Leave it to Psmith at MAD, Mar 22-Apr 6

Leave it to Psmith at MAD, Mar 22-Apr 6

Goddard’s Music and Drama Club (MAD Productions) presents:
Leave it to Psmith
A comedy of youth, love and misadventure
By Ian Hay and P. G. Wodehouse
Directed by Jon Gardner
Produced by Alethia Young, Eliot Malumuth and Susan Breon

Performances: March 22 through April 6, 2019
Fridays & Saturdays at 8pm, Sundays at 3pm

Location: Barney & Bea (GEWA) Recreation Center, Goddard Space Flight Center’s MAD Theater.

In Leave it to Psmith, Lady Middlewick returns in triumph, having inherited the Dulworthy diamonds. She organizes a house party featuring poets Ralston McTodd and Aileen Peavey, where she can show off the diamonds. With the help of Psmith, her stepson Freddie hatches an elaborate scheme to gain his own share of the inheritance so that he can marry his beloved Phyllis. As the diamonds attract some unsavory interest, Blandings Castle descends into chaos in this hilarious comedy by Ian Hay and P. G. Wodehouse.

Tickets: $20 on-line or $22 at the door. Opening weekend discount: $18 on-line only.

For tickets click here.

Romeo and Juliet, an Urban Love Musical at Charles Flowers High School, Mar 22-Apr 6

Romeo and Juliet, an Urban Love Musical at Charles Flowers High School, Mar 22-Apr 6

Charles Flowers High School Jaguar Players presents:
Romeo and Juliet
An Urban Love Musical
March 22 to April 6, 2019

By William Shakespeare
Director/Producer: Shanelle D. Ingram
Adapted by Akeira Cramer, Shanelle D. Ingram, Rashaud Matthews, Raenetta Robinson and Kierra Snowden
Music Director: Christopher Nichols
Choreographer Angelisa Gillyard and Asia Williams

Friday, March 22, 2019
Saturday, March 23, 2019
Friday, March 29, 2019
Saturday, March 30, 2019
Friday, April 5, 2019
Saturday, April 6, 2019
Start time: 7:00pm.

Location: Charles H. Flowers High School in Springdale.

“Romeo and Juliet: an Urban Love Musical” is an urban adaptation of William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. This modern twist to a classic tale of “love at first sight” is written by proud graduates of Prince George’s County Public Schools: Eleanor Roosevelt High School Graduate, Shanelle Ingram (Producer/Director); and Charles Herbert Flowers Graduates: Akeira Cramer (2011), Rashaud Matthews (2013), Raenetta Robinson (2013), and Kierra Snowden (2011). Asia Williams (2013) joins the production as one of its talented choreographers.

Set in modern-day Washington D.C., the District’s two feuding families—The Capulets & Montagues—have been fighting for decades. Despite the confusion and chaos of their upbringing, Romeo and Juliet find one another and fall deeply in love. However, unlike the original Shakespeare classic, this show doesn’t end in “woe”! Follow the “two star-crossed lovers” and their families and friends on their journey to love, peace, and unity! “Romeo and Juliet: an Urban Love Musical” looks at love and its positive effects on mankind. Laugh and cry at the joy and despairs of young love! Through song, dance and verse, the Jaguar Players are sure to mesmerize young and old audiences alike! Because “there’ll never be” another love like~~~ Romeo and Juliet!

Tickets: $10. VIP preferred seating: $15.

For tickets or more information call 301-636-8000, ext 81180 or email: dramaboosters1@gmail.com

The Enchanted at Bishop McNamara High School, Mar 22-24

The Enchanted at Bishop McNamara High School, Mar 22-24

Bishop McNamara High School presents
The Enchanted
Written as Intermezzo by Jean Giraudoux
Translated and adapted by Maurice Valency

March 22 – 24, 2019
Friday, March 22nd @ 7:00 pm
Saturday, March 23rd @ 7:00 pm
Sunday, March 24th @ 2:00 pm

Location: Bishop McNamara High School in Forestville.

The Theatre Program presents this year’s spring play, The Enchanted a story about a charming young lady in a French town who is obsessed with the supernatural. Most of the townspeople are tolerant of her, but the government inspector regards her as a threat to order and security. He summons all of the authority and power of the state to rid her of her obsession. She then falls in love, discovering the joys of the normal world and accomplishing in a split second what law, force and logic could not.

Tickets are $10, and can be purchased here.

For more information click here.

Harriet Tubman: The Chosen One at the Beltsville Public Library, Mar 25

Harriet Tubman: The Chosen One at the Beltsville Public Library, Mar 25

Harriet Tubman: The Chosen One

Monday, March 25, 2019 at 7:00pm

Location: Beltsville Public Library 4319 Sellman Road, Beltsville MD 20705.

Description:
“Harriet Tubman – The Chosen One” is a dynamic one-woman show that takes its audience on one of the many journeys Ms. Tubman took on the Underground Railroad.

Free Performance.

Beech Tree Puppets presents The Fisherman and His Wife at College Park Arts Exchange, Mar 23

Beech Tree Puppets presents The Fisherman and His Wife at College Park Arts Exchange, Mar 23

Beech Tree Puppets presents:
The Fisherman and His Wife

Sunday, March 24, 2019, 3:00 pm, Old Parish House

Location: College Park Arts Exchange

A classic fairy tale from the Brothers Grimm, presented in Beech Tree’s serene and mesmerizing style.

Free and Open to the Public