Monumental promotes, produces, and provides platforms for millennial artists while developing new works, new views on established works, and the next generation of audience members. 



Monumental Theatre  Company was founded in 2015 by Beth Amann, Jimmy Mavrikes, and Michael Windsor. With the support of individual donors who shared their vision, they were able to begin producing shows in March 2015. Monumental has become a place for young artists to develop their talents from writing to acting and beyond. In 2018, they received the John Aniello Award for Outstanding Emerging Theatre Company at the Helen Hayes Awards. 


  Managing Director 


  Co-Artistic Director 


   Co-Artistic Director 

Beth likes to refer to herself as the “how” of Monumental Theatre Company. Accounting? Contracts? Holding a flashlight for better lighting in a photoshoot? She’s your girl. Beth is a proud Baltimore native and will happily sing all the words to “Crabs for Christmas” at any time. As the Managing Director of Monumental Theatre Company, Beth manages all business operations as well as our intern program. She is inspired by the next generation of theatre-makers and cannot wait to share their work with you. When not working for Monumental, Beth works in the tech sector as a Marketing Communications Specialist. You may win her heart by attending a Monumental show, bringing her a holiday shaped Reese’s, or letting her pet your golden retriever.

Jimmy is a huge fan of Greek food, Mean Girls, and cute puppies (especially his Good Girl Dolly Girl). For MTC, Jimmy directed Five Lesbians Eating a Quiche, known for having “the best gross-out laughs of the season” according to The Washington Post. He’s also directed many other cabarets, including our annual fundraiser Flip Flop (formerly known as Sex Swap, and always known as a drunk mess), and  the Pre-Marital Cabaret featuring Caroline Bowman and Austin Colby (Soy Cute). Jimmy can also be seen acting on the stages of other DC theaters. He is a three time Helen Hayes nominee for Best Leading Actor in a Musical (he’s also really humble…). Credits include Girlfriend at Signature Theatre, The Wild Party at Constellation Theatre Company, Bat Boy at 1st Stage, Fiddler on the Roof and Oliver at Arena Stage, My Fair Lady at Olney Theatre, as well as many TYA productions at Imagination Stage and Adventure Theatre. He holds a bachelor of music degree in Musical Theatre from Catholic University. Ok, bye.

Michael (aka “The Quiet One”) is Monumental’s Co-Artistic Director. Michael believes any bad day can be cured with a spoonful of peanut-butter and an episode of Great British Baking Show. When not producing or directing shows for Monumental (including the 2018 sleeper-hit musical Brooklyn, which earned him a Best Direction Helen Hayes nom), Michael enjoys baking, brunching, and pretending to be an extrovert. Outside of Monumental, Michael has collaborated creatively on many shows in the area including several with Eric Schaeffer at Signature Theatre, including Titanic, Light Years, and Blackbeard. He also serves as the Arts Assistant and Theater Liaison at Episcopal High School. Michael’s life goals include: producing inventive, influential theatrical experiences and being a contestant on Survivor!


 Beth Amann  

 Josiah Hernandez Secretary/ Treasurer

 Matthew Kacergis Chairperson
 Kaiya Lyons Vice Chairperson
 Jimmy Mavrikes  
 Trevor McCray  

 Brian Shaw
 Michael Windsor  
 Derek Zumstein  


Beth Amann

Managing Director

Jimmy Mavrikes 

Co-Artistic Director

Michael Windsor

Co-Artistic Director

Megan Bunn 

Associate Artistic Director & Casting Director

Marika Countouris

Music Supervisor

Ashton Schaffer

Audience Services Manager

Quoc Tran

Development Manager


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