2021/22 SEASON

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TAMING OF THE SHREW written by William Shakespeare


Aug 12-29- Wed - Sunday @ 7pm

The Plot depicts the courtship of Petruchio and Katherina, the headstrong, obdurate shrew. Initially, Katherina is an unwilling participant in the relationship; however, Petruchio "attempts to tame" her with various psychological torments, such as keeping her from eating and drinking, until she becomes a desirable, compliant, and obedient bride "or does she?". The subplot features a competition between the suitors of Katherina's younger sister, Bianca, "the perfect woman", cannot be wed until her father finds a match for her headstrong, obdurate shrewish sister, Katharina. While suitors fight over Bianca’s hand, Petruchio, lured by Katharina's large dowery, attempts to tame the beast. A wonderful, feisty comedic battle of the sexes ensues.

Rating - PG 13

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GHOST KINGDOM Written by Catherine Butterfield

March 12, 2021

Friday @ 7pm

Tickets go on sale March 2021


A Free Zoom Performance of NO PROBLEM by Catherine Butterfield. A dark comedy about two women, psychosis, and spilt coffee.

Starring  Juliana Olinka-Jones & Shira Dubrovner

Produced with Special Arrangement with Concord Theatricals Inc.

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Mammoth Lakes Film Festival - BEST OF THE FEST

A Encore of a Selection of Films from 2021

Come and watch an encore presentation of the some of the fest from he 7th annual Mammoth Lakes Film Festival. We are committed to screening new independent films by inspired and innovative filmmakers! Come see films from the filmmakers of the future.

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2nd Annual Eastern Sierra Mountain Film Festival

Films that celebrate Mountain Culture and the Environment

The festival’s films were specifically chosen to celebrate mountain culture and the environment. This year’s festival  April 7-10, 2022

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Hare and Tortoise written by Brendan Murray

A Theatre For Young Audience Production


April 30, 2021 @ 6pm

This event is FREE

Join us for an innovative and engaging 25-minute zoom performance of Hare & Tortoise. The entire family can watch this creative and mesmerizing show on Zoom that will charm and entertain all ages. You can even choose to stay on at the end for a Q&A when your children will meet the actors and can ask a few questions if they like.  Mammoth Lakes Repertory Theatre is still committed to our Theatre for Young Audience program even during CoVid.

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The Women  by Claire Boothe Luce


Tickets online: $20/$18/$10 

Tickets at the door $22 No discounts

High Society Catfights!  Scandalous Affairs!  Glamour!  A Trip To Reno, and More!


These women can't be stopped. Come see the ORIGINAL "Real Housewives of NYC" at the Edison Theatre!

This brilliant play has assumed the status of a modern classic. Aside from the novelty of its involving a large cast of women (no male characters at all) it is an immensely entertaining panorama of our modern metropolitan world from the feminine viewpoint.

Rating - PG - 13

Mammoth Lakes Film Festival


May 25 - 29, 2022


Tickets on sale soon!


The 8th annual Mammoth Lakes Film Festival is committed to screening new independent films by inspired and innovative filmmakers! 

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Jason Petty: Hank Williams
the Lonesome Tour

Date June 26 & 27 Sat & Sun @ 7pm

Tickets online Gen Ad $25 Seniors $20

Tickets at the door $25 cash only no discounts

LOCATION: Hayden Cabin 5489 Sherwin Creek Rd.

Join us for an evening of music and storytelling.  Jason Petty brings Hank Williams' music and story alive in his one man show, Hank Williams:  The Lonesome Tour.  "This is the way Hank Williams music was meant to be heard."   Jason plays acoustic guitar and, within the intimate set, tells the story of one of Country Music greatest legends with wit, wisdom and reflective humor. All of the legendary songs are included such as "Jambalaya", "Your Cheatin' Heart", "Hey Good Lookin", "Move It On Over", "I Saw The Light" and many more. Your audience will feel as if they traveled back in time and met Hank Williams himself.

"I treat the stage like my front porch, so let's all gather 'round and do some singing and storytelling and have a night of it!" -JP

This is a co production with the So Mono Historical Society. Gift Certificates and MLRT Season Passes do not apply.