Learn about Arena Players' 2012-2013 season.

Season 2015 – 2016


Season 62    2015 – 2016

!!! Something for Everyone !!!


Written and Directed  by Randolph Smith

September 11th thru October 2nd and 4th , 2015

A musical tribute to a classy lady, Phyllis Hyman, through her words, music and presence.  Sometimes dark, sometimes funny but always full of the music that expressed her.  The disastrous effects of conflicts in her life lead to moments of grace and beauty in the midst of tragedy.  Come to relive the music and story of one of the musical giants.


“SPELL #7″

By Ntozake Shange

Directed by Mari Travis

October 23rd thru November 1st , 2015

This striking choreopoem by the author of  For Colored Girls … is set in St. Louis in a bar frequented by Black artists and musicians.  It is another meditation on the irony of being Black in a white world.  The artists bare their souls in soliloquies, many of them illustrated by in the mood dances.  Spell #7 is humanely upbeat.  In the end, (it) proclaims inner self respect as the essential quality of Black pride and Black identity.



By Paul Freed

Directed by Aaron Androh

November 20th thru December 6th

Members of the newly renovated Meadowbrook Health Resort are dropping like flies, including famed chef Edith Chiles! On the eve of the grand re-opening, this is not the best advertisement! It’s up to John Stone, the manager, to find the cause and the murderer.  This comedy is delightful and will have you leaving with nothing to worry about. Maybe!!!




January 8th, 9th and 10th, 2016

3 new full length plays to be given reading .  Audience critique is encourage as to whether the play could possibly be given a full production.  The plays are still being chosen.  Each play will be given full reader’s production without set or movements.  This is a chance for the audience to ask questions about the play and to make suggestions.   The readings will take place over the weekend of January 8th, 9th and 10th, 2016.  A different play each night.  Check website for updates including titles of plays to be read.  These are Studio 801 productions  directed by  D. Russell Owens and David D. Mitchell. These are included in subscriptions, otherwise admission is $5.00.


All Friday and Saturday shows are at 8pm and Sunday shows are at 4pm.

General Admission is $18.00    Student and Seniors  Admission is #12.00

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



© Arena Players, Incorporated | 801 McCulloh Street, Baltimore, MD 21201 | 410-728-6500