2017/2018 Season

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COMING NEXT SEASON

  • Sep 28 - Oct 22 | World Premiere

    Thomas and Sally

    By Thomas Bradshaw | Directed by Jasson Minadakis

    An explosive world premiere by the 2017 PEN Award-winner, Thomas and Sally gets up close and personal with our country’s first prominent mixed-race couple: Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings, the enslaved woman who mothered 6 of his children. Bradshaw takes us behind the scenes—and into the beds—of American history with the Hemings-Jeffersons and the rock stars of the Revolution: Ben Franklin, John & Abigail Adams & the Marquis de Lafayette!

  • Nov 24 - Dec 17 | Bay Area Premiere

    Shakespeare in Love

    Based on the screenplay by Marc Norman & Tom Stoppard | Adapted for the stage by Lee Hall | Music by Paddy Cunneen | Directed by Jasson Minadakis

    "It makes you feel grateful to be alive." –THE INDEPENDENT

    Enchantment abounds as a young Will Shakespeare attempts to write his new, crowd-pleasing comedy, Romeo and Ethel, the Pirate’s Daughter. MTC artistic director Jasson Minadakis directs this stunning new adaptation of the witty and charming Academy Award–winning screenplay featuring live musicians performing on stage and 13 of the Bay Area’s most beloved actors! 

  • Jan 25 - Feb 18, 2018 | Bay Area Premiere

    Skeleton Crew

    By Dominique Morisseau | Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

    Dominique Morisseau’s 2014 Sky Cooper Award-winning Skeleton Crew takes us into the lives of four line workers at the last-standing auto plant in Detroit, 2008. Long hours and demanding shifts have turned them into a family, held together by factory veteran Faye, who’s only months away from retiring with her full pension. But when she discovers that management has a new plan, she’s torn between self-preservation and allegiance to her coworkers. 

  • Mar 15 – Apr 8, 2018 | West Coast Premiere

    The Wolves

    By Sarah DeLappe | Directed by Morgan Green

    "Powerful storytelling and universal appeal." – INDEPENDENT

    In an indoor Astroturf soccer field in suburban Middle America, the Wolves soccer team prepares for the upcoming College Showcase, and every point counts. Between the sprints and drills, however, these young women navigate even trickier terrain: the emotional path to adulthood. Powerfully and intimately rendered, The Wolves by Sarah DeLappe is a 2017 Pulitzer Prize finalist and the winner of MTC’s 2016 Sky Cooper Prize.

  • May 3 – 27, 2018 | Bay Area Premiere

    Marjorie Prime

    By Jordan Harrison | Directed by Ken Rus Schmoll

    It’s the age of artificial intelligence, and 85-year-old Marjorie — a jumble of disparate, fading memories — has a handsome new companion who’s programmed to feed the story of her life back to her. What would we remember, and what would we forget, if given the chance? In this richly spare, wondrous Pulitzer Prize-finalist play, Jordan Harrison explores the mysteries of human identity and the limits — if any — of what technology can replace.

  • Jun 14 – Jul 8, 2018 | Bay Area Premiere

    Straight White Men

    By Young Jean Lee

    As Ed, a widower, prepares to celebrate Christmas, he calls his three grown sons back to the family home. Games are played, Chinese food is ordered, and brotherly pranks and trash-talk distract them from the ongoing issue that threatens to ruin the festivities: when personal identity is essential and privilege is a problem, what is a straight white man to do? Raucous, surprising and fearless—experimental playwright Young Jean Lee takes an outside look at the traditional father/son play narrative, shedding new and often hilarious light on a story we think we know all too well.

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