The Mountain Play Returns for our 2021-2022 Season with Indoor & Outdoor Theatre Adventures! Lerner & Loewe's Camelot- November and December 2021 Barn Theater, Hello, Dolly! May June 2022 Cushing Ampitheatre
Mountain Play 2021-2022 Season returns with indoor and outdoor theatre adventures. Lerner and Loewe's CAMELOT begins this fall indoors at the Barn Theatre in Ross, CA, followed by HELLO, DOLLY in spring of 2022 at Cushing Amphitheatre.

Lerner & Loewe's CAMELOT

In Partnership with Ross Valley Players

Mountain Play Presents

Lerner & Loewe’s CAMELOT

All performances are SOLD OUT. Please email [email protected] to join the waitlist. 

November 12 to December 19, 2021

Directed by ZOË SWENSON GRAHAM
Musical Direction by PHILLIP HARRIS

Book & Lyrics by ALAN JAY LERNER
Music by FREDERICK LOEWE
Original Production Directed and Staged by Moss Hart
Based on “The Once and Future King” by T.H. White
Book Adapted by David Lee
New Orchestrations by Steven Orich

LERNER AND LOEWE’S CAMELOT is presented through special arrangements with Musical Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com

General Seating $35/person

Performances Thursday thru Sunday: November 12 to December 19, 2021

ALL performances are SOLD OUT. Please email [email protected] to join the waitlist. 

Show Run Time:

ACT I is 1 hr. 6 mins
ACT II is 48 mins
15 Minute Intermission 

Performance Times: Thursday 7:30 p.m., Fridays & Saturdays 8:00 p.m., Sunday 2:00 p.m. The house opens a half-hour before the performance starts.

Venue: Barn Theatre on the grounds of the Marin Art & Garden Center, 30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., Ross, CA – Free parking

All attendees must be fully-vaccinated. Valid picture ID and proof of vaccination are required before entry to the theater. 

All attendees must be masked once inside the theater. 

ADA Parking & Wheelchair Accessible Seating available by reservation. Please call 415-383-1100 Monday thru Friday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Reservations for ADA parking ONLY may also be emailed to [email protected]

$4 order fee will be added to each ticket/maximum of $16 per order.

In Partnership with Ross Valley Players

Mountain Play Presents

Lerner & Loewe’s CAMELOT

All Performances are SOLD OUT. Please email [email protected] to join the waitlist. 

November 12 to December 19, 2021

Directed by ZOË SWENSON GRAHAM
Musical Direction by PHILLIP HARRIS

Book & Lyrics by ALAN JAY LERNER
Music by FREDERICK LOEWE
Original Production Directed and Staged by Moss Hart
Based on “The Once and Future King” by T.H. White
Book Adapted by David Lee
New Orchestrations by Steven Orich

Presented by The Mountain Play Association in Partnership with Ross Valley Players

LERNER AND LOEWE’S CAMELOT is presented through special arrangements with Musical Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI. www.MTIShows.com

Venue: Barn Theatre on the grounds of the Marin Art & Garden Center
Performance Times: Thursday 7:30 p.m., Fridays & Saturdays 8 p.m., Sundays 2 p.m. Seating begins a half-hour before the performance starts.

Run Time:
ACT I is 1 hr. 6 mins
ACT II is 48 mins
15 Minute Intermission 

Covid Safety Protocols for In-Person Attendance

Everyone in the Barn Theater must show proof of being vaccinated.
Therefore, all performances will be ages 12 and up until the vaccine becomes available for younger audience members.

  • Proof of full vaccination is required for all ticketholders.
  • Patrons who are legally exempted from vaccines (attendees under the age of 12 or those with a medical or religious exemption) may not attend.
  • All ticket holders entering the theatre will be required to show an ID with photo and full name, and proof of vaccination. A physical vaccination card, picture of your vaccination card, or digital vaccination record will suffice. California residents may obtain a digital vaccination card at MyVaccineRecord.cdph.ca.gov.
  • Proof of vaccination must indicate that it has been at least 14 days since the patron’s last vaccination dose (two doses are required for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, one for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine).
  • All ticket holders are required to wear face masks inside the venue.
  • No concessions will be sold.
  • No talk-backs or post-show actor meet & greets will take place.
  • Additionally, we crafted protocols that our staff and artists must follow during the continuing pandemic, including vaccination requirements and testing protocols.
  • Ticket sales/capacity will be – 100% at this time.
  • Hand sanitizer and disposable masks will be available.

Based on orders from health departments, these protocols may change at any time. The agreed-upon policies provide a baseline; additional safety protocols may be put in place.

We invite our audience members to join us in slowing the spread of COVID-19 while reviving our region’s performing arts scene.

Borrowing from the Arthurian legends, Lerner and Loewe’s CAMELOT is the duo’s fantastical masterpiece which triumphed on Broadway in a legendary original production that led to a film version, and numerous revivals in New York, London, and across the globe. Its Original Broadway Cast Album topped the charts for 60 weeks, with a rich score boasting such gems as “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “I Loved You Once in Silence,” “The Lusty Month of May,” and of course, “Camelot.” This small-cast version has been re-imagined specifically for a small ensemble to tell the tale of these memorable, legendary characters in a more intimate setting.

An idealistic King Arthur hopes to create a kingdom built on honor and dignity, embodied by his Knights of The Round Table. His Ideals, however, are tested when his lovely queen, Guenevere, falls in love with the young Knight, Lancelot, and the fate of the kingdom hangs in the balance.

Barn Theatre – For directions, CLICK HERE
Home of Ross Valley Players on the grounds of the
Marin Art and Garden Center
30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
Ross, CA
FREE PARKING

CAMELOT Cast, with Phillip Harris as Arthur.Cast of Camelot

MATT SKINNER (Reveler #1, Squire Dap, Mordred): Matt Skinner is ecstatic to be making his Mountain Play debut! This is his first live production in two years. Previous roles include Young Scrooge in SCROOGE IN LOVE! (42nd Street Moon), Matt in THE FANTASTICKS (TVRT), Tony in BILLY ELLIOT (Woodminster), Tim Price in AMERICAN PSYCHO (ROLT; West Coast premiere), Phoebus in THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (TVRT), Sir Harry in ONCE UPON A MATTRESS (DMT), and Thomas Jefferson in 1776 (TVRT). Matt couldn’t be more grateful to be performing live again!

ANNA VORPERIAN (Reveler #2, Dinadan): Anna Vorperian is excited to be back on stage, performing in Mountain Play’s production of CAMELOT! She has been performing throughout the north bay since the age of seven. Her very first show was GUYS & DOLLS with Marilyn Izdebski Productions, and she’s been hooked ever since. Her favorite roles include Diana Morales in A CHORUS LINE (NTC), Vanessa in IN THE HEIGHTS (Throckmorton), and Audrey in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Stapleton).

DAVID SCHILLER (Reveler #3, Sagramore): David Schiller has been seen in Marin County as Professor Harold Hill in THE MUSIC MAN and Tateh in RAGTIME (Throckmorton) and as Bill in MAMMA MIA! (The Mountain Play!). He is an artist and educator with an eye on encouraging all those he comes in contact with towards presence and equanimity. A world traveler, game designer, yoga/meditation teacher, and sacred clown, he has a fondness for laughter, community, and dark chocolate.

RACHEL MENENDEZ (Reveler #4, Lionel): Rachel Menendez is a Bay Area-based artist and educator. Recent theatre credits include Ophelia in HAMLET with Marin Shakespeare Company’s student matinee program and Blanche in …AND JESUS MOONWALKS THE MISSISSIPPI with African-American Shakespeare Company. She has also worked as a casting intern at Manhattan Theatre Club and as Production Manager for Throckmorton Theatre. She co-created TELEGRAPH AVE, an upcoming web series set in Oakland that follows the lives of three young women navigating modern intimacy. She received her BFA in Musical Theatre from UC Irvine. rachelmenendez.com

ALEXANDRA FRY (Reveler #5, Tom): Alexandra Fry has loved visiting CAMELOT this past month! She is a COM sophomore and secretary of the drama club. Previously Bess in HUNTING AND GATHERING (COM), TOMMY, A CHORUS LINE, and GYPSY (NTC), Rosalie Wells in THE CHILDREN’S HOUR (RVP), Hannah in NEWSIES (Katie and Co), and Audrey in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Rhythms). In 2020, she won the Judges choice musical theater solo at LENEA Theater Festival. When not on stage she is usually hiking, reading, and memorizing historical fun facts. Big thanks to the cast and crew and her childhood cat named…Lancelot.

PHILLIP HARRIS (Reveler #6, Arthur): Phillip Harris has sung as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and in Davies Hall with San Francisco Symphony. A winner of the Encouragement Award from the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, he has sung over twenty roles in opera/operetta/musical theater and has a CD available on all major streaming platforms, Phillip Harris in Recital with Damien Sneed. He also released a book on composer and arranger Jacqueline Hairston entitled, Songs and Spirituals The Life and Music of Jacqueline Hairston. He has been the music director for three shows at MoonSchool and will music direct Camelot with Mountain Play this fall. Phillip has taught every level of music from elementary to graduate school.  He is vocal music director at Head-Royce School and an adjunct professor at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. An alumnus of UCLA, UCI, and the University of Michigan, he holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. More information is available at philliplnharris.com.

KRISTA JOY SERPA (Reveler #7, Guenevere): Krista Joy Serpa is overjoyed to be making her Mountain Play debut. A Central Valley native, she joined the Bay Area scene with 6th Street Playhouse & Lucky Penny’s BONNIE & CLYDE and has considered North Bay a second home ever since. Other favorite adventures include Little Red in INTO THE WOODS (NTC/Spreckels; SFBATCC Best Supporting Actress nominee,) Mallory/Avril in CITY OF ANGELS (Cinnabar,) Hope in URINETOWN (Los Altos Stage Company,) and Maria in THE SOUND OF MUSIC (Modesto Performing Arts.) This performance is dedicated to her Beppe, who first showed her CAMELOT, and in memory of Aaron, who helped her believe. For Adam, always.

IZAAK HEATH (Reveler #8, Lancelot): Izaak Heath is thrilled to play Lancelot with Mountain Play. A student of acting at College Of Marin and Voice Acting at Voicetrax, he’s had experience acting all around the bay. His favorite roles are Clifford Bradshaw in RVP’s CABARET, Tybalt in COM’s ROMEO AND JULIET, and D’Artagnan at Douglass Morris Theatre Company. He would like to thank his family and Lisa Morse for helping his pursuit in acting.

Directed by ZOË SWENSON GRAHAM

Zoë Swenson-Graham returned to the Bay Area in 2015 after living in London for nearly seven years, where she worked as an actor, dancer, and trained as a stage combat instructor and fight choreographer– working around the UK teaching in various drama schools, and working with organizations such as the Royal Opera House, The Globe, Southwark Playhouse and The Kings Head Theatre. Since returning to the Bay, Zoe has choreographed for and taught with the American Conservatory Theatre, Berkeley Rep School of Theatre, Oakland School of the Arts, Sierra Repertory Theatre Company, Broadway By The Bay, East Bay Center for the Performing Arts, YMTC, Palo Alto Children’s Theatre, Mountain Play Association and MoonSchool with 42nd Street Moon. At the Mountain Play, she has performed in Peter Pan and Grease, performed in and choreographed the fights for West Side Story, fight choreography for Beauty and the Beast, and co-choreographed Mamma Mia: she absolutely loves the mountain! Dance choreography credits include: Newsies (Hillbarn Theatre), Camelot (Sierra Rep Theatre), Mamma Mia (Mountain Play and Hillbarn Theatre), White Christmas (Sierra Rep Theatre Company), The Producers, A Chorus Line, Company (Mayhem Musical Theatre Company, London) and she worked as the Associate Choreographer on Music Man and Saturday Night Fever at Broadway By the Bay. Directing credits include: Bring it On (The Musical), She Kills Monsters, and A Chorus Line.  Zoe’s horror film Lasso features her acting and stunt work, which was released internationally last year, and her motion capture and voiceover work will be seen in an upcoming feature film. Zoe still loves to perform on stage, most recently appearing in Cabaret at the SF Playhouse and A Chorus Line at Sierra Repertory Theatre. She is also thrilled to be back on the mountain next summer choreographing Hello, Dolly! She would like to thank her partner David for his endless love and support, and dedicates this show to you, dear audience member, as we get to celebrate being together for live theatre once again.

Music Director- Phillip Harris

Musical Direction by PHILLIP HARRIS

Phillip Harris has sung as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and in Davies Hall with San Francisco Symphony. A winner of the Encouragement Award from the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, he has sung over twenty roles in opera/operetta/musical theater and has a CD available on all major streaming platforms, Phillip Harris in Recital with Damien Sneed. He also released a book on composer and arranger Jacqueline Hairston entitled Songs and Spirituals The Life and Music of Jacqueline Hairston. He has been the music director for three shows at MoonSchool and will music direct Camelot with Mountain Play this fall.
Phillip has taught every level of music from elementary to graduate school.  He is vocal music director at Head-Royce School and an adjunct professor at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. An alumnus of UCLA, UCI, and the University of Michigan, he holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. More information is available at philliplnharris.com.

Covid Safety Protocols for In-Person Attendance

Everyone in the Barn Theater must show proof of being vaccinated.
Therefore, all performances will be ages 12 and up until the vaccine  becomes available for younger audience members.

  • Proof of full vaccination is required for all ticket holders.
  • Patrons who are legally exempted from vaccines (attendees under the age of 12 or those with a medical or religious exemption) may not attend.
  • All ticket holders entering the theatre will be required to show an ID with photo and full name and proof of vaccination. A physical vaccination card, picture of your vaccination card, or digital vaccination record will suffice. California residents may obtain a digital vaccination card at MyVaccineRecord.cdph.ca.gov.
  • Proof of vaccination must indicate that it has been at least 14 days since the patron’s last vaccination dose (two doses are required for the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, one for the Johnson & Johnson vaccine).
  • All ticket holders are required to wear face masks inside the venue.
  • As of this time, no concessions will be sold.
  • As of this time, no talk-backs or post-show actor meet & greets will take place.
  • Additionally, we crafted protocols which our staff and artists must follow during the continuing pandemic including vaccination requirements and testing protocols.
  • Ticket sales/capacity will be – 100% at this time.
  • Hand sanitizer and disposable masks will be available.

Based on orders from health departments, these protocols may change at any time. The agreed upon policies provide a baseline; additional safety protocols may be put in place.

We invite our audience members to join us in slowing the spread of COVID-19 while reviving our region’s performing arts scene.

Borrowing from the Arthurian legends, Lerner and Loewe’s CAMELOT is the duo’s fantastical masterpiece which triumphed on Broadway in a legendary original production that led to a film version, and numerous revivals in New York, London and across the globe. Its Original Broadway Cast Album topped the charts for 60 weeks, with a rich score boasting such gems as “If Ever I Would Leave You,” “I Loved You Once in Silence,” “The Lusty Month of May,” and of course, “Camelot.” This small-cast version has been re-imagined specifically for a small ensemble to tell the tale of these memorable, legendary characters in a more intimate setting.

An idealistic King Arthur hopes to create a kingdom built on honor and dignity, embodied by his Knights of The Round Table. His Ideals, however, are tested when his lovely queen, Guenevere, falls in love with the young Knight, Lancelot, and the fate of the kingdom hangs in the balance.

Barn Theatre – for Directions, CLICK HERE
Home of Ross Valley Players on the grounds of the
Marin Art and Garden Center
30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd.
Ross, CA
FREE PARKING

CAMELOT Cast, with Phillip Harris as Arthur.Cast of Camelot

MATT SKINNER (Reveler #1, Squire Dap, Mordred): Matt Skinner is ecstatic to be making his Mountain Play debut! This is his first live production in two years. Previous roles include Young Scrooge in SCROOGE IN LOVE! (42nd Street Moon), Matt in THE FANTASTICKS (TVRT), Tony in BILLY ELLIOT (Woodminster), Tim Price in AMERICAN PSYCHO (ROLT; West Coast premiere), Phoebus in THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME (TVRT), Sir Harry in ONCE UPON A MATTRESS (DMT), and Thomas Jefferson in 1776 (TVRT). Matt couldn’t be more grateful to be performing live again!

ANNA VORPERIAN (Reveler #2, Dinadan): Anna Vorperian is excited to be back on stage, performing in Mountain Play’s production of CAMELOT! She has been performing throughout the north bay since the age of seven. Her very first show was GUYS & DOLLS with Marilyn Izdebski Productions and she’s been hooked ever since. Her favorite roles include Diana Morales in A CHORUS LINE (NTC), Vanessa in IN THE HEIGHTS (Throckmorton), and Audrey in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Stapleton).

DAVID SCHILLER (Reveler #3, Sagramore): David Schiller has been seen in Marin County as Professor Harold Hill in THE MUSIC MAN and Tateh in RAGTIME (Throckmorton) and as Bill in MAMMA MIA! (The Mountain Play!). He is an artist and educator with an eye on encouraging all those he comes in contact with towards presence and equanimity. A world traveler, game designer, yoga/meditation teacher, and sacred clown, he has a fondness for laughter, community, and dark chocolate.

RACHEL MENENDEZ (Reveler #4, Lionel): Rachel Menendez is a Bay Area-based artist and educator. Recent theatre credits include Ophelia in HAMLET with Marin Shakespeare Company’s student matinee program and Blanche in …AND JESUS MOONWALKS THE MISSISSIPPI with African-American Shakespeare Company. She has also worked as a casting intern at Manhattan Theatre Club and as Production Manager for Throckmorton Theatre. She co-created TELEGRAPH AVE, an upcoming web series set in Oakland that follows the lives of three young women navigating modern intimacy. She received her BFA in Musical Theatre from UC Irvine. rachelmenendez.com

ALEXANDRA FRY (Reveler #5, Tom): Alexandra Fry has loved visiting CAMELOT this past month! She is a COM sophomore and secretary of the drama club. Previously Bess in HUNTING AND GATHERING (COM), TOMMY, A CHORUS LINE, and GYPSY (NTC), Rosalie Wells in THE CHILDREN’S HOUR (RVP), Hannah in NEWSIES (Katie and Co), and Audrey in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Rhythms). In 2020, she won the Judges choice musical theater solo at LENEA Theater Festival. When not onstage she is usually hiking, reading, and memorizing historical fun facts. Big thanks to the cast and crew, and her childhood cat named…Lancelot.

PHILLIP HARRIS (Reveler #6, Arthur): Phillip Harris has sung as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and in Davies Hall with San Francisco Symphony. A winner of the Encouragement Award from the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, he has sung over twenty roles in opera/operetta/musical theater and has a CD available on all major streaming platforms, Phillip Harris in Recital with Damien Sneed. He also released a book on composer and arranger Jacqueline Hairston entitled, Songs and Spirituals The Life and Music of Jacqueline Hairston. He has been the music director for three shows at MoonSchool and will music direct Camelot with Mountain Play this fall. Phillip has taught every level of music from elementary to graduate school.  He is vocal music director at Head-Royce School and an adjunct professor at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. An alumnus of UCLA, UCI, and the University of Michigan, he holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. More information is available at philliplnharris.com.

KRISTA JOY SERPA (Reveler #7, Guenevere): Krista Joy Serpa is overjoyed to be making her Mountain Play debut. A Central Valley native, she joined the Bay Area scene with 6th Street Playhouse & Lucky Penny’s BONNIE & CLYDE and has considered North Bay a second home ever since. Other favorite adventures include Little Red in INTO THE WOODS (NTC/Spreckels; SFBATCC Best Supporting Actress nominee,) Mallory/Avril in CITY OF ANGELS (Cinnabar,) Hope in URINETOWN (Los Altos Stage Company,) and Maria in THE SOUND OF MUSIC (Modesto Performing Arts.) This performance is dedicated to her Beppe, who first showed her CAMELOT, and in memory of Aaron, who helped her believe. For Adam, always.

IZAAK HEATH (Reveler #8, Lancelot): Izaak Heath is thrilled to play Lancelot with Mountain Play. A student of acting at College Of Marin and Voice Acting at Voicetrax, he’s had experience acting all around the bay. His favorite roles are Clifford Bradshaw in RVP’s CABARET, Tybalt in COM’s ROMEO AND JULIET and D’Artagnan at Douglass Morris Theatre Company. He would like to thank his family and Lisa Morse for helping his pursuit in acting.

Directed by ZOË SWENSON GRAHAM

Zoë Swenson-Graham returned to the Bay Area in 2015 after living in London for nearly seven years, where she worked as an actor, dancer, and trained as a stage combat instructor and fight choreographer– working around the UK teaching in various drama schools, and working with organizations such as the Royal Opera House, The Globe, Southwark Playhouse and The Kings Head Theatre. Since returning to the Bay, Zoe has choreographed for and taught with the American Conservatory Theatre, Berkeley Rep School of Theatre, Oakland School of the Arts, Sierra Repertory Theatre Company, Broadway By The Bay, East Bay Center for the Performing Arts, YMTC, Palo Alto Children’s Theatre, Mountain Play Association and MoonSchool with 42nd Street Moon. At the Mountain Play, she has performed in Peter Pan and Grease, performed in and choreographed the fights for West Side Story, fight choreography for Beauty and the Beast, and co-choreographed Mamma Mia: she absolutely loves the mountain! Dance choreography credits include: Newsies (Hillbarn Theatre), Camelot (Sierra Rep Theatre), Mamma Mia (Mountain Play and Hillbarn Theatre), White Christmas (Sierra Rep Theatre Company), The Producers, A Chorus Line, Company (Mayhem Musical Theatre Company, London) and she worked as the Associate Choreographer on Music Man and Saturday Night Fever at Broadway By the Bay. Directing credits include: Bring it On (The Musical), She Kills Monsters, and A Chorus Line.  Zoe’s horror film Lasso features her acting and stunt work, which was released internationally last year, and her motion capture and voiceover work will be seen in an upcoming feature film. Zoe still loves to perform on stage, most recently appearing in Cabaret at the SF Playhouse and A Chorus Line at Sierra Repertory Theatre. She is also thrilled to be back on the mountain next summer choreographing Hello, Dolly! She would like to thank her partner David for his endless love and support, and dedicates this show to you, dear audience member, as we get to celebrate being together for live theatre once again.

Music Director- Phillip Harris

Musical Direction by PHILLIP HARRIS

Phillip Harris has sung as a soloist at Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, and in Davies Hall with San Francisco Symphony. A winner of the Encouragement Award from the Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions, he has sung over twenty roles in opera/operetta/musical theater and has a CD available on all major streaming platforms, Phillip Harris in Recital with Damien Sneed. He also released a book on composer and arranger Jacqueline Hairston entitled, Songs and Spirituals The Life and Music of Jacqueline Hairston. He has been the music director for three shows at MoonSchool and will music direct Camelot with Mountain Play this fall.
Phillip has taught every level of music from elementary to graduate school.  He is vocal music director at Head-Royce School and an adjunct professor at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music. An alumnus of UCLA, UCI, and the University of Michigan, he holds a Doctor of Musical Arts from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. More information is available at philliplnharris.com.

MOUNTAIN PLAY 2022

Coming May - June 2022

HELLO, DOLLY!

Opening Sunday May 22, 2022

Directed by JAY MANLEY
Musical Direction by DAVID MÖSCHLER
Choreography by ZO
Ë
SWENSON GRAHAM

Book by MICHAEL STEWART
Lyrics by JERRY HERMAN
Based on the play “The Matchmaker” by Thornton Wilder

Original Production Directed and Choreographed by Gower Champion
Produced for the Broadway Stage by David Merrick and Champion Five, Inc.

HELLO, DOLLY!
is presented by arrangement with TAMS-WITMARK
www.tamswitmark.com

Sunday May 22, May 29, June 5, June 12, and June 19
Saturday June 11

Weather back up date: Saturday June 18

Hello, Dolly!, the blockbuster Broadway hit, bursts with humor, romance, high-energy dancing, and some of the greatest songs in musical theater history. The romantic and comic exploits of Dolly Gallaher-Levi, turn-of-the-century matchmaker and “woman who arranges things,” are certain to thrill and entertain audiences of all ages again and again. 

Jerry Herman’s feel-good score includes such memorable songs as “Put on Your Sunday Clothes,” “Ribbons Down My Back,” “Before the Parade Passes By,” “Elegance,” “It Only Takes a Moment,” and the title song “Hello, Dolly.”

This one-of a kind mountaintop event takes Bay Area theatre-goers of all ages to the pinnacle of musical theatre experience.

Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre, or the Mountain Theatre, is a 3750-stone seat, open-air venue in Mount Tamalpais State Park, in Marin County. It has redwood groves and oak woodlands with a spectacular view from its 2,571-foot peak. On a clear day, visitors can see the Farallon Islands 25 miles out to sea, the Marin County hills, San Francisco and the bay, hills and cities of the East Bay, and Mount Diablo. The theatre is remote, therefore, remember to come prepared! Cell phone signal can be spotty. Bring water and whatever you need to protect you from sun exposure. CLICK HERE for a list of suggested things to bring with you to enjoy the show.

For Directions to the Amphitheatre 

Coming Soon! Check back Fall 2021

Directed by JAY MANLEY
Musical Direction by DAVID MÖSCHLER
Choreography by ZO
Ë 
SWENSON GRAHAM

MOUNTAIN PLAY 2022

Coming May - June 2022

HELLO, DOLLY!

Opening Sunday May 22, 2022

Directed by JAY MANLEY
Musical Direction by DAVID MÖSCHLER
Choreography by ZO
Ë
SWENSON GRAHAM

Book by MICHAEL STEWART
Lyrics by JERRY HERMAN
Based on the play “The Matchmaker” by Thornton Wilder

Original Production Directed and Choreographed by Gower Champion
Produced for the Broadway Stage by David Merrick and Champion Five, Inc.

HELLO, DOLLY!
is presented by arrangement with TAMS-WITMARK
www.tamswitmark.com

Sunday May 22, May 29, June 5, June 12, and June 19
Saturday June 11

Weather back up date: Saturday June 18

Hello, Dolly!, the blockbuster Broadway hit, bursts with humor, romance, high-energy dancing, and some of the greatest songs in musical theater history. The romantic and comic exploits of Dolly Gallaher-Levi, turn-of-the-century matchmaker and “woman who arranges things,” are certain to thrill and entertain audiences of all ages again and again. 

Jerry Herman’s feel-good score includes such memorable songs as “Put on Your Sunday Clothes,” “Ribbons Down My Back,” “Before the Parade Passes By,” “Elegance,” “It Only Takes a Moment,” and the title song “Hello, Dolly.”

This one-of a kind mountaintop event takes Bay Area theatre-goers of all ages to the pinnacle of musical theatre experience.

Cushing Memorial Amphitheatre, or the Mountain Theatre, is a 3750-stone seat, open-air venue in Mount Tamalpais State Park, in Marin County. It has redwood groves and oak woodlands with a spectacular view from its 2,571-foot peak. On a clear day, visitors can see the Farallon Islands 25 miles out to sea, the Marin County hills, San Francisco and the bay, hills and cities of the East Bay, and Mount Diablo. The theatre is remote, therefore, remember to come prepared! Cell phone signal can be spotty. Bring water and whatever you need to protect you from sun exposure. CLICK HERE for a list of suggested things to bring with you to enjoy the show.

For Directions to the Amphitheatre 

Coming Soon. Check back Fall 2021

Directed by JAY MANLEY
Musical Direction by DAVID MÖSCHLER
Choreography by ZO
Ë
SWENSON GRAHAM