2012-2013 Season Subscriptions


Adapted by Patrick Barlow
From the novel by John Buchan
From the movie of Alfred Hitchcock

September 6–30

Clive Barnes, The New York Post

Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have The 39 Steps, a fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theatre! This 2-time Tony® and Drama Desk Award-winning treat is packed with nonstop laughs, over 150 zany characters (played by a cast of 4), an on-stage plane crash, handcuffs, missing fingers and some good old-fashioned romance!


Written by Alex Timbers
Music & Lyrics by Michael Friedman
Directed by Julie Herber
Musical Direction by Alison Shafer

October 18 – November 11

“A raucous combination political cartoon, rock concert and extended ‘Saturday Night Live’ sketch.”

Andrew Jackson is mad as hell and he’s not going to take it anymore! This emo-rock musical reinvents the seventh president and the guy whose face you know from the 20 dollar bill as a complete rock star. Winner of the 2010 Outstanding New Off-Broadway Musical, this angsty Wild-west-rock-fest will have you singing with the rebellion!


By Joe Landry
Directed by Joe Brady

December 6–30

“Terrific! The best holiday choice around!”
Chicago Tribune

If you loved the movie, you’ll fall head over heels for the tribute! This award-winning adaptation brings Bedford Falls to life by way of an on stage 1940s radio broadcast, and you’re invited to be a member of the live studio audience! Five actors play all the characters and make the sound effect in true 1940s radio show fashion.


By Tennessee Williams

February 7 – March 3

“Glass may break, candles may go out, but The Glass Menagerie endures. Unarguably one of the greatest American plays ever written.”
Broadway Magazine

The Glass Menagerie is an American masterpiece that announced the presence of one of the greatest dramatists of the 20th Century. Williams’ semi-autobiographical heartbreaking yet often humorous memory play about a young struggling poet and his tenuous reationships with his overbearing mother and his fragile sister is an emotionally charged portrait of hope in 1930s St. Louis that is timeless in its ability to capture the imagination and hearts of audiences.


April 4–28

“Finally Heard brings drmatic life to a little-known chapter of the War Between the States.”
Baltimore Sun

Sixteen years ago Maryland Ensemble Theatre mounted its first mainstage production, an original world premiere production about the real lives of six extraordinary women who lived during the Civil War. On the 150th Anniversary of the bloodiest conflict in our nation’s history, a war that pitted brother against brother, MET is thrilled to bring new life to its first ever production that gives voice to little known stories of these miraculous women. The original script was written in 1997 by Angela D’Ambrosia, Sophie Arrick, Meg Coyle-Stanford, Gené Fouché, Rona Mensah and Wanda Schell..


May 15 – June 9

MET brings you another original comedy for our season finale. The creators of Skin Deep and Something Brilliant Will Come To Us are gearing up for another wacky ensemble-created comedy to rock your socks off. We can’t give you a synopsis because we don’t yet know what it will be – that’s part of the fun!