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Each season at Berkeley Rep, we offer you a captivating collection of plays that we hope change the way you think about theatre—and the way you think about life. Along the way, we’ve built a national and international reputation as a home for talented artists. Some are world renowned. Others are rising stars. Yet they have two things in common: they find thrilling new ways to tell you enthralling stories—and they want to meet you at Berkeley Rep.

We’re delighted to announce the seven shows in our upcoming subscription season, and we invite you to get to know the artists behind them. Click the tabs above to discover more about subscribing to Berkeley Rep.

3+ play Choose-your-own Season

5 play Main Season

7 play Full Season

Introducing Meow Meow! Meet the international singing sensation and über-award-winning comedienne who’s opening our 2014–15 season.

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An Audience with Meow Meow

Meow MeowWritten by and starring Meow Meow
Choreography by Tiger Martina
Music supervision by Lance Horne
Adapted and directed by Emma Rice
Main Season · Roda Theatre
September 5–October 19, 2014
World Premiere

International singing sensation and über-comedienne Meow Meow has wowed audiences from the lights of London’s West End to the backrooms of Berlin to the sails of the Sydney Opera House and the opium dens of Shanghai. Now, under the direction of Kneehigh’s Emma Rice (Tristan & Yseult, The Wild Bride), Meow Meow brings her electrifying endowments to our lucky shores. Get ready for a performance of gargantuan proportions. Accompanied by her orchestra and her dancing boys, and accoutered in sequined costumes on spectacular stage sets, Meow Meow will seduce you with her “devilish funny bones and heavenly vocal chords” (London Evening Standard), and reveal how a song and an audience truly can change the world. You are the perfect audience and she is…the extraordinary Meow Meow.


The buzz

“Devilish funny bones and heavenly vocal chords!”—London Evening Standard

“Witness the birth of a new star…She is sensational.”—Times (UK)

“The voice alone is glorious in its range and texture. But combine it with carefully chosen songs, superb comic timing, improvisational wit, and some engaging audience participation, so cannily conducted that you suspect a degree in psychology, and you have an evening that demonstrates that Meow Meow really is the cat’s whiskers.”—London Guardian

“The term ‘kamikaze cabaret’ has been applied to the charming, shape-shifting diva Meow Meow…Her act celebrated a far-reaching cosmopolitanism that erases boundaries between cultures and languages…If you think of her changeability as a series of surprise attacks, the term kamikaze may apply after all.”—New York Times


See & hear

Introducing Meow Meow! Meet the international singing sensation and über-award-winning comedienne who’s opening our 2014–15 season.

Party People

Party PeopleBy UNIVERSES (Steven Sapp, Mildred Ruiz-Sapp, and William Ruiz, aka Ninja)
Developed and directed by Liesl Tommy
Limited Season · Thrust Stage
October 17–November 16, 2014

Get ready for a hyperkinetic mix of live video, hip hop, jazz, rock, gospel, blues, Latin rhythms, and spoken word as the explosive theatre ensemble UNIVERSES rocks and unlocks the legacy of the Black Panthers and Young Lords. In the 1960s these activists protected their communities and provided free food and medical care—but their cries for justice were overshadowed by the radical images embedded in our mainstream history books. Based on dozens of interviews, this high-wattage fusion of story and song imagines the Panthers and Young Lords reuniting today at an art opening curated by a couple of young counterculturists—where past, present, and generations collide. Helmed by Liesl Tommy (director of our potent production of Ruined), Party People asks, what is the price of being a revolutionary, and what happens to those who come after?

Party People was developed in The Ground Floor, Berkeley Rep’s Center for the Creation and Development of New Work.


The buzz

“A dazzling creation by the New York-based theatre collective known as UNIVERSES…Party People is an artful mixture of spoken poetry, hip-hop theatre, blues, jazz, gospel and rap. Mesmerizing monologues punctuate this well-balanced theatrical potpourri.”—KLCC Radio Eugene

“High-energy, vibrant, roller coaster ride—via dialogue, monologue, poetry, music and dance—of the rise and fall of the Black Panther Party and the Young Lords, two minority-based revolutionary groups of the 1960s and 1970s.”—Ashland Daily Tidings


See & hear

Michael Leibert Artistic Director Tony Taccone introduces us to the explosive theatre ensemble UNIVERSES and their new show.

Red Hot Patriot: The Kick-Ass Wit of Molly Ivins

Kathleen TurnerBy Margaret Engel and Allison Engel
Directed by David Esbjornson
Featuring Kathleen Turner
Main Season · Roda Theatre
November 21, 2014–January 4, 2015

Two-time Tony and Oscar nominee Kathleen Turner makes her Berkeley Rep debut as Molly Ivins, the brassy, sharp-witted political journalist and best-selling author of Bushwacked. Celebrated for her folksy yet barbed humor, Ivins was the rowdy raconteur stirring up trouble in the old boy’s club and ridiculing those she deemed too big for their britches—earning her a widely read syndicated column and a seat next to Mark Twain as one of America’s beloved satirists. In Red Hot Patriot, Kathleen Turner is all smarts and sass as the redheaded firebrand, recounting her political rants and personal reflections with a liberal dose of piss and vinegar.


The buzz

“Turner is a marvel to watch as she takes on the character of the sharp-tongued political journalist Molly Ivins…Great direction, a great script, and an enormously talented actress…This is a production that needs to be seen…”—Broadway World

“[Turner] truly owns the stage…The rants and reflections, not to mention all the wicked wit in between, sound fresher than ever, and they keep this Red Hot Patriot spinning. No, make that kicking ass.”—The Baltimore Sun

“The show is absolutely wonderful, entertaining and illuminating…and fiercely topical to today’s helter-skelter events.”—Huffington Post


See & hear

Meet the witty Molly Ivins and the powerhouse actor that portrays her—Kathleen Turner!

X’s and O’s (A Gridiron Love Story)

KJ SanchezBy KJ Sanchez with Jenny Mercein
Directed by Tony Taccone
Main Season · Thrust Stage
January 16–March 1, 2015
World Premiere

Memory, myth, and football meet head on in this hard-hitting world premiere commissioned by Berkeley Rep and directed by Michael Leibert Artistic Director Tony Taccone. KJ Sanchez’s previous play ReEntry, featuring a moving portrayal of Marines preparing for and returning from combat, was an explosive off-Broadway hit. Now she brings us a gripping new docudrama about a love that is generous yet dangerous, life-giving yet lethal—and a passion that borders on addiction yet feels so much a part of our DNA. Dramatically based on brutally honest and heartrending interviews with players, their families, and their fans about traumatic brain injuries and their impact on the game, X’s and O’s (A Gridiron Love Story) takes an unflinching look at the lives and loves around this singularly American sport—and the lingering questions it asks of us all.

X’s and O’s (A Gridiron Love Story) was commissioned by Berkeley Rep and developed in The Ground Floor, Berkeley Rep’s Center for the Creation and Development of New Work.


The buzz

“KJ Sanchez is an amazing theatre-maker. Her play will be a theatrical event that will reveal something about the heart of American society.”—Tony Taccone


See & hear

Get the scoop about the latest play to come up from The Ground Floor.

Tartuffe

Steven EppBy Molière
Adapted by David Ball
Directed by Dominique Serrand
A co-production with South Coast Repertory and Shakespeare Theatre Company
Limited Season · Roda Theatre
March 13–April 12, 2015

“As spellbinding as a deadly snake charmed from its basket…” That’s just one of the accolades for Steven Epp and Dominique Serrand’s provocative and enjoyable revival of Molière’s satire on religious hypocrisy. A seemingly pious Tartuffe ingratiates himself to the wealthy Orgon, gaining access to the old man’s house and throwing his family into chaos. As Orgon falls for the scoundrel’s ruse, Tartuffe’s deceit takes a dangerous turn. Berkeley Rep audiences fell in love with the impish Epp and esteemed director Serrand when they delighted us with such legendary shows as The Miser. This modern interpretation of Molière’s most popular play—featuring a hypnotic Epp in the title role—is as intense and incisive as the day it was written, and just as entertaining.


The buzz

“A dark, intense, and vastly entertaining version of Molière’s work. Gorgeous production values and a whip-smart new translation by David Ball…Three-hundred years after its first opening night, Tartuffe still acts as a potent warning.”—Skyway News

“Both brooding drama and zippy farce…a stylistic triumph.”—Minneapolis Star Tribune

Head of Passes

Tarell Alvin McCraneyBy Tarell Alvin McCraney
Directed by Tina Landau
Main Season · Thrust Stage
April 10–May 24, 2015
West Coast Premiere

MacArthur “Genius” Award-winning Tarell Alvin McCraney pens a poignant and poetic new play about the journey of family and faith, trial and tribulation. In a dilapidated house near the ever-shifting source of the Mississippi, Shelah’s family gathers on a stormy night for her birthday—bringing ghosts and secrets of the past with them. As her roof buckles under the weight of the rain, Shelah’s convictions begin to wash away, leaving her to excavate the truths buried below. Directed by the preeminent Tina Landau in her Berkeley Rep debut, the riveting Head of Passes comes to the Bay Area straight from its acclaimed world premiere in Chicago.

Head of Passes was developed in The Ground Floor, Berkeley Rep’s Center for the Creation and Development of New Work.


The buzz

“Unbelievably powerful…beautiful…an extraordinary play.”—WBEZ Radio

“McCraney writes the richest dialogue of any scribe of his generation.”—Chicago Tribune

Head of Passes is a heart-wrenching, thought-provoking, and soul-stirring experience. It’s the type of show that continues to percolate conversation long after the curtain.”—Chicago Now

One Man, Two Guvnors

Richard BeanBy Richard Bean
Directed by David Ivers
Main Season · Roda Theatre
May 8–June 21, 2015
West Coast Premiere

Welcome to swingin’ England. The disarming and doltish Francis Henshall finds himself trapped by farce into working for two bosses—who are connected to each other in wildly improbable ways. He just has to keep them from discovering each other. Easy, right? Inspired insanity, high-low antics, and nimble wordplay ensue—all backed by live musicians paying homage to rockabilly and a certain Fab Four. Join Francis in the fun as he leads you through this topsy-turvy world of love triangles and mistaken identities. It’s more than a sassy update of Carlo Goldoni’s classic knee-slapper, A Servant of Two Masters. It’s a brilliantly delicious mash-up of splendid comedy, British pantomime, and music-hall revues.


The buzz

“[An] inspired adaptation…The language is fueled by a logic that is as irrefutable as it is silly…It gleefully skewers the tortured metaphors of lovers’ flights of fancy and traffics unapologetically in the childish, tongue-twisting pleasures of alliteration.”—New York Times

“Ingenious…Unlike many farces, this one is also verbally funny. Bean’s script is full of good gags…The show, in short, is a tonic which confirms Eric Bentley’s point that farce is the quintessence of theatre and which combines a tightly-written text with the gaiety of popular entertainment. I suspect you would had to have had a humour by-pass not to enjoy it.”—London Guardian

“Gut-busting…Amusing original songs by Grant Olding suggest the legacy of British music hall, and cast members take part during scene changes in variety-act interludes, providing accompaniment on xylophone, kettle drums, claxons…while at the same time evoking the unmistakable feel of early ‘60s England.”—Hollywood Reporter

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Why subscribe—to Berkeley Rep!

  • The #1 reason to reserve a ticket package to any theatre is to guarantee that you’ll see more shows. When you subscribe, you go.

We work hard to give you a unique and superior experience. We want you to love coming to Berkeley Rep.

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  • Better seats by far, reserved for you before the general public.
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  • Priority access to special events—subscribers got dibs on David Sedaris, John Leguizamo, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Ian McKellen, and Patrick Stewart. And there’s more to come!

Your free extras

All Berkeley Rep patrons enjoy these free resources and events

  • Our popular liner notes email arrives in your inbox days before your show to give you interesting insights from our dramaturg, plus all the goods to guarantee a great visit.
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  • Free gourmet tastings—wine, cheese, bread, beer, vodka, tequila, and more featured after select evening performances.
  • Docent presentations an hour before every Tuesday and Thursday performance during each show’s regular run. Post-show docent-led discussions follow matinees.
  • Post-show Q&As with the artists after select performances.

Plus, subscribers receive additional, exclusive savings

  • Savings on guest tickets so you can bring friends—make it a theatre party. You save $5 on the purchase of every additional single ticket for your guests. Plus, you pay no service charges. And you can exchange these tickets as needed.
  • You receive special offers from a selection of restaurants around the theatre. Simply present your subscriber ticket and subscriber ID card before ordering, and the restaurant will apply the discount immediately. Past participating restaurants have included Almare, Angeline’s Louisiana Kitchen, Belli Osteria, Bistro Liaison , Bobby G’s Pizzeria, Café Clem, Cyprus Restaurant, FIVE, Gecko Gecko Thai-California Eatery, Jazzcaffè, La Note, Phil’s Sliders, PIQ, Venus Restaurant, and Zut! On Fourth.
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Choose-your-own

3+ play Choose-your-own SeasonDesign your season—choose any 3 or more subscription plays

Choose-your-own benefits

  • Choose your shows and your performance dates
  • Get better seating than the general public

All subscribers enjoy these advantages

  • Save up to 29% off regular ticket prices
  • Change your performance dates—free (no fees)—as late as midnight before your show, whenever you need
  • Add additional plays to your package later—at discounted prices
  • Never get turned away from a sold-out show!

And there’s more!

  • Receive discounts to nearby restaurants and stores
  • Bring guests at reduced prices—we waive your service fees
  • Receive our super-popular liner notes, delivered by email to your inbox days before your performance—free
  • Get dibs on tickets to non-subscription events like George Gershwin Alone and No Man’s Land. Past performers have included Mikhail Baryshnikov, John Leguizamo, and David Sedaris.

Specials

We offer even deeper discounts to full-time students, persons under 30 or 65+, and anyone who works in a pre-K–12 environment.


Choose-your-own packages

Prices are per play. Choose only the shows you want to see (3+ plays). Choose a subscription package from the list below.

You can choose a different performance time for each play, although we ask that you stay in the same seating section. We’ll assign you the date, for the day of week and time you select, with the best available seats. Once you receive your tickets, you can switch performance dates as needed.

Performance Premium * A B Discounts available
Tuesday 8pm $57 $44 $28 Educator / Student / Under 30
Wednesday 7pm $57 $44 $28 Student / Under 30
Thursday 2pm ** $57 $44 $28 Senior / Student / Under 30
Thursday 8pm $60 $50 $35 Student / Under 30
Friday 8pm $67 $59 $44 Educator / Student / Under 30
Saturday 2pm $60 $50 $35 Senior / Student / Under 30
Saturday 8pm $80 $65 $46 Student / Under 30
Sunday 2pm $60 $50 $35 Senior / Student / Under 30
Sunday 7pm $60 $50 $35 Educator / Student / Under 30

* Premium seats available to subscribers of five or more plays.
** There are no Thursday matinees for the two Limited Season shows: Party People and Tartuffe.
Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first-choice price section, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

Full-time student / under 30
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
Choose five or more plays, and select seats in sections A or B—you and a friend save 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.

Sign up for the Main Season of five plays

5 play Main SeasonYou’ll see An Audience with Meow Meow, Red Hot Patriot, X’s and O’s (A Gridiron Love Story), Head of Passes, and One Man, Two Guvnors.

Main Season subscribers enjoy all the choose-your-own benefits, and more

  • Access to premium seats (subject to availability, of course)
  • Guaranteed priority seating before the general public and “choose-your-own” subscribers
  • The same seats for every show in each theatre—which you can keep from year to year

All subscribers enjoy these advantages

  • Save up to 29% off regular ticket prices
  • Change your performance dates—free (no fees)—as late as midnight before your show, whenever you need
  • Add additional plays to your package later—at discounted prices
  • Never get turned away from a sold-out show!

And there’s more!

  • Receive discounts to nearby restaurants and stores
  • Bring guests at reduced prices—we waive your service fees
  • Receive our super-popular liner notes, delivered by email to your inbox days before your performance—free
  • Get dibs on tickets to non-subscription events like George Gershwin Alone and No Man’s Land. Past performers have included Mikhail Baryshnikov, John Leguizamo, and David Sedaris.

Specials

We offer even deeper discounts to full-time students, persons under 30 or 65+, and anyone who works in a pre-K–12 environment.


See the five plays in our Main Season

Choose a subscription package from the list below.

Performance Premium A B Discounts available
Tuesday 8pm $285 $220 $140 Educator / Student / Under 30
Wednesday 7pm $285 $220 $140 Student / Under 30
Thursday 2pm $285 $220 $140 Senior / Student / Under 30
Thursday 8pm $300 $250 $175 Student / Under 30
Friday 8pm $335 $295 $220 Educator / Student / Under 30
Saturday 2pm $300 $250 $175 Senior / Student / Under 30
Saturday 8pm $400 $325 $230 Student / Under 30
Sunday 2pm $300 $250 $175 Senior / Student / Under 30
Sunday 7pm $300 $250 $175 Educator / Student / Under 30

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

Full-time student / under 30
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 $25 discount on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday matinee subscription packages. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Pre-K–12 educator
Select seats in sections A or B—you and a friend save 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.

Subscribe to the Full Season of seven plays

7 play Full SeasonYou’ll see every subscription show in the 2014–15 season!

Full Season subscribers enjoy all the Main Season and choose-your-own benefits, and more

  • Absolute highest priority seating before anyone else
  • First access to premium seats (subject to availability, of course)
  • One free upgrade to a more expensive seat or date—for everyone in your party
  • The same seats for every Main Season show in each theatre—which you can keep or improve from year to year

All subscribers enjoy these advantages

  • Save up to 29% off regular ticket prices
  • Change your performance dates—free (no fees)—as late as midnight before your show, whenever you need
  • Add additional plays to your package later—at discounted prices
  • Never get turned away from a sold-out show!

And there’s more!

  • Receive discounts to nearby restaurants and stores
  • Bring guests at reduced prices—we waive your service fees
  • Receive our super-popular liner notes, delivered by email to your inbox days before your performance—free
  • Get dibs on tickets to non-subscription events like George Gershwin Alone and No Man’s Land. Past performers have included Mikhail Baryshnikov, John Leguizamo, and David Sedaris.

Specials

We offer even deeper discounts to full-time students, persons under 30 or 65+, and anyone who works in a pre-K–12 environment.


See the seven plays in our Full Season

Choose a subscription package from the list below.

Performance Premium A B Discounts available
Preview (Tue / Wed / Sun eve) * $308 $273 $175  
Preview (Thu / Fri / Sat eve) * $343 $287 $175  
Tuesday 8pm $399 $308 $196 Educator / Student / Under 30
Wednesday 7pm $399 $308 $196 Student / Under 30
Thursday 2pm ** $405 $320 $210 Senior / Student / Under 30
Thursday 8pm $420 $350 $245 Student / Under 30
Friday 8pm $469 $413 $308 Educator / Student / Under 30
Saturday 2pm $420 $350 $245 Senior / Student / Under 30
Saturday 8pm $560 $455 $322 Student / Under 30
Sunday 2pm $420 $350 $245 Senior / Student / Under 30
Sunday 7pm $420 $350 $245 Educator / Student / Under 30

* Preview subscriptions available to 7-play subscribers only. Saturday and Sunday previews are sold out.
** There are no Thursday matinees for the two Limited Season shows: Party People and Tartuffe.
Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first-choice price section, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

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.

Full-time student / under 30
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 $35 discount on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday matinee subscription packages. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Pre-K–12 educator
Select seats in sections A or B—you and a friend save 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.

Series dates for 2014–15 season

Main Season series dates

Series code Day / Time Meow Meow Red Hot Patriot X’s and O’s Head of Passes One Man, Two Guvnors
A4 pre. Fri 8pm 9/5 11/21 1/16 4/10 5/8
A5 pre. Sat 8pm 9/6 11/22 1/17 4/11 5/9
A6 pre. Sun 7pm 9/7 11/23 1/18 4/12 5/10
 
B1 pre. Tue 8pm 9/9 11/23 2pm* 1/20 4/14 5/12
B2 pre. Wed 7pm 9/10 11/26 1/21 4/15 5/13
B3 pre. Thu 8pm 9/11 11/28 8pm* 1/22 4/16 5/14
B4 open Fri 8pm 9/12 11/25 8pm* 1/23 4/17 5/15
BB Sat 2pm 9/13 11/29 1/24 4/18 5/16
B5 Sat 8pm 9/13 11/29 1/24 4/18 5/16
BC Sun 2pm 9/14 11/30 1/25 4/19 5/17
B6 Sun 7pm 9/14 11/30 1/25 4/19 5/17
 
C1 Tue 8pm 9/16 12/2 1/27 4/21 5/19
C2 Wed 7pm 9/17 12/3 1/28 4/22 5/20
CA Thu 2pm 9/18 12/4 1/29 4/23 5/21
C3 Thu 8pm 9/18 12/4 1/29 4/23 5/21
C4 Fri 8pm 9/19 12/5 1/30 4/24 5/22
C5 Sat 8pm 9/20 12/6 1/31 4/25 5/23
CC Sun 2pm 9/21 12/7 2/1 4/26 5/24
C6 Sun 7pm 9/21 12/7 2/1 4/26 5/24
 
D1 Tue 8pm 9/23 12/9 2/3 4/28 5/26
D2 Wed 7pm 9/24 12/10 2/4 4/29 5/27
D3 disc. Thu 8pm 9/25 12/11 2/5 4/30 5/28
D4 Fri 8pm 9/26 12/12 2/6 5/1 5/29
DB Sat 2pm 9/27 12/13 2/7 5/2 5/30
D5 Sat 8pm 9/27 12/13 2/7 5/2 5/30
DC Sun 2pm 9/28 12/14 2/8 5/3 5/31
D6 Sun 7pm 9/28 12/14 2/8 5/3 5/31
 
E1 disc. Tue 8pm 9/30 12/16 2/10 5/5 6/2
E2 Wed 7pm 10/1 12/17 2/11 5/6 6/3
E3 Thu 8pm 10/2 12/18 2/12 5/7 6/4
E4 Fri 8pm 10/3 12/19 2/13 5/8 6/5
EB Sat 2pm 10/4 12/20 2/14 5/9 6/6
E5 Sat 8pm 10/4 12/20 2/14 5/9 6/6
EC Sun 2pm 10/5 12/21 2/15 5/10 6/7
E6 Sun 7pm 10/5 12/21 2/15 5/10 6/7
 
F1 Tue 8pm 10/7 12/23 2/17 5/12 6/9
F2 Wed 7pm 10/8 12/24 2pm* 2/18 5/13 6/10
F3 Thu 8pm 10/9 12/30 8pm* 2/19 5/14 6/11
F4 disc. Fri 8pm 10/10 12/26 2/20 5/15 6/12
FB Sat 2pm 10/11 12/27 2/21 5/16 6/13
F5 Sat 8pm 10/11 12/27 2/21 5/16 6/13
FC Sun 2pm 10/12 12/28 2/22 5/17 6/14
F6 Sun 7pm 10/12 12/28 2/22 5/17 6/14
 
G2 ** Wed 7pm 10/15 12/31 2/25 5/20 6/17
GA ** Thu 2pm 10/16 12/31 2pm* 2/26 5/21 6/18
G3 ** Thu 8pm 10/16 1/1 2/26 5/21 6/18
G4 ** Fri 8pm 10/17 1/2 2/27 5/22 6/19
GB ** Sat 2pm 10/18 1/3 2/28 5/23 6/20
G5 ** Sat 8pm 10/18 1/3 2/28 5/23 6/20
GC cap. ** Sun 2pm 10/19 1/4 3/1 5/24 6/21
G6 ** Sun 7pm 10/19 1/4 3/1 5/24 6/21


Limited Season series dates

Series code Day / Time Party People Tartuffe
J4 pre. Fri 8pm 10/17 3/13
J5 pre. Sat 8pm 10/18 3/14
J6 pre. Sun 7pm 10/19 3/15
 
K1 pre. Tue 8pm 10/21 3/17
K2 pre. Wed 7pm 10/22 3/18
K3 pre. Thu 8pm 10/23 3/19
K4 open Fri 8pm 10/24 3/20
KB Sat 2pm 10/25 3/21
K5 Sat 8pm 10/25 3/21
KC Sun 2pm 10/26 3/22
K6 Sun 7pm 10/26 3/22
 
L1 Tue 8pm 10/28 3/24
L2 Wed 7pm 10/29 3/25
L3 Thu 8pm 10/30 3/26
L4 disc. Fri 8pm 10/31 3/27
LB Sat 2pm 11/1 3/28
L5 Sat 8pm 11/1 3/28
LC Sun 2pm 11/2 3/29
L6 Sun 7pm 11/2 3/29
 
M1 disc. Tue 8pm 11/4 3/31
M2 Wed 7pm 11/5 4/1
M3 Thu 8pm 11/6 4/2
M4 Fri 8pm 11/7 4/3
MB Sat 2pm 11/8 4/4
M5 Sat 8pm 11/8 4/4
MC Sun 2pm 11/9 4/5
M6 Sun 7pm 11/9 4/5
 
N1 Tue 8pm 11/11 4/7
N2 Wed 7pm 11/12 4/8
N3 disc. Thu 8pm 11/13 4/9
N4 Fri 8pm 11/14 4/10
NB Sat 2pm 11/15 4/11
N5 Sat 8pm 11/15 4/11
NC cap. Sun 2pm 11/16 4/12
N6 Sun 7pm 11/16 4/12

Pre—Preview subscriptions available to 7-play subscribers only.
Open—Opening night is available to Berkeley Rep supporters at the Benefactor level and above.
Disc—Post-show discussion
Cap—Open captioning performance (viewable from at least 25 seats)
All series ending in 1 or 3—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.