Season Subscriptions for MET’s MainStage 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.
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: 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: $128
Under 25/Over 65/Military Pricing: $118
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 Price: $135
BY LAUREN GUNDERSON
DIRECTED BY GENÉ FOUCHÉ
SEPTEMBER 17 – OCTOBER 17
Preview September 16
ABOUT THIS SHOW
Olympe d Gourges, Charlotte Corday, Marie Anotinette and Marianne Angelle are losing their heads! While the men engage in hyporcritical rehetoric, these badass women plot to take down the extremists in this comedy set during the French Revolution’s Reign of Terror. For mature audiences only.
Individual tickets on sale August 1.
BY J.D. SIVERT
DIRECTED BY TABETHA WHITE
DECEMBER 3 – 26
Preview December 2
Santa Claus is coming to town! Or rather, Tiffany hopes she can get a Santa to come to the Christmas party she’s throwing for her daughter, all the while juggling a meddling mother, an irritating ex-husband, an ardent ex-boyfriend, and a potential blizzard! No, Virginia is a MET-original heart-warming holiday comedy, so hang your stockings and say your prayers. You-know-who is coming! For mature audiences only.
BY DOMINIQUE MORISSEAU
DIRECTED BY RAY HATCH
FEBRUARY 4 – MARC 6
Preview February 3
In 1967, where Motown is the soul of Detroit’s party scene, a brother and sister who have turned their basement into an after-hours joint find conflict as they both have different ideas about what to do with their inheritance. A mysterious woman finds her way into their lives and brings the family business to the brink. An unflinching look at race relations during the turbulent Civil Rights Movement. For mature audiences only.
BY STEVE MARTIN
DIRECTED BY TAD JANES
MARCH 25 – APRIL 24
Preview March 24
On a warm summer night, Norm and Corky invite another couple to their home to watch a once-in-a-lifetime meteor shower. The new friends turn Corky and Norm’s lives upside down in this wildly unpredictable play that bends the nature of time and reality to create something surprising and unforgettable. An absurdist comedy from the mind of legend Steve Martin. For mature audiences only.‘
BY MATTHEW LOPEZ
DIRECTED BY JULIE HERBER
MAY 13 – JUNE 12
“This play is stomp-your-feet, snap-your-fingers, clap-your-hands, singalong joy.”
The Philidelphia Inquirer
Casey is barely making ends meet as an Elvis impersonator at a Florida bar when management fires him and replaces him with a drag show. With rent (and a baby!) due, he must let go of “The King” and find his inner “Queen”. The Legend of Georgia McBride is a comedy filled with one-liners, touching family moments, and killer dance moves. For mature audiences only.