Waiting for Godot calendar listing
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Waiting for Godot calendar listing


Performing Arts | Theater


Marin Theatre Company
By Samuel Beckett
Directed by Jasson Minadakis
Featuring Mark Anderson Phillips,* Mark Bedard,* James Carpenter,* Ben Johnson,* Lucas Meyers and Sam Novick
* Member, Actor’s Equity Association

January 24 – February 17, 2012
Opening Night: Tuesday, January 29
Previews: Thursday, January 24 - Sunday, January 27

Performance Days
Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat 8:00 pm
Wed 7:30 pm
Sun 7:00 pm
Matinees: Every Sun 2:00 pm | Sat 2/2 & 2/16, 2:00 pm | Thu 2/7, 1:00 pm

Check marintheatre.org or call the box office at (415) 388-5208 for exact performance dates and times.

Marin Theatre Company | 397 Miller Avenue, Mill Valley, CA 94941

“ This greatest of 20th-century plays is also entertainment of a high order. ” – The New York Times

Didi and Gogo dally by the side of the road. They are expecting the imminent arrival of another man. They’ve asked this man for nothing definite, but eagerly anticipate his reply. And though they admit that they do not know him well and won’t even recognize him when they see him, they wait. They wait for Godot. | Voted most significant English language play of the 20th century by 800 playwrights, actors, directors and journalists in a poll by the Royal National Theatre

“A witty and poetic conundrum” – The Guardian

“Excellent, electrifying… ‘Godot’ is the Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival’s most flawless production ever, and it is the outstanding smaller theater company production of 1999… Minadakis’s direction is masterful. He gets everything right, including the long, thinking pauses. Silence isn't just golden. It’s funny and nerve-wracking.” – The Cincinnati Enquirer

$36–$57, details below (discounts available for Seniors and those Under 30)

Ticket Prices
Previews: $36 all
Opening Night & Sat Evenings: $52 side | $57 center
Tues: $36 | $41
Wed, Thu, Sun Evenings & Matinees: $41 | $46
Fri: $47 | $52

Discounts available:
RUSH tickets: $15, available one hour prior to show, based on availability
Under 30: $20, all performances
Senior discounts: varies by performance, please call
For group sales, contact Julie Knight, (415) 388-5200, ext. 3302

“MTC Engaged” invites patrons to join MTC’s artistic staff, designers and casts in conversation.

A member of MTC’s artistic staff (often with one or more members of the cast) hosts a Q&A talk back after every performance, except Saturday matinees and evenings, and Opening and Closing Nights.

MTC Engaged Special Events:
Theater Lecture Series at Mill Valley Public Library – FREE public lecture by MTC artistic staff, 375 Throckmorton Ave., 1/16, 7:30 p.m.
After Words – post-show interview with special guest: Sun 1/27, 2:00 p.m.
Director’s Night – post-show conversation with director: Wed 1/30 & 2/13
Theater Lecture Series at Belvedere-Tiburon Library – FREE public lecture by MTC artistic staff; 1501 Tiburon Blvd., Tiburon; 1/31, 7:30 p.m.
Perspectives – pre-show topical lecture: Thu 2/7, 12:00 p.m.

“MTC All Access” strives to make theater accessible to all audiences. For visually impaired patrons, Large Print playbills are available at the box office at all performances, Digital playbills that are compatible with screen reader software are available online starting one week before the first performance of a production, and Braille playbills are available with two-weeks advance notice through partnership with LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired. To request a Braille playbill, call MTC’s Box Office, (415) 388-5208, or use the California Telecommunications Relay Service by dialing “711.” For hearing impaired patrons, amplified sound Listening Devices are available.

marintheatre.org | (415) 388-5208 | boxoffice@marintheatre.org

Founded in 1967, Marin Theatre Company is the Bay Area’s premier mid-sized theater and the leading professional theater in the North Bay. We produce a six-show season of provocative plays by passionate playwrights from the 20th century and today in our intimate 231-seat proscenium theater. We are committed to the development and production of new plays by American playwrights, with a comprehensive New Play Program that includes two nationally recognized annual playwriting awards, new play readings and workshops by the nation’s best emerging playwrights and a leadership position in the National New Play Network. Our numerous education programs serve more than 6,000 students each year.

Sasha Hnatkovich, Communications Director
(415) 388-5200, ext. 3313 | email

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