Our Town

Thornton Wilder’s  Pulitzer Prize winning play is a timeless drama of life in an imaginary New Hampshire town.  Our Town is an American Classic  with near universal appeal. 

“Our Town explores the relationship between two young Grover’s Corners neighbors, George Gibbs and Emily Webb, whose childhood friendship blossoms into romance, and then culminates in marriage. When Emily looses her life in childbirth, the circle of life portrayed in each of the three acts of Our Town–growing up, adulthood, and death–is fully realized.” thorntonwilder.com

Produced by Greg Mancusi-Ungaro
Directed by John Fogle

OPENING NIGHT Friday, March 2 at 7:30pm
(Reception following performance)
Adults $35/Seniors $25/Students $15

March 3, 9, 10, 16, 17
Adults $25/Seniors $20/Students $15

March 3, 4, 10, 11, 17, 18
Adults $20/Seniors $15/Students $15

The Cast of Our Town

Emily Webb Tina Barry
Mr. Webb Martin Brother
Mrs. Webb Janet Dauray
Wally Webb Toby Faeskorn
George Gibbs Daniel Alvarado
Dr. Frank Gibbs Kevin Walker
Mrs. Julia Gibbs /Choir Sue Brother
Rebecca Gibbs / Choir Hannah Wagner
Howie Newsome / Choir/Farmer McCarthy Jeremiah Poope
Prof. Willard / Choir/1st Dead Man Timothy Kenslea
Constable Bill Warren / Choir/ Victor Brandalise
Mrs. Soames / Choir Trudi Olivetti
Joe Stoddard / Choir Ron Amon
Simon Stimson / Choir Jim Butterfield
Sam Craig Andrew Dunlop
Woman in Balcony / Choir / 2nd Dead Woman Michelle Gatta
Man in Aud. e/ Choir/1st Baseball Guy/2nd Dead Man Kirk Clingen
Artistic Lady / Choir Hazel Grenham
Joe / Si Crowell Charlie Brenneman
2nd Baseball guy / Choir Harrison Larkins
Stage Manager Brian Casey
Asst. Stage Manager Eleanor Mancusi-Ungaro

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Join MLT for our spring musical at the Firehouse as we adventure to a time of creation with Stephen Schwartz and John Cain’s Children of Eden

Book by John Caird
Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Based on a concept by Charles Lisanby

Producer: Dave Levy
Director: Andrea Giangreco
Music Director: Gina Naggar
Choreographer:  Kai Chao
Lighting and Sound: Jason Margossian
Costumes: Laura Dillon
Stage Manager: Casey Lynn Roland

MLT’s cast and crew will bring song and dance to the stories of Genesis, with tales of the Creation by Father, Adam, Eve, the Garden and up to Noah and the Great Flood. 

The production will run at Marblehead Little Theatre on April 5 , 6, 12, 13 & 14 at 7:30 p.m., and April 7 & 15 at 1:00pm.
Tickets will soon be available on-line here and at the Arnould Gallery in Marblehead

The Cast of Children of Eden
Father: James Tallach
Eve/Mama: Carol Smolinsky
Adam/Noah: Jay Pawlyk
Cain/Japeth: Mickey White
Abel/Ham: Brian Simons
Shem: Stephanie Mann
Yonah: Ariel Sargent
Aprah: Meghan Holtz
Young Cain: Andrew Ruocco
Young Able: Dan Pawlyk
Storytellers: Jamie Cabot, Andrew Ruocco, Dan Pawlyk, Meghan Holtz, Abby Berry, Shauna King, Stephanie Mann

Children of Eden
Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI).
All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

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Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s


Original Music and Lyrics by Richard M. Sherman and Robert B. Sherman 
Book by Julian Fellowes
New Songs and Additional Music and Lyrics by George Stiles and Anthony Drewe

Producers: Lori Lord, Susan Parker, Bobby Kerrigan
Director: Steve Black
Music Director: Lianne Goodwin
Choreographer: Nicole S. Gulino

June 23- July 1 at the Marblehead Veterans Middle School Performing Arts Center

Marblehead Little Theatre announces Non-Equity Auditions for

 Disney and Cameron Mackintosh’s  MARY POPPINS 

Auditions for adults and children:

Sunday, March 11th 7:00PM-7:45PM, 8:15-9:00PM. Actors should sign-up for a singing time slot and be prepared to attend a dance call from 7:45PM-8:00PM  

Tuesday, March 13th from 6:30PM-7:15PM, 8:00-9:00PM. Actors should sign-up for a singing time slot and be prepared to attend a dance call from 7:15PM-8:00PM

Callbacks: Sunday, March 18th from 6:00-8:00PM

Complete Audition Information      

Schedule an Audition Appointment

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Marblehead Little Theatre
and Rebel Shakespeare Company
Summer Teen Shakespeare Intensive


Written by William Shakespeare

Performances at the MLT Firehouse Theater August 17-19

The Rebel Shakespeare Teen Intensive and The Marblehead Little Theatre are  once again joining forces this August with the production of William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline.

(Wikipedia)  Cymbeline or sometimes referred to as Cymbeline, King of Britain, is a play by William Shakespeare set in Ancient Britain and based on legends that formed part of the Matter of Britain concerning the early Celtic British King Cunobeline. Although listed as a tragedy in the First Folio, modern critics often classify Cymbeline as a romance or even a comedy. Like Othello and The Winter’s Tale, it deals with the themes of innocence and jealousy. While the precise date of composition remains unknown, the play was certainly produced as early as 1611.

Rebel Shakespeare Company was founded in 1990 by Keri Cahill with twelve students and a staff of two. Since then, under Keri’s active involvement as artistic director, over 10,000 children and teens have participated in Rebel Shakespeare workshops, private classes, school residencies, and drama therapy programs. Rebel Shakespeare was first housed in Manchester-by-the-Sea, then spent many years at Fort Sewall in Marblehead and, later, Winter Island in Salem, MA. In 2016, Keri retired from active involvement in Rebel Shakespeare.

In 2017, with Keri’s blessing, Rebel Shakespeare Company was formally organized as a Massachusetts non-profit corporation. The company now operates under the guidance of a board of directors drawn in part from Rebel parents committed to continuing Keri’s vision and amazing work. Rebel Shakespeare programs are process-oriented. Actors of all ages in the summer program spend their days exploring plays through in-depth discussion, improvisation, movement, creative writing, visual arts, and rehearsal. Directors are on hand to facilitate the active participation of all students and to promote an environment of mutual support.

The directors are drawn from students (many of them former Rebels) with backgrounds in voice, movement, choreography, stage combat, and improvisation. All share a great love of working with children. No matter what age, every actor is considered an integral and equal member of the production team. Throughout the sessions, the company aspires to help each individual student to explore his/her own unique abilities and to encourage creative risk-taking, with the nurturing support of peers.

For information on programs for your children, please visit our Registrations page at RebelShakespeareCompany.org

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