December 5 - 20
Winnie the Pooh
by le Clanché du Rand
directed by Jon Gardner
Pooh and Piglet try to catch a Heffalump. It's Eeyore's birthday but he's lost his tail, and Rabbit is worried about the arrival of Kanga and Roo - with a bathtub and soap! Owl and Christopher Robin join in the adventures. The beloved inhabitants of the hundred-acre wood come to life in this musical adaptation of the Winnie-the-Pooh stories, sure to please Pooh fans of all ages.
December 4 - 19
A Christmas Cactus
by Eliot Byerrum
a Guest Production from Off The Quill
It's Christmas Eve and everyone's looking for a miracle. Two bumbling fugatives want help proving their innocence, the deputy DA wants a date, and Fred wants a vacation away from his overbearing mother. Private investigator Cactus O'Riley just wants a quiet night and a career change. What she gets instead is a merry, manic mystery that turns her life upside down, but might just prove the biggest miracle yet.
The Chromatics bring their "Not So Silent Night" to the Greenbelt Arts
Center. Performing a mixture of traditional holiday tunes and neo-classics,
tossed together with offbeat originals about life in our modern high-tech
world, and all done in their indescribable style, the Chromatics ensure that
the playfulness of the season shines through. All in all, just like a holiday
cookie platter - a little bit of something for everyone.
January 22 - February 13
by John Dempsey and Dana P. Rowe
directed by Jeffery Lesniak
It's the atomic 1950's at Enrico Fermi High, where the law is laid down by a zany, tyrannical principal. Pretty senior Toffee has fallen for the class bad boy. Family pressure forces her to end the romance, and he charges off on his motorcycle to the nuclear waste dump. He returns glowing and determined to reclaim her heart. He still wants to graduate, but most of all he wants to take Toffee to the prom. The principal orders him to drop dead while a scandal reporter seizes on him as the freak du jour.
March 4 - March 20
by Josh Harmon
directed by Bob Kleinberg
The night after their grandfather's funeral, three cousins engage in a verbal (and sometimes physical) battle. In one corner is Daphna, a "Real Jew" who is volatile, self assured, and unbending. In the other is her equally stubborn cousin Liam, a secular and entitled yound man, who has his shiksa girlfriend, Melody, in tow. Stuck in the middle is Liam's brother Jonah, who tries to stay out of the fray. When Liam stakes claim to their grandfather's Chai necklace, a vicious and hilarious brawl over family, faith, and legacy ensues.
by Matthew Barber
directed Pauline Griller-Michell
Post WWI, two British housewives plan a trip to Italy that will prove life-changing.
May 13 - 29
by Rita Abrams and Morris Bobrow
directed by Helen LaRose
A musical review that explores, with humor, the romantic and sex lives of mature people.
August 19 - September 4
by William Shakespeare
A guest production from The Rude Mechanicals
All shows start at 8pm unless otherwise stated. For reservations or more
information call 301-441-8770.
Greenbelt Arts Center, 123 Centerway, Greenbelt MD 20770
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