On Stage. Education. Social Justice.

Marin Shakespeare Company

PLAYING FOR GOOD

Forest Meadows Amphitheatre, Dominican University of California - 514 Fourth Street, San Rafael. The original caretakers of this land are the Coast Miwok people. Read the indigenous history of our theatres at "Learning Resources."

Marin Shakespeare Company is Playing for Good, providing leading edge programs that catalyze engagement - in our community and nationwide – about the most defining issues of our time.  Social justice is at the core of all we do. Our theatre aims a spotlight on injustice, the demand for equity, and the urgent need for change.

 

We play for good by engaging hearts and minds in ways that heal our selves and heal the world. Onstage, in schools, in prisons, and online, we bring people together to learn from our past and imagine our future, and spark cultural engagement, learning, and social change through the arts.

News Updates and Events

Raphael Massie - New Artistic Director

Raphael Massie - New Artistic Director


Marin Shakesepare Company welcomes Raphael Massie as our new Artistic Director.  After a nationwide search, Marin Sha…

"Resilience is My Family"

"Resilience is My Family"


  Shakespeare at San Quentin student Ray Ray on what kept …

Returning to San Quentin Post-Pandemic

Returning to San Quentin Post-Pandemic


by Lesley Schisgall Currier June 16, 2021 See below for additional installments! Today, after 15 months without s…

Returned Citizens Featured in Washington Post

Returned Citizens Featured in Washington…


The Washington Post featured Marin Shakespeare Company's Returned Citizens Theatre Troupe in their article The American …

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"Resilience is My Family"

"Resilience is My Family"


  Shakespeare at San Quentin student Ray Ray on what kept …

Returning to San Quentin Post-Pandemic

Returning to San Quentin Post-Pandemic


by Lesley Schisgall Currier June 16, 2021 See below for additional installments! Today, after 15 months without s…

Returned Citizens Featured in Washington Post

Returned Citizens Featured in Washington…


The Washington Post featured Marin Shakespeare Company's Returned Citizens Theatre Troupe in their article The American …

Rehabilatative Arts Programs disrupted by Covid

Rehabilatative Arts Programs disrupted b…


Published by the Pulitzer Center: https://pulitzercenter.org/stories/how-covid-has-disrupted-rehabilitative-prison-arts-…

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Returning to San Quentin Post-Pandemic

Returning to San Quentin Post-Pandemic


by Lesley Schisgall Currier June 16, 2021 See below for additional installments! Today, after 15 months without s…

Returned Citizens Featured in Washington Post

Returned Citizens Featured in Washington…


The Washington Post featured Marin Shakespeare Company's Returned Citizens Theatre Troupe in their article The American …

Rehabilatative Arts Programs disrupted by Covid

Rehabilatative Arts Programs disrupted b…


Published by the Pulitzer Center: https://pulitzercenter.org/stories/how-covid-has-disrupted-rehabilitative-prison-arts-…

Play Power - Free Creative Dramatics Virtual Classes for grades K - 5

Play Power - Free Creative Dramatics Vir…


‘Play Power’ creative dramatics classes for K-5 engage students in active learning Marin Shakespeare Company has laun…

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