More Opportunities for Teens!

Your health & safety are important to us!

We may have our doors physically closed due to COVID-19 (Coronavirus) while we shelter in place, but we’re still opening our creative hearts remotely! While this is an important time to prioritize the safety and health of everyone, we’re pledging to keep our students’ imaginations, self-expression, and community strong. Our Spring Classes are continuing through online remote learning! Our partnering school residencies and after school drama classes are now meeting online! We’ve adjusted our coursework to bring a creatively altered brand of our MTC drama classes which introduce free online resources such as Zoom, Google Classroom, and Vimeo among others, that get students connecting, learning, and creating together. 

If you haven’t joined us for some of our spring classes already, or are interested in knowing more, please contact Resident Teaching Artist Anna Gormley directly: annag@marintheatre.org

We will continue to follow the guidance of local health authorities and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in addition to staying up to date on developing events with our school partners and community members.

Thank you for your continued patience and support of theatre education in Marin!


Congratulations to our 2019-2020 MYPF Finalists!

A Man to Search for by Jackson Reuter and Sarah Barsky
Call Me? by Maggie Nelson 
Epitaph by Alexis Grusby and Sofia Storey 
GPS: God Please Stop by Natalie Agnew 
Like, Whatever, Sue Me by Ava Gaughan and Ash Dorris 
Untimely Confession by Madeline Finkel 
Wish Upon a Star by Meimi Curtis 
Your Friendly Neighborhood Demon by Isabella Sinclair 

Stay tuned for more information on the outcome of this year's Marin Young Playwright's Festival! 

Questions? Please contact Resident Teaching Artist Anna Gormley directly: annag@marintheatre.org