Learn about Arena Players' programs.







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SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 2015 at

7:30 P.M.

TICKETS — $10.00


Arena Players offers a variety of programs and activities to achieve its mission of entertaining, educating, and serving the Baltimore community. Contact us if you would like to participate.



Youth participants take classes in the performing arts and learn about the key areas of drama, music, dance, and tech. They present four productions each year. Classes are available for those 4.5 to 18 years old:

  • Little People’s Theatre—4.5 to 8 years old
  • Intermediate Theatre—9 to 12 years old
  • The Youtheatre—13 to 18 years old

YOUTHEATRE  applications for summer 2015 will be ready soon.   Please contact Arena Players via
website or call 410-728-6500.  Please leave your name and address and the child’s name and age.

Catherine Orange – Youtheatre Director

Charlene Williamson – Assistant Youtheatre Director

Yvette Shipley – Dance Instructor

George Holmes – Speech Instructor

Jessica Nelson – Music Instructor

Eric Jones – Stage Director

Dana Orange –  Stage Director




Check “EVENTS” for comedy, jazz, lectures and other limited special shows.  They are constantly changing. It is another entertaining night out.



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All performances happen at Arena Players, 801 McCulloh St.  Baltimore, MD. Call 410-728-6500 for further information


Studio 801

Studio 801 is Arena Players’ training and community outreach program. It consists of adult classes for those who have a desire to perform. Established to enhance the Arena Players’ unique style and to extend creative arts training and resources to the general public. Directing, acting, stage management, and technical classes are offered.


Readers’ Theatre

The Readers’ Theatre is a unique program that allows playwrights to develop their work in a safe, nurturing environment. Playwrights are invited to have their works read on stage without props or action from the actors. The actors read from the script, in character, and a narrator describes the action for the audience. At the end of the reading, the audience is invited to discuss the play with the playwright, providing positive and constructive feedback to strengthen the literary work. It also gives the community an opportunity to be a part of the Arena Players’ theatrical offerings. Some plays produced in the Readers’ Theatre are invited to be staged during the Arena Players’ season.

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