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Recipe Improvements, Quayside@Nite Returns, & Miss Teen DE Finds A New Home!

Updated: Mar 25


Your favorite homemade Milton Theatre pretzels have been improved! Our bar staff Mangus Steed has introduced a brand new recipe that ensures quality for this beloved theatre staple.


A Triumphant Return For Quayside@Nite

With warmer weather comes the return of our beloved outdoor concert series "Quayside@Nite". We're absolutely thankful and excited for the capacity crowd that we had. Even though we hit a snag with the weather last week, it sure is looking incredible for tomorrow as we welcome back regional favorites Lower Case Blues!


You still have the chance to sponsor one of our brand new outdoor furniture and dedicate it to your family, a loved one, or place your brand on it! You can also sponsor a stage banner that will be visible at all outdoor events. Click here for more details on how you can support Quayside (SPONSORSHIP LINK)



Children's Theatre Program Alumnae Headlines "Easter Bunny Tea"

The cast of Easter Bunny Tea (from left) Bella Myers, Aubrie Myers, Haley Cummins, & Sarah Freih


The Milton Theatre is proud to present the return of our interactive show "Easter Bunny Tea" with a cast comprised of alumnae of our "Musical Theatre Ensemble" children's theatre program!


Bella Myers

Bella is a senior at Cape Henlopen High School. She has been performing since she was four years old and has participated in 13 The Musical (Kendra), The Little Mermaid (Ariel), Brighton Beach Memoirs (Laurie), The Sound of Music (Gretel and Marta), The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe (Lucy), and has performed with The Milton Theater in Disney World four times. Bella has also attended All State Choir four years in a row, and was a choir participant in the Governor’s School for Excellence. She maintains a 4.11 grade point average and is enrolled in many accelerated, honors, and AP courses. She is the oldest of five siblings whom she would like to thank, as well as her parents, for their unwavering support in her theatrical endeavors.


Aubrie Myers

Aubrie is a freshman at Cape Henlopen High School, where she participates in athletics, theater and choir. She began performing at the age of three and has participated in productions of Annie (Molly and Annie), Peter Pan (Peter Pan and Tiger Lily), Lion King (Timone), Into the Woods (Jack), and performed with The Milton Theater at Disney World three times. Aubrie is the second of five children and appreciates all the love and support her family has given her throughout her lifetime.


Haley Cummins

Haley Cummins is 15 years old and has been performing for most of her life. She was 8 the first time she got on stage in Aladdin and the Magical Lamp (Genie of the Jewels) at Second Street Players. When she was 10 she joined the Milton Theatre Musical Theatre Ensemble and later auditioned and was accepted into the Triple Threat training program. Other credits include Milton Theatre's 13 The Musical (Lucy), Lion King Jr. (Young Nala) and Shrek Jr. (Dragon), Sussex Academy’s Little Shop of Horrors (Costumer).


Sara Freih

Sara Freih is 13 years old and an eighth grader at Worcester Preparatory School. She is a classically trained vocalist who started her training at the age of 5, and her interest in musical theatre began at the age of 6. She has been performing ever since and is currently a Musical Theatre Ensemble and Triple Threat student at the Milton Theatre, participating in many performances since 2016. She has played many roles in musicals throughout the region. Some of her favorite roles have been Dorothy (Wizard Of Oz), Jasmine (Aladdin), Belle (Beauty and the Beast), Yellow Riding Hood (The Fairytale Network), and Winnie the Pooh (Winnie the Pooh). Sara has participated in numerous events locally and statewide as a lead vocalist.


To know more about the Musical Theatre Ensemble, email education@miltontheatre.com for more information on the next session.


Miss Teen DE Finds A New Home At The Milton Theatre!


“The focus of the Miss Delaware Scholarship Organization is to make scholarships available to the State’s most promising young women, providing them with educational choices and opportunities for personal and professional growth.”


Get your tickets for the finals night via this LINK

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