Premiering August 2 will be our first indoor summer production, The Untime. Jon Tracy and Nick Musleh team up to conceive a new play echoing the story of Macbeth, that rips open the fabric of war and explores how we are all interwoven into its past, present and future.

Jon Tracy is Marin Shakespeare Company’s Artistic Director. Jon has written, directed, and designed for Bay Area theatre for the past three decades.

Calla Holllinsworth (The Heir)
Calla Hollingsworth is an actor from the Bay Area. Some of her latest roles include Peter in Peter and the Starcatcher at Redwood High School, and Hamlet with Marin Shakespeare’s Teen Touring Company. Recently, she won an outstanding performance award at the Lenaea High School Theatre Festival. She would like to thank her parents for their support, and Elena and Berko for everything. Calla is excited to continue studying theatre at the college level in the fall.

Leontyne Mbele-Mbong* (The Spouse)
Leontyne Mbele-Mbong is delighted for her first show with Marin Shakes. Leontyne most recently seen in Pipeline with African-American Shakespeare Company, where she has also appeared as Lady M in Macbeth; the title role in Medea (TBA Award), and Cleopatra in Antony & Cleopatra (TBA Award Finalist). Recent shows: Cyrano and Hurricane Diane at the Aurora; Fefu and her Friends at A.C.T., Lear at CalShakes (BATCC Award). Some favorites: The Half-Life of Marie Curie (TheatreSquared, Fayetteville, AK); Watch on the Rhine (Berkeley Rep/Guthrie Theatre), Bull in a China Shop, Temple, and Breakfast with Mugabe (Aurora Theatre). Proud founding member of the Actors’ Reading Collective, and Associate Artist at Marin Shakespeare Company. www.leontynembele-mbong.com 

Nick Musleh* (The Artist)
Nick Musleh is an Artistic Associate at Marin Shakes. He played Hamlet last year in Jon Tracy’s adaptation recommended by the Bay Area Theatre Critic’s Circle and the San Francisco Chronicle. Off-Broadway he played Daniel Baker in Mark Wilding’s OUR MAN IN SANTIAGO, and at Theatre West he played Joseph in Dina Morrone’s MOOSE ON THE LOOSE and Jeff in Charlie Mount’s AGAINST THE WALL- the Los Angeles Times Critic’s Pick. Nick directs stage and film including the critically acclaimed LOVE’S LABOUR’S LOST and has several TV credits. He is writer/creator of THE ROSY CROSS series being developed in Europe and has performed in Shakespeare productions throughout the Bay Area.

Steve Price (The King)
Steve most recently appeared in the roles of Dan and Bill in Jonathan Spector’s Best Available with Shotgun Players, as Charles Webb in Thornton Wilder’s Our Town with Ross Valley Players, and as Sir Andrew Aguecheek in Twelfth Night with Marin Shakespeare for which he received a San Francisco Bay Area Theater Critics Circle nomination for Featured Performance in a Comedy. Steve has also played roles with Marin Shakespeare over the last seven seasons including Brabantio in Othello, Holofernes in Love’s Labor’s Lost, Leonato in Much Ado About Nothing, Hastings in Richard III, and Polonius in Hamlet. Steve also has played many roles at Ross Valley Players including Atticus Finch in To Kill A Mockingbird, Elwood P. Dowd in Harvey, Major Metcalf in The Mousetrap, Howard Bevins in Picnic (SFBATCC nomination), The Government Inspector (SFBATCC award Best Principal Performance) and Native Gardens (SFBATCC nomination).

Michael Torres* (The One)
Michael Torres, recently played Claudius and the Ghost in Jon Tracy’s adaptation of Hamlet here at Marin Shakespeare. Also under Mr. Tracy’s direction Michael played Agamemnon in his adaptation of the Iliad, In The Wound: The Salt Plays Part 1 and as Caliban in the Tempest ( Marin Shakes).   In 96, he co-founded Campo Santo where he originated roles for Dave Eggers, Denis Johnson, Jose Rivera, Jessica Hagedorn, Octavio Solis and more. An award winning actor, Michael has played at The Aurora Theatre, The San Francisco Playhouse, The Shotgun Players, Crowded Fire, Word for Word, Berkeley Repertory, Teatro Campesino, California Shakespeare,The Magic, and TheatreFirst among others and has toured the U.S.A. and Europe in shows. During the pandemic he streamed for Playground Disbelief: a Cassandra Tale playing Apollo and El Henry in Herbert Siguenza’s El Henry for ARC. He co-directed with Elena Wright The Farm by Jon Tracy for TheatreFirst. Film wise, you can see him in About Cherry as Po and as Crow in The Other Barrio. Michael is the Chair of the Laney College Theatre Arts Department where he founded The Fusion Theatre Project and DaMTspace. Michael holds a BA from San Francisco State and an MFA from the University of California at San Diego.