Sunday, May 6, 2012


Pumpkin Theatre's

WHEN: May 19, from 10 AM – 1 PM
WHERE: Centerstage,700 N Calvert Street, Baltimore


Join Pumpkin Theatre for performances by their Creative Drama 1 and Creative Drama 2 classes, a presentation by Centerstage's Young Playwright's Festival, face painting, arts and crafts, and Iced Gems Baking (the cupcake truck)


Srping 2012Summer Camps Filling Fast!

Don't Wait and Be Late!

  • Disney's - 101 Dalmatians, Kids
    Broadway Music Jr - ages 8 to 14
    Adele Cheatham Russell – Director
    WHEN: 9 AM-4 PM, Monday - Friday, July 23 - August 3
    The Park School, 2425 Old Court Road
  • Into the Woods
    Musical Theatre Conservatory - ages 11 to 17
    Jimi Kinstle: Director
    9 AM –4 PM, Monday - Friday, June 25 - July 23, 4 performances.
    the Park School.

This Conservatory is for both actors and technicians. Students learn character exploration, script analysis, ensemble building, vocal production, physicality work and help create the production.

And NEW this summer!

There is no discount for the Creative Drama camps

One week camps based on the "Magic Tree House" series!

  • Creative Drama 1 - ages 4 & 5
    July 9 - 14, 9:30-11:30 AM, Monday – Friday
    Teacher: Jennifer Cullinane, Cost: $200
  • Creative Drama 2 - ages 6 & up
    WHEN: July 16-20 , 9:30-11:30 A,, Monday – Friday
    Teacher: Jennifer Cullinane, Cost: $200

To download a registration from click to visit the Website

You're a Good Man Charlie Brown
WHEN: June 16 –24 , at 1 and 3 PM
St Timothy's School, 8400 Greenspring Avenue

To get your tickets contact our box office at 410.828.1814 Monday - Friday, 12 to 3, or go online to the website to download an order form.

Join Pumpkin Theatre for the last show of their 44th Season: "What's in a Name?" See Snoopy, Lucy, Linus, Schroeder, Sally and of course Charlie Brown as we bring one of America's most treasured comic strips to life. Good for the whole family. The show is directed by Jimi Kinstle, and features actors Dean Davis, Stacey Needle, Tammy Crisp, Drew Gaver, Michael Perrie Jr., and Gary Dieter, Musical Direction by Mark Hanson Williams, Set by Ryan Michael Haase and Costumes by Heather Jackson. Based on the comic strip by Charles Schultz.