2016-2017 Season: THE 100 PERCENT SEASON
The Strand is the only brick-and-mortar theater in Baltimore this season to present outstanding works written ONLY by women artists! We invite you to celebrate our new theater and our commitment to putting women at the center of the creative process. Join us!
Rapid Lemon Productions presents a pair of developmental staged readings of Rich Espey's "King of the Seventh Grade" as part of the 2017 Baltimore Playwrights Festival.
Directed by Alice Stanley, this new play will be performed as two readings, with conversation to follow each. The second presentation will be of a revised script with changes made resulting from the first reading.
Come see the writing process in action, and help bring this wonderful new story to life.
Monday, July 3, 7pm
Monday, July 17, 7pm
Buy Tickets - $10
Baby Beats! With Max and Root
Next Date - TBA!
Music and movement concert series for children ages 0-6.
Jamaal "Black Root" Collier and Max Bent explore steady beat, phonics, rhythm, rhyming counting and musical awareness through the vocal art form Human Beatboxing. Children are welcome to move freely throughout the space and interact with the Max and Root.
Admission: $5 per human
In The News...
WE HAVE A NEW HOME!
Following a two-year search for a permanent space and a concerted effort to secure funding, the Strand Theater Company is happy to announce -
WE HAVE A NEW HOME!!!
Woman-focused Strand Theater buys new home in Hamilton-Lauraville
by Tim Smith of The Baltimore Sun
The Strand is moving to the historic Hamilton-Lauraville neighborhood, where a former bank building has just the right attributes to become a home for our thriving company! We look forward to being a part of this vibrant and supportive community, and continuing our mission of amplifying women's voices on stage and off!
The Strand is grateful for the generous support of the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development, Hamilton-Lauraville Main Street (Richard Marsiglia - President of the Board and Regina Lansinger - Director), and Dian Combs in making this move possible, and to every donor and community member, who played a part in the effort by helping us with their contributions, expertise, and encouragement! Thank you!
We cannot wait to celebrate with you, as the new Strand Theater opens to the public later this year, and unveils its 9th consecutive season!
Please stay tuned !
Strand Theater Second Series
On-going series of short engagements, comprising a wide variety of programming, i.e. play readings, workshops, concerts, poetry nights, musical events, and more. The goal of the series is to provide opportunities for women artists and to showcase a wide variety of women’s diverse voices and perspectives.
Prices vary per event.