In the final installment of the Christmas at Pemberley trilogy, we follow Mr. Darcy’s younger sister, Georgiana - an accomplished pianist - and Lizzy and Mary’s younger sister, Kitty Bennet. Georgiana, shy and hopeful, is living under the scrutiny of her commanding older brother; Kitty, now free of the influence of her flighty sister Lydia, is Georgiana’s joyful, practical best friend. It is Christmastime at Pemberley and the pair impatiently await the imminent arrival of Henry Grey, Georgiana's secret correspondent and equally shy love interest. When the gentleman enters a family holiday in full force and is met by the unwelcoming presence of Mr. Darcy, Georgiana fears her love will be lost forever. The future is never certain, however, and love has a way of arriving exactly when it is meant to. 

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Performance Schedule

November 18-December 19, 2021

Tuesday-Sunday evenings at 7:30pm (no performance on Thanksgiving Day Thursday, 11/25); Saturday & Sunday matinees at 2pm, except Sunday 11/21 at 4pm; "Perspectives" Thursday matinee at 1pm (12/9). For information on Student Matinee performances please contact Alicia M. P. Nelson at alician@marintheatre.org. 


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Saturday evenings, Saturday & Sunday matinees, and Opening Night $60 $55
Tuesdays (except opening night), Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday Evenings $55 $50
"Perspectives Matinee" (12/9) $55 $50

Discounts

Discounts are available through the Box Office (415.388.5208 or in person) or online with a valid promo code*

Best Deal Tickets (formerly called Rush): $25 – A limited number of Best Deal tickets are available online for every mainstage performance for only $25 and will be available beginning one week prior to opening night of each production. Best Deal tickets are subject to availability and frequently sell out in advance.

Seniors (65 and older): $4 off each ticket, all performances

Under 35: $35, all performances

Students: $10, all performances

Educators: $12, all performances (limit 2); book by calling or visiting the Box Office; must present valid teacher ID or pay stub at purchase. 

Military personnel, their families and US veterans: $6 off each ticket, all performances


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  • Lauren Spencer

    Lauren Spencer

    Georgiana Darcy

    Lauren Spencer is thrilled to return to the gorgeous world of Pemberley after playing Jane Bennet in MTC’s 2016 production of Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley. Lauren has performed with Campo Santo, Crowded Fire, American Conservatory Theater, Kansas City Repertory Theatre, Berkeley Rep, San Francisco Playhouse, and San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, among others. As a director, she is passionate about developing new work that champions the joys and complexities of BIPOC women and femmes. Recent credits include: Darren Canady’s Black Butterflies (American Conservatory Theatre/Kansas City Repertory Theatre); Lisa Marie Rollins’ and Susan Ito’s Untold (Brava Theater for Women in the Arts); Noelle Viñas’s Derecho (Playwrights Foundation); and Jordan Remirez Puckett’s To Saints and Stars (Creede Repertory Theatre). She is a company member with the award-winning ensemble Campo Santo, a founding member of The Coalition of Bay Area Black Women Theater Artists, a “Reimagining Political Power” Fellow with Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, a recipient of CalShakes Luminary Learn Award for her work applying theater arts in the classroom, and an inaugural member of the Calshakes Artist Circle.

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  • Emilie Whelan

    Emilie Whelan

    Kitty Bennet

    Emilie Whelan moved to California in 2019 after a career in the bayous of New Orleans where she was a major force in arts and development post-Katrina. There she oversaw the development of NHP Foundation’s arts programming, Cripple Creek Theater Company, The Fringe Theater Festival New Orleans, and The DISTILLERY Artist Residency at the Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans for mid-career performing artists. She is an Associate Artist with Oakland Theater Project and credits with them have included MacbethRomeo and Juliet; Streetcar Named DesireMother Courage and her ChildrenHamletWaiting for LeftyGROUNDEDThe Radicalization of Bradley ManningOthello. She is the Director of Advancement with West Edge Opera, supporting new opera development. She is also a professor at Contra Costa College having received her BFA from New York University Tisch School of the Arts, and an MFA from UC San Diego. She's a big fan of laughter, impromptu dance parties, and adding more butter to...everything.

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  • Laura Odeh

    Laura Odeh

    Elizabeth Darcy (Lizzy)

    Laura Odeh has appeared on Broadway in The Rivals (Lincoln Center Theatre). Favorite Off-Broadway credits include The Aristocrats (Irish Repertory Theatre), A Body of Water (Primary Stages), Gaslight (Irish Repertory Theatre)King Lear (The Public Theater), and Mrs. Warren’s Profession (Irish Repertory Theatre). Regional productions include Hand to God (Berkeley Rep), Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley (Marin Theatre Company), King Lear (Goodman Theatre, Shakespeare Theatre Company of DC), 33 Variations (La Jolla Playhouse, Arena Stage), and The Cherry Orchard (Yale Rep). Her television and film credits include The Other WomanSynecdocheNY“The Unusuals” and “Guiding Light,” as well as various commercials and industrial videos. She has worked with such directors as Zelda Fichandler, Robert Falls, James Lapine, Mark Lamos, Bill Rauch, Moisés Kaufman, Charlie Kaufman, Don Roos and Meredith McDonough. Laura received her MFA from the Graduate Acting Program at NYU. She is a proud member of the Screen Actors Guild and Actors’ Equity Association.  

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  • Madeline Rouverol

    Madeline Rouverol

    Lydia Wickham, Sarah Darcy

    Madeline Rouverol is overjoyed to return to MTC, having originated the role of Lydia in The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley in 2018. Madeline is a New York-based actor and playwright originally from Santa Rosa, California with a passion for new American plays centering female voices. She has workshopped and performed in new work at The Public Theater, Playwrights Horizons, the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center, The Dramatists Guild, Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, Marin Theatre Company, TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, and San Jose Stage Company. She made her Broadway debut this summer as the playwright’s assistant to Antoinette Nwandu on Pass Over. Madeline has been featured in American Theatre Magazine and is a graduate of the theatre department at the University of Michigan. Her plays include Confirmation (Playwrights Foundation Semi-Finalist, Lila Acheson Wallace American Playwrights Program Semi-Finalist), Fire Season, and You’re Not a Mystery to Me. “Love always to B and my friends and family.”

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  • Alicia M. P. Nelson

    Alicia M. P. Nelson

    Mary Bennet, Margaret O'Brien

    Alicia M. P. Nelson is a San Francisco/Bay Area actor, clown, and arts educator. She is also one of the newly appointed Education Coordinators at MTC, and is a member of the Red Ladder Theatre Company where she works to bring arts to at-risk populations. Regional theatre credits include: The National Women’s Theatre Festival (Othello), TheatreWorks Silicon Valley (FROST/NIXON), WAMTheatre (The Last Wife, The Virgin Trial), SF Playhouse (Dance Nation), Berkeley Repertory Theatre (u/s School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play), Berkeley Playhouse, Ragged Wing Ensemble, Bay Area Children’s Theatre, Word for Word, Town Hall Theatre, and Cutting Ball Theatre. She has a BFA in Acting from Boston University and is a Theatre Bay Area award winner. www.ampnelson.com 

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  • Aidaa Peerzada

    Aidaa Peerzada

    Jane Bingley, Emily Grey

    Aidaa Peerzada is an actor, poet and playwright who grew up between the suburbs of Baltimore, Maryland and Lahore, Pakistan. Regional performance credits include: The Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Illinois Shakespeare Festival, Utah Shakespeare Festival, Steppenwolf Theatre Company, American Players Theatre, Theatre Lila, and Quantum Theatre. She was recently awarded the Theatre Bay Area’s Director’s Residency and is the Artistic Development Director at the San Francisco Bay Area Theatre Company Workshops of her original plays include: One Googol and One (SFBATCO), Grandma Science (The Greenhouse Theatre Solo Lab), Shining (The Ground and Field Theatre Festival at UC Davis), (The New Roots Theatre Festival with SFBATCO). She is a co-author of the original musical Sunflowered (Northern Sky Theatre). Aidaa studied at the Baltimore School for the Arts and went on to receive her BFA in Drama from Carnegie Mellon University.  

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  • Zahan F. Mehta

    Zahan F. Mehta

    Henry Grey

    Zahan F. Mehta is an actor and musician from Mumbai, India. A recent graduate of the American Conservatory Theater’s MFA program, he received his BFA from Northeastern University and has trained at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in the NMTI program. He most recently played the Rebel in For The Record’s The BratPack at Feinstein’s at the Nikko. His roles at A.C.T. include Barnaby in The Matchmaker, Maks in Martyna Majok’s Ironbound, and Isaac Babel in Rajiv Joseph’s Describe the Night. Zahan is also a multi-instrumentalist who plays the guitar, bass, piano, harmonica, and (his first love) the drums.

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  • Daniel Duque-Estrada

    Daniel Duque-Estrada

    Fitzwilliam Darcy (Darcy)

    Daniel Duque-Estrada is thrilled to be back in the Bay and on MTC’s stage for the first time. Other theaters include WP Theater and PlayCo (off-Broadway), as well as two seasons at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, Dallas Theater Center (former Acting Company Member), and Trinity Repertory Company, where he is currently a member of their Acting Company. He holds a BA from UC Berkeley and an MFA from Brown University/Trinity Rep.

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  • Adam Magill

    Thomas O'Brien

Creative Team

  • Lauren Gunderson

    Playwright

    Lauren M. Gunderson has been one of the most produced playwrights in America since 2015 topping the list twice including 2019/20. She is a two-time winner of the Steinberg/ATCA New Play Award for I and You and The Book of Will, the winner of the Lanford Wilson Award and the Otis Guernsey New Voices Award, a finalist for the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize and John Gassner Award for Playwriting, and a recipient of the Mellon Foundation’s Playwright Residency with Marin Theatre Company. She studied Southern Literature and Drama at Emory University, and Dramatic Writing at NYU’s Tisch School where she was a Reynolds Fellow in Social Entrepreneurship. She co-authored the Miss Bennet plays with Margot Melcon, and her play The Half-Life of Marie Curie is available on Audible.com. Her work is published at Playscripts (I and You; Exit Pursued By A Bear; The Taming and Toil And Trouble), Dramatists Play Service (The Revolutionists; The Book of Will; Silent Sky; Bauer, Natural Shocks, The Wickhams and Miss Bennet) and Samuel French (Emilie). Her picture book Dr Wonderful: Blast Off to the Moon is available from Two Lions/Amazon. LaurenGunderson.com

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  • Margot Melcon

    Playwright

    Margot Melcon is a theatre artist, administrator, and writer. She was the director of new play development at Marin Theatre Company for seven years, where she dramaturged over thirty productions, including six world premieres, and administered the company’s two annual new play prizes and commissioning program. Margot has developed plays with TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Bay Area Playwrights Festival, Crowded Fire Theater, Shotgun Players, The Ground Floor at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, The Kennedy Center, The New Harmony Project, and The Playwrights’ Center in Minneapolis. She is currently the program executive for promoting culture at the Zellerbach Family Foundation. Margot is a graduate of California State University, Chico.

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+ Member, United Scenic Artists
^ Member, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers

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