All Performances through March 29th, 2020 | Cancelled due to Coronavirus (COVID-19)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Thursday, March 12th, 2020
MILL VALLEY, CA—Marin Theatre Company (MTC) announces today that based on recommendations from the State of California and Marin County Health & Human Services to postpone or cancel large capacity indoor events, as well as the rising health concerns surrounding the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19)—it will cancel all upcoming performances of Kate Cortesi’s Love and Lauren Gunderson’s Natural Shocks.
Kate Cortesi’s Love, which opened on Tuesday, March 10, was scheduled to run through Sunday, March 29th. All performances are cancelled.
Lauren Gunderson was scheduled to perform her one-woman play, Natural Shocks, on Monday, March 16th as part of the Bay Area Women’s Theatre Festival. Monday night’s reading is cancelled.
MTC is currently working to provide an online, recorded video option for current ticket holders to both Love and Natural Shocks, allowing patrons to engage with these vital pieces of theatre from the comfort of their homes, without risk to their health. MTC will be following up with patrons in the next week with more information.
At this time there are no plans to cancel or postpone performances of Jordan Tannahill’s Botticelli in the Fire or Antoinette Nwandu’s Pass Over, the final two productions of MTC’s 2019/20 mainstage season.
Marin Theatre Company is the Bay Area’s premier mid-sized theatre and the leading professional theatre in the North Bay. We produce a six-show season focused on new American plays. We are committed to the development and production of new plays, with a comprehensive New Play Program that includes productions of world premieres, two nationally recognized annual playwriting awards and readings and workshops by the nation’s best emerging and established playwrights. Our numerous education programs serve more than 4,500 students from over 40 Bay Area schools each year. MTC strives to create intimate, powerful and emotional experiences that engage audiences to discuss new ideas and adopt a broader point of view. We believe in taking risks and inspiring people to participate in live theatre, regardless of personal means. MTC celebrates the intellectual curiosity of our community, and we believe that theatre is an important tool to help build empathy. MTC was founded in 1966 and is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Kate Robinson, Director of Ticketing and Communications Associate
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