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2019–20 full season announced! Subscribe today and enjoy maximum flexibility, great savings, and exclusive perks!

We’ve got a new Rep in town!
Join us for Johanna Pfaelzer’s inaugural season

“I am thrilled to bring this eclectic group of artists to the Bay Area for my first season at Berkeley Rep. In putting together this season, it is important to me that the works have the sweeping theatricality and wide range of voices that Berkeley Rep is known for. I want to include artists who think of our Theatre as their creative home, as well as to introduce new storytellers to our audience. These shows bring together artists whose voices will be fantastic discoveries for Bay Area theatregoers, like the brilliant and hilarious Jocelyn Bioh, and Francis Turnly, whose work will be seen in the U.S. for the first time with The Great Wave, alongside renowned artists including John Logan, Michael Mayer, The Avett Brothers, and the mad genius of Culture Clash. I can’t wait to begin the conversations with our audience that these artists and their work will launch.”—Incoming Artistic Director Johanna Pfaelzer

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A note on Main Season vs. Limited Season

Main Season shows have longer runs and are included in our 5-play Main Season and 7-play Full Season packages. Limited Season shows have shorter runs and are included in the 7-play Full Season package.

The Great Wave

By Francis Turnly
Directed by Mark Wing-Davey
American premiere
Main Season · Roda Theatre
September 12–October 27, 2019

An epic new thriller

“And so I’ll live in hope. However long. Until I know for sure. Until I know.”

In a Japanese coastal town in 1979, teenage sisters Hanako and Reiko run onto the beach during a tremendous storm on a dare. Hanako is tragically swept out to sea, while Reiko survives—but recalls seeing three mysterious men on the shoreline. The authorities determine that Hanako has drowned, but her mother insists that her missing daughter is still alive.

Spanning over 20 years and the two vastly different countries of Japan and North Korea, The Great Wave is at once a riveting geopolitical thriller and a powerful story of the unshakable bonds between a mother, a daughter, and a sister who refuse to give up hope.

“Timely. Gripping. A fascinating story.”—Guardian (UK)

“Will bowl you over. A deeply emotional story.”—The Times (London)

From Johanna

“Berkeley Rep has long been championing playwrights like Francis Turnly who offer us access to stories and worlds that aren’t often explored onstage. The Great Wave uncovers a compelling story of international intrigue told through an intensely personal lens. Seeing it is like experiencing a propulsive page-turner, which I find rare in the theatre.”

White Noise

By Suzan-Lori Parks
West Coast premiere
Main Season · Peet’s Theatre
September 26–November 10, 2019

An uncompromising new drama

“Racism is a virus. And we’ve all got it. Ok, some more than others, ok. The workings of the virus are getting more complicated and the rewards are getting more sophisticated.”

Leo, Dawn, Ralph, and Misha are old friends. The two 30-something couples are educated, progressive, and cosmopolitan. But when a racially motivated incident with the police leaves Leo shaken, he makes a radical proposition to Ralph that forever alters the relationship between these four friends—and their view of the world.

Brave, intelligent, and eviscerating, White Noise by Pulitzer Prize winner Suzan-Lori Parks is one of the most talked about new plays tackling our rapidly unraveling social contract. We’re proud to be the only regional theatre outside New York to present White Noise this year.

“Uncompromising…complex…ravishing…enthrallingly thought-provoking”—New York Times

“Radical…brilliant…eviscerating”—New York Magazine

From Johanna

“When I saw the world premiere of White Noise at The Public Theater this winter, I knew before the intermission that I wanted to bring it to Berkeley Rep. It is poetic, challenging, timely, and sure to provoke the kinds of conversations that theatre is uniquely poised to enable, and that Berkeley Rep audiences do better than anyone!”

Becky Nurse of Salem

By Sarah Ruhl
World premiere
Main Season · Peet’s Theatre
December 12, 2019–January 26, 2020

A world premiere by one of Berkeley Rep’s beloved playwrights

“Once upon a time people thought the devil explained everything. Then a hundred years later they thought sex explained everything. And now? They think statistics explain everything. Numbers. But numbers don’t explain anything. Numbers didn’t explain the election, did they? Sorry, I didn’t mean to bring that up.”

Out of work and out of love, Becky Nurse is an ordinary but strong-willed grandmother just trying to get by in post-Obama America. She’s also the great-great-great-great-great-granddaughter of Rebecca Nurse, who was infamously executed for witchcraft in 1692—but things have changed for women since then, haven’t they? Desperate to raise her troubled teenaged granddaughter right, and also hook up with an old flame, Becky visits a local witch for help. But those spells and potions don’t work out exactly as planned.

The latest play from Tony-nominated Sarah Ruhl, Becky Nurse of Salem speaks to the trials and triumphs of women today—and is also a comedic, warmhearted story about trying to do the right thing in a chaotic world.

From Johanna

“I remember seeing Sarah Ruhl’s Eurydice in its West Coast premiere at Berkeley Rep and being blown away by the sheer scale of Sarah’s theatrical imagination. Sarah has an uncanny ability to radically shift our relationship to a story we think we know—whether a Greek myth or a specific moment in American history—that allows us to experience these narratives in a totally fresh way. I’m so proud that her newest play, full of lust and witches and Sarah’s signature heartbreaking humor, will be part of our season.”

Culture Clash (Still) in America

Written and performed by Culture Clash
Richard Montoya, Ricardo Salinas, and Herbert Siguenza
Directed by Lisa Peterson
Main Season · Peet’s Theatre
February 20–April 5, 2020

Irreverent, thought-provoking social satire

“I walk from the detention center where they take my daughter to the sector here, I ask the ICE officer when I arrive if they have the organic kambuche but he say NO!”

The missionaries of mayhem are back with their unique, badass brand of Chicano satire! Born here in the Bay and Los Angeles-based, Culture Clash first brought their dangerous and subversive version of documentary theatre to Berkeley audiences with Culture Clash in AmeriCCa, gleefully skewering American culture through the lens of the Latino experience.

In this powerful, pointed, and downright hilarious update they turn their razor-sharp wit to everything from pussy hats to MAGA caps, laying down outrageous, biting, and thought-provoking monologues and sketch comedy about the immigrant experience in America right now.

“Culture Clash mines for laughs and, this time, something that cuts a lot deeper.”—Los Angeles Times

“The group’s mission of aiming caustic satire where cultural sanctimony resides certainly feels like a requirement in today’s social climate.”—Orange County Register

From Johanna

“This is a piece Culture Clash initiated here years ago, and being the artists and the citizens that they are, they’ve continued to revise it as the world has spun into madness around them. Bringing these guys back is going to be a real treat for all of us.”

School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play

By Jocelyn Bioh
Directed by Awoye Timpo
Main Season · Roda Theatre
March 19–May 3, 2020

An infectious comedy with teeth

“Modeling. That’s the plan after I graduate you know. Become the next Iman. College is cute, but I’m thinking about my future realistically.”

Paulina, the reigning queen bee at Ghana’s most exclusive boarding school, has her sights set on the Miss Universe pageant and the glamorous life that’s sure to follow. But her plans and even her very reputation are shaken up when Ericka, a new student who’s strikingly beautiful and talented, captures the attention of the pageant recruiter—and Paulina’s hive-minded friends.

Winner of the 2018 Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Play and the Outer Critics Circle John Gassner Award, School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play is a biting comedy that tackles the universal issues of beauty and self-worth that face teenage girls across the globe.

“The nasty-teen comedy genre emerges wonderfully refreshed in a world it never considered.”—New York Times

“Ferociously entertaining and as heartwarming as it is hilarious. Engaging from first minute to last…(even the title is fun.)”—The Hollywood Reporter

From Johanna

“Part of Jocelyn’s brilliance is the incisive way she uses humor in all her work. The foibles of these girls will feel deeply familiar to you. She’s also managed to create something that’s very culturally sensitive, really politically aware and astute, while also making it wildly entertaining.”

Happy Days

By Samuel Beckett
Directed by James Bundy
With Dianne Wiest
Limited Season · Roda Theatre
May 26–July 5, 2020

Academy Award® winner Dianne Wiest in one of theatre’s most extraordinary roles

“Ah well what a joy in any case to know you are there, as usual, and perhaps awake, and perhaps taking all this in, some of all this, what a happy day for me…it will have been. So far.”

Academy Award® winner Dianne Wiest plays Winnie in Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece Happy Days. With her husband Willie (Michael Rudko) increasingly out of reach and the earth itself threatening to swallow her whole, Winnie’s buoyant optimism shields her from the harsh glare of the inevitable in this absurdly funny and boundlessly compassionate portrait of the human spirit. The New York Times declares Wiest is “extraordinary,” capturing both the humor and the heartbreak of one of Beckett’s most popular plays in this stunning Yale Repertory Theatre production.

“Beautiful…an affecting revival…Dianne Wiest is wonderful!”—Time Out New York

“Any actress undertaking this challenging role deserves a medal for valor, and Ms. Wiest’s entrancingly funny, ultimately harrowing performance certainly deserves one.”—New York Times

From Johanna

“In meeting Berkeley Rep subscribers and community members over the last several months, I heard how important classic theatrical literature is to our audience. Dianne Wiest’s performance is truly inimitable, and I am so proud that the coming season will include Beckett’s transcendent play in the hands of one of the great actresses of our time.”

Swept Away

Book by John Logan
Music and lyrics by The Avett Brothers
Music arrangements and orchestrations by Chris Miller and Brian Usifer
Directed by Michael Mayer
World premiere
Limited Season · Peet’s Theatre
June 14–July 26, 2020

A haunting musical tale of the sea, sacrifice, and salvation

“What do you do when you’re so lost even God can’t see you?”

Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer (Spring Awakening, Hedwig and the Angry Inch) blew the roof off Berkeley Rep in 2009 with Green Day’s American Idiot. Now he returns with a captivating world premiere musical, this time featuring a book by Tony Award-winning stage and screen writer John Logan (Red, Broadway’s Moulin Rouge!, Skyfall, Gladiator), and music and lyrics by “America’s biggest roots band” (Rolling Stone) and multiple Grammy Award nominee The Avett Brothers.

1888, off the coast of New Bedford, MA. When a violent storm sinks their whaling ship, the four surviving souls—a young man in search of adventure, his older brother who has sworn to protect him, a captain at the end of a long career at sea, and a worldly first mate who has fallen from grace—each face a reckoning: How far will I go to stay alive? And can I live with the consequences?

Produced by special arrangement with Matthew Masten and Sean Hudock.

From Johanna

“Michael Mayer is always a first call for me when I’m planning a season. He’s got such a genius for bringing contemporary songwriters into the theatre, and the result is always something innovative and surprising. I’ve watched this piece develop and can’t wait to share it with you.”

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Plus, subscribers get first access to special events

2019–20 season subscribers will have first access to the Berkeley Rep debut of the stunning theatrical ensemble Elevator Repair Service with its astonishing tour de force, Gatz, a word-for-word performance of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s masterpiece, The Great Gatsby. The winner of two Lucille Lortel Awards, three Elliott Norton Awards, and an Obie Award, Gatz has enthralled audiences around the globe, from New York to Lisbon and Los Angeles to Abu Dhabi. Performance details and schedule will be announced at a later date.

Please note this is a special event and is not automatically part of your 2019–20 season package. We will let you know when tickets are available for purchase.

Join us in 2019–20

5-play Main Season and 7-play Full Season

3+ play choose-your-own season

Just want to see one or two shows?

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  • Discounts on the purchase of additional single tickets for your guests. Plus, you pay no service charges. And you can exchange these tickets as needed.
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  • Docent presentations 55 minutes before every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday evening and Sunday matinee performance during each show’s regular run. Post-show docent-led discussions follow all matinees.
  • Actor Q & A’s after select performances.

Get the best deals and the most perks

When you subscribe to our 5-play Main Season or 7-play Full Season subscription packages, you demonstrate your support for our diverse programming and make it possible for us to continue to bring you powerful stories by incredible artists.

You’ll enjoy

  • The best tickets prices: Save the most over single ticket prices as a “thank you” for your support.
  • The best seats: Access to premium seats (subject to availability, of course) and guaranteed priority seating before the general public and choose-your-own subscribers.
  • The most consistent experience: The same seats for every Main Season show in each theatre—which you can keep from year to year.
  • And all the other advantages of being a subscriber.

5-play Main Season

See the longer-running shows Johanna has selected for her first season.

Your package includes

  • The Great Wave, White Noise, Becky Nurse of Salem, Culture Clash (Still) in America, and School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play.

7-play Full Season

See everything Johanna has selected for her first season!

Your package includes

  • Everything in the 5-play Main Season, plus the Limited Season productions of Happy Days and Swept Away.

See the seven plays in our Full Season

Select a Full Season subscription package from the list below.

Performance Premium A B Discounts available (see details below)
Preview (Tue 8pm · Wed 7pm · Thu 8pm) * $357 $308 $189  
Preview (Fri 8pm · Sat 8pm) * $399 $329 $210  
Preview (Sun 7pm) * $371 $322 $196  
Tuesday 8pm $441 $357 $238 Educator · Under 35
Wednesday 7pm $441 $357 $238 Under 35
Thursday 2pm ** n/a $375 $256 Senior · Under 35
Thursday 8pm $462 $378 $266 Under 35
Friday 8pm $539 $469 $364 Educator · Under 35
Saturday 2pm n/a $420 $301 Senior · Under 35
Saturday 8pm $623 $518 $385 Under 35
Sunday 2pm n/a $420 $301 Senior · Under 35
Sunday 7pm $490 $420 $301 Educator · Under 35

* Preview subscriptions available to 7-play Full Season subscribers only.
** There are no Thursday matinees for the two Limited Season shows: Happy Days and Swept Away. For the Limited Season you will be scheduled for a Saturday or Sunday matinee.
Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first choice, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

See the five plays in our Main Season

Select a Main Season subscription package from the list below.

Please note: Main Season packages do not include the two Limited Season shows: Happy Days and Swept Away.

Performance Premium A B Discounts available (see details below)
Tuesday 8pm $315 $255 $170 Educator · Under 35
Wednesday 7pm $315 $255 $170 Under 35
Thursday 2pm n/a $255 $170 Senior · Under 35
Thursday 8pm $330 $270 $190 Under 35
Friday 8pm $385 $335 $260 Educator · Under 35
Saturday 2pm n/a $300 $215 Senior · Under 35
Saturday 8pm $445 $370 $275 Under 35
Sunday 2pm n/a $300 $215 Senior · Under 35
Sunday 7pm $350 $300 $215 Educator · Under 35

Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first choice, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

Discounts available

Previews
The first performances of each subscription show are previews. We’re still fine-tuning the show. Previews are perfect for adventurous theatregoers who want to get in early on the creative conversation.

Under 35
Save 50% on tickets to any performance. Not available for previews or opening night. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Senior (65+)
Receive $5 discount per play on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday matinee subscription packages. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Pre-K–12 educator & employee
Select seats in sections A or B—you and a friend save up to 30% on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday evening performances. Not available for previews. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates in order to bring you extraordinary theatre.

Choose-your-own

3+ play Choose-your-own season available soonMaximum flexibility on your own terms.

If you desire more flexibility (and don’t mind paying a bit more), our 3+ play packages offer the utmost in flexibility, allowing you not only to select the specific plays you want in your package, but also to vary your performance day/time and pricing section.

You’ll still enjoy

  • Great savings: Consistent savings off single ticket prices.
  • Early-bird seating: Preferred seating before the general public.
  • And all the other advantages of being a subscriber.

Please note: Your seats will vary from show to show.


Choose only the shows you want to see (3+ plays)

We have two price groups for plays, as indicated in the table below.
Group I: Pricing for Happy Days and Swept Away
Group II: Pricing for The Great Wave, White Noise, Becky Nurse of Salem, Culture Clash (Still) in America, and School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play

Prices are per play. Select a subscription package from the list below.

Performance Premium *
Group I / II
A
Group I / II
B
Group I / II
Discounts available
(see details below)
Tuesday 8pm $80 / 65 $70 / 53 $50 / 35 Educator · Under 35
Wednesday 7pm $80 / 65 $70 / 53 $50 / 35 Under 35
Thursday 2pm ** $80 / 65 $70 / 53 $50 / 35 Senior · Under 35
Thursday 8pm $90 / 67 $75 / 56 $60 / 40 Under 35
Friday 8pm $100 / 80 $85 / 70 $75 / 54 Educator · Under 35
Saturday 2pm $95 / 72 $80 / 62 $70 / 45 Senior · Under 35
Saturday 8pm $105 / 92 $90 / 76 $80 / 57 Under 35
Sunday 2pm $95 / 72 $80 / 62 $70 / 45 Senior · Under 35
Sunday 7pm $95 / 72 $80 / 62 $70 / 45 Educator · Under 35

* Premium seats available to subscribers of five or more plays. Not available online—please call the box office.
** There are no Thursday matinees for the two Limited Season shows: Happy Days and Swept Away. For the Limited Season you will be scheduled for a Saturday or Sunday matinee.
Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first choice, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

Discounts available

Under 35
Save 50% on tickets to any performance. Not available for previews or opening night. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Senior (65+)
Choose five or more plays—receive $5 discount per play on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday matinees. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered. Not available online—please call the box office.

Pre-K–12 educator & employee
Choose five or more plays, and select seats in sections A or B—you and a friend save up to 30% on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday evening performances. Not available for previews. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered. Not available online—please call the box office.

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates in order to bring you extraordinary theatre.

Series dates for 2019–20 season

Main Season series dates

Limited Season series dates

Series code Day / Time Great Wave White Noise Becky Nurse Culture Clash School Girls   Series code Day / Time Happy Days Swept Away
A3 pre. Thu 8pm 9/12 9/26 12/12 2/20 3/19   J3 pre. Thu 8pm 5/28 6/18
A4 pre. Fri 8pm 9/13 9/27 12/13 2/21 3/20   J4 pre. Fri 8pm 5/29 6/19
A5 pre. Sat 8pm 9/14 9/28 12/14 2/22 3/21   J5 pre. Sat 8pm 6/6 6/20
A6 pre. Sun 7pm 9/15 9/29 12/15 2/23 3/22   J6 pre. Sun 7pm 5/31 6/21
 
B1 pre. Tue 8pm 9/17 10/1 12/17 2/25 3/24   K1 pre. Tue 8pm 5/26 6/23
B2 pre. Wed 7pm 9/18 10/2 12/18 2/26 3/25   K2 pre. Wed 7pm 5/27 6/24
B3 open Thu 8pm 9/19 10/3 12/19 2/27 3/26   K3 open Thu 8pm 6/2 6/25
B4 Fri 8pm 9/20 10/4 1/24 2/28 3/27   K4 Fri 8pm 6/5 7/24
BB Sat 2pm 9/21 10/5 12/21 2/29 3/28   KB Sat 2pm 5/30 6/27
B5 Sat 8pm 9/21 10/5 12/21 2/29 3/28   K5 Sat 8pm 6/13 6/27
BC Sun 2pm 9/22 10/6 12/22 3/1 3/29   KC Sun 2pm 6/14 6/28
B6 Sun 7pm 9/22 10/6 12/22 3/1 3/29   K6 Sun 7pm 7/5 6/28
 
C1 Tue 8pm 9/24 10/8 1/21 3/3 3/31   L1 Tue 8pm 6/16 6/30
C2 Wed 7pm 9/25 10/9 1/22 3/4 4/1   L2 Wed 7pm 6/3 7/1
CA Thu 2pm 9/26 10/10 12/26 3/5 4/9   L3 Thu 8pm 6/4 7/2
C3 Thu 8pm 9/26 10/10 12/26 3/5 4/9   L4 Q&A Fri 8pm 6/26 7/3
C4 Fri 8pm 9/27 10/11 12/27 3/6 4/3   LB Sat 2pm 6/6 7/25
C5 Sat 8pm 9/28 10/12 12/28 3/7 4/4   L5 Sat 8pm 6/20 7/25
CC Sun 2pm 9/29 10/13 12/29 3/8 4/5   LC Sun 2pm 6/7 7/5
C6 Sun 7pm 9/29 10/13 12/29 3/8 4/5   L6 Sun 7pm 6/21 7/5
 
D1 Tue 8pm 10/1 10/15 12/20* 3/10 4/7   M1 Q&A Tue 8pm 6/9 7/7
D2 Wed 7pm 10/2 10/16 1/1 3/11 4/8   M2 Wed 7pm 6/10 7/8
D3 Q&A Thu 8pm 10/10 10/17 1/2 3/12 4/2   M3 Thu 8pm 6/11 7/9
D4 Fri 8pm 10/4 10/18 1/3 3/13 4/10   M4 Fri 8pm 6/12 7/10
DB Sat 2pm 10/5 10/19 1/4 3/14 4/4   MB Sat 2pm 6/20 7/11
D5 Sat 8pm 10/5 10/19 1/4 3/14 4/11   M5 Sat 8pm 6/27 7/11
DC Sun 2pm 10/6 10/20 1/5 3/15 4/12   MC Sun 2pm 6/28 7/12
D6 Sun 7pm 10/6 10/20 1/5 3/15 4/12   M6 Sun 7pm See ticket 7/12
 
E1 Q&A Tue 8pm 10/8 10/22 1/7 3/17 4/14   N1 Tue 8pm 6/23 7/14
E2 Wed 7pm 10/9 10/23 1/8 3/18 4/15   N2 Wed 7pm 6/17 7/15
E3 Thu 8pm 10/3 10/24 1/9 3/19 4/16   N3 Q&A Thu 8pm 6/18 7/16
E4 Fri 8pm 10/11 10/25 1/10 3/20 4/17   N4 Fri 8pm 7/3 7/17
EB Sat 2pm 10/12 10/26 1/11 3/21 4/18   NB Sat 2pm 7/4 7/18
E5 Sat 8pm 10/12 10/26 1/11 3/21 4/18   N5 Sat 8pm See ticket 7/18
EC Sun 2pm 10/13 10/27 1/12 3/22 4/19   NC Sun 2pm 7/5 7/19
E6 Sun 7pm 10/13 10/27 1/12 3/22 4/19   N6 Sun 7pm See ticket 7/19
 
F1 Tue 8pm 10/15 10/29 1/14 3/24 4/21          
F2 Wed 7pm 10/16 10/30 1/15 3/25 4/22          
F3 Thu 8pm 10/17 10/31 1/16 3/26 4/23          
F4 Q&A Fri 8pm 10/25 11/1 1/17 3/27 4/24          
FB Sat 2pm 10/19 11/2 1/18 3/28 4/25          
F5 Sat 8pm 10/19 11/2 1/18 3/28 4/25          
FC Sun 2pm 10/20 11/3 1/19 3/29 4/26          
F6 Sun 7pm 10/20 11/3 1/19 3/29 4/26          
 
G2 ** Wed 7pm 10/23 11/6 See ticket 4/1 4/29          
GA ** Thu 2pm 10/24 11/7 1/23 4/2 4/30          
G3 ** Thu 8pm 10/24 11/7 1/23 4/2 4/30          
G4 ** Fri 8pm 10/18 11/8 See ticket 4/3 5/1          
GB ** Sat 2pm 10/26 11/9 12/28 4/4 5/2          
G5 ** Sat 8pm 10/26 11/9 1/25 4/4 5/2          
GC ** Sun 2pm 10/27 11/10 1/26 4/5 5/3          
G6 ** Sun 7pm 10/27 11/10 1/26 4/5 5/3          

Pre—Preview subscriptions available to 7-play subscribers only.
Open—Opening night is available to Berkeley Rep supporters at the Benefactor level and above.
Q&A—Post-show discussion with our artists.
All Tue, Wed, & Thu evening and Sun matinee series—Pre-show docent presentation.
All matinee series—Post-show docent discussion.
* Performance falls on a different day of the week than the rest of the series.
** Series G is available through renewal only.

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates in order to bring you extraordinary theatre.

 

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