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November 17, 2012

Mile Square Theatre presents Michael Thomas Walker’s tour-de-force solo work, Bubba Sunday November 18th at 2pm

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Back by popular demand, Mile Square Theatre presents Michael Thomas Walker’s tour-de-force solo work, Bubba….


Mile Square Theatre, Hudson County’s leading professional theatre, presents Bubba, written and performed by Michael Thomas Walker. A one-man show with music written and performed by the dynamic Walker, Bubba is the hilarious and moving true story of a son`s quest to understand the complicated and tragic life of his father. The performance will take place during Hoboken’s annual Open Studio Tour at the Monroe Center’s Monroe Theatrespace on November 18 @ 2pm. Tickets are PAY WHAT YOU WILL, pay as little or as much as you want!

About Bubba

Inspired by true events, Bubba opens in the Deep South and through the use of projections, the audience is taken on a journey into the good-ole-days of Huntsville, Alabama. The play then episodically moves from one year to another as the audience learns about Walker’s father, Joe Walker. A survivor of polio at age 2, the play explores his incarceration for embezzling $181,000 from the probate judge less than 9 months after marrying Walker’s mother, his need to be well-liked, and his discovery that the polio has returned. Walker’s strained relationship with his father is revealed through multiple characters: everything from a one-eyed womanizing party animal to Aunt B, the cancer-ridden, chain-smoking, keeper of secrets. A combination of song, dance, and heart wrenching honesty, the play examines his life and mysterious death.

About Michael Thomas Walker

Michael Thomas Walker was born and raised in Huntsville, AL. Growing up, hespent much of his time at his family’s black angus cattle farm feeding the cows and bailing hay. After graduating from the University of Alabama, he moved to New York City where he performed in The Mystery of Edwin Drood at the Brooklyn Gallery Players under the revision of Rupert Holmes. From there hejoined the national tour of Seussical playing the starring role of Horton. He went on to play Edna Turnblad in the national tour of Hairspray and repeat the role at The Walnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia under the direction of Charles Abbott. Michael is a graduate from Rutgers MFA Acting program,

Monroe Theater Space Sunday, November 18 @ 2pm

PAY WHAT YOU WILL (pay as little or as much as you please!) For reservations, call 201.683.7014 720 Monroe Street, 2nd Floor Hoboken, NJ 07030

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September 28, 2012

MST Presents Go Dog Go September 29 – October 14

The Mile Square Theater starts off this Saturday with a family friendly production of Go Dog Go that runs through October 14th….

MST Presents Go Dog Go
By P.D. Eastman
Adapted by Steven Dietz, Allison Gregory, and Michael Koerner

This play is a delightful mix of movement, music, and dogs, “Go, Dog. Go!” celebrates P.D. Eastman’s classic book. Recommended for kids of all ages and their families.

September 29 – October 14

  • Saturdays @ 2pm and 5pm
  • Sundays @ 11am and 3pm

Tickets: $22 Children/Seniors $12
Phone: 201-683-7014 for reservations
Link for tickets: https://milesquaretheatre.secure.force.com/ticket

Monroe Theatrespace
Hoboken, 720 Monroe Street, 2nd Floor (Free Parking)

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May 31, 2012

MST Fundraiser: Bloopers Beer and Baseball at Pilsener Haus Hoboken June 5th 6-9pm

Bloopers Beer and Baseball

Tuesday June 5, from 6-9 pm

The Pilsener Haus and Biergarten

1422 Grand Street, Hoboken

Admission: $25

Come to Pilsener Haus for Happy Hour on Tuesday, June 5th and celebrate baseball season while supporting Hoboken’s own Mile Square Theatre. Purchase the Deal of the Night—the Home Run Flight—a sampling of 4 of Pilsener Haus’ refreshing brews and enjoy their famous pretzels to share with your table mates. While you’re getting your fill, laugh out loud as MLB’s baseball bloopers will be shown throughout the night on the big screens. And it wouldn’t be a true baseball event without a bit of team rivalry, so show up dressed in YOUR team’s apparel.

Bloopers, Beers, and Baseball is a fundraiser for Hoboken’s own non-profit professional theatre company, Mile Square Theatre, which is celebrating 10 years this year. Join MST staff and board for an evening of fun. Watch baseball bloopers, meet the MST family, enter drink some brew. This event is a warmup to The 10th Annual 7th Inning Stretch!

Link to buy Tickets: https://milesquaretheatre.secure.force.com/ticket

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March 28, 2012

Mile Square Theater (MST) Presents The Pavilion April 12th-29th 2012

Filed under: Hoboken,Monroe Center,Theater — Tags: , , , , , — TheBoken @ 12:35 PM

Here is the latest theatrical offering from the Mile Square Theater in Hoboken coming up in April 2012…

Mile Square Theater (MST) Presents The Pavilion

April 12 – April 29 2012 At Monroe Center Hoboken

Play By Craig Wright,
Directed by Chris O’Connor

Synopsis: 20 years have passed since Peter left Kari when they were seniors in high school and they now face each other at their 20th high school reunion, where Peter desperately wants a second chance. Craig Wright’s funny, moving and thoughtful play The Pavilion, was hailed by critics as “…an Our Town for our time” when it premiered in 2000.


  • Thursday, Friday, and Saturday @8pm
  • Saturday and Sunday @3pm


  • Adults- $30
  • Students/Seniors- $18

Purchase tickets online now!

Special Peformance:

Thursday 4/19 @8pm – Special Pay What You Wish performance!

Monroe Theatrespace

Address: 720 Monroe Street, 2nd Floor Hoboken, NJ
Phone: 201.683.7014
Website: milesquaretheatre.org

Free Parking! Get Directions to Monroe TheatreSpace

What the critics say about The Pavilion:
“Wright has taken a simple premise and invested it with poetry, feeling and a distinctive voice…[He] manages a seamless blend of humor and pathos, philosophy and emotion…The script’s greatest strength lies in the genuineness of its feelings.” —Houston Chronicle.

“THE PAVILION offers a cheery existentialism—asking big questions in an easygoing, casual way…It boasts language that’s rich but not dense…It also honors your intellectual and emotional intelligence, eschewing easy answers. Bravo…” —Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune.

“Wright’s perceptive, gently witty writing…makes this familiar situation fresh and thoroughly involving.” —Philadelphia Inquirer.

“THE PAVILION, a gloriously theatrical treat by Craig Wright, turns the dramas of ordinary lives into the patchwork pattern of the universe.” —South Florida Sun-Sentinel.

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