Baltimore Center Stage: Mobile Unit

Mobile Unit


Introducing: Mobile Unit

Mobile Unit, an exciting new initiative, will break down the walls of conventional spaces by taking high-quality theater performances directly to communities including the homeless, the elderly, the incarcerated, and the underserved.

Following a successful pilot project in 2016, the Mobile Unit will officially launch this spring with Endgame, Samuel Beckett’s landmark play that explores the inexplicable, unpredictable journey of life, and our desire to not go it alone.

Mobile Unit’s professional actors will bring both classic and contemporary works to life. The unlimited imagination of audiences will be at the center of the action in the intimacy of community cafeterias, recreation rooms, gyms, or lobbies. It’s theater up close and personal for everyone regardless of education or class, age or circumstance—furthering Baltimore Center Stage’s mission to provide Access for All.

Baltimore Center Stage is proud to partner with a number of organizations to bring Endgame to audiences. These organizations include:

  • Healthcare for the Homeless
  • Maryland State Library for the Blind and Physically Handicapped
  • Esperanza Center
  • Baltimore Outreach Services

Endgame

By Samuel Beckett
Directed by Daniel Bryant
 

Mobile Dates:

Apr 25–May 5

A blind man in a wheelchair and the caretaker who’s stuck with him, a couple who’s stuck in trashbins, and a three-legged dog who’s just stuck—all wondering how and why they got stuck there together. Samuel Beckett's absurd comedy Endgame explores the inexplicable, unpredictable journey of life, and our desire not to go it alone.

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MADE possible by

This project is made possible by a grant from Maryland Humanities, through support from the National Endowment for the Humanities. Any views, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this project do not necessarily represent those of the National Endowment for the Humanities or Maryland Humanities.

also made possible by 

Hearst Foundation