THE CANTERVILLE GHOST – OPENING SEPT. 15

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
Gaithersburg, MD.

Tickets: General Admission
$20 Adults
$12 Youth (14 and under)

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Tickets for One-Act Festival 2017

COMEDY! DRAMA! ALIENS!

Tickets are now available for the
Montgomery Playhouse 2017 One-Act Festival.

Please note our new Germantown location:
13220 Wisteria Dr Ste N13
Germantown, MD 20874-2603

Two weekends — Seven plays
Each weekend is a different program
Ticket $20 — Limited seating
Purchase tickets with the links below

Group A
Friday & Saturday July 21 & 22 — 8:00PM
Sunday July 23 — 2:00 PM

20 Questions by Rob Gorman
directed by Anne VanDercook
featuring Erin Kelman and Kelly Peters

A man learns the meaning of life in 20 questions (or less) in a sports bar.

Confusion in the Midsection by David Epstein
directed by David Fialkoff
featuring Jennifer Dorsey, Marc Rehr, and David Scheele

Chasid is seated next to Caitlyn on a plane. He asks her to move elsewhere because his strong religious beliefs don’t allow him to sit next to a woman.

The Knee to My Heart by Chip Bolcik
directed by Jen Katz
featuring Rebecca Korn and Ren Stone

Two aliens have come to earth looking for just the right soil to save their planet. The leader is fearful of meeting Earthlings but the mission partner has fallen in love with the planet.

Two Drink Minimum by Emilio Iasiello
directed by Kryss Lacovaro
featuring Michael Abendshein, Peter Rouleau, and Anne VanDercook

In a low-brow hotel bar on New Year’s Eve, a young woman has been waiting for her date for a long time. The bartender recognizes that she has been abandoned and begins to prey on her weakness. An Elvis impersonator shows up and the battle for Nancy begins.

Tickets: July 21 July 22 July 23

Group B
Friday & Saturday July 28 & 29 — 8:00PM
Sunday July 30 — 2:00 PM

Janus by Stephen LaRocque
directed by David Fialkoff
featuring Jennifer Dorsey, Marc Rehr, and David Scheele

Robert Friedlander-Prechtl, a retired economist and writer and whose work was incorporated into the Nazi economic recovery program is visited by a German official from Himmler’s office. Prechtl is an embarrassment to the Nazis because his mother was Jewish.

Searching for Hope by Farid Bozorgmehr
directed by Farid Bozorgmehr
featuring Courtney James, Steve Kaufman, Naomi Ratz, Kyle Tirak, and Jill Vanderweit

A Persian woman named Niloo travels to America looking for Babak. She needs to convince Babak to go back to Iran to save someone whose life can be saved only by him.

Swimwear by Stephen LaRocque
directed by Pauline Griller-Mitchell
featuring Jen Katz and Matthew Ratz

A young woman on a winter beach photo shoot finds herself abandoned on a beach by her photographer. She is dressed only in swimwear. A fisherman passes by and she asks for help. It turns out that the man is a priest.

Tickets: July 28 July 29 July 30

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