Ray of Light Theatre Announces 2014 Season Subscriptions
Ray of Light Theatre announced today that its 2014 season subscription packages are now on sale. As a season subscriber, audiences become part of one of the most innovative and entertaining theatre companies in the San Francisco Bay Area and a member of the Ray of Light family. Ray of Lifers are the heart of the theatre's community and for whom they strive with blood, sweat and tears to consistently bring their critically acclaimed and award-winning productions to life.
Audience members save 30% by subscribing, but head to rayoflighttheatre.com to get extra low prices for a limited time! The first 20 subscribers will be invited to a private talkback with Greg Kotis and Mark Hollman, writers of Urinetown and Yeast Nation, following Ray of Light's July workshop. All subscribers get free drink tickets for each show, priority seating, and unparalleled ticketing flexibility - plus "Ray of Lifer" status, of course!
Ray of Light's 2014 season includes Triassic Parq and Yeast Nation. Triassic Parq will be presented at The Eureka Theatre in June 2014 with music by Marshall Pailet and book by Marshall Pailet, Bryce Norbitz and Steve Wargo. Dinosaurs, showtunes and sex changes come together in this inventive new musical that will leave you laughing and crying all the way back to the prehistoric era. When one female T-Rex suddenly turns male, the entire pack must question their identity, gender, and what is possible. Winner of Best Musical at LA's 2013 Ovation Awards and NY Fringe Festival 2010, Triassic Parq examines love, faith and science through a hilarious lens and singing dinosaurs.
Yeast Nation will be performed at The Victoria Theatre in October 2014 with music and lyrics by Mark Hollmann, and book and lyrics by Greg Kotis. Ray of Light teams up with Greg Kotis and Mark Hollmann, the brains behind the smash-hit Urinetown, to develop the West Coast premiere of this bizarrely hilarious rock musical. In the year 3,000,458,000 B.C., the salt-eating yeasts are the only living creatures on earth, and they're up against a food shortage, a strange new emotion called "love" and the oppression of a tyrannical king. When the king's dreamer of a son ventures out of the known yeastiverse, the yeasts' story--and ours--is changed forever.
For more information and to become a subscriber, visit rayoflighttheatre.com.