Maryland Ensemble Theatre to Present GREEN HOUSE, 7/25-26
Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) will present "Green House". From the creators of the "Laugh Station" series comes an all new in your face, multimedia comedy blow out! Anything goes in this fast paced, surreal and somewhat sexually confused original sketch show. Imagine what happens when your TV takes bad acid. Guaranteed to make your mind melt and alter your consciousness (in the best way possible). Take a trip to the Rainbow Lake, enjoy shopping at the Pants Labyrinth, drink a little Day Wine and learn what happens to the last man on Earth. This and much, much more is waiting for you at... "GREEN HOUSE".
"Green House" will be directed by MET company member Matt Lee, who will be familiar to MET audiences from "Laugh Station", "The Glass Menagerie", "End Days", and numerous other MET shows. Lee is also a cast member and will be joined on stage by Brian Artusio, Kevin Cole, Jack Colliver, Joe Colliver, Caitlyn Joy, Trevor Marin, Courtney McLaughlin and Bailey Sterling. All original music is by Joe Colliver, Mac Kennedy and Trevor Marin.
Maryland Ensemble Theatre will present "Green House" as part of its MET-X series. MET-X is programming, usually self-produced by Ensemble Members, created outside of MET's Mainstage season to expand the collective horizons of the Ensemble and its audience. Performances are July 25 and 26 at 9pm at Maryland Ensemble Theatre (31 W Patrick St. Frederick) located in the historic FSK Hotel. Tickets are $11.50 (includes all ticketing fees) and may be purchased by phone at (301) 694-4744, online at marylandensemble.org, or in person at the MET box office. "Green House" is intended for mature audiences only.
Maryland Ensemble Theatre produces thought-provoking theatre, fun family entertainment, artist residency programs for public schools, theatre camps, challenging classes and side-splitting comedy.
Photo Credit: Bailey Sterling