One-Act Festival 2020!

We are pleased to announce that Montgomery Playhouse, in partnership with Kentlands Community Players, will be holding a One-Act Festival this April (17th, 18th and 19th) at the Rosborough Cultural Arts and Wellness Center located in the Asbury Methodist Village in Gaithersburg, MD.

The auditions are coming very quickly – February 7th (6:30 pm) and 8th (2:30 pm). Those will be held at the Kentlands Carriage House – 321 Kent Square Road in Gaithersburg.

More details to come, we look forward to seeing you there!


Anne VanDercook

New Board of Directors!

President — Anne VanDercook (

Vice President — Elizabeth Weiss (assuming role of AD) (

Treasurer — John Van Eck (

Secretary — Open

Technical Director — Tom Barylski (

Member at Large (HR and Contracts) — Lauren-Nicole Gabel (

Member at Large Jennifer Georgia (

Member at Large Michael Abendshein (EP) (

Member at Large MollyBeth Rushfield (

Member at large Kryss Lacovaro Curtis (

We are all so excited to serve you and look forward to sharing with you a vision for our bright future!

91 years and counting . . . .


Catch Me If You Can

The Montgomery Playhouse celebrates its 90th season with Catch Me If You Can, written by Robert Thomas, Jack Weinstock and Willie Gilbert.

Overflowing with mirth, this comedy-whodunit will keep you guessing from beginning to end. An advertising man brings his bride to the boss’s mountain lodge for a honeymoon. The groom soon calls in the local police to investigate her sudden disappearance. Enter a pretty young girl who insists over his protests that she is the missing wife. A priest backs up her story. A local deli owner visits and before you know it there are two murders at the isolated lodge.

The show runs January 4 through 20, 2019, with performances on Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at 2 p.m at the Arts Barn, located at 311 Kent Square Road in Gaithersburg. Admission is $20, $18 for students ages 15 – 21 with student ID. This show is recommended for ages 15 and older.

Montgomery County's oldest community theater