Now Playing

Confronting Racism in Marin

Join us virtually on October 17 for a fascinating discussion featuring six young Black, Latinx, and Native American men and women raised in Marin County who will share their views and experiences with racism right here at home.
You won’t want to miss this program on how a county that prides itself on being welcoming, smart, and action-oriented is often oblivious to our own racism and many structural societal issues which perpetuate bias, racism, and ultimately significant social injustice. The event will be moderated by Teveia Barnes, Marin resident and Executive Director of Lawyers For One America.
October 17 at 11am
FREE – registration required by Oct. 15

Dameion and Friends

Dameion Brown has been interviewing some of his favorite theatre artists during the pandemic.  Enjoy these informative and lively conversations.
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Shakespeare for Social Justice – Romeo and Juliet

Our Shakespeare for Social Justice Teaching Artists, joined by some of our favorite actors, are creating an Instructional Series for the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation. For each Act of the play, you can see our actors’ reading and enjoy commentary designed to highlight plot, characters, language, and themes.
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Marin Shakespeare Social Media Channels

Check out Marin Shakespeare Company’s Facebook page and to subscribe to our robust YouTube channel with many inspiring videos.