The Bethesda Little Theatre is an R and W organization associated with the National Institutes of Health. The BLT members share a love for theatre as well as a desire to support the charities of the NIH. The BLT generally produces musical revues. Check out our web site for current information on auditions and performances.
CAST in McLean is the Community Alliance Supporting Theatre in McLean, an award winning, community based theatre group, specializing in musical theatre. We perform at the Alden Theatre, at the McLean Community Center, McLean, VA. Our goal is to entertain the McLean audience, and provide theatre experience and training in a professional environment. And we have fun, too!
Since 1985, Damascus Theatre Company has been providing upper Montgomery County a vehicle for people of all agesinterested in community theatre to share their time and talents to produce quality entertainment. DTC performs largeBroadway musicals every fall, smaller musical shows every spring, and children's entertainment every Christmas. We'realways looking for new members and new performers, so come out and join us!.
GALA Hispanic Theatre was established in l976 to preserve and promote the culture of Hispanics in the U.S. and to expose the North American population to Hispanic culture through the presentation of bilingual theater. Our new location, GALA at the Warehouse, is at 1021 7th Street NW Washington DC 20001
Community based non-profit arts center featuring both performing arts (both drama and music) and an art gallery.
Take Route 295, Baltimore-Washington Parkway north - stay to the left.Take first ramp onto Route 193, Greenbelt Road - stay to the right.Stay in lane and bear right onto Southway into Greenbelt.
For reservations or more information call 301-441-8770
a thriving Community Center offering classes for all ages and interests, a potpourri of community organizations and non-profits that promise to get you involved in this wonderful community. Fifteen minutes from Washington DC, five minutes to Tysons
. Coming together from a diversity of backgrounds, STS artists work towards creating a new form of theater ? one that draws upon traditional theatrical concepts to experiment and create new and innovative styles of performance. The idea for the Stanislavsky Theater Studio is to create a repertory company based on international theatrical traditions, and not on any national company. The theater is aiming at merging different cultures rather than separating them.
Tapestry Theatre Company is an award-winning community theater group dedicated to performing quality plays in Northern Virginia and the greater Washington D.C. area. Our cast and crew boast a number of experienced members and we enjoy working with people of all ages.
The Musical Theater Center (MTC) is one of the Washington region’s leading performing arts education organizations, and the only one in the region that celebrates the musical theatre genre. The Center offers year-round musical theater training and performance opportunities for over 1800 students annually. Programs include multi-disciplinary classes, summer day camps, musical productions, and performing ensembles. For further information call 301-251-5766 or visit the MTC web site at www.musicaltheatercenter.org.
The opportunities for an artist, actor, or musician to expose their talents are often hindered by financial, geographic, and personal limitations. A non-profit organization, The Starving Artist theatre was designed to encourage and support artists while being the catalysis for them to take the leap into professional theatre. With a passion for the undiscovered, our goal is to impact the Washington DC metro area with local talent! The theatre will produce events to better Northern Virginia's fine arts programs; while offering superior and inventive forms of the liberal arts. This will be done by exposing quality artists to hungry audiences tired of the average productions. The Starving Artist will provide a place for the artist to be heard, seen, and believed in... giving them the confidence to pursue their dream and develop it into a career!
Based in lower Montgomery County, Maryland, we are the only fully independent all-youth summer theatre in the Washington, DC area. Created and sustained by an unbroken chain of young people, who first learn and gradually come to teach the practical realities of mounting a full-scale theatrical production, Wildwood has produced at least one musical each summer since 1965. The most remarkable thing about this record of accomplishment is that all members of WST are between the ages of 14 and 25. Wildwood Summer Theatre is literally all-youth. No adults regulate, enforce, decide, create, manage or supervise the theatrical endeavors of WST. This is not to say they don't give of their time, money, automobiles, sons, daughters and power tools, but it is a young people's theatre, from the technicians and chorus members up to the Producer, Director, and Board Members. This provides a unique learning experience in all aspects of theatre, including the very rare opportunity to participate in institutional and production management as well as design, performance, and technical crafts. Besides, we like it that way.