• About the Author: Studs Terkel & Contributors

    Pulitzer Prize winning Louis Terkel a.k.a Studs Terkel (1912-2008) was an American author, historian, actor and broadcaster, not to mention a fabulous storyteller of unadorned style. He may be best remembered for hosting a radio show in Chicago which focused [...]
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  • CCBC Dance Program Takes the Stage

    The academic mission of the Dance program is to provide students with opportunities to gain personal instruction through small class sizes, study with experienced faculty who are working professionals and be exposed to a broad spectrum of dance – [...]
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  • Celebrating 100 Years of Bernstein

    Our Music Forum on Friday, November 16 will include words and music as we trace the musical and personal path of Leonard Bernstein's career and influence on American and global music. CCBC Professors Christopher Wolfe, Monica Otal and Dean [...]
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  • Joe Turner’s Come and Gone Q & A

    The final curtain has been called on our production of August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone, we sincerely hope you enjoyed the show! Read on to learn a bit more about the cast and their characters, we're also [...]
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  • Catching Up with Guest Director and the Crew

    The stage at CCBC Catonsville Theatre has been transformed into Seth and Bertha Holly's boarding house. The year is 1911 and we're in the Hill District of Pittsburgh. Boarders come looking for a home, looking for family, looking for [...]
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  • About the Author: August Wilson

    August Wilson (April 27, 1945 – October 2, 2005), original name Frederick August Kittel, was a Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, known for his cycle of plays. Each of these were set in a different decade of the 20th century and details […]

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  • Final Thoughts on The Verge

    Congratulations to cast and crew and everyone who helped with the production of The Verge. The theatre program at CCBC is "not afraid of taking on the challenging" as noted by President Kurtinitis in her Tweet (https://twitter.com/DrK_CCBC/status/1055192096599089153). This show [...]
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  • A Word with The Verge Cast

    It's opening day at the F. Scott Black Theatre for Susan Glaspell's The Verge. The cast, who all have a passion for live theater, consist of stage crew, published writers, theatre majors, and performers. Lines have been rehearsed tirelessly, [...]
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  • About the Author: Susan Glaspell

    Pulitzer Prize winning playwright Susan Glaspell (1876-1948) was a woman of many talents, can be considered a woman before her time and a central figure in modern American theater history. She is also included as an American Master in [...]
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  • Autumn Has Arrived!

    And you are warmly invited to fall into a performance. Spend your weekend celebrating American Masters in live theatre. Dundalk Community Theatre Fundraiser Concert : There's No Business Like Show Business, a musical revue celebrating American Masters of musical theatre. [...]
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