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Theatre Performances

Productions and Audition Information
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All Fall and Spring 2022–23 theatre performances will be in-person. Production information is listed below.

Montgomery College's College Performing Arts Series productions often contain adult language and situations.
Some productions include discussions of sexuality, sexual abuse, and/or cultural and personal violence.

To recommend a play for Department consideration, please complete and submit this MC Theatre Play Suggestion formnew window.

Students interested in supporting the productions as performers, management, technicians, and crew should email Professor Hengen for more information.


Spring 2023 Productions

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The Amateurs by Jordan Harrison

Directed by Roberta Gasbarre
Theatre Arts Building, Rockville

Wednesday, February 22 to Saturday, February 25, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, February 26, 2 p.m.
For Tickets, please go to The Montgomery College Arts Series Tickets webpage.

"An intrepid troupe of pageant players races across medieval Europe, struggling to outrun the Black Death. The arrival of a mysterious outsider sends Hollis, the leading lady, in search of answers that can only be found off-script... and soon the 14th-century plague begins to look like another, more recent one. This wildly inventive and funny new work examines the evolution of human creativity in a dark age: When does a crisis destroy us, and when does it open new frontiers?” ~ concordtheatricals.com

 

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Men on Boats by Jacklyn Backhaus

Directed by Chelsea Radigan
Theatre Arts Building, Rockville
Wednesday, April 19 to Saturday, April 22, 7:30 p.m.; Sunday, April 23, 2 p.m. 

“…off-the-canyon-walls funny…” —Variety. “[MEN ON BOATS] is marvelously destabilizing both as history and theater. The stalwartness and selfishness of the adventurers—their cockiness and cluelessness—become biting satire when sent up by women.” —NY Magazine. “…you will surely want to spend time with the hearty title characters of MEN ON BOATS…[a] rollicking history pageant…MEN ON BOATS makes canny use of the obvious distance between performers and their roles to help bridge the distance between then and now…The tone is comic, but never cute or camp. And ultimately, you feel, the play respects its bold if fallible pioneers, in all their natural bravery and fearfulness.” —NY Times.” ~ dramatists.com


Past Performances

Past performances can be found here.