GOLDEN BOUGH THEATRE
From HWY 1 take the Ocean Avenue exit and proceed down Ocean Ave. through downtown Carmel. Turn left on Monte Verde Street (7th Stop Sign from Hwy) and continue for 3 blocks. The Golden Bough Playhouse is on the westside of Monte Verde Street, between 8th and 9th Avenues.
From HWY 1 take the Ocean Avenue exit and proceed down Ocean Ave. through downtown Carmel. Turn left on Casanova Street (one block past Monte Verde) and continue for three blocks. The Circle Theatre is on the east side of Casanova Street between 8th and 9th Avenues.
OUTDOOR FOREST THEATER
From HWY 1 take the Ocean Avenue exit and continue past the first stop sign for two blocks. Turn left onto Santa Rita Avenue and continue to the bottom of the hill. The entrance gate is to the left at the intersection of Mountain View and Santa Rita. From Downtown Carmel proceed up Ocean Ave. to the intersection of Ocean, Junipero, and Mountain View. Veer right, up Mountain View for 3 blocks. You will see the Forest Theater gate to the left. For patron convenience, a passenger drop off area is in the main parking lot of the Forest Theater. Guests, picnic supplies, blankets and cushions can be dropped off prior to parking your car. Parking is recommended on Mountain View, and Junipero Street .
Golden Bough Theatre (290 seats)
Street View of The Golden Bough Playhouse
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)
Street View of The Circle Theatre
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. A 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 Theater (540 seats)
Street View of the historic Outdoor Forest Theater
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.