Join us for this fast-paced, stormy tale of two young lovers caught up in a timeless drama of feuding families!
Rage, passion, and lots of sword fighting fill the tiny studio theatre stage, making you feel like you’re a part of the story!
Shakespeare‘s most popular romantic tragedy asks “To what lengths would you go to for love??”
Directed by James Dunn, co-directed by David Abrams.
Nicholas Schwager as Romeo and Claire Champommier as Juliet
Photograph by Robin Jackson
Performances are in the Studio Theatre located in the College of Marin Performing Arts building on the corner of Sir Francis Drake Blvd., and Laurel Avenue in Kentfield. Campus map (PA building in upper right)
$20 – General
$15 – Seniors
$10 – COM students, employees, alumni, retirees, and youth
Please reserve your tickets early, seats are limited. Call our box office or purchase online (“Tickets” above).
Phone: (415) 485-9385
Additional time info:
Pay What You Will Performance: Friday, May 4, 2018 at 7:30 pm
Fri/Sat, May 5, 11, 12, 18, 19 — 7:30 pm
Sun, May 6, 13**, 20 — 2:00 pm
** There will be a talkback with the director, co-director, and cast of the production following this performance.
Get your tickets early as seating is limited.