Baltimore Center Stage: Together At The Table

Together At The Table


Together at the Table

Together at the Table

Join us as we sit together at the table for a unique event that bridges generations and promotes dialogue and interconnectivity through the power of art. Enjoy a memorable afternoon at the theater with your favorite young people and Baltimore Center Stage artists, complete with a free lunch, engaging conversation, and a matinee performance of our Mainstage show.

Please note: Tickets for Together at the Table can be purchased by using promocode TOGETHER or by calling the Box Office at 410.332.0033.

 

dates for the 2019/20 Season

Miss You Like Hell
Sat, Oct 12
Lunch with actors: 12 noon
Performance begins: 2pm

Thoughts of a Colored Man
Sat, Nov 9
Lunch with actors: 12 noon
Performance begins: 2pm

Men on Boats
Sat, Dec 14
Lunch with actors: 12 noon
Performance begins: 2pm

Richard & Jane & Dick & Sally
Sat, Feb 29
Lunch with actors: 12 noon
Performance begins: 2pm

Where We Stand
Sat, Apr 25
Lunch with actors: 12 noon
Performance begins: 2pm

Bakkhai
Sat, May 9
Lunch with actors: 12 noon
Performance begins: 2pm

 

About Together at the Table

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

For more information, contact the Eddie C. and C. Sylvia Brown Education Department at 410.986.4050 or education@centerstage.org.

 


Made Possible By

SUPPORT FROM:

 

 

Wells Fargo

 

BGE