The Marines Memorial Theater is located in San Francisco and offers a 646-sesat venue for corporate, civic, educational, and celebratory functions. The theater offers a convenient location for events at Union Square and Nob Hill. The theater was built in 1926 and has a rich history. It has served as the home to the Actors Workshop and American Conservatory Theatre. Performances by Bob Hope, Jack Benny, Lynn Redgrave, Jean Stapleton, and a variety of other famous names have performed at the theater over the years. The theater is available for rent for events or it can be used for performances. A full complement of stage production services are available and include sound and light engineering. The theater hosts a variety of education experiences throughout the year. American Conservatory productions included Long Day's Journey Into Night, The Blood Not, Angels in America, and For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow is Enuf. The theater, once again under the management of the Marine's Memorial Association, is located right in the heart of the Union Square entertainment and restaurant district. The theater itself offers a pre-show bar where you can relax and enjoy a drink before taking your seat. The Leatherneck Steakhouse and Lounge is located inside of the Marine's Memorial Hotel, located on the 12th floor of the building. Nearby restaurants include Cesario's, Persimmon's, and L'Ottavo Ristorante.