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Rep Stage

Columbia, MD
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  • Columbia, MD
    Rep Stage produces exceptional theatre, with a commitment to both contemporary American classics and new work, by creating a collaborative artistic space in which regional theatre professionals tell evocative, engaging stories.
  • The ensemble develops, nurtures and enriches the artistic talents of youth and adults who aspire to learn the crafts of drama, dance, music, and stage technical competencies. The ensemble is dedicated to creating a community theater that educates, entertains and affects change on a local and national level.
  • Olney, MD
    A professional, award-winning regional theater established in 1937, Olney Theatre Center operates under an Actors' Equity Association Council of Stock Theaters (COST) contract, one of only two theaters in the country to operate under such a contract.
  • Beltsville, MD
    OUR MISSION: To bring high quality theatre and arts programs to the general population and underserved residents of Maryland To produce innovative and approachable theatre, classics, as well as new works To provide educational programming and performance-based theater curriculum for students and teachers To provide professional training for actors and lovers of theatre
  • Baltimore, MD
    We bring theater to your Venues. We are... ON-THE-ROAD.
  • Laytonsville, MD
    AmaZing Theatre believes that drama is a powerful medium for teaching and learning about the history and cultural nuances that are the foundation of African Americans. The Theatre's mission is to create performing arts opportunities of social significance for the Black/African American community. To ensure that our productions tell not only the Black/African American story, we partner with other ethnic groups to share and bring together a world view. With this ideology the AmaZing Theatre contributes to community theater by: supporting, educating, training and developing artists....
  • Baltimore, MD
    Everyman Theatre is a professional theatre celebrating the actor, with a Resident Company of artists from the Baltimore/Washington, DC area.
  • Wheaton, MD
    Est. 1981 InterAct Story Theatre is a multidisciplinary arts-in-education organization and touring theatre for young audiences. They also provide arts-infused workshops and artist-in-residency programs for students, teachers and families throughout their region and across the country.
  • Baltimore, MD
    Arena Players is the oldest continuously operating African-American community theater in the U.S. **Proudly founded in Baltimore**
  • Baltimore, MD
    "Rapid Lemon"—an anagram of "palindrome"—got its name from the dialogue of an original play called Sphere, the company's debut production as part of the 2012 DC Black Theatre Festival. Sphere was presented at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company that summer and praised emphatically by The Washington Post. Sphere was followed by Marvin's Trial, another new script, workshopped at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore and premiered at THEARC in Washington. These early ventures, and the ongoing stewardship of The Variations Project starting in 2014, established Baltimore-based Rapid Lemon...
  • Baltimore Concert Opera creates a thrilling, meaningful shared experience between our audience and artists. We focus on the primary element of opera: the unamplified, extraordinary human voice.
  • Baltimore, MD
    The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company began in 2002 with a small group of artists committed to changing how people think about Shakespeare, by producing shows that allowed audiences to connect to classic works in whole new ways – ways that are fresh, innovative and sustainable.