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Written by William Shakespeare
Directed by Ellen Geer & Melora Marshall
A political allegory for today, Shakespeare’s searing tragedy is a cautionary tale of political manipulation and revenge. Ancient Rome, a city where the one-percent rule, is led by a populist general who has nothing but contempt for the common people. Unable to reconcile his disdain for the citizens with his love of country, Coriolanus finds himself driven into the embrace of his sworn enemy.
Join us for a special Prologue conversation with the cast before the show on July 29th from 3-3:30.
Arthur Miller’s classic parable of mass hysteria draws a chilling parallel between the Salem witch-hunt of 1692 and the McCarthyism which gripped America in the 1950s. The story of how the small community of Salem is stirred into madness by superstition, paranoia and malice is a savage attack on the evils of mindless persecution and the terrifying power of false accusations.
Join us for a special Prologue conversation with the cast before the show on August 19th from 3-3:30.
Members of the Geer family star in Enid Bagnold’s classic about three generations of a family. Set in the Sussex seaside in the 1950’s, Mrs. St. Maugham is an eccentric who spends her days gardening, but can’t make anything grow. Her precocious teenage granddaughter, Laurel, has a penchant for lighting fires while her estranged daughter, Olivia, struggles to find her place. When the mysterious Miss Madrigal is hired as household companion, family secrets and intrigue unfold in a play that is as “poetic as Giraudoux, as zanny as the Marx Brothers, yet with the elements of a detective story.”
Join us for a special Prologue conversation with the cast before the show on September 8th from 3-3:30.
Haiti tells the story of the 1802 uprising, led by Toussaint L’Ouverture, that gave Haitians back their country and rule. This rare revival of William Dubois’ historical melodrama, strikes a sharp chord that reverberates throughout the ages. It explores the devastating legacy left by colonialism and slavery, overcome by the strength, resilience, and urgency of those brave enough to fight for freedom.
Join us for a special Prologue conversation with the cast before the show on August 26th from 3-3:30. Free to all ticket holders.
The natural beauty of our Topanga wilderness transforms once again into an enchanted forest, peopled by lovers and fairies. Comic misadventures, mistaken identities and unrequited love come together to create the Bard’s most magical romp. The perfect experience to introduce your family to the world of Shakespeare.
Join us for a special Prologue conversation with the cast before the show on June 24th from 3-3:30.
For a truly memorable evening, tickets may be purchased for a garden buffet dinner held prior to select performances of Midsummer Night’s Dream.
“What hempen home-spuns have we swaggering here, So near the cradle of the fairy queen?” Puck, III, I
4th of July Barn Dance
Celebrate the 4th at Theatricum with a family hoe-down. Activities include live music, a barn dance, pie-eating contest, watermelon seed-spitting contest, cake walk, horseshoes, relay races, dunk bucket, family games and more. Barbeque and fixin’s, beer and wine available for purchase. Folk and country fun!Founded in 1979 in Los Angeles by John Walz and Edith Orloff, this renowned ensemble has played more than 1,000 concerts in the United States, Canada, and Europe. In addition to touring, they serve as trio-in-residence at the Idyllwild Arts Summer Festival southern California.. Buy Tickets for May 6th 2018
Founded in 1979 in Los Angeles by John Walz and Edith Orloff, this renowned ensemble has played more than 1,000 concerts in the United States, Canada, and Europe. In addition to touring, they serve as trio-in-residence at the Idyllwild Arts Summer Festival southern California. Buy Tickets for September 7th 2018
Music and theatre for the whole family to enjoy.
Creative Playground offers interactive theatre in-the-round performances designed for audiences 9 years and under. These classic tales are fun for the whole family! Buy Creative Playground Tickets
Music is a key part of Theatricum’s roots, going back to the early days of free concerts with Pete Seeger and Arlo Guthrie. Concerts remain a staple at the Theatricum today, featuring acclaimed musicians and songwriters. You can’t find a more beautiful place to join fellow music lovers and listen to the melodies that move you. Buy Kids Concerts Tickets
Don’t miss a moment this year.
Attending with a group of 10 or more?
Contact Constance Lopez by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (310) 455-3723 for Group Rates and to make reservations for your party.
Theatricum offers discounts for children, seniors, military veterans, teachers, AEA members w/ ID.
Theatricum is a fully ADA compliant venue.
Pre-Season, April 10th to June 1st
Tuesdays – Sundays, 11am to 6pm
Main Season, June 2nd to October 5th
Tuesdays – Fridays, 11am to 6pm
Saturdays & Sundays, 11am to 1pm
On show days, Box Office will open 1 hour prior to show times and close 30 minutes after show time.
(During this time, we will not be able to answer phone call or return phone messages.)
- All tickets may be purchased with cash, check (payable to Will Geer’s Theatricum Botanicum), VISA, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express.
- All tickets are considered sold at the time of purchase, and once the sale is final, we do not offer refunds. All tickets must be paid for at the time of reservation.
- Exchanges are offered if they are made at least 24 hours prior to showtime.