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Quality theatrical productions at Bowie Playhouse in Bowie, MD since 1996 2nd Star Productions presents two musicals and one comedy each season at Bowie Playhouse, 16500 White Marsh Park Drive, in Bowie Maryland, 20715. 2nd Star Productions was founded in January 1996 by Jane Wingard, John Guyton, Gordon Gustin, Joanne Wilson, and Martin Hayes - a theatrically experienced group who decided to "make their own rules for the sandbox". In addition to producing high quality shows, they wanted to create an atmosphere where people can grow, have fun and feel that their contributions were highly valued.
The Bethesda Little Theatre is associated with the National Institutes of Health (NIH), part of the NIH Recreation & Welfare organization. BLT members share a love of theatre as well as a desire to support NIH charities.
Contact us at :- Bowie Community Theatre, P.O. Box 604, Bowie, MD 20718 Performances at :- 16500 White Marsh Park Dr, Bowie, Maryland MD 20715
Performances at :- 16500 White Marsh Park Dr, Bowie, Maryland MD 20715 Bowie Community Theatre is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization providing live theatre productions and experiences for the Bowie and surrounding communities. Membership and participation is on a volunteer, amateur basis.
We perform at Olney Theater, The Gaithersburg Arts Barn, and Damascus United Methodist Church
Damascus Theatre Company is a not-for-profit community theatre group that brings quality live performing arts to Damascus and the surrounding area, and provides affordable opportunities for people of all ages to participate and develop skills in all aspects of live theater. We consider our community a family and encourage others who love theatre to join us!
The Hard Bargain Players (HBP) is comprised of a vibrant group of all volunteer performers, which strives to bring diverse and vibrant arts to Southern Maryland. The Players’ performance space, the Amphitheater at Hard Bargain Farm, is a unique naturally occurring amphitheater that impresses scores of arts patrons each year. Built in the early 1930s by Alice and Henry Ferguson, the original stage was merely a half-circle of concrete set in a natural amphitheater in the woods of their Hard Bargain Farm. For many years the Fergusons used the amphitheater as a place to gather with their friends and neighbors on summer evenings. They would entertain themselves by dressing up in elaborate costumes and putting on amateur plays. It became a Hard Bargain tradition. The Hard Bargain Players produce and perform a number of full-length productions each year in addition to sponsoring special events, including play reading circles, reader’s theater and children’s theater workshops. They strive to sponsor various theatrical workshops on directing, acting, and playwriting throughout the year for interested members of the local theater community. Theater in the Woods is an outdoor amphitheater and the Hard Bargain Players perform rain or shine. Shows are only canceled in the event of severe weather conditions. There is limited covered seating and umbrellas are encouraged. Comfortable clothing and bug spray are also highly recommended.
Hexagon, Inc. 5614 Connecticut Avenue NW, PMB 294, Washington, DC 20015-2604
Washington's only original political satirical musical comedy revue, with proceeds donated to local charities. Hexagon is a nonprofit organization composed of people whose purpose is to create and stage an original, political, satirical, musical comedy revue each year, both to have fun entertaining and to raise money for local charities. While there are several (even numerous) groups that purport to present political satire, Hexagon is unique in several respects: Hexagon is all original. Each year every song and skit is completely new. At Hexagon, you won’t hear hackneyed tunes recycled with new words. Hexagon is non profit. We donate to charity, not to our own wallets. Hexagon is all volunteer. There are no salary expenses to diminish the proceeds we can donate to charity. Hexagon is membership. Hexagon is not a “one-man show.” Members make up the cast, crew orchestra, front of house, writers, and production team for each and every show. Hexagon is a social group, too. There are numerous parties and get-togethers through out the year where members meet with old friends and make new ones
KAT is a 501(c)3 non-profit community theater in Kensington, MD (suburb of Washington, DC) OUR MISSION: TO PURSUE AND ENACT PROVOCATIVE MUSICAL THEATER WHICH EVOKES QUESTIONS AND CHALLENGES PRESUMPTIONS ABOUT THE WORLD AROUND US.
Community Theatre in the Heart of Laurel, Maryland, 508 Main Street in Downtown Laurel Located in the middle of historic Laurel, the Laurel Mill Playhouse exists to bring live theatre to a vibrant and diverse community, foster a creative environment, and help local individuals nurture their talent. The Playhouse is the home of the Burtonsville Players, which has been providing community theatre to the quad-county area for more than 35 years.
MAD is the Music and Drama Club at the NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, in Greenbelt, MD
We believe the storytelling done on stage has the power to both entertain and to touch minds and hearts. We bring you the stories, the news, the deals - everything you need to get out and enjoy this lively art.
The Victorian Lyric Opera Company was founded in 1978 to perform musical works of the Victorian era. Our first show was Trial By Jury paired with Cox & Box. Since that time we have performed all but two of the Gilbert & Sullivan canon many times over. We have also branched out into other European operettas and even grand opera, Mozart's The Magic Flute & Donezetti's The Elixir of Love. The mission of the company has been and continues to be to provide high quality performances of light operatic works, providing educational and performance opportunities to our community. In 2011, The Victorian Lyric Opera Company merged with The Forgotten Opera Company. Our membership is drawn from all over the Greater Washington Metropolitan area. We have performers of all ages in our company, and often will have multiple generations of the same family on stage at the same time. The Victorian Lyric Opera Company is supported in part by funding from the Montgomery County government and the Arts and Humanities Council of Montgomery County. Unless otherwise noted, all VLOC performances take place at the: F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre, Rockville Civic Center Park, 603 Edmonston Drive, Rockville, MD 20851 There is plenty of free parking on the park grounds. To purchase tickets, please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org