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Come celebrate Tony Taccone’s final season
(Oh, and it’s also our 50th anniversary season)

“Since I announced that this would be my final season, people have been asking how I’d like to commemorate that milestone in its programming. My answer is to keep doing what we’ve been doing—that is, to produce audacious work by masterful artists who have something to tell us. I’m thrilled that Les Waters and Mary Zimmerman, directors whose work I’ve been honored to champion over my tenure here, are among them—and I’m excited to bring artists like our commissioned playwright Jackie Sibblies Drury to our audience for the first time, and acclaimed creator Geoff Sobelle back to Berkeley Rep. I can’t imagine a more inspiring array of work to comprise my last season and Berkeley Rep’s 50th anniversary.”—Tony Taccone, Artistic Director

Since 1968, we’ve stood for ambitious art, raw talent, and fearless audiences. Audiences that don’t sit back and watch, they engage. Audiences like you. Join us.

A Doll’s House, Part 2

By Lucas Hnath
Directed by Les Waters
Main Season · Roda Theatre
September 6–October 21, 2018

“Smart, funny and utterly engrossing”—New York Times

Welcome to A Doll’s House, Part 2—a fiercely intelligent and theatrically scintillating play that delighted audiences both on Broadway and off.

Who’s that knocking on the door? Nora is back in this audacious Tony Award-nominated comedy. It’s been 15 years since she slammed that same door on her marriage and children in the revolutionary final scene of Ibsen’s signature play. Now a successful yet scandalous writer, she’s being blackmailed by a judge and needs her former husband’s help. But her family has a few grievances they need to air first.

No worries—familiarity with Ibsen is not required to utterly, thoroughly, and unequivocally enjoy this play.

Co-production with Huntington Theatre Company

Fairview

By Jackie Sibblies Drury
Directed by Sarah Benson
Choreography by Raja Feather Kelly
Limited Season · Peet’s Theatre
World premiere production
October 4–November 4, 2018

“Dazzling…If you see it—and you must—you will not be comfortable…a glorious, scary reminder of the unmatched power of live theater to rattle, rile, and shake us wide awake.”—New York Times

Witness the work of Jackie Sibblies Drury—one of the brightest voices in American theatre today—as she tackles our thorniest questions about society and race in a fully unpredictable and thrilling theatrical experience.

It begins simply enough: It’s Grandma’s birthday, and Beverly needs the family’s celebration to be perfect. But her husband is no help, her brother hasn’t arrived, and her teenage daughter may be in trouble. What’s more, they are being watched…and judged. Soon, the attitudes and assumptions of these watchers begin to manifest in the family’s celebration, forcing them to fight for their very identities.

In association with Soho Rep.

Paradise Square: An American Musical

Music by Jason Howland and Larry Kirwan
Lyrics by Nathan Tysen
Book by Marcus Gardley, Craig Lucas, and Larry Kirwan
Based on the songs of Stephen Foster
Conceived by Larry Kirwan
Supplemental Lyrics by Larry Kirwan and George Cooper
Arrangements by Jason Howland and Larry Kirwan
Musical Supervision and Orchestrations by Jason Howland
Choreography by Bill T. Jones
Directed by Moisés Kaufman
Main Season · Roda Theatre
World premiere
December 27, 2018–February 17, 2019

Obie Award-winning director Moisés Kaufman (The Laramie Project and Master Class), award-winning playwrights Marcus Gardley (The House that will not Stand) and Craig Lucas (Amélie), and lyricist Nathan Tysen (Amélie) return to Berkeley Rep along with Tony Award-winning choreographer Bill T. Jones to bring you this incredible musical based on extraordinary real-life stories.

It’s 1863 and in a 20-block area of Manhattan known as the Five Points, Black and Irish Americans live side by side, work together, marry, and for a brief period realize racial harmony. However, the intensifying Civil War soon results in the first-ever Federal draft, leading to riots as whites are called to enlist while blacks are barred from serving. Will the hard-won bonds of friendship, community, and family in the Five Points prevail or be severed forever?

Calling upon a variety of musical and dance traditions including Irish step-dancing and African traditional forms (Juba dancing), as well as new ones created from their fusion (tap dance), Paradise Square subverts and reframes some of the most popular music of the 19th century while honoring and celebrating this unique neighborhood’s diverse inhabitants, whose passionate, moving, and heartbreaking experiences burn in our imaginations today.

Paradise Square is produced by special arrangement with Garth H. Drabinsky in association with Peter LeDonne and Teatro Proscenium Limited Partnership

Metamorphoses

Based on the myths of Ovid
Written and Directed by Mary Zimmerman
from the translation by David R. Slavitt
Main Season · Peet’s Theatre
January 24–March 10, 2019

“…we give our mythic side scant attention these days. As a result, a great deal escapes us…”

Berkeley Rep presented Mary Zimmerman’s breathtaking Metamorphoses at the turn of the millennium—it later received a Broadway run and garnered her a Tony Award. She’s become a Berkeley Rep favorite, enthralling audiences with eight gorgeous productions. Don’t miss your chance to experience her signature tour de force, the provocative and mesmerizing Metamorphoses.

Dreams and reality collide with gods and mortals in Mary Zimmerman’s ode to the power of love—and the shadows that lurk beneath it. From a 24-foot wading pool in our intimate 400-seat theatre, she summons Ovid’s classical tales of passion, betrayal, hope, and transformation, inviting us into a realm of shared cultural myths and beautiful, unshakable visions.

Co-production with the Guthrie Theater

Home

Created by Geoff Sobelle
Scenic Concept by Steven Dufala
Directed by Lee Sunday Evans
Original Songs by Elvis Perkins
Limited Season · Roda Theatre
March 22–April 21, 2019

“An invitation to this Home is very much worth saying yes to!”—Boston Globe

Straight from acclaimed performances at BAM in New York and venues around the world, Obie Award-winning physical theatre artist Geoff Sobelle and his ensemble of actors, dancers, and designers treat you to an enchanting visual and immersive spectacle.

Right before your eyes, a two-story house is conjured from the shadows. Residents past, present, and future rollick through its rooms in an impromptu dance that defies time and space, magically transforming our mundane everyday tasks into a glorious, intimate, and profound celebration.

A dreamlike infusion of illusion, live music, story, and ingenious engineering, this captivating show invites you to make its house your Home.

The Good Book

By Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson
Directed by Lisa Peterson
Main Season · Peet’s Theatre
April 25–June 9, 2019

“In the beginning was the Word…”

Denis O’Hare and Lisa Peterson (the team behind An Iliad) apply their formidable creative energy to unearth the all-too-human formation of the most influential book in Western history—the Bible.

This powerful play weaves together three distinct yet connected stories: a devout young man struggling to reconcile his belief with his identity; an atheist biblical scholar trying to find meaning as she faces her own mortality; and the creative journey of the Bible itself—from ancient Mesopotamia to medieval Ireland to suburban America—through the many hands, minds, hearts, and circumstances that molded this incredibly potent testament to the human spirit.

Kiss My Aztec!

Book by John Leguizamo and Tony Taccone
Music by Benjamin Velez
Lyrics by David Kamp, Benjamin Velez, and John Leguizamo
Based on an original screenplay written by John Leguizamo and Stephen Chbosky
Directed by Tony Taccone
Main Season · Roda Theatre
World premiere
May 28–July 14, 2019

“I’m-a cast a spell to dispel ya supposition
That Latin America is Latin by definition”

This fresh, irreverent, and outrageous satirical musical comedy could only spring forth from the insanely hilarious and culturally savvy mind of John Leguizamo (who seriously schooled Berkeley Rep audiences with Latin History for Morons). With an energetic musical fusion of bolero, hip hop, merengue, and rap, and an uproarious mashup of 16th-century and modern slang, Kiss My Aztec! celebrates, elevates, and commemorates Latinx culture.

It may be the 16th century, but these Aztecs is woke! When the Spanish set their sights on Mesoamerica and its riches, they will destroy anyone and anything that keeps them from conquering and claiming it all for themselves. But the Aztecs are like, “Hell, no!” Led by the unlikely duo of Colombina (a feminist warrior/rapper) and Pepe (a clown)—and empowered by a prophecy promising a new leader called the Great Brown Hope—they plot to overthrow their Spanish colonizers. Along the way they collide with an evil Viceroy, his inbred millennial daughter, and an absurd trio of singing Spanish Inquisitors. Will our Aztec heroes win the day, or get conquistadored by these white people on boats?

Casting for Kiss My Aztec! will be announced at a later date. Please note that John Leguizamo won’t be performing this time—other fantastic actors will be performing this uproarious new musical!

Made possible by a generous grant from

The Roy Cockrum Foundation

3+ play choose-your-own season

5-play Main Season and 7-play Full Season no longer available

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  • Actor Q & A’s after select performances.

Important note about pre-paid parking for the 2018–19 season

The Center Street garage directly across from the Theatre is set to reopen October 2018. The newly built garage will feature more than double the spaces of the old garage, advanced wayfinding to direct you to available spaces, and a dedicated online portal for pre-purchasing and exchanging parking. We’ll provide more details once everything is finalized. Since the new garage will allow people to buy parking tickets in advance, Berkeley Rep will not be selling pre-paid parking in the 2018–19 season, but we will keep the Arts Passage open until the Center Street garage opens.

The Allston Way Garage offers our patrons $5 validated parking for evening and weekend performances. This offer is valid after 4pm Monday through Friday or at any time on Saturday or Sunday. Insert your garage-issued parking ticket into one of the validation machines in our theatre lobbies. You’ll be charged $5 for parking when you return to the garage. Please note that on rare occasions, this offer may not be available.

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Main and Full Season packages no longer available

Please select a 3+ choose-your-own package, or call the box office at 510 647–2949 to subscribe.

When you subscribe to our 5-play Main Season or 7-play Full Season subscription packages, you demonstrate your support for our diverse programming of powerful stories told through imaginative storytelling by incredible artists.

You’ll enjoy

  • The best tickets prices: Save the most over single ticket prices as a “thank you” for your support.
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  • The most consistent experience: The same seats for every Main Season show in each theatre—which you can keep from year to year.
  • And all the other advantages of being a subscriber.

5-play Main Season no longer available

See the core shows Tony has selected for his final season.

Your package includes

  • A Doll’s House, Part 2; Paradise Square: An American Musical; Metamorphoses; The Good Book; and Kiss My Aztec!

7-play Full Season no longer available

See everything Tony has selected for his final season!

Your package includes

  • Everything in the 5-play Main Season, plus the Limited Season productions of Fairview and Home.

See the seven plays in our Full Season

Please select a 3+ choose-your-own package, or call the box office at 510 647–2949 to subscribe.

Performance Premium A B Discounts available (see details below)
Preview (Tue 8pm · Wed 7pm · Thu 8pm) * n/a n/a n/a  
Preview (Fri 8pm · Sat 8pm) * n/a n/a n/a  
Preview (Sun 7pm) * n/a n/a n/a  
Tuesday 8pm $430 $346 $232 Educator · Under 35
Wednesday 7pm $430 $346 $232 Under 35
Thursday 2pm ** n/a $362 $246 Senior · Under 35
Thursday 8pm $443 $362 $252 Under 35
Friday 8pm $528 $458 $353 Educator · Under 35
Saturday 2pm n/a $408 $290 Senior · Under 35
Saturday 8pm $612 $508 $374 Under 35
Sunday 2pm n/a $408 $290 Senior · Under 35
Sunday 7pm $478 $408 $290 Educator · Under 35

* Preview subscriptions available to 7-play subscribers only.
** There are no Thursday matinees for the two Limited Season shows: Fairview and Home. For the Limited Season you will be scheduled for a Saturday or Sunday matinee.
Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first-choice, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

See the five plays in our Main Season

Please select a 3+ choose-your-own package, or call the box office at 510 647–2949 to subscribe.

Performance Premium A B Discounts available (see details below)
Tuesday 8pm $314 $254 $170 Educator · Under 35
Wednesday 7pm $314 $254 $170 Under 35
Thursday 2pm n/a $254 $170 Senior · Under 35
Thursday 8pm $325 $268 $186 Under 35
Friday 8pm $384 $334 $259 Educator · Under 35
Saturday 2pm n/a $300 $214 Senior · Under 35
Saturday 8pm $444 $368 $274 Under 35
Sunday 2pm n/a $300 $214 Senior · Under 35
Sunday 7pm $350 $300 $214 Educator · Under 35

Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first-choice, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

Discounts available

Previews
The first performances of each subscription show are previews. We’re still fine-tuning the show. Previews are perfect for adventurous theatregoers who want to get in early on the creative conversation.

Under 35
Save 50% on tickets to any performance. Not available for previews or opening night. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Senior (65+)
Receive $5 discount per play on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday matinee subscription packages. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Pre-K–12 educator & employee
Select seats in sections A or B—you and a friend save up to 30% on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday evening performances. Not available for previews. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates in order to bring you extraordinary theatre.

Choose-your-own

3+ play Choose-your-own seasonCelebrate our 50th anniversary season on your own terms.

If you desire more flexibility (and don’t mind paying a bit more), our 3+ play packages offer the utmost in flexibility, allowing you to select not only the specific plays you want in your package, but also to vary your performance day/time and pricing section.

You’ll still enjoy

  • Great savings: Consistent savings off single ticket prices.
  • Early-bird seating: Preferred seating before the general public.
  • And all the other advantages of being a subscriber.

Please note: Your seats will vary from show to show.


Choose only the shows you want to see (3+ plays)

We have two price groups for plays, as indicated in the table below.
Group I: Pricing for Paradise Square: An American Musical; Metamorphoses; and Kiss My Aztec!
Group II: Pricing for A Doll’s House, Part 2; Fairview; Home; and The Good Book

Prices are per play. Select a subscription package from the list below.

Performance Premium *
Group I / II
A
Group I / II
B
Group I / II
Discounts available
(see details below)
Tuesday 8pm $80 / 60 $70 / 50 $50 / 35 Educator · Under 35
Wednesday 7pm $80 / 60 $70 / 50 $50 / 35 Under 35
Thursday 2pm ** $80 / 60 $70 / 50 $50 / 35 Senior · Under 35
Thursday 8pm $90 / 65 $75 / 52 $60 / 40 Under 35
Friday 8pm $100 / 76 $85 / 66 $75 / 52 Educator · Under 35
Saturday 2pm $95 / 68 $80 / 57 $70 / 45 Senior · Under 35
Saturday 8pm $105 / 90 $90 / 72 $80 / 57 Under 35
Sunday 2pm $95 / 68 $80 / 57 $70 / 45 Senior · Under 35
Sunday 7pm $95 / 68 $80 / 57 $70 / 45 Educator · Under 35

* Premium seats available to subscribers of five or more plays. Not available online—please call the box office.
** There are no Thursday matinees for the two Limited Season shows: Fairview and Home. For the Limited Season you will be scheduled for a Saturday or Sunday matinee.
Please note: Seating in some sections is extremely limited. If we are unable to accommodate your first-choice, we will seat you in the next-best price section.

Discounts available

Under 35
Save 50% on tickets to any performance. Not available for previews or opening night. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

Senior (65+)
Choose five or more plays—receive $5 discount per play on Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday matinees. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered. Not available online—please call the box office.

Pre-K–12 educator & employee
Choose five or more plays, and select seats in sections A or B—you and a friend save up to 30% on Tuesday, Friday, and Sunday evening performances. Not available for previews. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered. Not available online—please call the box office.

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates in order to bring you extraordinary theatre.

Series dates for 2018–19 season

Main Season series dates

Limited Season series dates

Series code Day / Time Doll’s House, Part 2 Paradise Square Metamorphoses Good Book Kiss My Aztec!   Series code Day / Time Fairview Home
A3 pre. Thu 8pm 9/6 1/3 1/24 4/25 5/30   J3 pre. Thu 8pm 10/4  
A4 pre. Fri 8pm 9/7 1/4 1/25 4/26 5/31   J4 pre. Fri 8pm 10/5 3/22
A5 pre. Sat 8pm 9/8 1/5 1/26 4/27 6/1   J5 pre. Sat 8pm 10/6 3/23
A6 pre. Sun 7pm 9/9 1/6 1/27 4/28 6/2   J6 pre. Sun 7pm 10/7 3/24 8pm
 
B1 pre. Tue 8pm 9/11 1/8 1/29 4/30 6/4   K1 pre. Tue 8pm 10/9 3/23 2pm*
B2 pre. Wed 7pm 9/12 1/9 1/30 5/1 6/5   K2 pre. Wed 7pm 10/10 3/24 2pm*
B3 open Thu 8pm 9/13 1/10 1/31 5/2 6/6   K3 open Thu 8pm 10/11 3/26*
B4 Fri 8pm 9/14 1/11 2/1 5/3 6/7   K4 Fri 8pm 10/12 4/19
BB Sat 2pm 9/15 1/12 2/2 5/4 6/8   KB Sat 2pm 10/13 3/30
B5 Sat 8pm 9/15 1/12 2/2 5/4 6/8   K5 Sat 8pm 10/13 3/30
BC Sun 2pm 9/16 1/13 2/3 5/5 6/9   KC Sun 2pm 10/14 3/31
B6 Sun 7pm 9/16 1/13 2/3 5/5 6/9   K6 Sun 7pm 10/14 3/31 8pm
 
C1 Tue 8pm 9/18 1/15 2/5 5/7 6/11   L1 Tue 8pm 10/16 4/2
C2 Wed 7pm 9/19 1/16 2/6 5/8 6/12   L2 Wed 7pm 10/17 3/27
CA Thu 2pm 9/20 1/17 2/7 5/9 6/13   L3 Thu 8pm 10/18 4/4
C3 Thu 8pm 9/20 1/17 2/7 5/9 6/13   L4 Q&A Fri 8pm 10/19 4/5
C4 Fri 8pm 9/21 1/18 2/8 5/10 6/14   LB Sat 2pm 10/20 4/6
C5 Sat 8pm 9/22 1/19 2/9 5/11 6/15   L5 Sat 8pm 10/20 4/6
CC Sun 2pm 9/23 1/20 2/10 5/12 6/16   LC Sun 2pm 10/21 4/7
C6 Sun 7pm 9/23 1/20 2/10 5/12 6/16   L6 Sun 7pm 10/21 4/7 8pm
 
D1 Tue 8pm 9/25 1/22 2/12 5/14 6/18   M1 Q&A Tue 8pm 10/23 4/9
D2 Wed 7pm 9/26 1/23 2/13 5/15 6/19   M2 Wed 7pm 10/24 4/10
D3 Q&A Thu 8pm 9/27 1/24 2/14 5/16 6/20   M3 Thu 8pm 10/25 3/28
D4 Fri 8pm 9/28 1/25 2/15 5/17 6/21   M4 Fri 8pm 10/26 4/12
DB Sat 2pm 9/29 1/26 2/16 5/18 6/22   MB Sat 2pm 10/27 4/13
D5 Sat 8pm 9/29 1/26 2/16 5/18 6/22   M5 Sat 8pm 10/27 4/13
DC Sun 2pm 9/30 1/27 2/17 5/19 6/23   MC Sun 2pm 10/28 4/14
D6 Sun 7pm 9/30 1/27 2/17 5/19 6/23   M6 Sun 7pm 10/28 4/14 8pm
 
E1 Q&A Tue 8pm 10/2 1/29 2/19 5/21 6/25   N1 Tue 8pm 10/30 4/16
E2 Wed 7pm 10/3 1/30 2/20 5/22 6/26   N2 Wed 7pm 10/31 4/17
E3 Thu 8pm 10/4 1/31 2/21 5/23 6/27   N3 Q&A Thu 8pm 11/1 4/18
E4 Fri 8pm 10/5 2/1 2/22 5/24 6/28   N4 Fri 8pm 11/2  
EB Sat 2pm 10/6 2/2 2/23 5/25 6/29   NB Sat 2pm 11/3 4/20
E5 Sat 8pm 10/6 2/2 2/23 5/25 6/29   N5 Sat 8pm 11/3 4/20
EC Sun 2pm 10/7 2/3 2/24 5/26 6/30   NC Sun 2pm 11/4 4/21
E6 Sun 7pm 10/7 2/3 2/24 5/26 6/30   N6 Sun 7pm 11/4 4/21 8pm
 
F1 Tue 8pm 10/9 2/5 2/26 6/4 7/2          
F2 Wed 7pm 10/10 2/6 2/27 5/29 7/3          
F3 Thu 8pm 10/11 2/7 2/28 5/30 7/9*          
F4 Q&A Fri 8pm 10/12 2/8 3/1 5/31 7/12          
FB Sat 2pm 10/13 2/9 3/2 6/1 7/6          
F5 Sat 8pm 10/13 2/9 3/2 6/1 7/6          
FC Sun 2pm 10/14 2/10 3/3 6/2 7/7          
F6 Sun 7pm 10/14 2/10 3/3 6/2 7/7          
 
G2 ** Wed 7pm 10/17 2/13 3/6 6/5 7/10          
GA ** Thu 2pm 10/18 2/14 3/7 5/30 7/2*          
G3 ** Thu 8pm 10/18 2/14 3/7 6/6 7/11          
G4 ** Fri 8pm 10/19 2/15 3/8 6/7 7/5          
GB ** Sat 2pm 10/20 2/16 3/9 6/8 7/13          
G5 ** Sat 8pm 10/20 2/16 3/9 6/8 7/13          
GC ** Sun 2pm 10/21 2/17 3/10 6/9 7/14          
G6 ** Sun 7pm 10/21 2/17 3/10 6/9 7/14          

Pre—Preview subscriptions available to 7-play subscribers only.
Open—Opening night is available to Berkeley Rep supporters at the Benefactor level and above.
Q&A—Post-show discussion with our artists
All Tue, Wed, & Thu evening and Sun matinee series—Pre-show docent presentation
All matinee series—Post-show docent discussion
* Performance falls on a different day of the week than the rest of the series.
** Series G is available through renewal only.
† For Home, all Sunday evening performances begin at 8pm.

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates in order to bring you extraordinary theatre.

 

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