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Olney Theatre Center Memberships offer YOU the opportunity to become a member of Olney Theatre Center and see the shows YOU want to see - all at a great price! From the Classics like Arthur Miller's The Price and Rolling World Premieres like Bad Dog, to family-friendly musicals like Godspell and Guys & Dolls, there is something for every audience who comes to Olney Theatre Center.


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Book by John Michael Tebelak • Music and Lyrics by Stephen Schwartz
Conceived and Originally Directed by John Michael Tebelak
Based on The Gospel According to St. Matthew
Directed by Jason King Jones


February 4 – March 1, 2015 on the Mainstage


Come sing about love, enjoy all good gifts, and raise your spirits with the Stephen Schwartz Tony-nominated classic, GODSPELL. Told through an exciting array of music and dance, the parables of Jesus Christ come to life in this modern take on a timeless tale of friendship, loyalty, and love. GODSPELL is a part of both the Classic Series and the Family Series.


“A Family-Friendly Show That Deserves To Run Forever” – The Wall Street Journal


A Co-Production With Everyman Theatre in Baltimore

By George Brant • Directed by Derek Goldman


February 25 - March 22, 2015 in the Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab


GROUNDED is the story of an ace fighter pilot who unexpectedly becomes pregnant and gets reassigned to the “Chair Force,” operating drones from a windowless trailer on an Air Force base in the desert outside Las Vegas. Hunting terrorists by day and coming home to her family by night, the boundaries between reality and the screen – between the desert where she lives and the desert where she fights – blur until the pressure becomes impossible to bear. GROUNDED is a co-production with Everyman Theatre in Baltimore and is part of the Contemporary Series.


“A searing, gripping piece of writing...A must-see!” – The Guardian


Music by Richard Rodgers • Book by Oscar Hammerstein II
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Based on the Play Liliom by Ferenc Molnar as adapted by Benjamin F. Glazer
Original Dances by Agnes de Mille

Directed by Jason Loewith


April 15 – May 10, 2015 on the Mainstage


Following the spectacular success of their first musical hit, Oklahoma, Rodgers and Hammerstein wrote this classic tale of love and redemption that Time Magazine calls the "greatest musical of the twentieth century." After a bank robbery gone wrong, carousel barker Billy Bigelow is given a second chance to make things right for millworker and love-of-his-life Julie Jordan and their unborn child. Featuring some of the form's best loved songs: "You'll Never Walk Alone," "Love Is Bustin' Out All Over," and "If I Love You." CAROUSEL is part of the Classic Series.




By Arthur Miller • Directed by Michael Bloom


May 13 – June 21, 2015 in the Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab


Celebrate the 100th anniversary of Arthur Miller’s birth with this brilliant, powerful, and deeply moving play. With compassion, humor, and rare insight, the play examines the relationship of two long-estranged brothers who meet after many years to dispose of their late father’s belongings. THE PRICE is part of the Classic Series.


“…one of the most engrossing and entertaining plays that Miller has ever written.”
The New York Times


Book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan • Music and Lyrics by Mel Brooks
Based on the 1968 Film


June 24 - July 26, 2015 on the Mainstage


 The names "Bialystock and Bloom" should strike hysteria in anyone familiar with Mel Brooks’ best comedy. What could possibly go wrong when washed-up Broadway producer, Max Bialystock, and his mousy accountant, Leo Bloom, scheme to make a mint by raising a million bucks to produce a 100,000 dollar flop in the form of a gay romp entitled Springtime for Hitler? THE PRODUCERS is a truly “boffo” hit, winning a record twelve Tony Awards and wowing capacity crowds night after night with its modern, outrageous, and in-your-face humor. THE PRODUCERS is part of the Contemporary Series.



by Noël Coward • Directed by Eleanor Holdridge


September 2 – 27, 2015 on the Mainstage


Hoping for a quiet weekend in the country with some guests, David Bliss, a novelist, and his wife Judith, a retired actress, find that an impossible dream when their high-spirited children Simon and Sorel appear with guests of their own. A house full of drama waits to be ignited as misunderstandings occur and tempers flare. With Judith’s new flame and David’s newest literary ‘inspiration’ keeping company as the children follow suit, the Bliss family lives up to its name as the ‘quiet weekend’ comes to an exhausting and hilarious finale worthy of Feydeau. HAY FEVER is part of the Classic Series.


“Light, luminous, and charming, and hilariously funny.” — The New York Post


A Rolling World Premiere

By Jennifer Hoppe-House


September 30 – October 25, 2015 in the Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab


After ten years clean and sober, Molly Drexler falls off the wagon and drives her Prius through her living room wall. With a hole in the house as big as the hole in their hearts, Molly’s two sisters, mother, father, and wicked stepmother descend on the house for an “intervention” that doesn’t play out the way anyone thought it would. BAD DOG is part of the Contemporary Series.



Book by Jo Swerling and Abe Burrows • Music and Lyrics by Frank Loesser
Based on The Idyll of Sarah Brown and characters by Damon Runyon


November 11 – December 27, 2015 on the Mainstage


Considered by many to be the perfect musical comedy and featuring great musical theatre classics like “Luck Be A Lady,” “A Bushel and a Peck,” and “Sit Down, You’re Rockin’ the Boat,” GUYS AND DOLLS weaves a tale of old-time gangsters, hot-box girls, and gambling. This musical has received nearly unanimous positive reviews from critics and has won a bevy of awards including Tonys, Drama Desks, and Oliviers. GUYS AND DOLLS is part of both the Classic Series and the Family Series.


“Gleeful, rousing, and eye-popping” — The New Yorker