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It’s 2062, 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 new play, Jordan Harrison explores the mysteries of human identity and the limits — if any — of what technology can replace.

Jordan Harrison was a 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist for Marjorie Prime, which premiered at the Mark Taper Forum and had its New York premiere at Playwrights Horizons. Harrison is also the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Hodder Fellowship, the Horton Foote Prize, the Kesselring Prize, the Roe Green Award from Cleveland Play House, the Heideman Award, a Theater Masters Innovative Playwright Award, the Loewe Award for Musical Theater, Jerome and McKnight Fellowships, a NYSCA grant, and an NEA/TCG Residency with The Empty Space Theater.

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Performance Schedule


Tue - Sun 7:30pm


Sun (Preview) May 6, 4pm
Thu (Perspectives) May 17, 1pm
Sat, May 12 & 26, 2pm
Sun May 13, 20 & 27, 2pm

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Ticket Prices

Performance Center
Previews (May 3-6) $37 $37
Opening Night (May 8) $60 $55
Sat Eve $60 $55
Tue*, Wed, Thu, Fri & Sun Eve $49 $44
Matinees $49 $44
Best Deal (all shows, limited availability) n/a $25

* Excludes Opening Night.

Prices subject to change. 

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  • SENIORS (65+) – $4 off any performances 
  • UNDER 30 – $22, all performances
  • TEENS – $10, all performances
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  • EDUCATOR – $12, all performances (limit 2). Must teach at a Marin County School. Contact the Education Dept. to request. 

Military and Under 30 discounts and special group rates available only by calling or visiting the Box Office in person: (415) 388-5208.

Promo Codes distributed for online redemption subject to availability.  Only ONE (1) Promo Code will be valid per order.  Promo Codes do not apply to Best Deal ($25) tickets.


Creative Team

  • ​Jordan Harrison


    Jordan Harrison was a Pulitzer Prize finalist for MARJORIE PRIME, which premiered at the Mark Taper Forum and had its New York premiere at Playwrights Horizons. A film adaptation by Michael Almereyda debuted at the 2017 Sundance Film Festival. Jordan’s other plays include THE AMATEURS (Currently playing at The Vineyard Theatre); MAPLE AND VINE (Playwrights Horizons, Humana Festival); THE GROWN-UP (Humana Festival); AMAZON AND THEIR MEN (Clubbed Thumb); DORIS TO DARLENE (Playwrights Horizons); ACT A LADY (Portland Center Stage); FINN IN THE UNDERWORLD (Berkeley Repertory Theatre); FUTURA (NAATCO); KID-SIMPLE (Humana Festival); and a children’s musical, THE FLEA AND THE PROFESSOR (Arden Theatre). His new play, LOG CABIN, will premiere at Playwrights Horizons this spring. Jordan is the recipient of the Horton Foote Prize, Guggenheim and Hodder Fellowships, the Kesselring Prize, the Roe Green Award, the Heideman Award, and a NEA/TCG Residency. A graduate of the Brown MFA program, he is an alumnus of New Dramatists. Jordan has developed TV series for Sundance and TNT, and wrote for three seasons of Netflix’s “Orange in the New Black.” 

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  • Ken Rus Schmoll


    Ken Rus Schmoll is a two-time Obie Award-winning director. This past season he directed THE WOMEN OF PADILLA at Two River Theater; Annie Baker’s JOHN at the American Conservatory Theatre; Max Posner's JUDY for Page 73; and Anne Washburn's ANTLIA PNEUMATICA at Playwrights Horizons. Recent credits include Kate E. Ryan’s CARD AND GIFT (Clubbed Thumb); Jenny Schwartz and Todd Almond’s IOWA (Playwrights Horizons); Ayad Akhtar’s THE INVISIBLE HAND (New York Theatre Workshop, Lortel nomination); John Banville’s LOVE IN THE WARS (Bard SummerScape); Jordan Harrison’s THE GROWN-UP (Humana Festival); and George Brant's GROUNDED for Page 73. His work has also been seen at the Foundry Theatre, Vineyard Theatre, Long Wharf Theatre, Two River Theatre, Talking Band, Tanglewood, Guggenheim, BAM Next Wave, EST, 13P, LCT3, SPF, and PS 122. He is co-chair of the Soho Rep Writer/Director Lab, co-mentor of the Clubbed Thumb Directors Fellowship, an affiliated artist with Clubbed Thumb, a Usual Suspect at New York Theatre Workshop, and a three-time Sundance Theatre Institute alum. Upcoming productions include THE BRIDGE OF SAN LUIS/GREENSPAN at the Two River Theater; CATCH AS CATCH CAN at Page 73; and MARJORIE PRIME at the Marin Theater Company.

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+ Member, United Scenic Artists
^ Member, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers