MTA's 2015 Season

The Monticello Theatre Association is proud to present our 2015 Season:
Stealing Home
by Pat Cook
Directed by Gil Yohnka
Saturday, May 30, 7:30pm
Sunday, May 31, 2:30pm
Friday, June 5, 7:30pm
Saturday, June 6, 7:30pm
Sunday, June 7, 2:30pm
Pat Cook's Stealing Home
The play is set in the Green Meadows Funeral Home and the fun begins when the 2 small time criminals unknowingly break in to steal a few trinkets and after being caught are invited to stay when the owner thinks one of them is her long lost son, (thus “Stealing Home”).
Chicago Improv Workshops
 Saturday, July 11, 12:00-2:00pm
Saturday, July 11, 3:00-5:00pm
Saturday, July 11, 7:00pm
Chicago Improv Workshops
We are so excited to partner with Chicago Improv Productions this summer! Chicago Improv will be teaching two Improv Workshops on Saturday, July 11th! The first one is noon-2 p.m and will be for 7th-12 grades! The second one will be 3-5 p.m. for adults. No experience is necessary! It's going to be so much fun!
by Edward Mast
Directed by Sherrie Hildreth
Friday, August 14, 7:30pm
Saturday, August 15, 2:30pm
Saturday, August 15, 7:30pm
Sunday, August 16, 2:30pm
Edward Mast's Jungalbook
MTA's production of The Jungalbook is made possible by a generous gift from Kirby Medical Center.
Kid's Workshops
Kid's Workshops
Does your child have an interest in drama and the arts? Did he really enjoy being part of the school pageant? Does she get excited about performing in skits at church? Monticello Theatre Association is interested in helping your child explore their creative side during the MTA Children's Summer Workshop.
The MTA hosts two Children's Summer Workshops. Each workshop concludes with a final performance delivered by workshop participants.
by Mary Chase
Directed by Leonard Rumery
Saturday, November 14, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, November 15, 2:30 p.m.
Friday, November 20, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 21, 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, November 22, 2:30 p.m. 
Mary Chase's Harvey
Elwood P. Dowd is a mild-mannered, pleasant man, with one eccentricity: he has an invisible friend in the shape of a six-foot tall rabbit named Harvey. His sister Veta and his niece Myrtle Mae are frustrated in their attempts to help Myrtle Mae break into society and meet men, because Elwood insists on introducing everyone to Harvey. Veta finally agrees to commit Elwood for treatment at Dr. Chumley’s sanitarium. But things don’t work out exactly as planned.
The Holiday Hotel
by Cochran Keating
Directed by Cochran Keating

Saturday, December 3, 4:30 p.m.
Saturday, December 3, 7:00 p.m.
Cochran Keating's The Holiday Hotel
What happens when an entertainment troupe's bus becomes snowbound on Christmas Eve? If the performers can't find rooms for the night, they will certainly freeze on the bus. There is a nearby hotel with vacancies, but the troupe is penniless! Can they convince the hotelier to give them rooms at no charge? The answer lies in the power of a young girl's warmth and an old man's empty dreams. The Holiday Hotel is a heartwarming Christmas musical that the whole family will love.