MET is a community
theater in the truest
sense:  multicultural,
multi-ethnic, gender
inclusive.
MET is dedicated to
theater which is
enjoyable,  exciting, and
meaningful for both
artists and audience.
MET combines artistic
excellence and  high
level showmanship with  
sincere and caring social
responsibility and
community service.
MET's color creative
approach to casting
offers  new (and even
off-beat) acting and  
audience experiences
MET is a project of Theater Residencies, Incorporated (TRI ), a California non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.
MULTI ETHNIC THEATER
MET  PLANS FOR THE FUTURE
                                                         AUGUST IN AUGUST
MET has completed six of August Wilson's ten play cycle chronicling the African American 20th century
history.  In August of 2019 we'll resume the project, one play a year in August, until we've completed the
remaining four.
                                                  
OTHER PROJECTS INCLUDE  
You Can't Take It With You, a  21st century version of the Kaufman and Hart comedy featuring a mixed
race family with Grampa as an aging Greenwich Village hippy.  Included will be a strong satirical blow at
America's top one percent.

The Winslow Boy by Terrence Rattigan.   This upper class family will be bi-racial giving new meaning to
the African American son accused of stealing at his elite private school.  The famous lawyer hired to
defend the boy will be a woman.

Twelfth Night by Shakespeare will be set on a Mississippi riverboat, the Illyria.  Above deck, Orsino, the
riverboat captain, listens to banjo music and pines away for the love of Lady Olivia who runs a show biz
cabaret on the lower deck.

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Euripides wrote The Trojan Women two and a half thousand years ago.  It's about captive women in the
aftermath of war. This modern dress version begins with a prelude presenting refugee voices from
modern conflicts, as far back as World War II, as recent as today’s Middle East. Refugee Voices and
Euripides’ The Trojan Women is as relevant today as the story Euripides told. Today, there are over 65
million persons displaced by conflicts around the world.  Euripides understood their plight.  MET’s
production relates that plight to today’s circumstances.
Opening week only $15
VIP Reserved Seats  $40

Remaining Three Weeks
      General Admission  $30                                 
           Seniors, Students, TBA & Unemployed  $20   
           VIP Reserved Seats   $40                                  
Group Rate (8 or more)  $15
             
Call 415-420-8000    
Five Choice Restaurants Near the Royce
Tartine Manufactury       Farmhouse Kitchen
Central Kitchen      Flour and Water      Gallardos
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Parking Near the Royce
Weekdays:  easy after 5pm  --  Weekends:  easy
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                                       Public Transportation
From the 16th Street BART Station take MUNI 22, 33, or 55 or just walk the distance (only 11 minutes).  From
Potrero Avenue and Mariposa the walk is only 5 minutes.  MUNI lines along Potrero Avenue are the 27 and
the 9 or 9R.  The latter two can be boarded from the Powell Street BART Station.