• About the Authors: William Finn & James Lapine

    William Finn (born February 28, 1952 in Boston, Massachusetts) is a Jewish American composer and lyricist. He was raised in conservative Judaism and grew up in Natick, Massachusetts. He attended the Temple Israel in Natick and wrote his first […]

    22.3.2022
    by ckratovil
  • About the Author: Lynn Nottage

    Lynn Nottage is the only living American playwright to have won the Pulitzer Prize multiple times. Her first one came in 2009 for Ruined, a drama about a small bar in a mining town in the Congo that serves […]

    4.3.2022
    by ckratovil
  • Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre 2022 High School Musical Auditions!

    General Audition Information Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre is committed to growing our diversity and inclusion at all levels: on our stage, in our audience, on our staff, and within our leadership. We seek to be inclusive and color-conscious not […]

    9.2.2022
    by ckratovil
  • Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre 2022 Auditions!

    General Audition Information Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre is committed to growing our diversity and inclusion at all levels: on our stage, in our audience, on our staff, and within our leadership. We seek to be inclusive and color-conscious not […]

    9.2.2022
    by ckratovil
  • Dundalk Community Theatre (DCT) seeks Artistic Director

    DCT, a program of the Community College of Baltimore County, is seeking forward-thinking, passionate candidates for the role of Artistic Director. This is a part-time position at CCBC, responsible to the Dean of the School of Arts and Communication, [...]
    18.1.2022
    by ckratovil
  • About the Author: Stephen Karam

    American playwright and screenwriter Stephen Karam grew up in Scranton, Pennsylvania, in a Lebanese-American family of the Maronite faith. Graduating from Brown University in 2002, he went on to apprentice at the Utah Shakespeare Festival. Karam teaches graduate playwriting […]

    30.11.2021
    by ckratovil
  • Alumni Spotlight: Kelsey Lewis

    We are extremely proud of our students' accomplishments and look forward to seeing how they improve our world with their many talents. Enjoy a minute with Kelsey Lewis, CCBC Dance Program alum. What have you been up to since [...]
    27.10.2021
    by ckratovil
  • About the Author: Dominique Morisseau

    American playwright Dominique Morisseau was born March 13, 1978, and grew up in Detroit, Michigan. Her mother’s family is from Mississippi and her father’s family is from Haiti. Later, she attended the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor where […]

    27.10.2021
    by ckratovil
  • About the Authors: Steve Martin & Carl Sternheim

    Steve Martin brings his comic genius and sophisticated literary style to Carl Sternheim’s classic 1910 farce, Die Hose. His hilarious new version, The Underpants, opened in March 2002 on Off-Broadway. Carl Sternheim (born William Adolph Carl Francke) was a […]

    13.10.2021
    by ckratovil
  • Performing Arts at CCBC Reopening Guidelines

    We’re thrilled to announce that the Performing Arts at CCBC plans to return to the stage beginning the Fall of 2021 and we are committed to reopening safely. Like you, we are eager to return to the theatre! And [...]
    16.9.2021
    by lboeren
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