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To lead off our 2014 Season of Library Theatre, M&M will stage the delightful, Having Our Say, The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years, by Emily Mann, adapted from the book, Having Our Say, by Sarah L. Delany and A. Elizabeth Delany with Amy Hill Hearth, and based on the extraordinary and long lives of the Delany sisters. The show opens February 1 in Norwalk CT and ends on April 13 in Shrub Oak NY.  See our Spring Library Series page for details. Also on the boards will be The Water Engine, by David Mamet, directed by M&M veteran, Floyd Gumble, who gave us a wonderful production of Proof several years ago. The Water Engine is a great drama within a radio play format. As the audience watches a radio play set in the 1930s, the "play within the play" reveals the story of an inventor who's found a way to run an engine on distilled water. At first ridiculed, he is courted by crooked lawyers attempting to buy the invention from him on behalf of 'certain business interests.' Murder and intrigue follow as the story unfolds. Performances will run from beginning March through mid-May.  

M&M partners with SHADES REPERTORY THEATER to celebrate Women's History Month at their theater in Haverstraw.  See the page on M&M & Shades for more information on the March performances. 

Donna James and Leslie Smithey in Having Our Say




Award-winning production of ART 2003/2004


Feathers Sometimes Soar on the Breath of God 2006/2007


The Exonerated -  2005


Having Our Say, The Delany Sisters' First 100 Years - 2008 & 2014


 M&M, with the support of YCP TheaterWorks, has been honored with an Arts Alive Project Grant for HAVING OUR SAY, THE DELANY SISTERS' FIRST 100 YEARS.


Arts Alive Project Grants are made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program (DEC), a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature and administered by ArtsWestchester.


All the world's a stage

M&M Productions Acting Company, Inc. was named Hudson Valley Magazine’s “Editor’s Choice” for the brilliant production of Comedies at Work, a series of corporate satires by award-winning authors Albi Gorn and Jim Whalen. In addition, the company was featured in The New York Times for its sizzling staging of Dinner with Friends. M&M’s excellent Alice in Wonderland was selected as one of three “must sees” in Westchester County by Channel 12. Peter Kramer of The Journal News called M&M “Library Impresarios.” M&M was selected as a Westchester Magazine “Best of Westchester” for Theatre.

With over 60 productions traveling to more than 55 venues in the Hudson Valley and Connecticut, M&M continues to tickle, shock and inspire audiences, producing classic and contemporary plays and developing new works.