Starring
Michael Hulett, the playwright and composer, has twice garnered first prize in national
competitions.  His published plays and musicals are regularly performed in America and
Europe.  New York productions include
Basin Street, with music by jazz legend Turk Murphy.  
He is presently writing the book for the Broadway revival of
Bubbling Brown Sugar.

Riverside Stage is a joint project of Musical Artists Theatre, Inc. and Salem Lutheran Church.  
The two organizations anticipate the new theater, located next to Riverside Park near Federal
Hill, will serve as a community performing arts center, offering plays, concerts and events
throughout the year.

Performances are April 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 at 8:00 p.m., and Sundays, April 20 and 27 at 3:00.
The play’s content is suitable for all ages.  Home made desserts and refreshments
available.
Tickets are priced at $10.00, groups of 10 or more, $8.

Riverside Stage is located at 1530 Battery Avenue, Baltimore, 21230, with free parking
nearby.  For more information, call 410-837-0971.
King of the Eastern
Shore
takes place on a remote
farm, when a young girl and boy
find a stranger hiding in the barn.

He enchants them into believing
he is a king from a far-off land,
shipwrecked on their shore, and
swears them to secrecy.

As the lyrical story unfolds
through a night of mystery, song
and celebration, the lives of both
the children and their parents are
changed forever.
Meghan Sova
as The Girl
Ruth Hulett
as Her Mother
Spencer Blankenship
as The Boy
John Sheldon
as His Father
and
Corey Dunning
as The Stranger