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The Importance of Being Earnest

By Oscar Wilde

Produced by Susan Parker
Directed by Emily Grove

Jan 27, 28, Feb 2, 3, 4 at 7:30pm
Jan 29, Feb 5 at 2:00pm

Doors open about 30 minutes before the start time of the show.

Tickets: $25 (Students $15 – Matinees only)
A limited number of tickets are available at the Arnould Gallery on Washington St in Marblehead.


Marblehead Little Theater is excited to announce the cast of The Importance of Being Earnest.

Ian Hemlick as Jack; Gary Ames as Algernon; Cailin McCormack as Gwendolyn; Stanis Ames as Cecily; Ursina Amsler as Lady Bracknell; Kim Flowers as Miss Prism; Bill Brauner as Rev. Chasuble; Carlton Powers as Lane and Jacob Lyons as Merriman.

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It’s Valentine’s day, so come laugh with the one you love!

Accidentally on Purpose is back at The Marblehead Little Theatre where they have been amusing audiences for years. The North Shore’s #1 Improv Troupe will be performing on Tuesday, February 14 at 8:00 pm.  Have dinner at any one of the many local restaurants within walking distance to the Theatre before or after the show. Tickets $15 on line here or at the Arnould Gallery on Washington St

Headliner news article and interview on AOP Courtesy of MHTV, Marblehead, MA 

(Recorded earlier in 2016. and reference to an earlier performance.)

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The Mugford Street Players presents A Picasso by Jeffrey Hatcher
On stage March 1-12, 2017

Co-produced by Greg Mancusi-Ungaro & John Fogle
Directed by John Fogle

A claustrophobic dance of deception

Art brushes with politics in A Picasso!

Set in a vault under the streets of German-occupied Paris in 1941, A Picasso pits the famous artist against Miss Fischer, a cultural attaché from Berlin, who must determine if paintings recently confiscated by the Nazis are real–or fake–Picassos. Only the artist can say for sure…but will he? A tango of sex, politics and power ensues…with a climactic twist.

A society renowned for fostering artistic freedom is suddenly under the jackboot of a paranoid culture at its most oppressive. In A Picasso, playwright Jeffrey Hatcher asks…what is the value of art in a world going to hell?

“Artful, remarkable and genuinely dramatic, with impressive sensitivity and wit.” —NY Daily News.
“Sex, art, Nazis, and a classy twentieth-century icon, all wrapped up like a tasty cultural burrito. Expertly done.” —Star-Ledger.
“A polished production with carefully sprung surprises.” —NY Times.
“An intense confrontational drama.” —Miami Herald.

About Jeffrey Hatcher

One of America’s most widely produced playwrights, Hatcher’s many award-winning original plays have been performed on Broadway, Off-Broadway, and regionally across the US and abroad. Some of his plays include Three Viewings, Scotland Road, A Picasso, Neddy, Korczak’s Children, Mercy of a Storm, Work Song: Three Views of Frank Lloyd Wright and Lucky Duck. Hatcher wrote the book for the Broadway musical Never Gonna Dance and the musical, ELLA.

About The Mugford Street Players (MSP)

Founded in 1975 in residence at the Unitarian Universalist Church on Mugford Street– hence the name – MSP has presented more than 50 shows – including Hamlet, Equus, The Weir, The Homecoming, Art and Our Country’s Good – at a variety of local and international venues. For more than 25 years, their annual performance of A Little Dickens brought Dickens’ A Christmas Carol alive for local audiences.

The group has been recognized for excellence at the NETC/EMACT Drama Festival for A.R. Gurney’s The Love Course (Best Production), Brian Friel’s Molly Sweeney (First Runner-Up to Best Production), Alfred Uhry’s Driving Miss Daisy, and Thornton Wilder’s Infancy. Most recently, MSP presented Arthur Miller’s classic Death of a Salesman at Marblehead Little Theatre

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1776-webMarblehead Little Theater presents

1776

Book by Peter Stone
Music and Lyrics by Sherman Edwards
Produced by Robert Kerrigan
Directed by Robert Kerrigan and Lance Arnold
Music Directed by Gina Nagger

April 6, 7 8 and 9
At Historic Abbot Hall in Marblehead, MA

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Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales

Join Marblehead Children’s Theatre this Spring for the musical comedy adaptation of The Stinky Cheese Man and Other Fairly Stupid Tales by John Glore (based on the book by Jon Scieszka and Lane Smith) Directd by Ali Mahon Music Direction by Justin Leusner Jones Stage Manager Abbey HS Intern Caroline McNelis MLT’s Children Theatre program […]

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