ANNOUNCING BALTIMORE CENTER STAGE'S FAMILY SERIES!
Join us for a year packed full of fun, laughter, and joy for theatergoers of all generations. Featuring familiar programs like Backstage at Center Stage and Together at the Table, heartwarming stories for the whole family, and an exciting lineup of new theatrical experiences, the season will be bursting with occasions to learn, hang out, and play together.
Walk two Moons
the Beloved coming-of-age story comes off the page and onto the stage
Based on Sharon Creech’s Newbery Medal-winning novel
Toured by National Players
Oct 25, 2019 at 10:30am & Oct 26 at 1pm
For ages 10 and up
'Twas The Night Before Christmas
The Holiday tradition - now a musical!
Toured By Virginia Repertory Theatre
Dec 8, 2019 at 11am & 1pm
For all ages
Not your English teacher's poetry
Toured by Geodesic Management LLC
Feb 2, 2020 at 1pm & Feb 3 at 10:30am
For ages 12 and up
A children's tale of culture and confidence!
A children’s tale of culture and confidence!
Created by Paige Hernanzdez
May 15, 2020 at 10:30 & May 16 at 1pm
For ages 4 and up
ACTIVITIES & EVENTS
BACKSTAGE AT CENTER STAGE
Spend the day at Baltimore Center Stage for an event full of fun and games for all ages! Featuring activities, food, and surprises, you’ll meet the people who bring stories to life, get a sneak peek behind the scenes, and experience a building full of shenanigans on and off the stage.
Stay tuned for more information!
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 free lunch, engaging conversation, and a matinee performance of our Mainstage show.
YOUNG PLAYWRIGHTS FESTIVAL
Come experience brand-new plays from some of Maryland’s best young artists. Written by students in grades 1-12 and developed with Baltimore Center Stage’s team of theater professionals, these wildly creative and deeply brilliant short plays represent the bright future of the American theater.
Fri, March 27, 2020