THE 39 STEPS - Run Rabbit Run Theatre at Franklin Park Arts Center
McMath, an award-winning historian and prize-winning playwright, has garnered a reputation for producing high-quality theater in the area. — Ann Keisman,Loudoun Times-Mirror
"Much Ado..." set in World War II. Photo by Craig Thoburn.
MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING (Director/Producer) "A noted historian and author, McMath launched Run Rabbit Run in 1999 and has collaborated with some of Loudoun’s best-known names in community theater..." Jan Merker, Loudoun Times Mirror, August 2018
THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Director/Producer/Stage Adaptation) "Mad Men" Meets Shakespeare, Joe Motheral, Loudoun Times Mirror, July 2013
THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST (Director/Producer) "Dinner Theater Serves Up Comedy," Loudoun Magazine, spring 2011
PYGMALION (Director/Producer) Dinner Theatre Production at Grandale Farm Restaurant, Neersville, VA, December 2011
PRESS REVIEW:Dewey, Shenandoah Press:"Penny Hauffe, Craig Snyder, and Phil Erickson shine as Eliza Doolittle, Colonel Pickering, and Henry Higgins" "... Nine people who are so good at pretending to be other people that you wonder whose voices they hear when they talk to themselves."
HONORS: DC Metro Theatre Arts "Best of.." List honored Pygmalion in the categories of "Best Play, "Best Performance by an Actress": Penny Hauffe as Eliza Doolittle, and "Best Performance by an Actor" Phil Erickson, as Henry Higgins
PATRON REVIEW: "Pygmalion was full 'of chocolates... and taxis, and gold, and diamonds!... The cast presented a feast of Shavian wit and a social statement that is applicable nearly a century after its premier. Bloody good show, Run, Rabbit, Run!"