The MPC Theatre Company 2018-19 Season
 

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 When Matt and Luisa drift apart, their two meddling fathers try to drive
the lovers back together by pretending to feud and forbidding their
romance! Narrated by the notorious singing bandit El Gallo!

 

Directed by Justin Matthew Gordon • July 26 - August 12, 2018

 

   
 

 

A family held hostage must work together  to undermine the plans
of vicious convicts on the run and protect their home, in this Tony
Award winning suspense thriller guaranteed to keep you
on the edge of your seat!
 

Directed by Laura Coté • October 4 - October 14, 2018
 

   
 

 

The American holiday classic comes to life as a live 1940s radio broadcast.!
An ensemble of actors brings to life a few dozen characters on stage,
to tell the story of idealistic George Bailey, as he considers ending his life
one fateful Christmas Eve...that is until Clarence the Angel shows him
that small acts of kindness can have great consequences.

 

Directed by Justin Matthew Gordon • November 15 - December 8, 2018

 

 

  

An exciting new adaptation of Shakespeare's tale of teenage romance, passion
and violence. Juxtaposed between Elizabethan and modern times, this bold

new rendition explores gender politics and identity, sexual agency, familial loyalty,
and the intoxicating, dangerous beauty of love at first sight. Featuring a
prominently LGBTQ+ cast made up of professionals, MPC Theatre Arts students,
and community members, this production celebrates Shakespeare's intent,

while embracing the universality of this classic, timeless romantic tragedy
 

Directed by Justin Matthew Gordon • November 15 - December 8, 2018

   


Directed by Laura Coté April 25 to May 12, 2018

Has social media changed dating and how we communicate?

Can you really express what you have to say in 40 characters? Come find out!


 
         

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