Established in 2011 and named after the Center’s founding artistic director, Mary Ann Scialdo, MAS Community Theatre produces several stage productions a year. From the hilarious murder-mystery of Murder’s in the Heir to high-spirited musical HAIRSPRAY: The Broadway Musical, MAS is home for community thespians and theatre lovers alike.
Meeting times are determined with each individual show. Click here for audition announcements and show information.
Would you like to help plan MAS Community Theatre’s upcoming season? Visit the Calendar to see when the Play Selection Committee meets or contact the chairperson below.
Richard Haerther / firstname.lastname@example.org
(Book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart, Music and Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Originally produced on Broadway by Harold S. Prince, Directed by Craig Hartfield with Musical Director Mary Jo Hahn)
Read the Reviews“What a terrific and funny show! All the actors were terrific; we especially enjoyed the comedy of the actors that portrayed Hysterium and Pseudolus. Thanks for a fun afternoon!”- Jill Betz
“Fantastic show…congratulations for putting it all together so seamlessly! Just loved meeting the cast afterward, also. Would have loved to say hi to…Mary Jo, for great musical direction. Experiencing live action comedy of this caliber in our own neighborhood is such a thrill. Keep up the good work and I look forward to the next show!” – Pat Bennett
“Energy from start to finish. Raised orchestra was pure genius. Craig and Mary Jo were the perfect combination for this show and the casting was brilliant. Jeff and Jared were perfect together and if you missed it….shame on you.” – Nancy Stearns
“The show was terrific. Casting, sets, costumes, pacing, stagecraft — everything. Jeff Rouse made the show, but the other actors were also very, very good, and I loved the mix of ages.” – Evelyn Bless“It was our first time to the Carrollwood Cultural Center. We felt special because of the attention and help everyone bestowed on us. It was a delightful evening with an exceptional show. It was most enjoyable. It was very well done: the acting, costumes, sets and music. Thanks. We will be back.” – Marilyn Carr
Tim and Scrooge (2012 – staged reading)
(Book & Lyrics by Nick Meglin, Music by Neil Berg, Directed by Dee Ford)
HAIRSPRAY: The Broadway Musical (2012)
(Based on the New Line Cinema film written and directed by John Waters.)
Neil Simon’s Come Blow Your Horn (2011)