The Bulletin proudly welcomes our newest sponsor, theater company ArtsCentric. Founded in April 2003 by twelve young Morgan State University graduates, the company has become a great provider of both enlightenment and entertainment for audiences across the city.
They perform at Motor House, the cool art incubator space at 120 W. North Avenue, an easy walk from Bolton Hill.
Upcoming shows include the musical Chicago (July 21–August 6), and Memphis (August 18–September 10), with four performances weekly, Fridays at 7:30 pm, Saturdays at 2 pm and 7:30 pm, and Sundays at 5 pm.
Last year’s revival of the musical Dreamgirls garnered rave reviews, including in the Baltimore Sun.
The company’s talented group of artists, musicians, educators, composers and playwrights bring quality artistic works and creative services to the entire community. They mount a wide array of productions, including traditional, contemporary and original musicals, plays, and concert works. In partnership with schools, churches, and community-based businesses, they provide entertainment and educational shows that enhance many programs and events.
As a color-conscious organization, they are committed to strengthening the community through the power of theater as they re-examine traditional roles in the arts, advance original stories of specific cultures, and foster educational advancement.
Purchase tickets online and find out more on their website, ArtsCentric.net, and follow them on Facebook.