History

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. The company was featured in The New York Times for its sizzling staging of Dinner with Friends and 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 has been selected as a Westchester Magazine “Best of Westchester” for Theatre and is a proud member of Theater Resources Unlimited.

M&M is the resident theater company of Lyndhurst. Tickets on sale now for The Mousetrap opening March 16 in the Grand Picture Gallery in Lyndhurst Mansion in March 2017.  For the 2017 Holiday Season, M&M will encore their own production of Mr. Dickens Tells a Christmas Carol in Lyndhurst Mansion in December 2017 and populate the Mansion with Curious Characters for Jay Ghoul’s House of Curiosities for Halloween 2017 as well as stage a co-production with Red Monkey Theater Group of a yet-to-be-named Sherlock Holmes opening November 17, 2017 . Lyndhurst, a site of the National Trust for Historic Preservation, is a Gothic Revival masterpiece on the banks of the Hudson River in Tarrytown, NY at 635 South Broadway (Route 9). For information go to www.Lyndhurst.org.

Red Monkey Theater Group’s Becky Shaw will be presented by M&M in libraries this spring of 2016 along with Pulse Theatre Ensemble’s W.E.B. DuBois, A Man for All Time and an encore productions of Love, Loss and What I Wore and Kacey Morabito-Grean’s All I Need to Know About Life I Learned on the Radio.  Watch the Current Season page for schedules!

With over 100 productions traveling to more than 75 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.

Plays Produced by M&M

  • Specter by Don Nigro
  • Mr. Dickens tells A Christmas Carol adapted by Melinda O’Brien
  • Love Letters by AR Gurney
  • The Actor’s Nightmare by Christopher Durang
  • Thirty Odd Years by Ric Siler
  • Screw the Rules by Jeff Virgo
  • Go to Sleep by Jeremy Feig
  • The Legend of Sleepy Hollow: A Ghost Story adapted by Philip Cutrone and Melinda O’Brien
  • Sorry, Wrong Number by Lucille Fletcher
  • The Hitch-hiker by Lucille Fletcher
  • Third & Oak: the Laundromat by Marsha Norman
  • Blind Date by Horton Foote
  • Pushing Buttons by Karen Quinn
  • The Open Meeting by AR Gurney
  • Unpublished Letters by Jonathan Levine
  • The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde
  • Stepping Out by Richard Harris
  • Art by Yasmina Reza
  • You Imperfect Speakers by Barrett Clark
  • Job Interview by Jim Whelan
  • Verbatim by Albi Gorn
  • The Rub by Albi Gorn
  • Dear Liar by Jerome Kilty
  • The Substitute Tooth Fairy by Jeff Fuerst
  • Dinner with Friends by Donald Margulies
  • Would You Like a Potato Latke by Gail Drucker
  • Deck the Tree by Staci Swedeen
  • Margaret by Gail Drucker
  • Feliz Navidad by Staci Swedeen
  • The Carpetbagger’s Children by Horton Foote
  • Vita & Virginia by Eileen Atkins
  • Elegy for a Lady by Arthur Miller
  • Some Kind of Love Story by Arthur Miller
  • The Gypsy Wife by Bruce Pearl
  • The Board Meeting by Karen Quinn
  • The Dining Room by AR Gurney
  • Proof  by David Auburn
  • Talking Heads “Portraits” by Alan Bennett
  • The Exonerated by Jessica Blank & Erik Jensen
  • Same Time, Next Year by Bernard Slade
  • The Price by Arthur Miller
  • Keep BreathingOne-Act Play Festival with a theme of Survival
    • Bunker Mentality, by Alan Lutwin
    • Community Service, by Patrick J. Lennon
    • It’s About Forgiveness, by Albi Gorn
    • Last Rites, by Donald Steele
    • The Last Thanksgiving, by Rhoda Pauley
    • The Vigil, by James Harker
    • The Big Empty and Soccer Mom, both by Daphne Platt
  • Feathers Sometimes Soar on the Breath of God by Ward James Riley
  • A Number by Caryl Churchill
  • Alice in Wonderland adapted by Marilyn Heberling
  • Sylvia by AR Gurney
  • Hughie by Eugene O’Neill
  • Lady of Larkspur Lotion by Tennessee Williams
  • The Compete Works of Shakespeare (abridged) by Adam Long, Daniel Singer, and Jess Winfield
  • Hearts & Arrows by Phyllis Kirigin
  • Appalachian Fiddle Faddles by Marilyn Heberling
  • Talley’s Folly by Lanford Wilson
  • Three Tall Women by Edward Albee
  • Thrice Upon a Mattress by Albi Gron
  • Chapter Two by Neil Simon
  • Art of Murder by Joe DePietro
  • Having Our Say by Emily McMann with Amy Hill Hearth
  • Our Lady of Famigliaby Anthony Valbiro
  • Moonlight & Magnoliasby Ron Hutchinson
  • Fiction  by Steven Dietz
  • Rosie (the Riveter)  by Adriana Rogers
  • Four Gorn Conclusions by Albi Gorn
  • Doubt, a parable by John Patrick Shanley
  • Bloody Murder by Ed Sala
  • Five Women Wearing the Same Dress by Alan Ball
  • Dream Lovers by Albi Gorn
  • The Good Doctor by Neil Simon
  • Rabbit Hole by David Abare
  • The Lincoln Continental by Kathy Kafer
  • The Savannah Disputation by Evan Smith
  • Jake’s Women by Neil Simon
  • The Lady with All the Answers by David Rambo
  • Collected Stories by Donald Margulies
  • unFRAMED: Self Portrait – A Man in Progress by Iyaba Ibo Mandingo, presented by M&M in conjunction with Double Play Connections & Doing Life Productions
  • Mysterious Ladies: Specter by Don Nigro
  • Mysterious Ladies: Mrs. Cage by Nancy Barr
  • Two Rooms by Lee Blessing
  • Almost Maine
  • Love, Loss and What I Wore by Nora Ephron
  • Mr. Dickens tells A Christmas Carol at Lyndhurst adapted by Melinda O’Brien
  • God of Carnage by Yasmina Reza, translated by Christopher Hampton
  • Barrymore by William Luce
  • Time Stands Still by Donald Margulies
  • The Water Engine by David Mame
  • Travels with My Aunt by by Giles Havergal from the Graham Greene novel
  • Show People by Paul Weitz
  • Painting Churches by Tina Howe
  • Paradise Enow by Albi Gorn
  • Letting Go by Albi Gorn
  • All I Need to Know About Life I Learned on the Radio by Kacey Morabito-Grean
  • Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of the Dancing Men by Tal Aviezer
  • The Understudy by Theresa Rebeck
  • Gornucopia by Albi Gorn
  • Sight Unseen by Donald Margulies
  • Becky Shaw by Gina Gionfriddo, presented Red Monkey Theater Group’s production
  • W.E.B. DuBois, A Man for All Times, by Alexa Kelly, presented Pulse Ensemble Theatre’s production
  • The 39 Steps, by by Patrick Barlow, based on Corble & Dimon’s adaptation of Hitchcock’s movie based on the novel by John Buchan
  • Constellations by Nick Payne
  • The Last Romance by Joe DiPietro
  • Sherlock Holmes, The Adventure of the Copper Beeches by Tal Aviezer in a co-production with Red Monkey Theater Group
  • Much Ado About Nothing by William Shakespeare, presented Red Monkey Theater Group’s production
  • Othertown by Albi Gorn (performed with Contacts in Acts of Reunion)
  • Contacts by Richard Edwin Knipe, Jr. (performed with Othertown in Acts of Reunion)
  • The Mousetrap by Agatha Christie