Marin Theatre Company performances of ‘Sovereignty’ still expected to take place Wednesday

SovereigntyAccording to representatives of Marin Theatre Company, it is expected that the PG&E electricity shutdowns announced for portions of Mill Valley will NOT include the theater where Mary Katherine Nagle’s play “Sovereignty” opened last week. The same is not the case with the nearby Mill Valley Film Festival, which (after announcing earlier in the evening that screening would continue in downtown Mill Valley with backup generators) made a late Tuesday night amendment stating that all Wednesday screenings are being moved to the Lark Theater in Larkspur.

Here is the announcement from the Mill Valley Film Festival.

For Wednesday, October 9, we have re-located the Mill Valley Film Festival screenings scheduled for the Sequoia Theater to the Century Larkspur Landing theaters at 500 Larkspur Landing Circle, Larkspur, CA, 94939. These include: 

Knives Out (11:30 AM)
Song Without a Name (1:00 PM) 
Harriet (2:30 PM)
The Remix: Hip Hop X Fashion (5:30 PM)
A Girl from Mogadishu (5:45 PM) 
Honey Boy (8:00 PM)
Sorry We Missed You (9:00 PM)

In the event the power outage does not occur, or if it is restored, the screenings will still take place at the Century Larkspur Landing.

All other MVFF screenings for Wednesday, October 9 will take place in their scheduled times & locations. All regularly scheduled MVFF programs at Century Larkspur will be shown as advertised.

For more information about the Mill Valley Film Festival, click here.

For more information about Marin Theatre Company, click here.

 

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