700 N Calvert St, Baltimore, MD 21202
Center Stage's education programs integrate theater into the lives of nearly 10,000 Maryland students each season, inspiring young imaginations through programs that cultivate creative and intellectual potential, and developing a practical understanding of the arts.
Our programs inform and inspire tomorrow’s audiences, enriching individual lives and ensuring a strong future for the arts in our communities. Participating in meaningful cultural activities as a regular part of a well-rounded educational experience helps to develop empowered creative thinkers who are better equipped to thrive in a global marketplace of diverse and rapidly changing ideas. As public schools struggle to provide arts exposure in a difficult economic climate, community-based programs like Center Stage's become even more essential.
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