NEW! Subscribe to the 2015-16 Season
Six-play full-season subscriptions and four and six-ticket flex packages are on sale now for our upcoming 2015-16 Season. Learn more about the plays >
If you are a current subscriber and would like to renew your subscription, click here for more information.
Subscription packages offer savings off single ticket prices, exclusive benefits and personalized customer service. Season subscriptions are available for $120-$300 and include free ticket exchanges, lost ticket replacement and priority seating. Order now, before tickets go on sale in July, to get the best seats for the best price.
To order your subscription or learn more about becoming a subscriber, contact our Box Office by phone, (415) 388-5208 (Tue - Sun, 12 - 5pm), or in person, 397 Miller Ave, Mill Valley.
Flex Packages still available for the 2014-15 Season
Not sure of your schedule? Our Flex Packages allow you to enjoy all the perks of subscribing – savings off regular price tickets, free exchanges and discounts off additional ticket purchases – while giving you the flexibility to choose the plays you to see, when you want to see them. Flex packages are available in bundles of four tickets – perfect for a couple or pair of friends who wants to see both The Way West and Choir Boy.
Order online or contact our Box Office at 415.388.5208 (open 12-5pm, everyday).
Remaining 2014-15 Season Plays
By Mona Mansour
Apr 16 — May 15, 2015 | 29 performancesIn this "sharp, sardonic, goofy tailspin of a play," a family of women in the Central Valley face down challenges with pluck, positivity and pioneer spirit. Features music by Misner and Smith (Woody Guthrie's American Song)
By Tarell Alvin McCraney
June 4 — 28, 2015 | 29 performances
With this “exceptionally beautiful, heart-pummeling piece of theater,” the writer of In the Red & Brown Water returns! Two boys compete for the top spot in their school's choir in this intimate coming-of-age story threaded throughout with haunting a cappella gospel music.
"Marin Theatre Company has become the Bay Area's blue-chip showcase for new American plays."– For All Events