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About

A groundbreaking collision of musical theatre, photography, and pop/rock music

35MM: A MUSICAL EXHIBITION pushes the limits of self-expression to create an art form utterly its own. A collection of ‘snapshot stories’ are woven together as each of the evening’s original songs is performed while the audience is immersed in the stunning photography that inspired it. 35MM brings the connection between pleasures visual and aural into razor-sharp focus, creating a singular, multi-sensory emotional journey.

“When theater pundits talk about the future of Broadway and the new generation of composers, they’re talking about artists like Ryan Scott Oliver … a major new voice in musical theater” — Entertainment Weekly

Details

Suitable for: Adults Only

The performance runs 90 minutes without intermission.

Live Band | Professional Actors

Frederick at McClintock Distilling

Thursday, March 14 at 8:00pm
Friday, March 15 at 8:00pm
Saturday, March 16 at 8:00pm

Thursday, March 21 at 8:00pm + Post-Show Talk Back
Friday, March 22 at 8:00pm
Saturday, March 23 at 8:00pm

Bethesda at AMP by Strathmore

TBA!

When theater pundits talk about the future of Broadway and the new generation of composers, they're talking about artists like Ryan Scott Oliver ... a major new voice in musical theater

Entertainment Weekly / Reviewer

The genius of this show is how Ryan Scott Oliver's music convey's the message of Matthew Murphy's photographs. I was constantly amazed at how the songs really spoke to each picture individually.

Call Me Adam / Reviewer

The songs are not related except that they are all vibrant expressions of a rainbow of emotions. When pieced together...this musical is a thought-provoking, soul-searching exploration of two mediums fused together as one...There are intense group numbers featuring the powerful ensemble that really move the audience.

DC Metro Theatre Arts / Reviewer