2018-2019 Fun Company Season

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Season Subscriptions for MET’s Fun Company Series are flexible and affordable ways to save money while supporting Maryland Ensemble Theatre. Your purchase lets you choose seats and dates before the general public. Plan a season full of date nights, girlfriend gatherings, and family time in one easy step.

SEASON TICKETS

Pick your own seats and dates with free ticket exchanges for no extra cost or hassle to you!

Each Season Subscription includes SIX MainStage productions, one Fun Company and one MET Comedy Night production, a “Bring a Friend Pass,” invitations to our special events: “Wine and Rehearsal” and “Tea and Tech” AND for those times when you need extra tickets to any show at MET you receive 10% savings on general public prices for any MET produced show (rentals excluded).

Season Ticket Price Per Person:  $110

Under 25/Over 65/Military Pricing: $100


FLEX PASS

Each Flex Pass includes SIX MainStage tickets to be used in whatever way the pass holder would like – all for one show or mixed up between shows. Flex pass holders also receive a ticket to a Fun Company or MET Comedy Night production.

MET Flex Passes go on sale August 1.

Flex Pass Price: $120


3-SHOW MINI PASS

Each Mini-Pass is good for one ticket to three different MainStage productions.

MET 3-Show Mini Passes go on sale August 1.

Price: $65


CLICK, CLACK, MOO

SEPTEMBER 22  – OCTOBER 14

ADAPTED FROM THE BOOK BY DOREEN CRONIN
ADAPTED BY JAMES E. GROTE
ILLUSTRATIONS BY BETSY LEWIN
MUSIC BY GEORGE HOWE
LYRICS BY GEORGE HOWE AND JAMES E. GROTE

Farmer Brown’s cows are c-c-c-cold. They’d like cozy electric blankets. But how to tell him? Eureka! They discover an old typewriter in the barn, and start sending him notes. Farmer Brown finds the click clack of the typewriter annoying, but he doesn’t take it seriously…until the cows post a rebellious note on the barn door: “Sorry. We’re closed. No milk today.” Uh, oh, how will barnyard peace be restored? Come find out, in this delightful musical adaptation of the Caldecott Honor Book by Doreen Cronin.

Individual tickets on sale August 1.

 

JUNIE B. JONES IN JINGLE BELLS BATMAN SMELLS

NOVEMBER 24 – DECEMBER 23

BY ALLISON GREGORY

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.

Individual tickets on sale August 1.

 

EL VIAJE DE BEATRIZ (BEATRIZ’S JOURNEY)

FEBRUARY 2 – FEBRUARY 24

BY ANDREA MOON
CONCIEVED BY ANDREA MOON AND SAMANTHA PROVENZANO

When Beatriz slams into her room to escape a fight with her parents, she turns to Beatrizita, a doll made for her by her recently deceased abuela, for comfort. Beatrizita magically comes to life and send Beatriz searching for her abuela in Dreamland with nothing but a blank map to guide her. A wondrous adventure begins and along the way she discovers regalitos (little gifts) that her abuela’s kindness instilled within her.

Individual tickets on sale August 1.

 

GO DOG GO

MARCH 30 – APRIL 14

BOOK BY STEVEN DIETZ AND ALLISON GREGORY
MUSIC BY MICHAEL KOERNER

P.D. Eastman’s classic children’s book comes to life onstage in a exploration of movement, color and space. The dogs delve into life with gusto, creating a visual spectacle for the audience to feast upon. They snorkel. They howl at the moon. They ride a ferris wheel. They sing and dance and climb trees. A big and little musical world of doggy fun. Like a pop up book that comes to life- and never stops.

Individual tickets on sale August 1.

 

THE LIGHT PRINCESS

MAY 11 – JUNE 2

FROM THE STORIES OF GEORGE MACDONALD

In George MacDonald’s classic story, the Light Princess has been cursed to float above the ground, never finding stability. In this dark fairy tale, she must learn to express her emotions or forever be at the mercy of gravity. Will she make peace with her parents, or will she find strength in rebellion? Will she find true love, or did she ever truly need it in the first place? People of all ages will find something to enjoy in this lesser-known fairy tale.

Individual tickets on sale August 1.