O Romeo, Romeo
Wherefore art thou Romeo
In Montgomery Parks of course
Throughout the Summer season, Montgomery Parks is hosting Parks Playhouse — a series of free, live performances to celebrate the artistry of great local bands, troupes, and groups.
The summer lineup includes themed comedy shows like a PRIDE stand-up and an all-Spanish language stand-up, classic Shakespearean and vaudeville theater, and many live bands. Performances will be rolling throughout the summer at different park locations, so be sure to explore the calendar below for a complete lineup and check back in the coming weeks for more information about each event.
Audience members are encouraged to bring their own blankets and chairs for seating. Stop by a local Montgomery County restaurant on the way and pick up some yummy snacks to make it a picnic. Food and drink will be provided at a limited number of events.
Clear your schedule in August for the Parks Playhouse finale week at the Cabin John Amphitheater. There will be a free performance each night starting on Tuesday, August 15, and ending on Friday, August 18. Performance content will vary from kids’ music to adult comedy to family-friendly concerts, so plan your evening agendas accordingly.
For little art lovers, Montgomery Parks is also hosting Parks Playhouse Junior — live performances geared to kids ages two through twelve. These events will consist of puppets, ventriloquists, music lessons, sing-a-longs, and more. Be sure to check out that performance lineup by exploring the Parks Playhouse Junior page.
Sign Language Interpretation will be provided by Montgomery Parks’ Program Access at some Parks Playhouse events. Click the individual dates in the table below to learn more.
See below for a complete list of all upcoming Parks Playhouse performances and mark your calendars! Check back for more information in the coming weeks about each performance.
Frequently Asked Questions
|All Parks Playhouse performances are free.
|Parking and Transportation:
|Parking and transportation vary at each park location. Please check each event listing for more information.
|Portable restrooms or indoor facilities will be available at each event and will include ADA accessible units. This will vary at each park location. Please check each event listing for more information.
|Parks Playhouse event locations are generally accessible. Accessibility varies at each park location. Please check each event listing to learn more. Generally accessible means: Elements, facilities, and spaces within a park are within reasonable limits of accessibility; however a few areas or amenities may not be fully accessible or comply with the 2010 ADA Standards. If additional accommodation is needed, please contact Program Access.
|Alcohol will be allowed and sold at some of the Parks Playhouse events by licensed local breweries. Please check each event listing for more information. A valid form of identification is required for purchase. For more information about Montgomery Parks’ Alcohol Policy please see the Rules and Regulations page.
|Some Parks Playhouse events are geared toward attendees ages seventeen and up and contain adult content such as language. Please check each event listing for more information.
|Limited seating will be provided, and is on a first come, first served basis. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own lawn chairs and picnic blankets for seating. Please do not bring hammocks, portable pavilion tents, or pop-up tents.
|What to bring:
|In addition to bringing your own seating, attendees are encouraged to wear sunscreen, a hat or head covering of some sort, and to bring their own water.
|Pets are allowed at all Parks Playhouse performances. Pets must remain on a leash and in their owner’s control while on park property.
|For any additional questions, please contact Parks Customer Service at email@example.com or 301-495-2595.