MTC Presents FIVE LITTLE MONKEYS, 8/20-9/7
Marin Theatre Company presents a Bay Area Children's Theatre World Premiere as part of MTC's Theater Series for Young Audiences by Ernie Nolan, based on the books by Eileen Christelow, and directed by Karen Altree Piemme. Five Little Monkeys will run from August 30 to September 7, 2014.
Those five little monkeys will get into as much mischief on stage as they do in their namesake picture books. Take cover when they make that birthday cake for Mama, meet up with a crocodile and disappear in the store!
Not to mention all that jumping!
The play's all in rhyme. So, you'll have a great time!
Recommended for all ages | 45 minutes
4- and 5-Show Packages
On sale now. Includes FREE exchanges
Five-Show Packages: $90 for kids under 14 | $110 for adults; Four-Show Packages: $72 for kids under 14 | $88 for adults; To order, call our Box Office today: 415.388.5208. Not available online.i
Tickets go on sale June 13 for Five Little Monkeys.
$18 for kids under 14 | $22 for adults.
Discount tickets for groups of 15 or more available. Call MTC's Box Office, 415.388.5208, for details and to purchase.
Tickets for MTC's theater series for young audiences are only available through MTC's Box Office - BACT's four-show Flex Passes are not applicable for MTC performances.
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Founded in 1966, Marin Theatre Company is the Bay Area's premier mid-sized theater and the leading professional theater in the North Bay. We produce a six-show season of provocative plays by passionate playwrights from the 20th century and today in our 231-seat main stage theater, as well as a five-show Theater Series for Young Audiences in partnership with the Bay Area Children's Theatre in our 99-seat studio theater. We are committed to the development and production of new plays by American playwrights, with a comprehensive New Play Program that includes premiere productions, two nationally recognized annual playwriting awards, readings and workshops by the nation's best emerging playwrights and membership in the National New Play Network. Our numerous education programs serve more than 8,500 students from over 40 Bay Area schools each year. MTC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.