Young Will Shakespeare has writers block. That is, until he finds his muse – Viola. This beautiful young woman is Will’s greatest admirer and will stop at nothing to appear in his next play. In a classic case of mistaken identity and backstage theatrics, Will’s love for Viola quickly blossoms, inspiring him to write his first masterpiece. This charming adaptation of the Academy Award-winning screenplay features live musicians and 13 of the Bay Area’s favorite actors!
Based on the screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard | Adapted for the stage by Lee Hall | Music by Paddy Cunneen
Directed by Jasson Minadakis
November 24 - December 17
Tuesday - Sunday, 7:30pm
Sunday (Preview), November 26, 4pm
Thursday (Perspectives), December 7, 1pm
Saturday, December 2 & 16, 2pm
Sunday, December 3, 10 & 17, 2pm
Tickets $22 - $60
Discounts for seniors, teens, military families, Marin County teachers and groups of 7 or more are available. Contact the Box Office for more details.
Marin Theatre Company | 397 Miller Ave | Mill Valley, CA 94941
MTC ENGAGEMENT EVENTS
- Pre-Show Discussions: Join members of MTC’s artistic staff and cast of the show to discuss the play, playwright and play’s themes on Wednesdays before the 7:30pm performances.
- After Words: Join a member of MTC’s artistic staff (often with one or more members of the cast) for a Q&A talkback after every performance, except Saturday evenings and Opening and Closing Nights.
- Perspectives: The third Thursday of each show is the Perspectives matinee performance which includes a pre-show topical lecture. For Shakespeare in Love, the Perspectives matinee is scheduled for Thursday, December 7, 2017 with the pre-show lecture beginning at 12:30pm, and the performance beginning at 1:00pm.
- MTC After Hours: Following the 7:30pm performance on Saturday, December 9, join members of the audience and cast in the lobby to continue the conversation. Featuring music and drink specials.
- Window on the Work: Join members of MTC’s artistic staff and cast of the show to discuss artistic and production elements of MTC’s production of the play on Thursday, November 14 at the Mill Valley Public Library.