2019 Season
3 Regional Premieres!*

Golden Bough
*Billy Elliot (Closed)
*Disney's Newsies
  Tony - Best Musical!
 June 27 - July 28, 2018
Chicago the Musical 
  Tony/Olivier Winner

Nov 21 - Dec 23, 2019 
Rock Legends 
   Tribute Concert
Dec 31 - Jan 12, 2020

 Circle Theatre
Waiting for Godot (Closed)
 Olivier - Best Play
  May 16 - June 2, 2019
Sep. 5 - Sep. 22, 2019

Forest Theater
Beauty & the Beast  
  Tony/Olivier Winner
Aug 15 - Sept 22, 2019
*Shakespeare in Love
 Based on the 
Award Winning Film!

Sept. 27 - Oct 13, 2019

Willy Wonka Jr.

Audition Info


In 1905, the "bohemians” arrived in Carmel. Almost
immediately, the Carmel Club of Arts & Crafts opened the
town's first theatre and cultural center,
 the Arts & Crafts
Clubhouse. It was located on the site of today's
Circle Theatre of the Golden Bough!

In 2005, “the next 100 years” of Carmel theatre history
began with exciting plans for the Carmel cultural
community. As of 2011, the PacRep had completed
its first phase renovation of the Golden Bough,
with the second phase scheduled for 2020.
Those early bohmeians would be proud!

Golden Bough Theatre (290 seats) 

Golden Bough Seating Chart

Housed within the Golden Bough Playhouse on
Monte Verde Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues,
in Carmel-by-the-Sea. In 1993, PacRep saved the
historic site from development. In 2011, the non-profit
company completed the first phase
of an exciting
new renovation, including the addition of a
computerized revolving stages.  In 2016,
solar power was installed, eliminating
PacRep's carbon footprint.


The Circle Theatre (90-120 seats)

Housed within the Golden Bough Playhouse below the main
Golden Bough Theatre, with its own entrance on Casanova
Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues, in Carmel-by-the-Sea.
unique theatre-in-the-round, the Circle Theatre makes an 
ideal setting for experimental plays, original material,
and other works enhanced by an intimate setting.

The Outdoor Forest Theate (540 seats)

 Built in 1910, the historic Outdoor Forest Theater
is a 540-seat ampitheatre located on Mountain View
Avenue and Santa Rita Street, in Carmel-by-the-Sea.
The stage is framed by towering pines, and huge open
fireplaces, providing a majestic backdrop for the plays
and musicals presented by Pacific Repertory Theatre.
Every August and September, PacRep presents
an annual family musical, followed by the annual
Carmel Shakespeare Festival.