The Montgomery Playhouse is please to announce its season for 2016-2017.
POSTMORTEM by Ken Ludwig
November 4-20, 2016; Tickets: $20
In partnership with the Gaithersburg Arts Barn/Arts on the Green
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. Recommended for ages 15 & up.
AN AMERICAN DAUGHTER by Wendy Wasserstein
May 12-28, 2017 (closes Memorial Day Weekend); Tickets: $20
In partnership with Gaithersburg Arts Barn/Arts on the Green
As a respected health crusader and devoted wife and mother, Dr. Lyssa Hughes seems perfect for the role of U.S. Surgeon General, until a chance remark at a fashionable brunch sets off a media feeding frenzy. A comic and moving tale about the pitfalls that await political appointees. Recommended for ages 15 & up.
Montgomery Playhouse’s production of Relativity will be presented at the Eastern States Theater Association festival the weekend of 17-20 March 2016. Please see the ESTA Festival website for more information: http://www.estafestival.org/.
Montgomery Playhouse in partnership with The City of Gaithersburg is pleased to present:
A Grand Night For Singing Music Richard Rodgers, Lyrics Oscar Hammerstein II, Book Walter Bobbie
Directed by Kevin Sockwell
Musical Direction by Arielle Bayer
Choreography by Melanie Barber
With: Brian Lyons-Burke Lauren-Nicole Gabel Jennifer Georgia Daniel Santiago Rachel Weisenthal
February 12 – 27, 2016 Fridays & Saturdays at 8 PM Sunday Feb.14 and Feb. 21 at 2 PM
Special Matinee Performace Saturday February 20 at 2 PM
Arts on the Green – Gaithersburg Arts Barn
311 Kent Square Road
Gaithersburg, MD 20878-5727
Tickets: Adults – $22 – Youth(14 and under) – $12
Broadway’s tribute to the genius of Rodgers & Hammerstein. This is the perfect Valentine’s Weekend show — a revue of Rodgers and Hammerstein songs about love and romance in all sorts of stages, ages and varieties. But if you can’t do that weekend, you get the two following as well. And to make extra sure you can come, we’re even doing two shows on Saturday, February 20.
The production features a cast of five singing 38 beloved and lesser-known songs, including some very jazzy arrangements
that sound like the Andrews Sisters and Manhattan Transfer.
This isn’t your grandma’s R & H folks — It’s funny, touching, toe-tapping, all-singing fun!
There are only 9 performances, and the Arts Barn only has 99 seats, so make your reservations now!