Weekend Performances (including Friday evenings)

$345

Weeknight Performances (including Sunday evenings)

$295

Six Plays for the Price of Five!
 

FUN HOME

Music by Jeanine Tesori
Book & Lyrics by Lisa Kron
Based on the graphic novel by Alison Bechdel
Directed by Robert Kelley

Winner of every New York Best Musical award of 2015, this tragicomic tale is told with enormous emotion and sensitivity, its haunting yet amusing score illuminating one of the most extraordinary and original musicals of our time.

Oct 3—28, 2018
Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

 

TUCK EVERLASTING

Book by Claudia Shear & Tim Federle
Music by Chris Miller
Lyrics by Nathan Tysen
Based on the novel Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt
Directed by Robert Kelley

An enchanting bestseller springs to life in this 1890s tale of Winnie Foster, a free-spirited girl whose search for adventure leads her to the Tucks, a close-knit family that has discovered the secret to everlasting life.

Nov 28—Dec 30, 2018
Lucie Stern Theatre, Palo Alto

 

FROST/NIXON

By Peter Morgan
Directed by Leslie Martinson

Richard Nixon has resigned. David Frost has been canceled. The cameras roll, the truth spins, and it becomes clear that he who controls the medium controls the message.

Jan 16—Feb 10, 2019
Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

 

MARIE AND ROSETTA

By George Brant
Directed by Robert Kelley

Don’t miss this roof-raising musical hit from our New Works Festival, the saga of a woman who inspired Elvis, Ray Charles, and more on her way to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

March 6—31, 2019
Lucie Stern Theatre, Palo Alto

 

HERSHEY FELDER: A PARIS LOVE STORY

Featuring the music of Claude Debussy
Written and Performed by Hershey Felder
Directed by Trevor Hay

Virtuoso Hershey Felder takes us on his own personal journey as he explores the life and music of Impressionist composer Claude Debussy.

April 3—28, 2019
Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

 

ARCHDUKE

By Rajiv Joseph
Directed by Giovanna Sardelli

Can one man, one moment, derail a century? Pulitzer Prize finalist Rajiv Joseph explores the present by focusing on the past: the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand in Sarajevo, 1914.

June 5—30, 2019
Mountain View Center for the Performing Arts

 

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