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2012 Theater Season - Oxford, MD
The Music of Kander and Ebb
Directed by Joe Tyler
Tred Avon Players in Oxford, Maryland opens its 30th Anniversary season with a celebration of themusic of John Kander and Fredd Ebb, creators of over 20 musicals, 14 of them Broadway hits, like Cabaret, Chicago, New York, New York, Kiss of the Spider Woman, and Curtains. A joyous, talent-filled evening of singing and dancing, paying tribute to these great composers' unmatched ability to tell a poignant story or simply entertain. You'll be humming all the way home!
February 16-19, 24-26
By Claire Booth Luce. Directed by Ton Quimby.
Tred Avon Players in Oxford, Maryland reprises the all-time SRO hit of 1990, Claire Booth Luce's classic portrayal of the fairer sex meeting the challenges of love, rivalry and self-fulfillment, with claws and emotions bared, at the dawn of women's liberation. You'll laugh, perhaps cry, you'll nod with remembrance, you'll marvel at the wit and wise truth of this drama.
May 3-6, 11-13, 18-20.
By Lisa Lambert and Greg Morrison. Directed by Marcia Gilliam.
The Tony winning Broadway hit pays homage to 1920 American musicals. A recluse New Yorker listening to a recording of a musical comedy is transported into the musical. The consequent plot highlights mistaken identities, dream sequences, an unflappable English butler, an absent minded dowager, gangsters, and millionaires. You'll love the second musical of the season!
August 9-12, 17-19, 24-26
By Michael Hollinger. Directed by George Edmonds.
Michael Hollinger (author of The Incorruptible, the comedy hit of Tred Avon Players in Oxford, Maryland 2007 season) creates a hilarious spoof of the spy thriller movies of the Cold War era: a not-too-bright Russian spy after H-bomb secrets, a pair of romantic American counter-gents, lots of mistaken identity and farcical plot twists that will leave you laughing out loud. A not-to-be-missed delight!