More showers, wind and cold weather are with us through tonight, so here’s a great place to go to ride out part of this storm. The Marin Theatre Company in Mill Valley has a terrific production of Libby Appel’s translation of Anton Chekhov’s last play, Seagull. It’s classic Chekhov – love, desire, betrayal.
There are two shows today, the matinee at 2:00 and the evening show at 7:00. Only a few tickets are still available for the matinee, but there are a number of good ones left for tonight. And, if you can’t get there today, the run has been extended a week, through the 27th. (Click here to buy tickets.)
The play is in the larger of the MTC’s theatres, the Boyer Theatre, which seats just 231. There really aren’t any bad seats in the house.
After this play, there are two left in the season, with the next being a comedy, Fuddy Meers, running from March 31-April 24, and the final production is Edward Albee’s Tiny Alice, from June 2 – 26.
Where: 397 Miller Ave.
Mill Valley California, 94941 (map)
Ticket Prices: Vary by time, age group, and seating location