When Penelope is approached about joining a group of women making harassment allegations against her former boss, she finds herself at an uncomfortable crossroads—the man accused was a former lover and remains a dear friend. As the women’s stories unfold, Penelope questions what happened to her, what she enabled, and her very identity. Love examines what accountability looks like when an abuser of power is one of our favorite men, and poses a radical question: Can we place love at the center of these reckonings?

"I wrote this play because there is a conversation around sex and power that I believe people want to have that we're not having, not in public anyway. Do we want dark truth to come to light? Yes. Do we want justice for abuses? Yes. Do we want to acknowledge and correct the exploits of patriarchy? Absolutely. AND we also want to delve into the relationships where this reckoning is complicated, murky, and colored by, among other things, love. I believe love belongs at the center of these reckonings, right next to justice and truth." — Kate Cortesi

Special effects advisories: TBD

MTC provides advisories for each production regarding special effects that may affect patron health and physical sensitivities as necessary. MTC does not provide advisories relating to content, because content sensitivities vary from patron to patron. If you have questions about content, please contact the box office prior to purchasing your tickets as we do not offer refunds to patrons who choose not to see a show based on subject matter. 

Generous season and program support for Love provided by The Shubert Foundation, William & Flora Hewlett Foundation, The Harold & Mimi Steinberg Charitable Trust, The Tournesol Workshop Initiative - The Barth Foundation, and Relevant Wealth Advisors.

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Performance Schedule

Press Opening Night 
Tuesday, Mar 10, 7:30pm.  
Opening nights are not available for sale online. 
Seating is extremely limited.   

Questions? Please contact the Box Office directly: 
(415) 388-5208 | boxoffice@marintheatre.org 

Evenings
Tue - Sat 7:30pm   
Sunday Mar 15, 7:30pm

Matinees 
Sunday (Preview) Mar 7, 4pm     
Thursday (Perspectives) Mar 26, 1pm     
Saturdays, Mar 14, 21 & 28, 2pm     
Sundays Mar 15, 22 & 29, 2pm


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Ticket Prices

Performance Center
seating
Side
seating
Performance Center seating Side seating
Previews $39 $39
Sat Eve & Weekend Matinees $60 $55
Tue*, Wed, Thu, Fri & Sun Eve $52 $47
Perspectives Matinee $52 $47
Best Deal (see info below) $25 $25

PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE. 

Phone & online orders subject to a $6 fee per order.

Tickets are subject to resale starting 5 minutes before curtain. Late seating is based on available seats.

Disabled seating is currently only available through the MTC Box Office (415.388.5208 or in person). We apologize for any inconvenience.

Discounts

  • BEST DEAL: $25 tickets in select seats available for all performances beginning one week before opening night. Available online. Questions? Call the box office at 415-388-5208
  • GROUPS: Bring eight or more people to receive a $7 discount on tickets. The group discount is automatically applied online. Questions? Call the box office at 415-388-5208.
  • SENIORS (65+): $4 off single tickets to all performances, available online.
  • UNDER 35: $25, all performances, available online.
  • TEENS: $10 tickets, all performances, available online.
  • EDUCATOR: $12 tickets, all performances (limit 2). Must teach at a Marin County School. Call the box office to reserve at (415) 388-5208.
  • MILITARY: $6 off all performances. Thank you for your service! Please call the box office to reserve at (415) 388-5208.

Promo Codes distributed for online redemption subject to availability. Only ONE (1) Promo Code will be valid per order.       Promo Codes do not apply to Best Deal ($25) tickets.  Promo Codes do not apply to already discounted tickets (including Senior, Under 35, Teen, and Best Deal).


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MTC Engaged Special Events

WINDOW ON THE WORK

WINDOW ON THE WORK

Thurs., Feb 27 | 7:00 PM

Window on the Work series focuses on our production; design, casting and rehearsal process. Mill Valley Public Library, 375 Throckmorton Avenue, Mill Valley.

AFTER WORDS

AFTER WORDS

Post-Show

Post-show question and answer sessions, led by a member of our artistic staff, immediately following most performances (except on Opening and Closing Nights and Saturdays).

WEDNESDAY PRE-SHOW TALK

WEDNESDAY PRE-SHOW TALK

Every Wednesday | 7:10 PM

Join us in the theatre—with a beverage!—for a pre-show talk with a member of our artistic staff prior to every Wednesday evening performance.

PERSPECTIVES MATINEE

PERSPECTIVES MATINEE

Thurs., Mar 26 | 12:00 PM

Topical lecture one hour prior to the 1:00 PM open-captioned performance.

Wednesday Influencers Networking Event

Wednesday Influencers Networking Event

Wed Mar 11 | 6:45pm

#beaninfluencer and join us pre-show for a glass (or two) of W.I.N.E. + snax at our Wednesday Influencers Networking Event for Love! See the best new theatre in the Bay without breaking the bank, and mingle with other top-fan theatre-goers. Get access to the pre-show reception + your ticket to the show for only $10 using promo code: INFLUENCER

PLUS: if you post about your experience after the show and tag MTC, we’ll give you a complimentary ticket voucher to come back and see the show again, or to bring a friend with you to the next show!

#winewednesdays #theatreinfluencers #goseeaplay

Cast

Creative Team

  • Kate Cortesi

    Kate Cortesi

    Playwright

    Kate Cortesi is a Brooklyn and Boston-based playwright from Washington, D.C. Her plays include One More Less (2017 Relentless Award Finalist, 2017 O'Neill Conference Finalist, 2016 NYFA-award-winning submission, Playwrights Horizons New Works Lab directed by Robert O'Hara), A Patron of the Arts (2018 Cherry Lane Theatre Mentor Project, directed by Mike Donahue; South Coast Rep 2016 New SCRipts Series; 2018 BAPF finalist), Great Kills (2014-2015 Princess Grace Award-winning submission, 2016 Kilroy's List, Premiere Stages 2015 New Play Festival), Is Edward Snowden Single? (2018 Dorset Theatre Festival, 2017 Colt Coeur Play Hotel), and LOVE (Parity Play Fest 2019, Marin Theatre Company, 2020). Her work has been developed or produced at Playwrights Horizons, Cherry Lane Theatre, South Coast Rep, WP Theatre, Marin Theatre Company, Colt Coeur, Primary Stages, the Dorset Theatre Festival, Ensemble Studio Theatre, Jackelope Theatre, terraNOVA Collective, The Lark, New Dramatists, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and KIT Italia in Rome. Kate is a proud resident of New Dramatist. She is writing a commission for South Coast Rep and another one for young people at Keen Theater Company. A short film she wrote and directed, LAZARUS, screened at film festivals around the country. She teaches writing at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, Riker’s Island, and lots of places in between. katecortesi.com

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  • Mike Donahue

    Director

  • Goñi Montes

    Goñi Montes

    Graphic Illustrator (promotional artwork)

    Goñi was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, got a BA from the UPR at Mayagüez, and an MFA from SCAD Atlanta. I began working as a scientific illustrator for the Puerto Rico Sea Grant. Now I mostly do editorial illustrations & comics with some fantasy here and there.

    Adobe // Adweek // American Way // Architectural Review // Arena Stage // BOOM! Studios // Canadian Business Magazine // Chicago Tribune // Draft FCB // Dwell // Entertainment Weekly // ESPN // Euroman // Field & Stream // Golf Magazine // Guideposts // Guitar World // Intel // Label Mag // Ladies’ Home Journal // Leo Burnett // Lighthouse Catholic Media // Macmillan // McDonald’s // The New Republic // The New York Times // The New Yorker // Oz Magazine // Pearson Education // Playboy // Puerto Rico Sea Grant // Rolling Stone // San Francisco Magazine // San Francisco Chronicle // Simon & Schuster // Scientific American // Skiing Magazine // Society of Illustrators LA // Spin Master // Tor.com // The Village Voice // The Wall Street Journal // The Washington Post // Wired // Wizards of the Coast // The Work Style Magazine // Young & Rubicam

    http://www.goniart.com

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* Denotes member of Actors Equity Association
+ Member, United Scenic Artists
^ Member, Society of Stage Directors and Choreographers

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