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Twin sisters “M” and “L” care about two things in this world: academic ambition, and each other. But when M’s supposed shoo-in slot at a prestigious university is given to someone else, the sisters begin to strategize how to secure their success by any means necessary. Taking a page from a certain Scottish tragedy, the sisters' sinister scheming leads to bloody extracurricular activities that could take them to the top. Jiehae Park’s new dark comedy is a savage satire on academia, teenagers and race, and made The Kilroys’ 2015 List of the best new plays by female playwrights. 

Fresh off a critically acclaimed World Premiere production at Yale Repertory in the  15-16 season, MTC is excited to bring this sinister twist on the Scottish Play to the West Coast under the direction of Margot Bordelon, who also directed the play’s world premiere. Another of Park’s plays, Hannah and the Dread Gazebo, won the Princess Grace Award, the Leah Ryan Prize, and landed on the first annual Kilroys List, and will receive its world premiere in March 2017 at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival.

Performance Schedule

Evenings

Tue - Sun 7:30pm

Matinees 

Sun (Preview) Mar 12, 4:00pm
Thu (Perspectives) Mar 23, 1:00pm
Sat, Apr 18 & Mar 1, 2:00pm
Sun Mar 19 & 26, Apr 2, 2:00pm


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Opening Night (Mar 14) $60 $55
Sat Eve $60 $55
Tue*, Wed, Thu, Fri & Sun Eve $49 $44
Matinees $49 $44
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Cast

  • Rinabeth Apostol*

    Rinabeth Apostol*

    L

    Rinabeth Apostol was last seen on the MTC stage in Othello.  Recent projects include A Thousand Splendid Suns and The Hard Problem (both at A.C.T.), The Four Immigrants: An American Musical Manga (TheatreWorks New Works Festival), Untitled Cambodia Pop Play (Berkeley Rep Ground Floor) and Dogeaters (Magic Theatre).  She originated roles in The Kite Runner (San Jose Repertory Theatre, Arizona Theatre Company), The Cable Car Nymphomaniac (FOGG Theatre), Fire Work (TheatreFIRST), FIRST (Aluminous), and Imelda: A New Musical (East West Players). Select credits include Othello (Marin Theatre Company), Aliens with Extraordinary Skills (B Street Theatre), Of Mice and Men (San Jose Rep), Avenue Q (San Jose Stage Company), Red (TheatreWorks), and collaborations with Playwrights Foundation, Crowded Fire, NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts, and The Groundlings (Los Angeles), among others.  TV & Film include Lit, Quitters, Girltrash!, Just For Kicks and Give Me Grace.  Ms. Apostol is a company member of PlayGround, Ferocious Lotus and SAG-AFTRA.

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  • Rosie Hallett*

    Rosie Hallett*

    Dirty Girl/Preppy Girl

    Rosie Hallett is delighted to return to MTC after appearing as Mary Dalton in Native Son and Meesh in The Way West and understudying Bellwether. Other recent credits include The Country House at TheatreWorks; Top Girls and Harry Thaw Hates Everybody with Shotgun Players; The Winter’s Tale at SF Shakespeare Festival; Status Update at CenterREP; and three productions and tours to France with Word for Word Performing Arts Company, where she is an associate artist. When not in the Bay Area, Ms. Hallett can often be found in Paris, where she performs with Big Funk Company in English-language productions. She is a company member of Playground, a TBA TITAN Award recipient, and a graduate of Stanford University.

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  • Jeremy Kahn*

    Jeremy Kahn*

    D

    Jeremy Kahn is delighted to make his MTC debut. His past theatre work includes: The Rover (Shotgun Players), Peter and the Starcatcher (Theatreworks), 1 2 3, Tigers Be Still, The Fantasticks, Kimberly Akimbo (San Francisco Playhouse), Another Way Home (Magic Theatre), Tortilla Curtain (San Diego Repertory Theatre), Wittenberg (Aurora Theatre Company), Baskerville, It Shoulda Been You, The Storytelling Ability of a Boy (Center REP), Max Understood (Paul Dresher Ensemble), First (PlayGround), Moonshiner (Jackalope Theatre Company), Shakespod (The Edinburgh Fringe Festival), Would (The NYC Fringe Festival), Chicagoland (The Inconvenience), Beautiful City, and Caucasian Chalk Circle (Theatre Mir, where he was an ensemble member for two seasons). Television and independent film credits include: Looking (HBO), Unleashed, The Etruscan Smile (2017), Dirt (2017), After Effect and Wayne. He holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts from The Theatre School at DePaul University.

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  • Cameron Matthews

    Cameron Matthews

    BF

    Cameron Matthews was last seen in VS. at Theatre First. His Bay Area credits include All Of What You Love and none of what you hate (San Francisco Playhouse), Colossal (San Francisco Playhouse), Call It Off (Mojo Theatre), One Minute Play Festival (Z Space), and Kaiser Permanente's Educational Theatre Program. He is thrilled to be working with Marin Theatre Company for the first time and is grateful to be a part of this production. He thanks God for his many blessings. He sends much love and appreciation to his family and friends for all of their support. Especially his mom, Sophia. Love you Mom! 

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  • Tiffany Villarin*

    Tiffany Villarin*

    M

    Tiffany Villarin is New York City based actress, she has appeared in HOUSE RULES (Ma-Yi Theatre), PEERLESS (Cherry Lane Mentor Project), FIGARO (The Pearl), DREAM ACTS (Re/Union Company), GENTRIFUSION (Red Fern), RESURRECTION (Diverse City), as Nina in National Asian American Theatre Company's vaudeville inspired version of THE SEAGULL, SIX (2G). Her regional credits include THE LANGUAGE ARCHIVE (Bristol Riverside), PEERLESS (Yale Repertory), THE GROWN UP (Actors Theatre Humana Festival), GHOSTWRITTEN (Goodman). Chicago credits include CONCERNING STRANGE DEVICES FROM THE DISTANT WEST (Timeline Theatre), GOLDEN CHILD (Silk Road Rising), THE SEARCH FOR ODYSSEUS (Adventure Stage Chicago). Her film and television credits include BULL, THE BLACKLIST, GOTHAM, and CERTAINTY. She also worked at the Sundance Theatre Lab on GHOSTWRITTEN and HAVE YOU SEEN STEVE STEVEN? Ms. Villarin has a B.F.A. in Acting from The Theatre School of DePaul University and is a member of The Actors Center.

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Creative Team

  • Jiehae Park

    Jiehae Park

    Playwright

    Jiehae Park’s peerless recently received its world premiere at Yale Rep and was part of the 2015 Cherry Lane Mentor Project; she is one of the writers of Wondrous Strange (2016 ATL/Humana Festival). Her work has been developed through the Soho Rep W/D Lab, Playwrights Horizons, Berkeley Rep's Ground Floor, Playwrights Realm, the Emerging Writers Group at the Public, NYTW, Old Globe, Dramatists Guild Fellowship, Ojai Playwrights Conference, Bay Area Playwrights Festival, and the amazing Ma-Yi Writers Lab. Hannah and the Dread Gazebo won the Leah Ryan Prize, Princess Grace Award, L Arnold Weissberger Award, and Grand Prize in the ANPF Women’s Invitational; her plays have been included in two years of the Kilroys List. Commissions: Playwrights Horizons, McCarter Theatre, Williamstown. Residencies: MacDowell, Yaddo, Hedgebrook, and McCarter/Sallie B. Goodman. She will be a 2016-17 Hodder Fellow at Princeton University. As a performer: La Jolla Playhouse, Studio Theatre, Tiny Little Band, REDCAT, and the upcoming Sleep with Ripe Time/The Play Co. BA, Amherst; MFA, UCSD. 

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  • Margot Bordelon

    Margot Bordelon

    Director

    Margot Bordelon is a New York based director who specializes in new work. Upcoming: T. by Dan Aibel at American Theater Company. Recent projects: Too Heavy for Your Pocket by Jireh Holder for Alliance Theater, The Pen by Julianne Wick Davis and Dan Collins for Premieres NYC (NYT's Critic's pick), peerless at Yale Rep, A Delicate Ship by Anna Ziegler for The Playwrights Realm (NYT's Critic's pick), and Okay, Bye by Joshua Conkel for Steppenwolf Theater. She’s developed new plays with Ars Nova, Atlantic Theatre, Berkeley Rep, Cherry Lane, Juilliard, NYTW, PlayPenn, Portland Center Stage, Primary Stages, Rattlestick, Roundabout, and the Wilma, among others. Margot moved east after spending six years in Chicago working as a director, writer and performer. She is a founding member of Theatre Seven of Chicago, and spent four seasons working in Lookingglass Theatre’s Artistic Department. MFA: Yale School of Drama, BFA: Cornish College of the Arts. www.margotbordelon.com

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  • Kate Noll

    Kate Noll

    Scenic Designer

    Kate Noll is a Bay Area native, although she is currently based in New York City. Recent credits include Agrippina (Juilliard), Orange Julius (Rattlestick), Cosi Fan Tutte (Loft Opera), I and You (Theater Squared), Xerse (Yale Baroque Opera), Stones in his Pockets (Shanghai Dramatic Arts Center) Utility (The Amoralists, nominated for an Innovative Theater Award), Accidental Death of an Anarchist (Yale Rep, Berkeley Rep, nominated for a Connecticut Critics Circle Award), In A Tilted Place (IRT Theater), Gordy Crashes (Ricochet Collective), Kristina (August Strindberg Rep), This Lingering Life (HERE Arts Center), The Fatal Eggs (Fractured Atlas) Ermynturde & Esmeralda (Ars Nova), Gloria, A Pig Tail (New York Philharmonic), Cloud 9 (YSD). Kate is also a stylist for film, television, photo shoots, concerts and performance art. She is a graduate of RISD and Yale School of Drama. Upcoming projects include Monstrosity at the New School, and Carmen with Heartbeat Opera. katenoll.com

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  • Heather Basarab

    Heather Basarab

    Lighting Designer

    Heather Basrab’s designs have been seen with companies including La Mama (NY), the Aurora Theater, Magic Theatre, Campo Santo, Chris Black Dance, AXIS Dance Company, The New Pickle Circus, Cirque Mechanique, Wei-Shan Lai Dance, Fogbeast and the Joe Goode Performance Group. Recent projects include Hamlet with Shotgun Players (2016 BATCC nomination); Z and Portrait with SF Danceworks (2016 Izzy nomination), Photosoma with Christine Germain and Dancers/ Z-Space, and The Shipment with Crowded Fire.  Recognition includes an Isadora Duncan Award, a Bay Guardian Upstage/Downstage Award, Time Out Chicago’s Best Dance Lighting, and four BATCC awards. Ms. Basarab holds a BA from the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television and a MS in Arts Education from Dominican University.

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  • Palmer Hefferan+

    Composer/Sound Designer

    Palmer Hefferan is a composer and sound designer based in New York, NY. Off-Broadway credits include: Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre: Orange Julius; Signature Theatre: The Death of the Last Black Man in the Whole Entire World; Second Stage: Friend Art; Soho Rep: Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again; Manhattan Theatre Club: Important Hats of the Twentieth Century; Playwrights Realm: A Delicate Ship; Keen Company: The Film Society; 59E59: I Am The Wind. Select regional credits include: Oregon Shakespeare Festival: Henry IV, Part One; Huntington Theatre: Tiger Style!; Triad Stage: Arms and the Man; Williamstown: Romance Novels for Dummies; Alliance Theatre: Tiger Style!; Woolly Mammoth: Baby Screams Miracle, Guards at the Taj, Women Laughing Alone With Salad, and Cherokee; Center Stage: Twelfth Night; Studio Theatre: Moment, Sorry, Regular Singing, Bad Jews, and Edgar & Annabel. In 2016, she received a Henry Hewes nomination for her design for Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again. at Soho Rep. Palmer has her MFA from Yale School of Drama.

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* Denotes member of Actors Equity Association
+ Member, United Scenic Artists
^ Member, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers

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