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Presenting Our 2018 Season

84th Season Show List:

Arsenic and Old Lace

by Joseph Kesselring

As Mortimer gets ready for marriage, he learns his family has more than just skeletons in the closet – it looks like there may be a few bodies in the basement and his kindly Aunts may indeed be committing deadly deeds. This hilarious classic comedy will be performed at Rose Center March 9-17.

She Kills Monsters

by Qui Nguyen

A daring and inventive play exploring family relationships through the imaginative and creative world that gaming provides. The story begins after a young woman dies in an auto accident, and her sister seeks to understand what has happened. She learns her sister spent many hours playing the game Dungeons and Dragons, so she too embarks on her own journey into the game, guided by her late sister’s journal. Amazing costumes, stage combat, and more fill this story of fantasy and reality. The show will be produced in June/July.



The Woman In Black

by Susan Hill

For the Halloween season of 2018, a gripping ghost story unfolds as one man attempts to explain the strange and suspenseful events in an old, dark estate. It’s a tour de force performance as two actors enact the story of a Past that won’t remain quiet and a Future filled with questions. The show will be produced October 12-20 at Rose Center.

Adam’s Eve

by Matthew Carlin

A young man arrives home one evening after work and a mysterious and energetic woman pops out of his closet and informs him her name is Eve and the two of them are soulmates. Is it a joke? Or is this a miracle? Or is it pure romantic comedy chaos? Performances in November 2018.


The 12th Annual Books Alive Program

4th Annual Film Contest

4th Annual Halloween Masquerade Ball

For more information about the Guild, coming events, or if you are interested in volunteering – please give us a call at 423-586-9260. And thank you for your interest in the Morristown Theatre Guild.

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