe and comfortable enough for an eight […]

An Emerging New Bike Plan for San Francisco is a Bold Path Forward

|
After four years of an agonizing bicycle injunction that prevented the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency (SFMTA) from adding any significant improvements to the city’s bike network, a judge earlier this year finally freed the SFMTA to begin building out the city’s long-promised Bicycle Plan. In short order, the SFMTA made some very noticeable improvements, […]