Events at Roda Theatre - Berkeley Repertory Theatre
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Roda Theatre - Berkeley Repertory Theatre calendar
|Jan 21 - Jan 30||Mike Birbiglia: the old man and the pool Roda Theatre - Berkeley Repertory Theatre 2015 Addison St., Berkeley, CA 94704 https://places.encorespotlight.com/united-states/berkeley/events/mike-birbiglia-the-old-man-and-the-pool|
|Jan 21 - Jan 26||Fran Lebowitz Roda Theatre - Berkeley Repertory Theatre 2015 Addison St., Berkeley, CA 94704 https://places.encorespotlight.com/united-states/berkeley/events/fran-lebowitz|
|Mar 19 - May 08||Goddess Roda Theatre - Berkeley Repertory Theatre 2015 Addison St., Berkeley, CA 94704 https://places.encorespotlight.com/united-states/berkeley/events/goddess|
|Jun 03 - Jul 10||Cambodian Rock Band Roda Theatre - Berkeley Repertory Theatre 2015 Addison St., Berkeley, CA 94704 https://places.encorespotlight.com/united-states/berkeley/events/cambodian-rock-band|
Roda Theatre – Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s second stage – was built to house the actors and audience in a more personal and interactive way. The theatre is great for experimental, drama and comedy performances.
Berkeley Repertory Theatre company produces, develops, and presents theatre through a year-round program of performances, education, and community engagement.
One of the leading not-for-profit regional theaters in the country, Berkeley Rep has been known for developing the next generation of storytellers and sharing stories that unite our communities. Its mission is to create theatre that reflects the diversity of the region and the world. Home to some of the most provocative and iconic productions in the nation, Berkeley Rep is known for presenting exciting and diverse new work from today's most creative artists.
Berkeley Rep has been igniting the imaginations of audiences and artists with groundbreaking productions by creating theater of enduring artistic quality. They entertain, educate, and challenge the Bay Area's diverse communities. A world-class company that sustains and advances the art of theatre, it fosters a sense of community by putting on productions that are challenging and thought-provoking. Berkeley Rep is dedicated to producing the finest in live theater, bringing its audiences the best in new American plays and emerging voices. Creating theatrical experiences of the highest artistic quality for a broad and diverse audience has been Berkeley Rep's mission over the years.
Arts & Culture in the Bay Area
A wonderful place to live and work, the Bay Area is home to many small and large theater companies, including Berkeley Repertory Theatre, East Bay Children’s Theatre, and the San Francisco Playhouse. Whether you want to see a Broadway classic, a play about controversial topics, or an unconventional performance, there is something for everyone. With a bustling theatre scene, there are many opportunities for you to enjoy live theatre. From the Golden Gate Theatre to the California Shakespeare Theater, San Francisco is full of great performances.
San Francisco has a wide range of cultural experiences to offer, with world-class museums, top-rate theater and live music, and a lively club scene. The Bay Area is also a great destination for foodies.
You explore the world-renowned art scene at the Fine Arts Museum. Or maybe you're more interested in exploring the historical sites at the Presidio? Show your adventurous side by heading to the Bay Area for the perfect day trip! Home to museums that range from exploring the history of the region to exploring the cultures of the world, you can visit galleries, attend live theater, and see the opera.
The Bay Area has a rich and varied culture, which includes a variety of museums, art galleries, and performance venues. One of the most famous museums in the Bay Area is the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art. The museum is renowned for its collections of modern art and other artistic media, a must-visit for art enthusiasts.
San Francisco Bay Area is one of the most culturally diverse regions in the world, and there are many ways to engage with the culture. Visit a museum, explore the arts, or take in some theater.
How many seats are at Berkeley Rep's Roda Theatre?
Roda Theatre seats 600 people.