Matt Baxter Luceno as Ichabod Crane with Suzanne Dawson as the "Headless Horseman," and Elisa Pupko and Justin Bennet as "the horse" in "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow" - a world premiere Test: O'Connor
Mark Lazar, Suzanne Dawson, Jed Peterson, Elisa Pupko, Mark Edward Lang, James Rana, and Evan Smilyk in "Zorro!"
Thomas Raniszewski, Tom Byrn, Matt Baxter Luceno, and Meredith Lark in "Within the Law"
Stephanie Garrett and Tom Byrn in "Lost on the Natchez Trace" written by Jan Buttram: a NJ Premiere, first produced at Abingdon Theatre in NYC with a different cast and director
Megan McDermott and Emily Cheney in "Berkeley Square," a Broadway hit in 1929 by John L. Balderston about time-travel
Shelley McPherson, Mark Edward Lang, James Rana, Grace Wright, Fred Velde, and Thomas Raniszewski in "The Poe Mysteries
Rehearsal photo of Beckley Andrews and Samuel Douglas Clark in "The First Fifty Years," a marriage in seven scenes by Henry Myers, on Broadway in 1922
Evan Smilyk as Huck and Leon Morgan as Jim in the world premiere HUCKLEBERRY FINN
STRICTLY DISHONORABLE by Preston Sturges
BIOGRAPHY by S. N. Behrman
DRACULA by Hamilton Dean and John L. Balderston
"Neatly adapted…brisk direction…endearing performances.” - Michael Sommers for "The New York Times"
“East Lynne’s trademark: polished professional acting.” - Howard Shapiro for WHYY
Selected as one of the top four theaters in NJ. – "New Jersey Monthly Magazine" readership poll
One of the top 75 theaters offering summer productions in North America. – "The New York Times"
East Lynne Theater Company (ELTC) is a proven destination for theater lovers who crave the adventure of discovery. By bringing the American Spirit to the stage with its blend of provocative premieres and timeless classics, this award-winning Equity professional theater provides a portal to the past for a better understanding of the present. Founded in 1980, it was the first theater in the country with the unique mission of presenting and preserving America's theatrical heritage, and is named after a popular 19th century American play. In 1996, Ohio State University honored ELTC by asking to house the company's archives at its "Jerome Laurence and Robert E. Lee Theatre Research Institute." In 2009, ELTC received the New Jersey Theatre Alliance's "Achievement of Excellence Award" for "30 years of celebrating America's heritage through productions and educational programs."
ELTC takes pride in providing theater-goers, actors, and directors, alike, the experience of seeing and working on plays by American Masters like Rachel Crothers, George S. Kaufman, and Eugene O'Neill, as well as new works based on American literature and history. ELTC's artist-in-residence programs and summer theater workshops teach students acting, playwriting, and production, focusing on American history and literature. The company's touring shows travel throughout the country. During the Cape May Performing Season, the company is in residence at the historic First Presbyterian Church of Cape May, right in the center of town, a block away from the beach.
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The East Lynne Theater Company 121 Fourth Avenue West Cape May, NJ 08204