on sale now!

ALICE IN WONDERLAND

April 20-23, 27-30
Directed by Andrew Biliter
Adapted from the book by Lewis Carroll
Noyes Street Theater | 927 Noyes Street

Adults $12
Students $10

 

About the Play

Bored with all the structure in her life, Alice does what any of us would do: She follows a rabbit down an elevator shaft to a world where nothing makes sense. But can she hang on to her own identity as she grows and shrinks, argues with birds, swims in a sea of her own tears, and gets put on trial by a deck of playing cards? 

 

Tickets are SOLD OUT for tomorrow's closing performance. But there will be a handful of seats available at the door. Join the wait list at the door 30 minutes prior to the start of the show. 

 

Click here to buy tickets>>

Fairly Grimm Tales 

May 4-7

A delightfully irreverent retelling of fairy tale classics like Little Red Riding Hood and Goldilocks, FAIRLY GRIMM TALES promises laughs and gasps at every turn. Join us as we meet imprudent stepmothers, bro-ish bears, less-than-subtle witches, beanstalks that grow out of recycling bins, and a wolf who can’t quite pass for human. 

CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS>>

 

GradientSpacer_900x2.png

MUDPIE 2017: 
Mudpie strikes back

May 12-14, May 19-21

 

Show-stopping musical numbers, creepy twins, time traveling prom dresses, and insightful reflections on America. Mudlark's annual production adapted from the writing of local kids highlights the humor, the heart, and the mad genius of the next generation of artists.

CLICK HERE TO BUY TICKETS>>

Imogen
March 16-19
Directed by Dru Smith
An original fairy tale written by Jose Nateras

 
The Nose

April 6 - 9, 2017
Directed by Aileen McGroddy
Adapted from the short story by Nikolai Gogol


Alice in Wonderland
April 20-23, 27-30
Directed by Andrew Biliter
Adapted from the book by Lewis Carroll


Fairly Grimm Tales
May 4-7
Directed by Krista D'Agostino
Inspired by the Grimm Brothers and Written by John Taflan


Mudpie
May 12-14, 18-21
Directed by Christina Lepri and Katherine Scott

Short Play Festival
MAY 24-26
Directors: Andrew Biliter, Michael Miro, Krista D'Agostino, Kaiser ahmed, and Mari deoleo

playwrights: andrew biliter, christina lepri, john taflan, eldridge shannon and teagan walsh-davis

 

Spring 2017 season

GradientSpacer_900x2.png

Twelfth Night

Directed by Michael Miro & Andrew Biliter
Part of the Shakespeare on the Ridge Festival
June 21 - 25. All shows at 7pm  

 

The BOY WHO FELL 

Written by Wren Graves
Directed by Dru Smith
June 15 - 18. All shows at 7pm 

high school summer 2017 season

MUDLARK'S PRODUCTION HISTORY