Friday, May 13, 2011


Single Carrot Theatre is one of those fearless little theater troupes that make cultural life so interesting—making choices and producing performances that are beyond the “tried” and the “tired.” If you are an adventurous theater-goer, check out what they do. I know you’ll be surprised and pleased!

“Theatre helps you learn how to live.”—Youth Conservatory participant 

What have you spent $10 on?

CLICK HERE to watch a video about Single Carrot’s involvement in Baltimore and their work to spread the awareness about art.

Single Carrot Theatre is dedicated to doing work beyond their productions every season to help the Baltimore community. Last month, they completed Fight the Stigma, a project to raise awareness about mental illness. Single Carrot Theatre partners with the Enoch Pratt Free Library, Writers in Baltimore and Baltimore City schools, while also having their own education programs for children, adults and teachers. They have some exciting partnerships in the works for next year and need your help to support them.

As a patron and lover of the arts, after you watch the video above, send it along to friends, family and colleagues to spread the word about the power art has to change people and communities. Now is the time to work together to make Baltimore a better place and to spread awareness about the value of art.

And don't forget...
The 3rd Annual
Single Carrot Theatre Youth Conservatory
WHEN: August 1-12, 2011
A two- week intensive, insightful look at acting, design, and production, specially designed for high school students interested in performance. Taught and facilitated by Single Carrot Theatre’s award-winning ensemble.

Cost: $475 if you register before July 1, 2011

To enroll now, CLICK HERE
E-mail or call 443.844.9240.