About the Show

Not Your Mom's Musical Theater's popular tour of the off-Broadway hit The Musical of Musicals: The Musical! visits Gorham during a mini-tour of New England in February. This hilarious satire by Joanne Bogart and Eric Rockwell was called "A Gift from the Musical Theatre Gods!" by TalkingBroadway.com. The show takes a simple plot - June, the ingenue, can't pay the rent and is threatened by her evil landlord - and creates five different delightful musicals from the same story, each written in the distinctive style of one of musical theater's most popular composers.

The laughs are non-stop as the performers tackle Rodgers & Hammerstein (complete with a dream ballet!), Stephen Sondheim (where the landlord is a tortured, artistic genius who slashes the throats of his tenants), Jerry Herman (a splashy star vehicle), Andrew Lloyd Webber (a rock musical that borrows from Puccini) and Kander & Ebb (set in a speakeasy in Chicago).

Audiences that love musical theater will love all of the inside jokes, but there is plenty of popular humor for everyone! This remains Not Your Mom's Musical Theater's most popular show to date. The show is rated PG-13 due to some adult humor - mostly double entendres and a tiny bit of language. It's a perfect night out for adults, teens or for families with older children.

Theater critic Michael Curtiss reviewed the show on opening night.

"Make no mistake: this isn’t hollow, mean-spirited satire just for the sake of satire; THE MUSICAL OF MUSICALS: THE MUSICAL! is an affectionate homage to an art form that’s endured for well over a century, one which honors while it gently pokes fun at the time-honored traditions of Broadway....

The laughs don’t just come from the pastiche of songs that come at the audience with varying degrees of silliness; it’s the very talented cast and their deadpan spoofs that cement the production, and elevate TMOMTM into the heights of hilarity....

[It's] impossible to stop laughing once these [gifted singers and dancers] get you started. TMOMTM rockets from start to finish, fueled largely in part by the non-stop guffaws powering it, thanks to this quintessentially clever quartet of comedians....

As done by Not Your Mom's Musical Theatre, THE MUSICAL OF MUSICALS: THE MUSICAL! is one of those rare gems: a well-written, well-played show that has plenty for those who see it, but which leaves them wanting more. Don’t miss it."

Special thanks to our sponsors, J's Corner Restaurant & Lounge and Bank of New Hampshire - Gorham, for helping to make this performance possible!

Tickets are non-refundable - in the event the show is cancelled, your ticket purchase will be refunded. Advance tickets are discounted and available below and at the Gorham Town Hall. Ticket prices will be higher at the door.

This venue is accessible for those in wheelchairs. If you have any additional access needs or concerns, please contact us before January 22nd.

“Musical of Musicals” is presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, INC.

Upcoming Performances

The Musical of Musicals: The Musical!

Join us one-night-only for this hilarious off-Broadway spoof!

Friday, February 12, 7:30 p.m.

Medallion Opera House, 20 Park St., Gorham, NH

Tickets are available in advance online or in person at the Gorham Town Hall and the White Mountain Cafe. They will also be available at the door. 

Ticket Prices: 

$20/Adult Ticket - save $5 by purchasing online before show day!

$15/Adult w/ AANNH Individual/Family Membership and ID - save an additional $3 by purchasing online before show day!

$10/Student Ticket - save $5 by purchasing online before show day! Rated PG-13 due to some adult humor/double entendres.

Poster to share - JPG

Poster to share - PDF

NYMMT at the Medallion Opera House in May



Not Your Mom's Musical Theater was founded in 2010. Its mission: to bring quality performances of innovative, lesser-known musical theater to New Hampshire audiences. Past shows have included [title of show], See What I Wanna See, Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson, Weird Romance and Zombie Prom. NYMMT's professional touring cast performs full-scale productions as well as concerts on musical theater history from its series Something Wonderful I Missed.

The company loves working in alternative spaces and customizing unique shows. The Arts Alliance has previously presented three in northern New Hampshire: Something Wonderful I Missed: A Broadway Tour; Something Wonderful I Missed: Holiday Edition and Jocelyn's ABC: Alphabet Broadway Cabaret, a one-woman review by Jocelyn Duford.