Molly Noble

Actor / Director / Teacher

Extreme Acts


Playing at: The Marsh
Dates: May 11, 2024 – June 2, 2024
Description: A performance artist seeks danger. A writer has it thrust upon her.


“Extreme Acts takes you on one hell of an adventure in one hour. Through Kaufman’s masterful prose, Sophia and Jasper take us on a whirlwind adventure from art spaces, to intimate moments, and into the sky and open wilderness all in our imagination.” – Stage & Cinema

Recent Projects



A Doll's House

A Doll’s House

Avenue Of The Giants

Avenue Of The Giants


Molly Noble is an actor, director and teacher having acted and directed for Shotgun Players, Cinnabar Theatre, Motion Theatre, Centenary Stage, Main Stage West, Bay Area Playwright’s Festival, Word for Word, West Marin Players, Boston Shakespeare Co. New Dramatists, Ensemble Studio Theatre and The American School London. She is a member of PlayGround, The Bay Area’s leading incubator for new plays.

In 2000, she founded the award-winning Porchlight Theatre Company in Marin County where she produced and performed classic plays for 12 years under the redwoods, and developed school tours featuring the lives and works of 20th century poets. At San Quentin, she and playwright Kenn Rabin collaborated with the men of “No More Tears” on “Til You Know My Story” (a play featuring the stories of incarcerated men and family survivors.) She holds a B.A. in English and Art History from Bowdoin College, and trained at A.C.T. and Shakespeare & Company. She is on the faculty of College of Marin, teaching Acting, Voice and Movement.

Molly’s approach to theatre is collaborative and inclusive. She seeks to empower her students to be curious and respectful whilst bravely questioning authority and seeing themselves as future theatre leaders. As an actor and director she is committed to building trust, love, and joy in the rehearsal room.

Molly Noble, Marin Actor


Molly Noble at rehearsal


Molly Noble, Teacher and Director