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Sep 5 ~ Sep 21
this classic and beloved treasure of American Musical Theatre, ten
young people joyously perform their way through the Gospel according to
Matthew. Through song, innovative theatrics, and creative play, a
community of love and fellowship is formed, only to be put in peril at
Jesus' ultimate trial. Is faith stronger than fear? With memorable
songs that encompass folk, rock, Broadway, and vaudeville, we invite
you to sing along with us in our powerful and moving production of
Godspell, unlike any the world has ever seen.
MET's next board meeting will be Tuesday, August 12th 6:00pm, at Maya New York Pizza, Bar & Grill on the SW corner of Brown & Mesa. (click here for a google map!)
Nov 7 ~ Nov 23
works on the stage like a well-crafted story, and Oliver! is just such
a show. Based on the Charles Dickens novel, it will engage the entire
family with its humor and drama, while delighting everyone with its
outstanding musical numbers. “Food, Glorious Food”, “I’d Do
Anything”, “Where is Love?”, “Consider Yourself”, “As Long As He Needs
Me”, “Who Will Buy?”, and “Reviewing the Situation” are musical theatre
classics. Dickens' characters are brought to life-perhaps larger
than life-in this timeless tale.
The 39 Steps
Jan 9 ~ Jan 25
Alfred Hitchcock thrilling spy mystery reinterpreted
by...comedians? A Manic Mash-up of the Master of the MacGuffin
and Monty Python. An ordinary man is caught up in an
international conspiracy as he flees a murder scene and chases down the
leader of the nefarious "39 Steps". See a handful of virtuosic
actors recreate a chase atop railway trains, shootouts, a plane crash,
and over 150 characters in this Tony Award-winning comedy! A
brand-new approach to this popular play, only at Mesa Encore Theatre!
Mar 6 ~ Mar 22
Celebrating its 70th anniversary, Carousel, with music by Richard
Rodgers and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, revolves around
the tragic romance between carousel barker Billy Bigelow and mill
worker Julie Jordan. The musical includes such timeless songs as “If I
Loved You,” “June Is Bustin’ Out All Over,” and “You’ll Never Walk
Alone.” This beloved classic has been universally hailed by critics for
decades, including Time Magazine naming it “the best musical of the
Apr 10 ~ Apr 26
2003 smash Tony Award winning musical is coming to MET in 2015!
This Sesame Street for grown-ups, tells the laugh-out-loud story of
recent college grad Princeton. He begins life after college by
moving into a shabby New York apartment all the way out on Avenue
Q. Humans and puppets interact in this tale of twenty-somethings
learning how to live and find their purpose in the big city.
Avenue Q is part flesh, part felt and packed with heart.
A Chorus Line
May 22 ~ Jun 7
of the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and celebrating its 40th anniversary, A
Chorus Line tells the story of the unsung heroes of the Broadway
musical—the dedicated, talented and overworked chorus dancers. This
nine-time Tony-Award winning musical and dance spectacular brings to
life the dream, the thrill and the hope of the Broadway audition. With
one captivating song and dazzling dance after another, this is a
brilliant metaphor for all human aspiration. Featuring music by the
brilliant Marvin Hamlisch, including “What I Did for Love,” “I Hope I
Get It,” and the show-stopping “One,” A Chorus Line is a must-see
classic of American musical theatre, for teens and older.