Postmortem Opens Nov 4


Montgomery Playhouse In partnership with The City of Gaithersburg Arts on the Green, Presents Postmortem, a thrilling mystery by Ken Ludwig at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn.

Nov. 4 – 20, 2016

Actor William Gillette, famous for his portrayal of Sherlock Holmes, invites the cast of his latest play to his pseudo-medieval castle in Connecticut for a séance. What follows is a clever who-done-it packed with both suspense and laughter.

Directed by Loretto McNally,
The cast includes: Gemma Davimes, Sydney Ouellette, Dell Pendergast, Carole Preston, Art Salwin, Kyle Tirek, Nora Zanger

It’s April 1922 and the cast of William Gillette’s latest Broadway revival of “Sherlock Holmes” has assembled for a weekend of relaxation at his magnificent medieval castle overlooking the Connecticut River. Gillette, an actor-manager, playwright and heart-throb known for his portrayal of the famous crime sleuth Sherlock Holmes, has arranged a séance. Now the scene is set for his greatest role. Someone is trying to murder him and he suspects it’s one of his guests. Intrepid, eccentric and wildly romantic, Gillette plans to solve the case himself as Sherlock Holmes. What follows is a clever whodunit packed with both suspense and laughter.

“A Sherlock Holmes whodunit kind of mystery packed with suspects and tinged with suspense and laughter,” says The London Times.

November 4 through 20, 2016
Fridays & Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m.
Tickets $20

Purchase Tickets Here
or call the 301-258-6394



THURSDAY OCT. 20 at 1 and 8 PMJust in time for Halloween,The Montgomery Playhouse in partnership with Theatre Arts on the Green
presents a staged reading of An Evening with Edgar Allen Poe adapted by Robert Mason and Lindsay Price
Directed by Roxanne Fournier Stone.

With: Dan Awkward, Leena Dev, Joy Gerst, Pauline Griller-Mitchell,
Jane Squier Bruns, Ed Silverstein, Matthew Ratz, Kashyap Sridhar,
Roger Stone, Aubrey Tingler
Enter the wonderfully creepy world of Edgar Allen Poe, with six faithful adaptations of some of his
most haunting works.

The horror stories of Edgar Allen Poe are performed as a staged reading and includes old favorites such
as “The Cask of Amontillado” and “The Tell-Tale Heart,” to lesser known gems like “The Oblong Box” and
“The System of Dr. Tarr and Professor Fether.” This collection of short plays represents Poe at his most horrifying.

Recommended for ages 12 & up.
October 20, 2016 – Only two performances at:
1 PM and 8 PMTickets: $20 / $12 Youth (14 and under)

Performances at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn
311 Kent Square Road
Gaithersburg, MD

For Reservations, Call-301-258-6394                                                                   Or Click Here

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