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Our community promise to return to live theatre in 2021

We’ve announced our 2021 subscription season!

Artistic Director Johanna Pfaelzer invites you to invest in your future and the future of Berkeley Rep. In addition to our classic subscription, we are introducing two new packages that allow you to be an avid Berkeley Rep audience member with reduced prices and the flexibility you need. See our package pages and FAQs for answers to your questions about these new programs and safety guidelines for our theatres.

Until we can safely reopen our doors, we will bring you new virtual programming from artists like Emma Rice, Raúl Esparza, Hershey Felder, and David Strathairn. Learn more about Rep On-Air.

Now more than ever, Berkeley Rep depends on the support of theatregoers like you. By subscribing to our season, you not only ensure terrific savings over single ticket prices plus other perks, but also ensure that Berkeley Rep can continue to be part of this community.

Join us in 2021

Rep 7-Play

All season shows
Biggest discounts
Preferred seats

$196–$644

One ticket to each of our seven 2021 season productions

Rep-Flex

Most flexibility
No additional fees
Priority booking

$300 All Access Flex
$240 Weekday Flex

Four tickets to be used for any of our 2021 season productions

Rep-Passport

Pay-as-you-go
Unlimited exchanges
Priority booking

$68 per Passport

Access to purchase one discounted ticket per 2021 season production

Announcing our 2021 season

Rest assured that we will not reopen for live performances until we can do so in a safe manner, which we hope will be spring 2021. We will follow state, county, and Berkeley’s Department of Health Services guidelines. In the event we have to cancel a production, you will be entitled to a refund.

Cambodian Rock Band

Written by Lauren Yee
Featuring songs by Dengue Fever
Directed by Chay Yew
A Signature Theatre Production
Roda Theatre

The award-winning hit show that rocked audiences across the country and off Broadway comes to Berkeley Rep! In this darkly funny, electric new play with music, a young woman attempts to piece together her family history and bring a Khmer Rouge war criminal to justice 30 years after her father fled Cambodia. With a live band playing contemporary Dengue Fever hits and classic Cambodian oldies, this thrilling story toggles back and forth in time as father and daughter face the music of the past. San Francisco-born, Steinberg Award-winning playwright Lauren Yee receives her Berkeley Rep debut with Cambodian Rock Band, which was developed in our Ground Floor Summer Residency Lab.

“Yee has made her characters so joyfully and ridiculously human that it’s impossible—to a heartbreaking degree—not to identify with them.”—Los Angeles Times

“A haunting, wise, political and personally searing show”—Chicago Tribune

Goddess

Conceived by Saheem Ali
Music and lyrics by Michael Thurber
Book by Jocelyn Bioh
Additional material by Mkhululi Z. Mabija
Directed by Saheem Ali
World premiere
Roda Theatre

Berkeley Rep presents the world premiere of a sultry new musical with a book by award-winning playwright Jocelyn Bioh (School Girls; Or, The African Mean Girls Play), a score by composer Michael Thurber, and conceived by director Saheem Ali. A young man returns home to the coastal city of Mombasa, Kenya to marry his fiancée and step into his family’s political dynasty. But when he visits Moto Moto—a steamy afro-jazz club and the stomping ground of his youth—he finds himself drawn to a mysterious new singer. Inspired by the myth of Marimba, who created beautiful songs from her heartbreak, Goddess is infused with contemporary romance, ancient magic, and the irresistible vibes of African, jazz, and R&B music.

Octet

A Chamber Choir Musical
By Dave Malloy
Directed by Annie Tippe
A co-production with Signature Theatre Company
West Coast premiere
Peet’s Theatre

Three-time Tony Award nominee Dave Malloy (Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812) makes his Berkeley Rep debut with his latest award-winning off-Broadway hit, Octet. Eight internet addicts gather IRL to share their stories via a transcendent score for an a cappella chamber choir and an original libretto inspired by online comment boards, scientific debates, religious texts, and Sufi poetry. More than a takedown of our smartphone addictions, Octet is a sublime and revelatory experience that asks how we can find ways to be truly present with each other. Octet was commissioned and received its world premiere at Signature Theatre Company, where Dave Malloy is resident playwright.

Critic’s Pick “Beautiful and absorbing! You’ll feel reassured, alarmed, enlightened and truly thrilled by what you hear.”—New York Times

“Revelatory! Exactly what theatre is for.”—The New Yorker

the ripple, the wave that carried me home

By Christina Anderson
A co-production with Goodman Theatre
World premiere
Peet’s Theatre

In this world premiere commissioned by Berkeley Rep, playwright Christina Anderson exquisitely evokes a story about justice, legacy, memory, and the ultimate challenge of forgiveness. Janice’s parents are prominent activists fighting for the integration of public swimming pools in 1960s Kansas. As injustice penetrates the warm bubble of her childhood, Janice grows apart from her family and starts a new life far away. When she receives a call asking her to speak at a ceremony honoring her father, she must decide whether she’s ready to reckon with her political inheritance and a past she has tried to forget.

“Anderson is a gifted playwright you want to pay attention to. She has the voice of a poet”—Variety

Sanctuary City

By Martyna Majok
West Coast premiere
Peet’s Theatre

Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok brings us an urgent story about the power of perseverance, the promise of safety, and the question of who is entitled to pursue life, liberty, and happiness. Two young DREAMers fight like hell to establish a place for themselves in America, the only country they know as home. Berkeley Rep is proud to give this unforgettable play its West Coast premiere.

“If Martyna Majok’s talent weren’t so impressive and her subject so imperative, it would be easy to leave her in peace with her Pulitzer. But the American theatre needs her sensibility right now.”—Los Angeles Times

Swept Away

Book by John Logan
Music and lyrics by The Avett Brothers
Music arrangements and orchestrations by Chris Miller and Brian Usifer
Choreography by David Neumann
Directed by Michael Mayer
World premiere
Peet’s Theatre

Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer (Spring Awakening, Hedwig and the Angry Inch) blew the roof off Berkeley Rep in 2009 with Green Day’s American Idiot. Now he returns with a captivating world premiere musical, this time featuring a book by Tony Award-winning stage and screen writer John Logan (Red, Broadway’s Moulin Rouge!, Skyfall, Gladiator), and music and lyrics by “America’s biggest roots band” (Rolling Stone) and multiple Grammy Award nominee The Avett Brothers.

1888, off the coast of New Bedford, MA. When a violent storm sinks their whaling ship, the four surviving souls—a young man in search of adventure, his older brother who has sworn to protect him, a captain at the end of a long career at sea, and a worldly first mate who has fallen from grace—each face a reckoning: How far will I go to stay alive? And can I live with the consequences?

Produced by special arrangement with Matthew Masten, Sean Hudock, and MWM Live.

Wintertime

By Charles L. Mee
Directed by Les Waters
Roda Theatre

Berkeley Rep welcomes back Charles L. Mee and Les Waters, who have brought so much delight to our audiences with shows such as Fêtes de la Nuit and Big Love. With a wink to Magritte, a nod to Shakespeare, and a toast to the Greeks, Wintertime plunges us gleefully into the center of the strange and surreal terrain we call love. Jonathan brings Ariel to his family’s summer house in the winter woods and plans to propose. Then his mother Maria arrives with her lover Francois, and his father Frank shows up with his lover Edmund—and soon nothing goes as planned. Generously embracing this family in all their chaotic, beautiful humanity, this exhilarating rollercoaster of a play whisks us up the peaks of romance, then down to the depths of jealous despair, never letting us forget that love, like life, is always in motion.

“Wacky, elegant and amazingly buoyant”—Variety

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates.

Announcing Rep On-Air virtual programming

In the months between now and spring 2021, Berkeley Rep will bring you new virtual programming that features the kind of innovative storytelling that speaks not only to our time, but also to the things we collectively crave. Stories of hope, compassion, and even connection.

Rep On-Air is automatically included in the Rep 7-Play subscription package, a $100+ value. Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport subscribers will need to purchase single tickets to the paid virtual programs they would like to attend. We’ll email subscribers as single tickets for these virtual shows become available.

Romantics Anonymous

Live from Bristol Old Vic
Directed by Emma Rice
Book by Emma Rice
Lyrics by Christopher Dimond
Music by Michael Kooman
Based on the film Les Émotifs Anonymes written by Jean-Pierre Améris and Philippe Blasband
September 26, 2020 · 1pm

Emma Rice has delighted audiences with wondrous shows like The Wild Bride and Tristan & Yseult. And now Wise Children (Emma’s new company), Bristol Old Vic, and Plush Theatricals will produce her critically acclaimed musical adaptation of Romantics Anonymous—performed at Bristol Old Vic and broadcast live, direct to audience’s homes nationally and globally.

It Can’t Happen Here

By Tony Taccone and Bennett S. Cohen, adapted from the novel by Sinclair Lewis
Sound design and music by Paul James Prendergast
Directed by Lisa Peterson
Debut October 13, 2020 · 5pm
Available on demand through November 13

Written in 1935 during the rise of fascism in Europe, Lewis’ darkly satirical It Can’t Happen Here follows the ascent of a demagogue who becomes president of the United States by promising to return the country to greatness. In 2016, Berkeley Rep unveiled a new stage adaptation of Lewis’ prescient novel, one week after that production ended, the presidential election roiled our nation. Now, Berkeley Rep reprises that production with the same director, but this time as a radio play in four episodes, just in time for the 2020 presidential election. We’re delighted to welcome back much of the original cast including David Kelly as the candidate Buzz Windrip, and to have Academy Award nominee David Strathairn join us as the liberal protagonist Doremus Jessup. The audio drama is being offered free across the country. Berkeley Rep intends for the project to encourage dialogue and motivate citizens to exercise their civic power and vote.

A Paris Love Story

Featuring the music of Claude Debussy
Written and performed by Hershey Felder
Directed by Stefano de Carli
Based on the stage play directed by Trevor Hay
Livestream November 22, 2020 · 5pm
Available on demand November 22–29, 2020

Piano virtuoso and actor Hershey Felder takes us on a very personal journey through the beloved city of Paris through the music of Claude Debussy (“Clair de Lune,” Prélude à l’après-midi d’un faune…) and how this music shaped a whole new world of color in sound. This new world of “musical impressionism” gave us the beginnings of what we have come to know as “Movie Music.”

Tickets to A Paris Love Story are now on sale.

Place/Settings: Berkeley

Stories surround us everywhere, whether we can see them or not. Ten writers—including Eisa Davis, Daniel Handler, and Adam Mansbach—inspired by events in their own personal histories, take us on an aural adventure to specific locations around Berkeley. Audience members will receive a snail mailed surprise, lifting them out of the virtual realm and inviting them to explore the past hidden beneath the present.

The Waves in Quarantine

A Theatrical Experiment in 6 Movements
Conceived by Raúl Esparza and Lisa Peterson
Based on a stage adaptation of Virginia Woolf’s The Waves
Book by Lisa Peterson
Music and lyrics by David Bucknam
Additional music and lyrics by Adam Gwon
Directed by Lisa Peterson

Featuring three-time Tony Award nominee Raúl Esparza, this exploration of Virginia Woolf’s innovative novel The Waves is transformed into a digital experience for our current time. The story follows the lives of six friends from first memory to the end of life, while also tracking the progress of the sun through one glorious day. The Waves in Quarantine incorporates dazzling choral music, passages from the novel itself, real-life situations of actors in quarantine, exquisite visual imagery, and more to create a truly unique work of interdisciplinary art.

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates.

Rep 7-Play · $196–$644

All season shows · Biggest discounts · Preferred seats

Rep 7-PlayThe Rep 7-Play package is our classic subscription option that provides you the guaranteed best seats at the lowest possible prices to each of our seven season productions, as well as all of our subscriber-only benefits (see below). When you subscribe to our 7-play subscription package, you demonstrate your support for our diverse programming and make it possible for us to continue to bring you powerful stories by incredible artists.

One ticket to each of our seven 2021 season productions
Package rates starting at $196 through $644*

  • Save up to 35% off single ticket prices.
  • Priority booking in advance of Rep-Flex, Rep-Passport, and the general public.
  • Access to premium seating section.
  • Assigned preferred seating all season long.
  • Free ticket exchanges up to 24 hours before performance.
  • One free upgrade to a more expensive seat or date per subscription.
  • Discounts on additional single ticket purchases with no service fees.
  • Access to all Rep On-Air virtual programming for free.
  • Save 10% at Berkeley Rep’s School of Theatre.

* Based on day of week, seat location, preview or post-opening.

Select a Rep 7-Play subscription package

2019–20 7-play and 5-play subscribers, log in to your account to renew online.

Performance Premium A B Discounts available (see details below)
Preview Tue 8pm $385 $329 $196  
Preview Fri 8pm $385 $329 $196  
Preview Sat 8pm $413 $343 $210  
Preview Sun 7pm $413 $343 $210  
Tuesday 8pm $455 $371 $245 Educator · Under 35
Wednesday 7pm $455 $371 $245 Under 35
Thursday 2pm $455 $371 $245 Senior · Under 35
Thursday 8pm $476 $392 $273 Under 35
Friday 8pm $511 $434 $315 Educator · Senior · Under 35
Saturday 2pm $511 $434 $315 Senior · Under 35
Saturday 8pm $644 $539 $399 Under 35
Sunday 2pm $511 $434 $315 Senior · Under 35
Sunday 7pm $511 $434 $315 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 and Friday evening subscription packages. Not available for previews. Proof of eligibility is required for each discounted subscription ordered.

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

We reserve the right to change prices, plays, and dates.

Rep-Flex · $300 and $240

Most flexibility · No additional fees · Priority booking

Rep-FlexLooking for a way to get Berkeley Rep subscriber-only benefits (like priority booking, free exchanges, and saving money) but with less commitment than our classic Rep 7-Play package? Then the new Rep-Flex is for you. For one flat rate, you get four tickets to be used for any of our 2021 season productions (excluding special events) in any seating section, including premium! For varying budgets, we have two options for Rep-Flex: the All Access Flex (for any performance day) for $300 or the Weekday Flex (Tuesday–Friday performances) for just $240.

Four tickets to be used for any of our 2021 season productions*
$300 for All Access Flex (any performance) or $240 for Weekday Flex (Tuesday–Friday)

  • Save up to 35% off single ticket prices.
  • Priority booking in advance of the general public.**
  • Access to premium seating section.
  • Select your own seats for each performance.
  • Free ticket exchanges up to 24 hours before performance.
  • Save 10% at Berkeley Rep’s School of Theatre.

* Max 2 tickets per production.
** Single tickets for each individual production will go on sale to the general public 10 weeks in advance of that production’s opening date. Rep-Flex subscribers will be able to book their tickets two weeks in advance of that date, enabling you to lock in some of the best seats in the house at great prices.

Buy a Rep-Flex pass

Rep-Passport · $68

Pay-as-you-go · Unlimited exchanges · Priority booking

Rep-PassportRep-Passport is our affordable pay-as-you-go package. For just $68 you get a Rep-Passport which allows you access to purchase one discounted ticket per 2021 show at a savings of 25% off single ticket prices. Along with these spectacular savings, you’ll also get subscriber-only benefits like priority booking, unlimited free exchanges, and more. See below for details.

Access to purchase one discounted ticket per 2021 season production
$68 per Passport*

  • Save 25% off single ticket prices.
  • Priority booking in advance of the general public.**
  • Select your own seats for each performance.
  • Free ticket exchanges up to 24 hours before performance.
  • Save 10% at Berkeley Rep’s School of Theatre.

* Additional $4 fee per Passport ticket.
** Single tickets for each individual production will go on sale to the general public 10 weeks in advance of that production’s opening date. Rep-Passport subscribers will be able to book their tickets two weeks in advance of that date, enabling you to lock in some of the best seats in the house at great prices.

Buy a Rep-Passport

Frequently asked questions

Welcome to our 2021 season! This year has been unlike any other, and we anticipate you may have some questions about our plans to reopen, our new packages, and our safety guidelines. Thank you for your patience, flexibility, and understanding as we navigate this uncharted territory. Please continue to check back for updates.

Your questions answered

Johanna Pfaelzer and Susie Medak answer audiences most frequently asked questions about our 2021 season in this edited version of a Facebook Live in September 2020.

  • 0:10 · When will Berkeley Rep open, and how will you ensure safety?
  • 3:02 · What is your refund policy? If I don’t feel comfortable going to the theatre, are there other options?
  • 5:17 · Will next year be all virtual?
  • 6:45 · When do you have to subscribe to not lose your seats?
  • 7:55 · How does your virtual programming work? What are the subscriber benefits?
  • 10:19 · How can I support Berkeley Rep to ensure the organization is around for another 50 years?
  • 11:57 · Are you still offering School of Theatre classes?
  • 13:29 · If I have credit on account, how can I utilize?
  • 14:03 · How has Berkeley Rep survived and evolved during this downtime? What does the future hold for this organization?

 

Regarding the 2021 season

Why did you change the subscription packages?

Our goal was to simplify our subscription packages and provide better alternatives. The Rep 7-Play is the same as our previous 7-play Full Season package and affords you the highest savings over single ticket prices. We decided to introduce two new packages, Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport, to allow more people to enjoy some of the perks of a subscription but with more flexible and affordable options.

What happens if a show is canceled or postponed?

The launch of our 2021 season is a promise to our patrons that we will serve the community again after it is deemed safe to reopen. Our primary concern is to ensure the health and well-being of our patrons. In the event we have to cancel a production, we will offer our patrons the option to donate their tickets, receive an account credit, or receive a refund. If we need to postpone a production, we will automatically move your tickets to a comparable date within the new run of the show. If you need to exchange your tickets within that run you can do so at no additional cost.

What measures will you take to keep audiences safe?

Berkeley Rep will comply with all local requirements for public assembly and with CDC recommendations that pertain to areas of public assembly. Our top priority is to ensure you feel safe and comfortable in our home.

Will you remove seats to maintain physical distance?

We will not reopen until we can do so in a safe manner at our current seat capacity. We are taking every precaution to ensure the safety and well-being of each and every one of our patrons.

What if I renew now but decide later I don’t feel safe?

If we find we need to postpone or cancel a production due to safety issues, we will provide options at that time on how to manage your tickets. It is our intention to deliver the season as planned, but we appreciate your understanding and flexibility if changes need to be made to ensure your safety.

I don’t feel safe until a vaccine is available. What options do I have?

We understand this is a moment of uncertainty. Although we will not open our doors until the CDC deems it safe to do so, some will still want to wait until a vaccine is readily available. With our Rep-Flex, you can commit to supporting Berkeley Rep on your terms with the utmost flexibility. Use your tickets throughout the 2021 season when you are ready.

If I don’t renew for the 2021 season, will I lose my seats?

The only way to retain your seats is to renew your 2021 subscription. Otherwise, your seats will be released upon the deadline for renewal (to be announced) and made available to other patrons. The health and survival of our organization is very much dependent on the support of our community. Our subscriptions account for a large percentage of our income. We encourage you to renew to not only retain your current seats, but to help us ensure all of our seats will be available for future seasons.

When is the deadline for renewal?

In a normal year you would have received your Berkeley Rep subscription renewal form in March. But I think we can all agree that this isn’t a normal year. Between now and our first performance, we anticipate there will be many health and community updates that will require our flexibility. Therefore, we find it difficult to give you a realistic deadline for renewal at this point. When we are able to determine this deadline, we will give you at least a month’s notice via email.

What we ask of you now is to renew your subscription to Berkeley Rep when you can, knowing those funds account for a large portion of our operations and survival. Think of it as your investment in the future, a commitment to your 2021 self that you will once again enjoy seven nights of great stories told by extraordinary artists. It’s our promise to be there for each other.

When do single tickets go on sale?

In the past we have put single tickets to all of our season shows on sale in August. For the 2021 season, we are doing it differently. Single tickets for each show will go on sale 10 weeks in advance of that show’s first performance. Rep 7-Play subscribers will already have their dates secured. Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport subscribers will be able to book their tickets to each show two weeks in advance of the public on-sale date.

Changes to payment options for the 2021 season

How can I pay for the Rep 7-Play, Rep-Flex, and Rep-Passport?

For the safety of our staff we are only accepting credit card payments, and we are only accepting them online or over the phone at 510 647–2949, Tuesday–Saturday, noon–4pm. (Please be prepared for long phone hold times as our staffing has been reduced as a result of the pandemic.) Our physical box office location is temporarily closed, and we will not be mailing out subscription invoices this year.

I’m a renewing subscriber. Can you mail me an invoice like you did before?

Due to the extenuating circumstances of the pandemic, we do not have the resources to print and mail invoices this year. If you have an active email address on file, you will receive an email from us inviting you to renew your subscription online or by phone. If you do not have an active email address on file, you will likely receive an automated phone call inviting you to renew online or by phone. Or, if you’re a 2019–20 7-play or 5-play subscriber, click here to renew online or call 510 647–2949, Tuesday–Saturday, noon–4pm.

How do I apply my account credits to my purchase?

There are two ways you can apply account credits to your purchase. You can complete your order online, paying the full price of the subscription/package, and we will apply your credits after the fact and issue you a refund for the difference to your credit card. Or, if you wish to apply your credits immediately, you can complete your order by phone at 510 647–2949, Tuesday–Saturday, noon–4pm.

Regarding the new Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport

Can I buy a Rep-Flex at any time?

Yes, Rep-Flex encourages flexibility in use of the four tickets. The package can be purchased at any time, however, due to the two-ticket maximum per production, it will not be available for purchase after our sixth season show closes.

Can I use all four tickets on one show?

You may use up to two tickets on one show, but otherwise you may use the tickets in any combination.

What if I don’t use any of my four tickets until the last show of the season? Or I don’t use them at all?

Rep-Flex redemptions are intended for use in the season purchased under the package terms.

Can I buy multiple Rep-Flex packages?

There are no limits on the quantity of Rep-Flex packages one may purchase. We suggest one package per person in your household who plans on attending our productions.

Can I buy a Rep-Passport at any time?

Yes, the pay-as-you-go model of Rep-Passport allows purchase up through our last show of the season.

Can I buy multiple Rep-Passports?

There are no limits on the quantity of Rep-Passports one may purchase. We suggest one Rep-Passport per person in your household who plans on attending our productions.

My friends and I want to sit together. How does that work with Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport?

Unlike our Rep 7-Play subscription where you are assigned a preferred seat, the Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport offer the ability to select your own seat at the time of redemption or purchase.

Both Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport provide an exclusive booking period before the general public. For best availability, we encourage you to coordinate in advance with fellow Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport holders to organize where you’d like to sit and redeem your seats during this exclusive window.

Can I select my own seat with Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport?

Yes. Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport offer the ability to select your own seat at the time of redemption or purchase. Both Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport provide an exclusive booking period before the general public. For best availability, we encourage redemption during this time, although tickets can be purchased anytime during the length of the run of each show.

How can I find out more about Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport?

Click to learn about all the details of Rep-Flex and Rep-Passport, as well as Rep 7-Play.

 

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