Isabelle Arc is a sensible, hard-working, God-fearing woman. Her headstrong daughter, on the other hand, communes with Saint Catherine, dons men’s clothing and prepares to lead the French army into battle. Motherhood in the fifteenth century is not easy. In her riveting new play, Jane Anderson reimagines Joan of Arc’s epic tale through the eyes of her mother. Isabelle follows the baffling journey of her odd and extraordinary daughter with a mother’s loving persistence—facing her own fears and upended faith along the way.

"Marin is where my heart is, it’s where I go to soothe my soul. I’m so glad that this very raw and personal piece of me is getting a home on the MTC stage.” — Jane Anderson

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 Mother of the Maid provided by The Shubert Foundation, William & Flora Hewlett Foundation, and Relevant Wealth Advisors.

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Performance Schedule


Press Opening Night 
Tuesday, Nov 19, 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 Nov 24, 7:30pm

Matinees 
Sunday (Preview) Nov 17, 4pm     
Thursday (Perspectives) Dec 5, 1pm     
Saturdays, Nov 23 & 30, Dec 7, 2pm     
Sundays Oct 24, Nov 1 & 8, 2pm


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Ticket Prices

Performance Center
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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., Nov 5 | 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 Influencers Networking Event

Wednesday Influencers Networking Event

Wednesday, November 20 | 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 Mother of the Maid! 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

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., Dec 5 | 12:00 PM

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

Cast

  • Scott Coopwood*

    Scott Coopwood*

    Jacques Arc

    Scott Coopwood Regional favorites include: The title roles in Hamlet, MacBeth, Cymbeline, King John, Edward III and Cyrano De Bergerac, Iago in Othello, Edmund in King Lear, Angelo in Measure for Measure, Carl in Lonely Planet, Charlie in The Scene, Kippy in Take Me Out, Shylock in The Merchant Of Venice, Jacques in As You Like It, Trigorin in The Seagull, Benedick, Don John, and Dogberry in Much Ado About Nothing, Petruchio in The Taming Of The Shrew, Brutus in Julius Caesar, Harry Brock in Born Yesterday, Brennan in Frost/Nixon, Edward in Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, Johan in Groundswell and Apis in Archduke. Regional Theatres include: Arkansas Rep., Artists Rep., Capital Rep., San Jose Rep., Center Rep., Berkeley Rep., Capital Stage, The Utah, Colorado, Orlando and Lake Tahoe Shakespeare Festivals, Arizona Theatre Co., Sacramento Theater Co., Marin Theatre Co., Portland Center Stage.,Theatreworks.,The Seattle and Marin Shakespeare Companies, Profile Theatre Project, Shotgun Players, San Francisco Playhouse, and Jewel Theatre Co., as well as work with the Toronto, Windsor, and Oregon Symphony Orchestra’s. 

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  • Sherman Fracher*

    Sherman Fracher*

    Isabelle Arc

    Sherman is always grateful to return to Mill Valley and Marin Theatre Company. She was most recently seen in August: Osage County,and also appeared in Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie.  Regional Theatre:Actors Theatre of Louisville (A Christmas Carol, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime),Cincinnati Shakespeare Company (Much Ado About Nothing, Hamlet, Lion in Winter, The Seagull, A Streetcar Named Desire), The Human Race Theatre Company (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, Other Desert Cities), Actors’ Express (Bug) Athens West Theatre Company (Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?), and Georgia Shakespeare (Macbeth, A Christmas Story).  Sherman lives on a small farm in Kentucky with her husband, director Drew Fracher. 

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  • Rosie Hallett*

    Rosie Hallett*

    Joan of Arc

    Rosie Hallett is delighted to be returning home to Marin Theatre Company, where she has appeared in peerless, Native Son, Thomas and Sally, and The Way West. Other recent credits include Top Girls and Men on Boats (American Conservatory Theatre), Red Speedo (Center Repertory Company), The Country House (TheatreWorks), and numerous productions and tours to France with Word for Word Performing Arts Company, where she is an Associate Artist. She has participated in new works development at MTC, ACT, Berkeley Rep, Classic Stage Company, TheatreWorks, Ojai Playwrights Conference, and others. Hallett earned degrees in Drama and English from Stanford University. rosiehallett.com

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  • Brennan Pickman-Thoon*

    Brennan Pickman-Thoon*

    Pierre

    Brennan Pickman-Thoon is thrilled make his Marin Theater Company debut! Born and raised in San Rafael, he was lucky enough to train and attend classes here at MTC. Recent roles include Tennessee Williams in The Gentleman Caller at New Conservatory Theatre Center, and Claudio in Measure For Measure at Marin Shakespeare Company. Other Bay Area credits include Timon of Athens and Phèdre (Cutting Ball Theater), Metamorphoses and The Good Book (Berkeley Repertory Theatre, u/s), Julius Caesar and The Winter's Tale (California Shakespeare Theater). Award nominations: Performer in a Principal Role (Theater Bay Area), Performer in a Featured Role (SFBATCC). Brennan received a BFA from NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and trained at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. For more, visit brennanpickmanthoon.com!

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  • Robert Sicular*

    Robert Sicular*

    Father Gilbert

    Robert is delighted to return to the Marin Theater Company where he was previously seen in Arms and the Man, The Seafarer, Magic Forest Farm, Fetch Clay Make Man, August: Osage County, Thomas and Sally, and Shakespeare in Love. Other theater credits include ACT, Berkeley Rep, Word for Word, TheatreWorks, San Jose Rep, San Jose Stage, Center REP, the San Francisco Shakespeare Festival, the California/Berkeley Shakespeare Festival, South Coast, Seattle and Saint Louis Repertory Theatres, the Denver Center Theatre Company, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Sacramento Theatre Company; the Colorado, Lake Tahoe, Santa Fe Shakespeare Festivals, the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, DC, and for eight years, the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in Ashland. Screen credits include the Sci-Fi comedy thriller, Never Die Twice; the Bollywood potboiler, Dil Pardesi Ho Gaya; and the role of “Dad” in Josh Kornbluth’s Love and Taxes. Robert attended the University of California at Berkeley and the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art. www.robertsicular.com

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  • Liz Sklar*

    Liz Sklar*

    Lady of the Court

    Liz Sklar is thrilled to be back at Marin Theater Company where she last played Sofie in Wink. Recently she was seen at A.C.T. in Men on Boats as Major Powell. Other bay area credits include Annie in The Real Thing at Aurora Theatre Company, Desdemona in Othello at CalShakes, Trouble Cometh and Becky Shaw at San Francisco Playhouse, Care of Trees at Shotgun Players and The WolvesAnne Boleyn, The Whale, Failure: A Love Story, Lasso of TruthOthello, Seagull and Bellwether all at Marin Theater Company. Sklar holds a B.A. in Theater Arts from Brown University and an M.F.A. in Acting from A.C.T.

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Creative Team

  • ​Jane Anderson

    ​Jane Anderson

    Playwright

    Jane Anderson is an Emmy award-winning writer and director for theater, film and television. Plays include: The Baby Dance, Defying Gravity, Looking for Normal, The Quality of Life,The Escort, Lynette at 3AM, Food & Shelter and The Last Time We Saw Her.

    Her plays have been produced Off-Broadway and in theaters around the country, including ACT, Arena Stage, Actors Theater of Louisville, Williamstown, Shakespeare & Company, The McCarter Theater, Long Wharf, Geffen Playhouse, and the Pasadena Playhouse. Her latest play, Mother of the Maid, premiered at the Public Theater in 2018 and starred Glenn Close.

    Screenwriting credits: The Wife, starring Glenn Close, How to Make An American Quilt, It Could Happen to Youand The Prizewinner of Defiance, Ohio, starring Julianne Moore & Woody Harrelson, which she also directed. Documentary film: Packed in a Trunk: The Lost Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson, featured on HBO.

    Television writing credits: HBO’s Olive Kitteridge, starring Frances McDormand for which she received an Emmy Award for best teleplay and limited series, a Writers Guild Awardfor best teleplay and nominated for the Golden Globe for best limited series.  She wrote HBO’s The Positively True Adventures of the Alleged Texas Cheerleader Murdering Mom, for which she received an EmmyPenn Award and Writers Guild Award for best teleplay. She wrote and directed The Baby Dance for Showtime which she adapted from her play and received the Peabody Award as well as Golden Globe and Emmy nominations. She wrote and directed Normal for HBO (starring Jessica Lang & Tom Wilkinson) adapted from her play Looking for Normal which received EmmyGolden Globe and Directors’ Guild and Writers’ Guild nominations for best writing and directing.  She wrote and directed When Billie Beat Bobby starring Holly Hunter and Ron Silver.  And wrote and directed the first segment of HBO’s If These Walls Could Talk II which starred Vanessa Redgrave for which she received an Emmy nomination for best teleplay. 

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  • Jasson Minadakis

    Jasson Minadakis

    Director

    Jasson Minadakis is in his 14th season as artistic director of Marin Theatre Company, where he has directed OsloShakespeare In LoveThomas and SallyGuards at the TajAugust: Osage CountyThe Invisible HandAnne BoleynThe ConvertThe WhaleFailure: A Love Story, the world premiere of Lasso of TruthThe Whipping Man (San Francisco Bay Area Critics Circle Awards for Best Production and Best Acting Ensemble), Waiting for GodotOthello: the Moor of VeniceThe Glass Menagerie, Edward Albee’s Tiny Alice, the world premiere of Libby Appel’s adaptation of Chekhov’s SeagullHappy Now?Equivocation(SFBATCC Award, Best Director), the world premiere of SunlightLydiaThe SeafarerFrankie and Johnny in the Clair de LuneA Streetcar Named Desiresaid SaïdLove Song, and The Subject Tonight is Love. As artistic director of Actor’s Express Theatre Company, he directed The PillowmanBug; The Love Song of J. Robert Oppenheimer; Echoes of Another Man;Killer Joe; Burn This; The Goat or, Who is Sylvia?Blue/Orange; and Bel Canto. As producing artistic director of Cincinnati Shakespeare Festival, he directed Jesus Hopped the ’A’ TrainChagrin Falls (2002 Cincinnati Entertainment Award for Best Production), and numerous others, including 19 productions of Shakespeare. Regional credits include The Whipping Man at Virginia Stage Company, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof and Hamlet at Georgia Shakespeare, Copenhagen at Playhouse on the Square (2003 Ostrander Theatre Award for Best Dramatic Production), and Bedroom Farce at Wayside Theatre.

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  • Sean Fanning+

    Scenic Designer

  • Sarah Smith

    Costume Designer

  • Sean McStravick*

    Sean McStravick*

    Stage Manager

    Sean McStravick is delighted to return home to MTC where they were last seen cheering on The Wolves from the booth. Currently based out of Chicago, Sean has been a member of the Stage Management team on over one hundred productions (21 here at MTC,) at companies including: Northbrook Theatre, Theater Wit, Porchlight Music Theatre, Music Theater Works, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, the Reduced Shakespeare Company, North Coast Repertory Theatre, R.H. Orman Inc., Shotgun Players, and the Willows Theatre Company. They are a proud member of Actors' Equity Association.

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  • 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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  • Laura A. Brueckner

    Laura A. Brueckner

    Lliterary Manager & Resident Dramaturg

    Laura A. Brueckner has been supporting productions and playwrights with her dramaturgical work for over 20 years, with an emphasis on digital dramaturgy, world premieres, and commissions. During this time, she has been proud to count among her collaborators artists such as Marin Theatre Company’s playwright in residence, Lauren Gunderson; Christopher Chen; Frances Ya-Chu Cowhig; Mina Morita; Marissa Wolf; Idris Goodwin; Lachlan Philpott; and Dominique Serrand, as well as groundbreaking companies Berkeley Repertory Theatre, Crowded Fire Theater, The New Harmony Project, Playwrights Foundation, and, now, MTC. As an artist, she is committed to theatre as a path of social action, critical inquiry, discovery, and delight. Her journalistic writing on artistic process and audience engagement has been published by HowlRound and Theatre Bay Area; her dramaturgical writing has been published by Berkeley Rep, California Shakespeare Theater, and Crowded Fire. A member of Literary Managers and Dramaturgs of the Americas, she holds a B.A. in English Dramatic Literature (magna cum laude) from U.C. Berkeley and a Ph.D. in Dramaturgy from U.C. San Diego.

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  • Trevor Scott Floyd

    Trevor Scott Floyd

    Artistic Producer

    Trevor Scott Floyd (he/him/his) started as an Artistic Direction intern with MTC in 2015 and, prior to his current role as Artistic Producer, spent two seasons as Director of Ticketing, Artistic Associate, and Company Manager. As Artistic Producer, Trevor serves as MTC's local Casting Director. Originally from the beaches of South Carolina, he graduated with a dual major in Theatre and Political Science from Clemson University before trading in the Palmetto trees for the Redwoods. In addition to his role at MTC he is a freelance director and writer. You can read his latest work on the New Play Exchange.

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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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