Silver Spring Stage announces auditions for their 2014-2015 season opening show, God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza.
Director Adam R. Adkins is looking to cast 4 actors who are willing to explore these themes with him in a healthy mix of dark and light. The ages of the parents are not set in stone, though they should look to be old enough to have a ten year old son (late 20’s-late 30’s preferably). The piece is very much an ensemble work, so most important is finding a cast that can play off of each other well. Also, please keep in mind that while this is a dark show, it is also a funny one. So don’t be afraid to find the humor where it is least expected.Read more »»
The American Association of Community Theatre (AACT) has selected Silver Spring Stage to participate in AACT NewPlayFest 2016 as one of just seven Producing Theatres nationwide.
In line with the AACT mission of providing support and resources to community theatres, the AACT NewPlayFest addresses the critical need for new, high-quality plays for community theatre audiences around the globe.Read more »»
From left to right: Seth Ghitelman, Amy Sullivan, Alika Codispoti, Andrea Spitz, Bridget Muehlberger, and Andy Greenleaf.
Photo courtesy of Harvey Levine
Silver Spring Stage is proud to announce that "Other Desert Cities" was named the Outstanding Play of the Year by the British Players' Ruby Griffith Award. This is the 11th Ruby Griffith Award in a row for the Stage bringing the total to 20 awards more than any other community theater in the region. The Stage congratulates Bridget Muehlberger, director, Seth Ghitelman, producer and the cast and crew for this exceptional production.
Silver Spring Stage is thrilled to be presenting an exciting slate of all new one plays in this year’s Festival. The Festival will take place on the weekends of August 7-10, 14-17, and 21-24, with a different program each weekend.
Directors, casts and production crew are hard at work getting these new plays ready for the stage, and we hope you will join us each weekend to see these new works.
For more information, please email email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you!Read more »»
Silver Spring Stage closes their 46th season with a riveting production of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Good People. This captivating dramadey about life struggles from rock bottom is both humorous and heartwarming; the perfect combination of reality and optimism blended into a brilliantly acted evening of theatre. Directed by Michael Kharfen, it’s an emotionally engaging opportunity to view life from many angles, including the less fortunate.
For Michael Kharfen, directing a play set in Boston is bringing out his roots — and his Boston accent.
“I grew up in the Boston area, so the characters, the setting, are very familiar to me,” Kharfen said.