Friday, June 25, 2010
One of the things we love about the craft of theatre is working with a group of people to create something much bigger than oneself. At it's best it can be an act of selflessness, a belief that even though theatre is intangible and transient, it is a means of strong communication. A collective experience that can be shared by many different people and when it's done right this experience can have a lasting positive effect on the larger culture or society. It's going to be very difficult to say goodbye to this production of Woody Guthrie's American Song because it feels like it represents some of the best things that live theatre can offer.
We hope that you can come and join us for the last handful of shows this weekend of June 25-27. There are some rush tickets at $15 (subject to availability) for the final five shows. For more information about tickets please call the Box Office (415.388.5208) at the Marin Theatre Company.