40 Past Theater Productions

Since Marin Academy’s earliest days, the performing arts have been an important part of our co-curricular offerings.  This weekend, the MA theater program brings The Laramie Project to the Performing Arts Center.  This documentary theater piece, written by Moises Kaufman and the Members of the Tectonic Theater Project, is based on the story of Matthew Shepard’s 1998 murder in Laramie, Wyoming.    Purchase tickets for the Friday or Saturday night shows at www.ma.org

Below is a list of some of the theater productions the MA students have offered to the community.  Were you in one of these shows?  Tell us about it in the comments!

1990’s Alice in Wonderland

A Midsummer’s Nights Dream – 2003

Alice in Wonderland – 1990

As You Like It – 2000

Born Guilty – 2012

Chorus Line – 1986

Crucible – 1998

David and Lisa – 1988

Descent into Mayhem – 2011

End of Summer – 1994

Fiddler on the Roof – 1997

Gone Awry – 2011

Guys and Dolls – 1996

Hotel Paridiso – 1987

2011’s Decent into Mayhem

Love’s Labour’s Lost – 1996

The Mouse Trap – 1990

Our Town – 1994

Peer Gynt – 1999

Picnic – 1993

Pride and Prejudice – 1989, 1997

The Shadow Box – 1981

Sister Mary – 1993

Spirit Tracks – 1999

Spring Awakening – 2000

Stage Door – 1984, 1992, 1998

The Caucasian Chalk Circle – 1987, 1995

The Cradle will Rock – 2010

The Importance of Being Earnest – 1992

1998’s Skin of our Teeth

The Love of Three Oranges – 2002

The Madwoman of Chaillot – 1986, 1995

The Odyssey – 2004

The Skin of our Teeth – 1985

The Visit – 1991

Time Out of Mind – 2008

Twelfth Night – 2009

Vanities – 1991

The 2012-2013 school year marks 40 years of education at Marin Academy.  Throughout the year we will be commemorating this anniversary with on-campus events for students, special publications (including this on-going series of “lists of 40”), and a community celebration at Bimbo’s in San Francisco on April 20 (Save the date!).

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