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Hallmark Christmas Parody Next Up At Cumberland Theatre

The Cumberland Theatre concludes its 35th season with the hilarious Christmas comedy 'The Holiday Channel Christmas Movie Wonderthon.'

Free Shakespeare in the Park Festival Returns to Western Maryland

Discover the Cumberland Theatre's free Shakespeare in the Park festival in Western Maryland. Enjoy a month-long celebration of Shakespearean works, including a unique outdoor production of Taming of the Shrew.

MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS 2023 Announced At The Cumberland Theatre

The Cumberland Theatre will officially open their 35th Anniversary Season with the classic murder mystery Murder on the Orient Express on Friday, February 10th.

First Stats Released For The BroadwayWorld Baltimore Awards; Cumberland Theatre's ROCK OF AGES Leads Best Musical

The first live standings have been announced for the 2022 BroadwayWorld Baltimore Awards! Nominations were reader-submitted and now our readers get to vote for their favorites.

Maryland Ensemble Theatre's Fun Company Presents JUNIE B. JONES IN JINGLE BELLS BATMAN SMELLS

Based on the children's book by Barbara Park, this play follows the feisty and irrepressible June B. Jones as she plays Secret Santa to her least favorite classmate, Tattletale May. Will Junie B. give Tattletale May exactly what she thinks she deserves or will the holiday spirit force a change of heart?

Maryland Ensemble Theatre Presents MIDSUMMER: A MOST RARE VISION

After a year of virtual shows, Maryland Ensemble Theatre will close out their 2020-2021 Season of Surprises with a brand new, in-person, outdoor production: Midsummer: A Most Rare Vision. 

Maryland Ensemble Theatre Presents Its First Feature Film SOMETHING BRILLIANT

Maryland Ensemble Theatre will present their first feature film: Something Brilliant: The Rise And Fall Of The IllumiNation Cult. Available to stream through MET's website starting Saturday March 20, this original mockumentary directed by MET's Artistic Director Tad Janes and Associate Artistic Director Gené Fouché takes a comedic look at what became of the members of the IllumiNation cult featured in MET's 2007 original stage production: Something Brilliant Will Come To Us. 

Maryland Ensemble Theatre Presents Shakespeare's THE TEMPEST

Maryland Ensemble Theatre has announced its second production in its 2020-2021 Season Of Surprises: William Shakespeare's The Tempest.

MET's Fun Company Presents Junie B. Jones in JINGLE BELLS, BATMAN SMELLS

Maryland Ensemble Theatre's (MET) family theatre, The Fun Company, is proud to bring back Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells Batman Smells. Based on the children's books by Barbara Park, this play follows the feisty and irrepressible Junie B. Jones as she plays Secret Santa to her least favorite classmate, Tattletale May. Will Junie B. give Tattletale May exactly what she thinks she deserves, or will the holiday spirit force a change of heart? With plenty of laughs and life lessons, this story is the perfect holiday treat for the whole family.

CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION Comes to MET

Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) is proud to present Circle Mirror Transformation! A collection of quirky Vermont locals enrolls in Marty's a?oeAdult Creative Dramaa?? class; including James, Marty's apprehensive husband; Theresa, a darling former actress from New York; Lauren, an awkward high school junior and Schultz, a vulnerable and recently divorced carpenter. These once-strangers begin to know each other far more intimately than expected as they traverse along with Marty's seemingly silly theater games and exercises. The group finds itself thrust into real-life love triangles, family troubles, confessions, and unexpected transformations.

JUNIE B. JONES In Jungle Bells Batman Smells At MET's Fun Company

Maryland Ensemble Theatre's (MET) family theatre, The Fun Company is proud to bring back Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells Batman Smells. Based on the children's books by Barbara Park, this play follows the feisty and irrepressible Junie B. Jones as she plays Secret Santa to her least favorite classmate, Tattletale May. Will Junie B. give Tattletale May exactly what she thinks she deserves or will the holiday spirit force a change of heart? With plenty of laughs and life lessons, this story is the perfect holiday treat for the whole family.

Maryland Ensemble Theatre's MET-X Program Presents THE CANTERBURY TALES

FREDERICK CLASSICAL ENSEMBLE AND MET-X present Reiner Prochaska's comedic adaptation of Chaucer's marriage tales. This hilarious script showcases the bawdy humor of "The Miller's Tale," "The Merchant's Tale," "The Nun's Priest's Tale," and "The Wife of Bath's Prologue." Prochaska infuses "The "Franklin's Tale" with a hefty dose of comedy as the characters navigate their way through a rocky coastline and an awkward love triangle.

Maryland Ensemble Theatre Presents PETER AND THE STARCATCHER

Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) presents a grown up's prequel to Peter Pan, where a dozen actors play more than 100 unforgettable characters. An apprentice starcatcher (13 year-old Molly Aster) takes to the high seas with a trunk full of magic 'starstuff' and three orphan boys while being pursued by a boat-load of pirates. Peter and the Starcatcher was written by Rick Elice (Jersey Boys, Addams Family) with music by Wayne Barker. This adaptation is based on the 2006 novel of the same name by humorist Dave Barry and suspense writer Ridley Pearson.

MET's The Fun Company to Welcome Back the Feisty JUNIE B. JONES

Maryland Ensemble Theatre's (MET) family theatre, The Fun Company, is bringing back everyone's favorite first-grader this holiday season, the famously feisty and irrepressible Junie B. Jones. With plenty of laughs and life lessons, 'Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells' is the perfect holiday treat for the whole family.

MET's The Fun Company to Welcome Back the Feisty JUNIE B. JONES

Maryland Ensemble Theatre's (MET) family theatre, The Fun Company, is bringing back everyone's favorite first-grader this holiday season, the famously feisty and irrepressible Junie B. Jones. With plenty of laughs and life lessons, 'Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells' is the perfect holiday treat for the whole family.

Photo Flash: First Look at SUPERIOR DONUTS at Maryland Ensemble Theatre

Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) closes its 2015/16 MainStage season with Pulitzer-prize winning playwright Tracy Letts' urban comedy-drama Superior Donuts-running May 27th to June 19th at the MainStage MET Theatre on 31 West Patrick Street in Frederick, MD.

SUPERIOR DONUTS Opens 5/27 at MET

Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) closes its 2015/16 MainStage season with Pulitzer-prize winning playwright Tracy Letts' urban comedy-drama Superior Donuts-running May 27th to June 19th at the MainStage MET Theatre on 31 West Patrick Street in Frederick, MD.

Photo Flash: First Look at The Fun Company's JUNIE B. JONES IN JINGLE BELLS, BATMAN SMELLS at MET

Maryland Ensemble Theatre's (MET) family theatre, The Fun Company is bringing back everyone's favorite first-grader this holiday season, the famously feisty and irrepressible Junie B. Jones. With plenty of laughs and life lessons, 'Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells' is the perfect holiday treat for the whole family. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!

JUNIE B. JONES: JINGLE BELLS, BATMAN SMELLS Returns to Maryland Ensemble Theatre

Maryland Ensemble Theatre's (MET) family theatre, The Fun Company is bringing back everyone's favorite first-grader this holiday season, the famously feisty and irrepressible Junie B. Jones. With plenty of laughs and life lessons, 'Junie B. Jones in Jingle Bells, Batman Smells' is the perfect holiday treat for the whole family.

MET to Stage New Adaptation of FRANKENSTEIN

 Maryland Ensemble Theatre (MET) is thrilled to present a world premiere original production based on Mary Shelley's immortal classic Frankenstein. The ensemble-devised piece will be helmed by MET Associate Artistic Director, Julie Herber. The play will run at MET for four weeks beginning October 23.

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