Baltimore Center Stage: Together At The Table

Together At The Table


Together at the Table

Please Note: Tickets for Together at the Table may only be purchased by calling the Box Office at 410.332.0033 or by selecting the June 17 matinee performance of Jazz online and using promo code 17JZTAT.

Baltimore Center Stage invites Baltimore-area families with children under 18 to join us for Together at the Table*, a unique community event that promotes dialogue and interconnectivity through the power of theater.

Together at the Table gives busy Baltimore-area families an opportunity to re-connect and spend a memorable day together at the theater: sharing a meal, and engaging in an informal pre-show conversation with their neighbors, before attending a matinee inside Baltimore Center Stage’s newly renovated theater. Actors from the play share the pre-show lunch, and Education Department staff members are on hand to answer questions and moderate a dialogue between families and actors about the major themes of the play. The meal, the fellowship, and the conversation are free.

Tickets to the show are only $10 per parent and $10 per child.  All families are welcome to join us, together at the table. 

THERE IS A HUNGER TO SEE THE HUMAN PRESENCE ACTED OUT. AS LONG AS THAT NEED REMAINS, PEOPLE WILL FIND A WAY TO DO THEATER.
—ZELDA FICHANDLER

 

final 2016/17 Together at the Table:    

Jazz                     

Sat, Jun 17

Lunch with Jazz actors: 12 noon

Jazz performance begins: 2 pm


Tickets are only $10 per parent and $10 per teen. Meals are provided by our restaurant partner Plates.

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Tickets for parents and teens for Together at the Table can be purchased by using promo code 17JZTAT or by calling the Box Office at 410.332.0033.

 

Learn more about Jazz, including content advisories.

Maximum of two discounted adult tickets per each child (under 18) ticket purchased. For more information, contact the Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown Education Department at 410.986.4050 or education@centerstage.org.

*Formerly Kickin’ It with the ‘Rents


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