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2015 Season

Download our 2015 Season brochure (PDF)
Please note: All artists, performances, dates, and times are subject to change.


ASGT Hits the Stage for 50th Performance Season

Read the article from the Capital Gazette

ASGT Steps Outside the Theatrical Box

Read the article from the Baltimore Sun


The Mystery of Edwin Drood
May 28-June 20, 2015

Book, Music & Lyrics by Rupert Holmes
Based on Charles Dickens’ unfinished novel
The Mystery of Edwin Drood

Director: Andy Scott
Music Director: Ken Kimble
Choreographer: Elysia Greene-Merrill
Stage Manager: Kristy McKeever


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Catch Me If You Can
July 2-July 25, 2015

Book by Terrence McNally | Music by Marc Shaiman |
Lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman
Based on the DreamWorks Motion Picture (2002) and the autobiography by Frank Abagnale, Jr. (1980)

Directed by: Mark BrinerDirector: Mark Briner
Music Director: Julie Ann Hawk
Choreographer: Becca Vourvoulas
Stage Manager: John Nunemaker


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The Addams Family
August 6-September 6, 2015

Music & Lyrics by Andrew Lippa
Book by Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice
Based on characters created by Charles Addams

Director: Debbie Barber-Eaton
Assistant Director: Jason Vellon
Music Director: David Merrill
Choreographer: Jamie Miller
Stage Manager: Rachel Ironmonger

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Past Memories

The Mystery of Edwin Drood

View photos and production information on our 2014 Season.

42nd Street, Shout! The Mod Musical, and Spamalot

 

Re-visit our 2013 season: Into the Woods, [title of show], and Swing!.

Re-visit our 2012 season: Anything Goes, Avenue Q, and Xanadu.

Re-visit our 2011 season: Hairspray, The Marvelous Wonderettes, and Chicago.

Auditions

Are you the next break out star? For complete audition information, please visit our auditions page.

 

Performance Schedule

Curtain time for all performances is 8:30pm.
Each show has performances Thursday through Sunday.
If you have any questions, call the box office at 410-268-9212


Performance Schedule for 42nd Street
Performance Schedule for Shout!
Performance Schedule for An Irreverent Musical

Special Events

"Aging Gracelessly: 50 Shades of Fay" An Oral Memoir in Two Short Acts
(with an intermission for cocktails)

Friday, September 11, 2015
(Raindate of Saturday, September 12)
$25 with a cash bar (beer and wine)
Tickets available online only beginning Thursday, August 6

Join us for an unforgettable evening of humor and inspiration with the inimitable Fay Jacobs - theatrical director, author of four award-winning books and columns in national publications, and past ASGT Artistic Director!

Rife with Fay's signature humor and quick wit, Aging Gracelessly: 50 Shades of Fay is a laugh-out-loud evening of amazing stories about life, liberty, and the aging process. Based on Fay's memoirs, this one woman tour de force features classic ASGT stories, as well as hilarious tales of life at the beach, zip lines, skunk sprays, schnauzers, and the fight for marriage equality.

Fay's journey is an important reminder that even life's most unpleasant surprises are worth it when you end up with a great story to tell. Join us as we go along for the hilarious ride!

Applause for Aging Gracelessly:

“Jacobs is a revelation as a performer, navigating hilarious scenes of relationship angst and haunting moments of the challenges of being a gay woman in mainstream America. Her effortless interaction with the audience made it seem she’s sharing her stories in a living room with close friends.”
Michael Gilles, Theatre Eleven

“Move over Lily Tomlin! Fay tells a great story!”
Lynn G., Carefree Resort

"Fay Jacobs’ sharp wit turns frustrating everyday events into laugh-out-loud medicine worthy of award-winning stand-up comedy.”
Author and Lambda Literary finalist Carsen Taite

Maryland Shakespeare Company's "Romeo & Juliet"
Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
July 6, 7, and 8, 2015 at 8:30pm

For three nights only, the Maryland Shakespeare Company (MSC) was welcomed back to the ASGT stage to present one of William Shakespeare’s classic plays under the stars. At 8:30pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday July 6-8, MSC transported audiences to the streets of Verona, Italy in "Romeo and Juliet", the Bard’s classic tale of love and loss. Eight MSC performers tackled 20 roles in this fast-paced play, complete with live music, advanced fight choreography, colorful costumes, and more.

MSC is a professional classical theatre company in residence at Goucher College in Towson. Local audiences will recall their lively productions of "A Midsummer Night's Dream" and "Twelfth Night", presented at ASGT in 2012 and 2013. MSC nurtures and supports independent actors in the Shakespearean tradition, emphasizing original Shakespearean stage practices both in the rehearsal room and on the stage. This creates a powerful connection between the actors and the audience, making viewers truly a part of the action.

In 1967 and again from 1998-2005, ASGT produced Shakespearean plays as part of our regular season. MSC’s production was the first "Romeo and Juliet" to be presented on our stage. We expect to welcome them back again in 2016, so stay tuned!

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VOLUNTEER with Summer Garden!

Photo by Bud Johnson for The Baltimore Sun

Photo by Bud Johnson for The Baltimore Sun

Anything Goes

2010:Forever Plaid

2010:Spelling Bee

2010:Forever Plaid

2010: Buddy Holly

2010: Spelling Bee

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