Now that Halloween is over we can count down to something truly scary. On Nov 7th, the Maryland Ensemble Theatre will fast forward four years into the Trump Presidency with Great Again!
On Monday, November 7–Election Eve–look into the political future we would all be lucky to avoid. Great Again takes a satiric look four years deep into a Donald Trump presidency. Guided by Ben Carson we get a grand tour of the Trump’s White House, his relationship with Vladimir Putin, and the growing tension with his former nemesis, Ted Cruz. It’s Our Town for the Trump administration, and you won’t want to miss this one-time staged reading featuring Jack Evans (Donald Trump), Ray Hatch (Ben Carson), Thom Huenger (Ted Cruz), Reiner Prochaska (Vladimir Putin), Sonny Etzler (Paul Manafort), Laura Stark (Kellyanne Conway) and Isabel Duarte (Ivanka Trump).
The show is written and directed by MET Company Member Kevin Cole and can be seen on Monday 11/7 at 8 p.m. at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre
. Tickets are pay what you can, so come on down and catch a glimpse of the future that hopefully won’t be.
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This past weekend there was no live episode of The Last Hurrah, instead we released an in depth look into the Maryland Ensemble Theatre’s newest production: The Arsonists. This special episode of The Last Hurrah features interviews with the cast and crew of The Arsonists, examining the show and the process of putting it together. Give it a listen and purchase your tickets at marylandensemble.org
The Arsonists runs from February 13 through March 8
Gerard Stropnicky (Director)
Tad Janes (MET Artistic Director/Biedermann)
Julie Herber (Choreographer)
Callan Holderbaum (Music Arranger/Composer)
Katie Rattigan (Anna)
Tim Seltzer (Eisenring)
The Last Hurrah returns to the MET on February 22 at 7pm