The Canterville Ghost
The reviews are in:
Md Theater Guide Says:
“If you’re looking for a fun evening of light scares and big laughs, I recommend checking out “The Canterville Ghost” – Kristin Franco – Md Theater Guide
DC Metro Theater Arts Says:
“Hurry to see The Canterville Ghost before the apparition disappears!” – Mark Ludder – DC Metro Theater Arts
Oscar Wilde’s The Canterville Ghost by Marisha Chamberlain
Produced in partnership with Montgomery Playhouse and Gaithersburg Arts On The Green
Directed by Naomie Ratz
Produced by David Jones
With: Corrie Bolcik, Areya Campbell-Rosen, Dino Coppa,
Isabel Miller, Mo Shokoohi, Victoria Sova, Kyle Tirak,
John Van Eck, Amanda Wesley
A no-nonsense American family buys an old mansion in rural England. They scoff at warnings of a fierce and violent resident ghost. The clever ghost is determined to scare them out, or worse.
Sept. 15 – Oct. 1, 2017
Fri. & Sat. at 8:00 PM
Sundays at 2:00 PM
Gaithersburg Arts Barn
311 Kent Sq, Rd
Tickets: General Admission
$12 Youth (14 and under)
CLICK HERE FOR TICKETS
An EVENING WITH EDGAR ALLAN POE – ONE DAY ONLY!
THURSDAY OCT. 20 at 1 and 8 PM
Just 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
For Reservations, Call-301-258-6394 Or Click Here
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
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
For Reservations call: 301-258-6394
Or Click Here For Tickets
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!
It doesn’t get more grand than this!