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Best of Maryland Arts Education Festival

This one-day festival will feature performances, workshops, and masterclasses at host sites in Baltimore’s Mount Vernon area.

This is a call for presentations of student, alumni and/or faculty work to be featured in spaces at Saint Ignatius Church, Center Stage, Peabody, the Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church, and the Walters Art Museum. Each venue offers spectacular and unique presentation spaces for multiple arts disciplines all surrounding a beautiful, 19th Century city square in downtown Baltimore.

Multiple arts disciplines will be presented in each venue so that presenters and audience members may have an experience in several different spaces (i.e., a theatre improv company may perform at Center Stage, Peabody, and the Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church).

This event is organized and managed by ALUMNI OF MARYLAND SCHOOLS’ ARTS PROGRAMS.

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Baltimore Dance Crews Project Purple Box Workshops

Weekly drop in hip-hop dance classes for both youth and adults. No experience necessary! Donations accepted.

Youth class (ages 10 – 17) from 4:00 – 5:00 pm every Tuesday. Adult class from 5:30 – 6:30 pm every Tuesday.

Please contact Cynthia Chavez for details: cynthia.chavez@baltimoredcp.org

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Baltimore Center Stage “Together at the Table”: Skeleton Crew

Together at the Table, is a community event that aims to engage every member of the family. We host lunch and a conversation with the actors of the current production and then allow time for our guests to see the play. This afternoon experience is only $10 per person.

Lunch with actors: 12 noon

Performance begins: 2 pm


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Baltimore Center Stage Student Matinee: Skeleton Crew

Each Baltimore Center Stage main stage production offers Student Matinees with admission prices of $15 a ticket. Student Matinees are at 10:30am.

Email: education@centerstage.org

From the playwright of Detroit ’67Skeleton Crew (the third play in Dominique Morisseau’s acclaimed Detroit trilogy) tells the story of four workers at the last exporting auto plant in Detroit struggling to survive as their way of life disappears. Set around 2008, this play vividly portrays the modern struggle in a changing America, and reveals the real people on the factory line.


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