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PETER PAN 2015

Thank you to our sponsors, patrons,
cast and crew for a wonderful season!

WEST SIDE STORY opens May 2016

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What a cool drawing of our beloved Sidney B. Cushing Memorial Amphitheater! ... See MoreSee Less

Mount Tamalpais State Park, The Mountain Theater (Sidney B. Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre) (HALS CA-107) Mill Valley, CA The Mountain Theater, home to the Mountain Play, was built between 1929 and 1940. Landscape architect Emerson Knight’s design combines the idea of formal theaters of the ancient world with the idea of rustic park design in a natural setting. This entry earned second place in the 2014 HALS Challenge: Documenting the Landscapes of the New Deal (www.nps.gov/hdp/competitions/HALS_Challenge.html). The record includes 14 pages of history and 1 measured drawing. Drawing by Douglas Nelson, 2014. #HALSnps #PreservationThroughDocumentation #California Mount Tamalpais State Park Go back to the Alaska & Pacific West Transmittal 2015 album: www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.941334579263826.1073741916.130899723640653&type=3

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Frank Hinkley is "the sort of guy who lifts up the spirits of everyone around him."

We're thrilled our favorite volunteer Frank Hinkley was featured as the Marin IJ's Volunteer of the Week! We are so grateful for his dedicated service to the Mountain Play.

Frank is one of the good ones!
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Mountain Play updated their cover photo. ... See MoreSee Less

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We are THRILLED to announce that this year, more than 17,000 people came to see Peter Pan fly on Mount Tamalpais!

Audiences and reviewers alike raved about the production, and about the fresh vision that director Michael Schwartz brought to the show.

Of course, transforming the Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre into a magical Neverland was a huge undertaking, and a very costly endeavor. Total expenses for Peter Pan were just over $1,100,000, and despite the full houses, we are just $50,000 short of meeting that goal and BREAKING EVEN on this show!

We need your help!
Your support can help us shrink that gap down to nothing, and make Peter Pan as much of a financial success as it was an artistic one.
Make a donation and help us break even on PETER PAN today!

Make your donation of any size here:
tickets.mountainplay.org/TheatreManager/1/login&donation=0
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Very important question:
Sharks or Jets?

Get ready to make your decision, because next summer Mountain Play will bring you to the streets of New York for the Sondheim and Bernstein musical WEST SIDE STORY!

We'll see you next year!
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