SPECIAL EVENTS

METLab: Plays in Progress

July 19 – July 30 – 7pm

METLab is a sub-organization of the Maryland Ensemble Theatre dedicated to the development of new and original work from local playwrights and performance artists. METLab is dedicated to cultivating audience outreach, community discussion, and new play development in Frederick, MD.

For more information and specific show dated visit the METLab page

METLAb Pass $25 (Support METLab and get reserved seating!)
Individual readings are pay-what-you-will

 

MET-X & Carroll Arts Center present

JUNIE B. JONES, THE MUSICAL

Sat., July 22 – 10:30am and 2:30pm

Laugh yourself silly with this musical version of the bestselling books by Barbara Park. Meet Junie B., the world’s funniest first grader, and her classmates who help her get into all kinds of trouble. Family-friendly show.

Tickets: Adults $12 • Children $10

 

MET-X & Theatre FCC present

YOUNG CAMELOT AND THE FIGHT FOR THE HOLY GRAIL

A new play by Sarah Shulman

Young Camelot is MET’s annual community collaboration with Frederick Community College and The Ensemble School

August 11,12,17,18,19 – 7pm

Frederick Community College, Jack B. Kussmaul Theatre

Before Arthur and Guinevere sat on the throne, before Merlin wielded his staff and before anyone ever gathered around a round table, they were all students at the world renowned school for sorcery, knighthood, and ladyship…Avalon Academy. For generations the sorcery students and the knights in training enjoyed a passionate rivalry while the ladies kept to sidelines. All of that, however, is about to change. Family-friendly show.

Tickets: Adults $15 • Students/Seniors 60+ $12

 

LADIES OF THE CORRIDOR

By Dorothy Parker

A Staged Reading

August 20 & 21 – 5pm

August brings another MET-X production in collaboration with Managing Director, Christine Mosere with “The Endangered Species Project” (inspired by Seattle’s staged reading series) focusing on large cast productions with strong roles for women over 40. MET-X will present a staged reading of Dorothy Parker’s’ Ladies of the Corridor. “Brilliant – and, I may say blood-curdling” – New York Herald Tribune. As a feminist long before feminism was in vogue, Dorothy Parker collaborated with Arnaud d’Usseau on this social satire about the fate of women in society of the early 1950s. 

 

COMEDY PIGS SUMMER COMEDY EXTRAVAGANZA

August 25 & 26 – 8pm

MET’s resident improv/sketch comedy troupe, The Comedy Pigs, are back to bring a weekend of comedy in Frederick with an awesome line up of improvisers and stand up comedians from across the MD/VA/DC area. Both nights will feature completely different rosters of talent, with different forms of comedy, including short-form improv games, long-form improv, stand-up sketches, and everything in between. More Extra! More Ganza! Mature audiences only.