Failure: A Love Story calendar listing
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
March 14, 2013
Performing Arts | Theater
Failure: A Love Story | West Coast premiere
Marin Theatre Company
By Philip Dawkins | Directed by Jasson Minadakis
Featuring Brian Herndon (debut),* Patrick Kelly Jones (It's a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play),* Liz Sklar (Lasso of Truth),* Megan Smith (Woody Guthrie's American Song)* and Kat Zdan (Bellwether)* (* Member of Actors Equity Association)
June 5 – June 29, 2014
Opening Night: Tuesday, June 10
Previews: Thursday, June 5 - Sunday, June 8
Tue, Thu, Fri & Sat 8:00 pm
Wed 7:30 pm
Sun 7:00 pm
Matinees: Every Sun 2:00 pm | Sat 6/14 & 6/28, 2:00 pm | Thu 6/19, 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
“Enchanted and enchanting… a wholly wonderful show that is profound, yet at the very same time whimsical beyond all imagining” – Chicago Sun-Times
With the very opening lines, we learn the basic plot of this anything-but-predictable new play set in 1920s Chicago: the three Fail sisters – Nelly, Jenny June and Gerty – have very little time left. But before it’s curtains for each young woman, she finds love and happiness in this quirky, macabre fantasia that examines the truism: “’Tis better to have loved and lost than never to have loved at all.”
Set to live music, this production will feature five actors performing guitar, piano, stand-up bass, violin, mandolin, flute and more.
$37–$58, details below (discounts available for Seniors and those Under 30)
Previews: $37 all
Opening Night & Sat Evenings: $53 side | $58 center
Tues: $37| $42
Wed, Thu, Sun Evenings & Matinees: $42 | $47
Fri: $48 | $53
RUSH tickets: $20, available one hour prior to show, based on availability
Under 30: $20, all performances
Senior discounts: $4 off, all performances
Military personnel, their families & US veterans: $5 off, all performances, must show ID
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.
After Words – 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 Saturdays and Opening and Closing Nights.
MTC Engaged Special Events:
• Theater Lecture Series – FREE public lectures by MTC artistic staff, all start at 7:30 p.m. unless otherwise noted
-Fri, 5/2 – Jewish Community Center of San Francisco, 3200 California St., San Francisco
- Tues, 5/20 – Belvedere-Tiburon Library, 1501 Tiburon Blvd., Tiburon
- Wed, 5/21 – Mill Valley Public Library, 375 Throckmorton Ave., Mill Valley
- Thur, 5/29 – Larkspur Library, 400 Magnolia Ave, Larkspur
• Perspectives: pre-show topical lecture: Thur 6/19, 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 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 | email@example.com
Founded in 1966, 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 231-seat main stage theater, as well as a five-show Theater Series for Young Audiences in partnership with the Bay Area Children's Theatre in our 99-seat studio theater. We are committed to the development and production of new plays by American playwrights, with a comprehensive New Play Program that includes productions of world premieres, two nationally recognized annual playwriting awards, readings and workshops by the nation’s best emerging playwrights and membership in the National New Play Network. Our numerous education programs serve more than 6,000 students from over 40 Bay Area schools each year. MTC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Sasha Hnatkovich, Communications Director
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