Baltimore Center Stage: BCS is Open for Storytelling

BCS is Open for Storytelling


BCS is Open for Storytelling

 

Dear Baltimore Center Stage Community,


Here at Baltimore Center Stage, our staff and artists have been—like so many of you—closely following the news, and wondering—what comes next? This question has echoed amongst us these past few weeks as we continue to monitor the situation and make our plans. We don’t know everything, but we do know one thing—Baltimore Center Stage is Open for Storytelling.

We are committed to curating and creating virtual artistic experiences and learning programs and delivering them to your inboxes and social media platforms. We are continuing to do what we do best: share stories. And even if you can’t come to us, we will happily bring the stories to you...starting right now.
 

We look forward to staying in community with you for as long as this crisis continues and forever and ever after.

We are here for you.

 

Warmly,

Stephanie Ybarra
Artistic Director


Where We Stand Virtual Access

Live performances of Where We Stand have been cancelled, but you can still experience the story virtually! From April 2 to April 26, you can stream a video from the comfort of your own home! 

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Camp at Home

With schools shut down, we know that students and caregivers alike are seeking creativity and escape... WELCOME TO BCS CAMP AT HOME!

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#Openforstorytelling

Enjoy this digital storytelling content from our friends across the internet, curated by the BCS team, as you practice social distancing, and know that we are #OpenforStorytelling.

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Short Plays to be enjoyed at Home

We are so proud to introduce Play At Home—a national initiative that we’re leading alongside our friends at Woolly Mammoth, The Public, Long Wharf Theatre, and St. Louis Rep! Play At Home is a series of brand new short plays commissioned especially for you and your family to read at home.

Play on!


supporting our community

In the midst of the Coronavirus crisis, we’ve had to close our doors to live performances and pause our slate of programming; but our team is still a team and we are leaning into the needs of our community. Our incredible production staff, led by Costume Director David Burdick, is creating cloth hospital masks for Mercy Hospital Center. The prototype shown above was created in consultation with the Hospital and CDC guidelines and the first batch will be delivered this week.

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