Saturday, June 1, 2013


homeDiscovering New Friendships through Familiar Tales
WHERE: Har Sinai Congregation, 2905 Walnut Ave, Owings Mills
TICKETS: Now thru June 30 you can purchase a special 5-play pre-subscription offer for only $52. Just a reminder when purchasing a subscription you must chose a 'series' but then can easily exchange (from your own computer) any specific dates until 24 hours before a performance. This special is only available for a limited time, so act fast!
You can purchase a subscription special ONLINE by visiting THE WEBSITE

The Elves and the Shoemaker—Best. Shoes. Ever.
WHEN: September 28, 29, October 5 (3 PM and 5 PM), October 6

Harold and Maude are poor cobblers in a small town trying to make ends meet. Mayor Killjoy is their landlord and has other plans for their little shoe shop. How will Lady Everkind save the shabby little shack? Some extraordinary elves perform magic in the night and help set things right.

The Princess and the Pea
WHEN: December 14, 15, 21, 22

A mysterious young woman must prove to a skeptical King and Queen that she is a princess of royal blood. She must pass three tests involving ghosts, gold and, of course, a pea. Will the evil court attendant foil her plans to marry the Prince? Or will Prince Erik's magic troll have the last laugh and set things right?

Seussical Jr.
WHEN: February 8, 9, 15, 16

Part of our "Kids for Kids" series, this show will feature actors 5 to 17 years of age working with Pumpkin Artists to present a professional Main Stage Production.

Follow the musical adventure of Horton, an elephant who one day hears voices coming from a speck of dust and spends the rest of his days protecting his new friends from WhoVille. The Cat in the Hat, Maisy, Gertrude McDuck, The Wickersham Brothers, Jo Jo and more all join in on this mash-up of Dr. Seuss' favorite tales.

Jack and the Beanstalk—The Story of Jack and Daisy
WHEN: April 19, 20, 26, 27

Jack and Daisy love playing hide and seek, but now that his father is gone and so is all their money, Jack is sent to sell Daisy at the market. A mysterious man gives Jack magic beans that take him on a musical journey filled with gold and adventures!

How will Jack and Daisy outsmart the Giant and his wife? Courage, luck and hide and seek make all the difference.

Peter Pan and Wendy
WHEN: May 10, 11, 17, 18

Wendy Darling is a girl on the verge of becoming a young lady and like Peter Pan is having trouble growing up; wishing to stay a child forever. Smee, Captain Hook and of course Tinker Bell join this musical cast in a new telling of this famous tale of adventures in Neverland.

AND...New This Year!

The Young Playwrights Festival

(Additional show, but not part of our subscription packages) Part of our "Kids for Kids" series this a partnership with CENTERSTAGE's Young Playwrights Festival; a program that features plays written by children, for children, but performed and designed by the Pumpkin artistic staff. This year's plays feature The True Story of How The Chicken Crossed the Road, Brightly and Jade (a story of Friendship and Bravery) and When Pigs Fly.

WHEN: November 16, 17
TICKETS: normally $10 each but only $5 when purchasing the subscription special

Summer Camps

Summer is right around the corner and we still have some camp openings!

  • Creative Drama 1 (ages 4-5) June 17-21 10 AM-12 PM at Har Sinai
  • Congregation Creative Drama 2 (ages 6-8) June 24-28 10 AM-12 PM at Har Sinai Congregation
  • Broadway Theatre Review (ages 8-14) July 22-August 2 9 AM-4 P, at The Park School
  • Musical Theatre Conservatory presenting Legally Blonde (ages 11-17) June 24-July 21, 9 AM-4 PM at The Park School

For further information and to register ONLINE please visit THE WEBSITE

Help Pumpkin Theatre Move:

On June 10, 11, 12 we will begin to move items out of St Timothy's School to our new home, Har Sinai Congregation. If you have any free time and would love to volunteer to help us move, we would love to have you! Please email

Thank you so much! We are looking forward to being in our new home!