What’s Playing

Coriolanus

August 29 – September 20 Friday – Sunday, 7:30 PM
Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre
100 Gay Street, Asheville, NC

Shakespeare’s seldom-performed tragedy about the legendary Roman leader Caius Marcius Coriolanus, will be performed on our stage for the first time in our history.

A Christmas Carol
December 6 – 23,  7:30 PM Thu-Sat; 2:30 Sunday
Asheville Masonic Temple
Our annual production of Charles Dickens’s classic tale of greed and redemption, merriness and humbuggery is sure to put you in the holiday spirit.

Noel Coward’s Private Lives opens March 12 – 29, 2015 in the historic Asheville Masonic Temple. Private Lives is the story of Elyot, Sybil, Amanda and George, two honeymooning couples unaware that their past has checked into the hotel with them. This production is presented in conjunction with Biltmore’s display of costumes from “Downton Abbey”. Additional performances available for groups through May 13; please contact the Box Office for details at info@montfordparkplayers.org.
March 12 – 29,  7:30 PM Thu-Sat; 2:30 Sunday
Our Free Summer Season begins with the Tragedy of King Lear, the tale of an aging king eager to retire his burdens to his three daughters. King Lear will run May 15 – June 6.
May 15 – June 6 Friday – Sunday, 7:30 PM
Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre
Next, A Midsummer Night’s Dream helps ring in the summer with laughter, mix-ups and joy that this beloved production brings with it. Dream will run June 12 – July 4.May 15 – June 6 Friday – Sunday, 7:30 PM
Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre
Romeo and Juliet graces the brand new Hazel Robinson Amphitheater stage in July. This tale of “star-crossed lovers” will run July 10 – August 1.
July 10 – August 1 Friday – Sunday, 7:30 PM
Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre
Twelfth Night, or What You Will has everything: song, dance, shipwrecks and cross dressing twins. Sometimes called Shakespeare’s musical comedy, this play is fun for all and runs August 7 – 29.
August 7 – 29 Friday – Sunday, 7:30 PM
Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre
Rounding out the Free Summer Season will be the history play, Richard III. Last performed on our stage in 1997, the story of the ambitious Richard of Gloucester is made topical again by the recent discovery of his remains and the beauty of Shakespeare’s language. Richard III is onstage from September 4 – 26.
September 4 – 26 Friday – Sunday, 7:30 PM
Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre
John Gay’s Beggar’s Opera comes to the Asheville Masonic Temple October 8 – 25. This play is the source material for Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill’s Threepenny Opera.  The story is a fun, familiar romp amongst the “criminal classes.”
October 8 – 25,  7:30 PM Thu-Sat; 2:30 Sunday
Asheville Masonic Temple
We’ll end the year with Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol, December 5 – 23, the story of old Ebeneezer Scrooge and his time-hopping ghosts.
December 5 – 23,  7:30 PM Thu-Sat; 2:30 Sunday
Asheville Masonic Temple


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