The Follen Angels present


A Musical Celebration of Ella’s 100th Birthday

The great Ella Fitzgerald returns, in spirit, to Marblehead on December 3rd, 2016 as THE FOLLEN ANGELS return to the Marblehead Little Theater to celebrate Ella’s music, life, musical collaborations, and her upcoming 100th birthday. The Follen Angels, international jazz and cabaret recording artists, take center stage at the charming Marblehead Little Theater for one enchanting evening of song, stories, and style. The Angels are a very popular musical group who sell out their original and acclaimed shows

December 3, 2016   7:30 pm

Tickets are limited and previous Follen Angel’s shows have sold out. Tickets are now on sale for this Brand New show!

Purchase Tickets 3 Ways!

  1. ADVANCE  DISCOUNT for first 100 tickets (or until theatre sella out) by  PHONE CHARGE ONLY 800-418-7771 (Prime Time Promotions)  $27.00
  2. ARNOULD GALLERY AND FRAMING 111 Washington Street; Marblehead. 781 631-6366     $28.00
  3. Marblehead Little Theatre BOX OFFICE,  NIGHT OF SHOW ONLY, 12 School St. Marblehead, MA 01945    Based on Availability    $35.00  

All sales are final Further information and tickets can be found at the website http://follenangels.com/performances/

ELLA AND HER FELLAS features some of Ella’s most beloved recordings, including “How High the Moon,” “Lady Be Good” , “A Tisket a Tasket,” “ Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” “The Man I Love,” “I Got Rhythm” , “April in Paris,” and many others, as well as the sensational songs she performed with Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Count Basie, and Frank Sinatra. Ella is considered the finest female jazz vocalist of all time, and this show honors her and her music. A   perfect  blend for returning and new audience members who are looking for an uplifting and joyful evening of great music.  The Follen Angels pull out all the stops by channeling the spirit, elegance, and fun of America’s “First Lady of Song,” Miss Ella Fitzgerald. The music and the friendship she shared with other stellar performers are highlighted in this loving homage to the lady, her pals, and some of the greatest jazz standards ever written. The music is fabulous, the energy high!

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elf-jr-web-imageElf The Musical Jr.

Produced by Steve Black & Julie R. Schoenthal
Directed by Brittany Paskos
Music Direction by Georgia Bills
Choreography by Janet Sheehan

December 9, 15, 16, and 17 at 7:00 pm
December 10, 11, 17 and 18 at 2:00pm

Tickets: $25 (Students $15 – Matinees only)

Buddy, a young orphan, mistakenly crawls into Santa’s bag of gifts and is transported to the North Pole. The would-be elf is raised, unaware that he is actually a human, until his enormous size and poor toy-making abilities cause him to face the truth. With Santa’s permission, Buddy embarks on a journey to New York City to find his birth father and discover his true identity. Faced with the harsh reality that his father is on the naughty list and that his half-brother doesn’t even believe in Santa, Buddy is determined to win over his new family and help New York remember the true meaning of Christmas.

Please note that as with all Broadway Jr., titles, this production contains an entirely youth cast.



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aop-catFresh off the heels of their last sold out show in August,  Accidentally on Purpose announces their Keg ’N Komedy night at Marblehead Little Theatre on Thursday December 29th for two shows 7 & 9PM. The North Shore’s #1 Improv Troupe includes Brett Bovio, Bruce Whear, Erik Neumann, Susan Parker, Meghan Holtz, Mark Salvatore, Eric Johnson and Andrew Dunlop.

Not only will you be entertained with games in the style of Whose Line Is It Anyway but there is beer!  Audience participation is key.   Come be a part of this zany and hilarious show.  This show is sure to be a sell out, tickets are limited.

Ticket prices are $25.00 which includes complimentary beer. 

Thursday  December 29 at 7 pm and 9 pm
The show is for audience members 21+ only.

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earnestMarblehead Little Theatre’s
production of

The Importance of Being Earnest

By Oscar Wilde

Produced by Susan Parker
Directed by Emily Grove

January 27 – February 5,  2017

Marblehead Little Theater is excited to announce the cast of The Importance of Being Earnest.

Ian Hemlick as Jack; Gary Ames as Algernon; Cailin McCormack as Gwendolyn; Stanis Ames as Cecily; Ursina Amsler as Lady Bracknell; Kim Flowers as Miss Prism; Bill Brauner as Rev. Chasuble; Carlton Powers as Lane and Jacob Lyons as Merriman.

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A Picasso

The Mugford Street Players presents A Picasso by Jeffrey Hatcher On stage March 2 – 12, 2017 Co-produced by Greg Mancusi-Ungaro & John Fogle Directed by John Fogle A claustrophobic dance of deception Art brushes with politics in A Picasso! Set in a vault under the streets of German-occupied Paris in 1941, A Picasso pits […]

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