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33 Variations

A mother coming to terms with her daughter.
A composer coming to terms with his genius.

Drama, memory and music combine to transport you from present-day New York to 19th-century Austria in this extraordinary American play about passion, parenthood and the moments of beauty that can transform a life.

“You don't have to know Beethoven from Bach to find yourself thoroughly absorbed by the theatricality with which Kaufman has tied a historic event – the legendary mystery surrounding one of Beethoven's compositions – to a drama about a fatally ill scholar, her relationship with her daughter and the daughter's burgeoning romance.” – CurtainUp

“Compellingly original and thoroughly watchable ... deserves to be remembered.” – Talkin' Broadway

02/27/2015 - 03/21/2015

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Auditions for "On The Razzle"

Silver Spring Stage announces auditions for
On The Razzle by Tom Stoppard
directed by Erin Bone Steele.

Stoppard's farce is two hours of slapstick shenanigans, mistaken identities, misdirected orders, malapropisms, double entendres, and romantic complications.


Obsession and Transcendence: ’33 Variations’ Opens on Friday Night at Silver Spring Stage

It started with a waltz, a seemingly insignificant waltz written by someone who was hardly a musical giant: Anton Diabelli, a music publisher and minor composer in early 19th century Vienna. And it no doubt would have ended there had Diabelli not invited Vienna’s leading composers to compose variations on his little waltz. But he did.

Announcing Silver Spring Stage's 2015-6 Season!


Silver Spring Stage is thrilled to announce its 2015-2016 season!*


Casting Announcement for "The Language Archive"

Silver Spring Stage is pleased to announce the cast of "The Language Archive" by Julia Cho, directed by Joseph Coracle.



Silver Spring Stage is seeking original one-act scripts for its upcoming annual One-Act Festival. The Festival will run for two weekends in August 2015.

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.