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Welcome to Gilded Age Stage

Take a seat and get to know an intriguing person from the past...and sometimes, a person from the present with an intriguing past! Our current show features Hannibal's own Margaret Tobin (Molly) Brown, the extraordinary woman beyond the Titanic's most famous survivor.

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Recent performances of

"MARGARET: The Incredible Molly Brown:"

Art Henry Tours - Columbia, TN


Molly Brown 156th Birthday Celebration - Hannibal, MO


US Tours - Vienna, WV

Personalized Tours & Happy Time Tours - WI


Custom Tours & Travel - Chesterfield, MO


Hannibal Arts Council - Hannibal, MO

S & S Travel - Kendallville, IN


Molly Brown Tea Party/Great Girlfriend Getaway - Hannibal, MO

Last Dinner on the Titanic/LaBinnah Bistro - Hannibal, MO

Please contact us to

book a performance!

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Gilded Age Stage is proud to announce that Erin Kelley has returned as

"MARGARET: The Incredible Molly Brown"

aboard American Cruise Lines ships which dock in Hannibal in 2023!


"I learned so much! This is an experience that should be required "seeing" for all students of history...and anyone who aspires to do the right thing for humanity and women's rights! Fabulous portrayal!"                                                                                                                                     Susan, Quincy, IL

"This truly was the best night I have had in some time! Erin Kelley breathes life and passion into this she cleverly absorbs the persona of the infamous and unsinkable Margaret Brown."
                                                                     Monti, Hannibal, MO

"Lovely, lovely work...You are an incredible storyteller and superb entertainer."                                                                                                                                          Donna, St. Louis, MO

"So good! amazing glimpse into the life of Margaret Brown and an informative summary of her accomplishments, fights for change and Gilded Age connections. Well done!" 

                                                                             Michael Gaines                                                                     Hannibal Arts Council
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