Broadway’s Divas

Written and Directed by Anne Lucas
Music Direction by Betty Lautner
Produced by Dayle Persons

BROADWAY’S DIVAS chronicles the lives and careers of the Great White Way’s most famous women performers.  The Broadway Musical could not have existed without the power of performers like ETHEL MERMAN, MARY MARTIN, and JULIE ANDREWS.  Today’s musicals have new generation of divas IDINA MENZEL, KRISTEN CHENOWITH, and SUTTON FOSTER to name a few. This is a journey through glamour and passion.  Created by Anne Lucas and Betty Lautner for Marblehead Little Theatre.

NOTE: The August 3rd show is a fundraiser for the Marblehead Museum. Tickets for The August 3rd show are only available for purchase by calling Diane Barbour at 781-631-0074.

Performance Dates and Times (All Performances at MLT, 12 School St, Marblehead):

Friday, July 28th; Saturday, July 29th @7:30pm
Sun, July 30th @ 2:00pm  and  Sun, July 30th @ 7:30pm     

Thursday, August 3rd @ 7:30pm – Marblehead Museum Night
Friday, August 4th; Saturday, August 5th @ 7:30pm
Sunday, August 6th  @ 2:00pm

All Star Cast:

Annie Dillon, Nora Falk, Alanna Herrey, Jennifer Hurley, Betty Lautner, Anne Lucas
Mary McClory, Dayle Persons, Grace Studdley, Becky Jo Roland, Nicole Viau
Ron Amon, John Archer, Tom Edmonds

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The North Shore’s #1 comedy improv troupe, Accidentally on Purpose announces their upcoming improv comedy performance at The Marblehead Little Theatre Saturday, August 19th at 8:00pm.

You will be entertained with games in the style of Whose Line Is It Anyway. Audience participation is key.   Come be a part of this zany and hilarious show.  Tickets are limited.  This show always sells out, don’t be left out of the fun… get your tickets now!

Ticket prices are $15.00,   The show is for mature audiences only, parental discretion advised.

Saturday, August 19th at 8:00pm.

Ticket are also available at the Arnould Gallery on Washington Street in Marblehead.

The North Shore’s #1 improv troupe includes Brett Bovio, Bruce Whear, Ted Neary, Erik Neumann, Susan Parker, Meghan Holtz, Mark Salvatore, Eric Johnson, Andrew Dunlop and Liz Hartford.


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Marblehead Little Theatre
and Rebel Shakespeare Company
Summer Teen Shakespeare Intensive

King Lear

Written by William Shakespeare

Performances August 24-26 at the MLT Firehouse

The Rebel Shakespeare Teen Intensive and The Marblehead Little Theatre are  once again joining forces this August.

The Rebel Shakespeare Teen Intensive will bring their summer production of King Lear to Marblehead Little Theatre. 


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From Silence

by Anne Marilyn Lucas

Produced by Anne Lucas and Judy Wayne
Directed by John Fogle

Stage Manager Anna Stenberg
Set Designer John Fogle
Asst’ Set Designer Nate Bertone
Lighting Designer Greg Mancusi-Ungaro

October 13-22, 2017

Esther’s world is turned upside down when her daughter Deborah rushes home with the news that their New Jersey temple is on lock down and her granddaughter Elaina is trapped inside. Esther survived the Holocaust, but never talked about it, despite the pleas from her daughter and granddaughter – it was too painful to recount that part of her life. During the endless wait, Esther comes to regret her silence and realizes her duty to tell her story, but will it be too late for Elaina to hear it?


Esther Sharon Mason
Young Esther Tina Barry
Adult Esther Gail Argentine
Deborah Kline Alex Alexander
Young Deborah Maeve Gaddipati
Elaina Kline Rebecca Green
Erika Buchmann Nora Falk
Maria Christina Hannah Wagner
Lynda Fine/Marta Hermann Meghan Holtz
Janis Weinstein/ Ravensbrück Hostess Stanis Ames


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Annie Jr

Music by Charles Strouse Lyrics by Martin Charnin Book by Thomas Meehan December 2017 Based on “Little Orphan Annie” by permission of The Media Tribune Services, Inc. Annie JR.    Is presented through special arrangement with Music Theatre International (MTI). All authorized performance materials are also supplied by MTI.

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