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Barn Theatre
At Marin Art and Garden Center 30 Sir Francis Drake Blvd Ross, CA 94957
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The theater is up a hill from the parking lot, so if you have mobility problems get dropped off on top or arrange for limited handicap parking. Also seating is open, so arrive 30 minutes early for the best choice of seats.
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Parking lot is down the hill from the the theatre, so anyone who can't walk uphill for 5-7 minutes should be driven up to the door. Dress is relatively casual.
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22 stars
attended Sep 27 2013

Don't miss seeing it! The play was amazingly well executed by the four actors, the music was wonderful, the set/stage was great! All in all a very enjoyable evening at the Barn Theatre with the well written play by Neil Simon, with much wit and...continued

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Directed by James Nelson

About the Ticket Supplier: Ross Valley Players

The Ross Valley Players is the oldest continually operating community theater on the West Coast. Created in 1930 as a way to escape the hardships of the Depression, the theater has introduced live theater to thousands of Marin residents over the years. Initially, The Players performed at the Community Hall of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Ross. In the early 1940s, RVP moved to its current location, the Barn Theater in the Marin Art and Garden Center.