Saturday, May 30, 2020

Tickets for the “7th Inning Stretch: From the Dugout” now on sale

MST: Mile Square Theatre

The first game of baseball played at Elysian Fields

7th Inning Stretch: From the Dugout

Tickets are now on sale for the virtual 7th Inning Stretch: From the Dugout!

Get ready to enjoy the Stretch right from your own home in MST's first ever virtual event! We've brought in celebrity guests alongside a variety of local artists to change up your at-home viewing routine.

At a time when baseball stadiums (and theaters) are empty, we hope you enjoy our virtual ode to America’s favorite pastime; born right here in Hoboken!

Now in its 17th year, The 7th Inning Stretch is a Hoboken tradition. Every year, we commission 7 new 10-minute plays about baseball. While baseball is the setting for each piece, the plays are always about so much more. At a time when baseball stadiums (and theaters) are empty, we hope you enjoy our virtual ode to America’s favorite pastime; born right here in Hoboken!

Since we’re coming at you virtually “from the dugout,” we’ve changed up the style of the show with a roster of new work and celebrity guests. Instead of 7 10-minute plays, the Stretch will consist of a variety of sketches, short plays, musical acts and more! Grab a giant pretzel or some Crackerjacks and get into the baseball spirit with us for the first ever virtual 7th Inning Stretch.

Special guests include:

  • Matt Bittner (Present Laughter on Broadway)
  • Michael Emerson (Person of Interest)
  • Joseph Gallo (MST’s My Italy Story, Long Gone Daddy)
  • Gary Kroeger (SNL)
  • Ellen Lancaster (The Visit on Broadway)
  • Matilda Lawler (The Net Will Appear @ MST, The Ferryman on Broadway)
  • Matt Lawler (Circle Mirror Transformation @ MST, ABC’s “The Family”)
  • Thomas Lennon (Reno 911)
  • Raymond McAnally (Daily Fiber, “Modern Family”)
  • Ames McNamara (ABC’s “The Conners”)
  • Adam Ottavino (New York Yankees)
  • Barbara Pitts McAdams (MST’s Vanya and Sonia, Tectonic Theatre’s Laramie Project)
  • Catherine Porter (Next to Normal on Broadway) and Jim Vallance (Summer of ’69, What About Love)
  • Kevin Short (Metropolitan Opera’s Porgy and Bess)

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