Plan your visit
Welcome! Our theatres and box office are at 2025 Addison Street, half a block from the downtown Berkeley BART station and close to a variety of AC Transit routes. Go green and take public transportation!
The Center Street Garage directly across from Berkeley Rep also boasts ample bike and car parking. $8 parking Tuesday–Sunday for evenings. Hourly parking for matinees.
The Allston Way Garage, located between Milvia and Shattuck with entrances on Center and Allston, offers our patrons $5 parking for evening performances. This offer is valid after 4pm Tuesday–Saturday. The garage is closed on Sunday. Please note that validation is not available for matinees or on Cal football home game days. Pick up your Allston Way Garage coupon from the house manager before or after your performance. When you return to the garage, go to the payment machine before you go to your car. Insert your original ticket. When the machine asks for payment, insert your coupon. Your total amount due will reduce to $5. The machine will issue a new ticket after you pay that will allow you to exit the garage.
(Berkeley Rep offers this information as a service for its patrons. We’re sorry, but we cannot accept responsibility for any parking mishaps or fees accidentally incurred from parking in the wrong location.)
When should I arrive at the Theatre?
We recommend you arrive 45 minutes prior to curtain to avoid lines. Remember food and drink are not allowed in the theatre. Performances begin promptly. Latecomers will be seated at the House Manager’s discretion, and may have to watch on a video monitor in the lobby.
Food and beverage service will be available in the concessions area and Michael’s Second Act bar before the performance and at intermission. To keep our actors and crew safe, masks must be worn at all times indoors and eating or drinking is not allowed in the theatres or lobbies. All food and drink must be consumed in the Narsai M. David Courtyard (the outdoor courtyard between our two theatres) or Michael’s Second Act bar. Masks are not required in the Narsai M. David Courtyard. Please wear your mask over your nose and mouth if you are in Michael’s Second Act bar and not actively eating or drinking.
For those patrons who are visiting us from out-of-town, take advantage our special hotel offer with the new Residence Inn by Marriott in the heart of Downtown Berkeley, just a four-minute walk from our theatres. Book your special Berkeley Rep rate (15% off list price) today!
Events & extras
Join us before or stick around after select performances for a number of talks and Q&A sessions.
We're eager to help you!
2025 Addison St, Berkeley CA 94704
In the Peet’s Theatre no seat is more than 44 feet from the stage.
In the Roda Theatre the farthest seat is only 49 feet from the stage.
Health and safety
Berkeley Rep is a vaccinated company. Visit our health and safety page often for updates on our requirements for audience members.
Photo by Kevin Berne/Berkeley Repertory Theatre
(seated, l to r) Tom Nelis, Carolina Sanchez, and David Kelly; (backseat, l to r) Anna Ishida and Sharon Lockwood; (standing, l to r) Mark Kenneth Smaltz and Gerardo Rodriguez in It Can’t Happen Here
Adapted by Tony Taccone and Bennett S. Cohen | From the novel by Sinclair Lewis | Directed by Lisa Peterson | Scenic design by Rachel Hauck | Costume design by Meg Neville | Lighting design by Alexander V. Nichols | Composition and sound design by Paul James Prendergast