Join us Friday, March 26 at 8pm for the premiere of "Abracadabra, Your Honor" and "I Do, I Think!"
Act I, "Abracadabra, Your Honor," is about a group of mischievous magicians who are hired to boost revenue at a struggling theater. After a few too many schemes, these magicians find themselves in court being sued by the theater staff! Will justice be served or do these magicians have another trick up their sleeve?
Act II, "I Do, I Think"is about love birds Luigi and Sloane preparing for their "best day ever!" Everything is smooth and perfect until Steve, an uninvited guest, comes crashing into the party. Will the wedding proceed? Has the big day been ruined? Can anyone stop Steve from eating all the lamb shanks? Tune in to find out!
These short-films will premiere LIVE on Youtube & Facebook Friday, March 26 at 8pm.
Spring Programming Announcement
This Spring brings THREE new programs to Barrier-Free!
Our Art of Performing/Inclusive Theater Companies will break for the spring/summer and resume in September.
All classes are mixed abilities and open to individuals 18+ with intellectual/developmental disabilities and autism.
These classes are perfect for new or returning Barrier-Free participants.
Click the image for more details and to register for each class.
Register for one, two, or all three programs!!
Use the "Spring Trifecta" link to use ONE registration form to register for all three programs.
Jorge Tirigall is a talented actor from Columbia, MD, and a member of our Art of Performing Company B. Catch him in his debut performance as Luigi Rodriguez in "I Do, I Think" premiering LIVE on our Youtube channel, Friday, March 26 at 8pm.
Thank you Jorge for representing actors with autism and sharing about your experiences with Barrier-Free!
We are proud to be funded in part by a Community Arts Development Grant from the Carroll County Arts Council and the Maryland State Arts Council
We are proud to be funded in part by an Awesome Foundation grant from the Hey Westminster project
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