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Silent Sky

Silver Spring Stage is honored to present the Washington-area premiere of Lauren Gunderson’s play about a nearly forgotten giant of astronomy. Henrietta Leavitt’s singular passion to answer the question “Where are we”? produced the foundational science that allowed others--men, of course--to measure the universe.

01/13/2017 - 02/04/2017

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In Memoriam - Leta Hall

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It is with heavy hearts that we announce that Leta Hall, a beloved member of our community, has passed away.  Leta was a mainstay performer on stages throughout the area, a devoted volunteer at Silver Spring Stage, a moving force behind the WATCH Awards, and a radiant presence in the lives of all those who knew her. She will be truly and deeply missed.

Please click below for information about Leta's memorial service.

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CALL FOR ONE-ACT SCRIPTS

Silver Spring Stage is seeking original one-act scripts for its upcoming annual One-Act Festival.  The Festival will run for three weekends in August 2017. 

Silver Spring Stage will award Playwrights’ Prizes at the conclusion of the Festival.  Prizes will be $150 for Best One-Act Play and $100 for One-Act Runner-Up.  All plays presented as part of the Festival will be eligible for prizes.

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Congratulations to Silver Spring Stage's 14th WATCH Awards Nominees!

Silver Spring Stage is pleased to announce our nominees for this year's Washington Area Theatre Community Honors Awards!

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Audition Notice - "A Bright New Boise"

Silver Spring Stage is holding auditions for the upcoming production of Samuel D. Hunter’s A Bright New Boise, directed by Matt Ripa and produced by Andrea Spitz.  Auditions will be held at Silver Spring Stage (10145 Colesville Rd, Silver Spring, MD) Sunday, February 5 from 1-5 pm and Tuesday, February 7, from 7-10 pm. Callbacks will be held on Thursday, February 9.

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MD Theatre Guide review of "Silent Sky"

Liz Ruth-Brinegar calls Silent Sky "…a masterpiece of wonder, humor, and bittersweet discovery of the universe inside and outside of ourselves."

Review of "Silent Sky" by DC Metro Theater Arts

Susan Brall says, "This trek into the stars will lift your soul and broaden you mind. Don’t miss this mission into the mysteries of our hearts, brains and universe."