Answers to Frequently Asked
Q: How do I book a
Call 707.363.4573 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org. We will work with
you to try and fit your scheduling and
budgetary needs. It's easy!
Q: What is the cost
of a performance?
A: Fees vary
according to production and travel, but
there is something for most every
budget. Call us, Michael and
Valerie, at 707.363.4573.. We will work
with your schedule and needs to find a
good time to bring you a show.
School funding is generally available for
school in Napa County, Santa Cruz County,
shows Newark, Union City, Fremont, Santa
Barbara and SLO Counties. In
addition to those regular sources of
funding, we also sometimes have funding
available in other locations. Call
us, Michael and Valerie, at 707.363.4573
for the most current information.
Q: Where can I see
A: To find
a public performance near you, click on
the "Events Calendar" tab to
the left. MMT tours statewide in
California and occasionally tours into
other states and overseas. You'll
find us performing in theatres,
festivals, universities, community halls,
parks, schools, etc.
Q: What age group
are MMT shows appropriate for?
A: Most of
our performances are designed for youth
and family audiences. Although we
prepare material that is designed for
children, we do not play down to
children. Adults enjoy our shows as
much as the children because the content
is intelligent. Children under the
age of 3 years, while welcome at many of
our shows (if they do not distract other
audience members) are generally
considered a bit young for the
Q: What does MMT
need to perform...
A: When we tour by road, we
generally tour with complete lighting,
sound and curtain system, so that we can
walk into an empty room and create a
temporary theatre space. When we travel
by air, we often do not take all of the
technical equipment that we carry when we
road tour. Technical needs should
be addressed ahead of time via a phone
conversation with Michael or Valerie.
A: Our basic need outdoors is
sound reinforcement and protection from
wind and to a lesser degree, protection
from distractions in the environment.
When we road tour to an outdoor location
we often bring our special outdoor
staging (see photo below) and sound
system. Considerations for the presenter
for an outdoor concert/performance should
include placement of the show; will the
audience be comfortable (shade? sun in
their eyes during performance hours?),
will the performers be comfortable (or at
least survive?)-again, sun is the main
consideration for our California outdoor
shows. In addition, with our outdoor
staging, it is best if the stage is
placed so that prevailing winds come from
the back or sides rather than the front.
about any of our programs or to secure a
contact us at 707.363.4573. or