Ready to hone your performances skills cabaret-style to create performance pieces to share in our talent showcase?
Have a talent you're ready to show to the world? Ready to work in a duet, trio, or group to perform?
This is your time to shine! No specific talents required!
We will spend 7 weeks rehearsing, polishing, and preparing our talents to share. The Talent Showcase class will culminate with a performance on the 8th week to share our hard work with friends, family, and community members.
Are you a parent or counselor of an Inclusive Theater Company actor?
Join us at our upcoming updates meeting for next season!
Intern Spotlight - Jasmine White
Jasmine is a junior and psychology major at McDaniel College. In her downtime, Jasmine enjoys spending time with her family and friends. She looks forward every week to working with such an awesome group of people and is grateful for the opportunity to work with Barrier-Free.
Purple Bucket Campaign Kicks Off March 1st
Beginning March 1st Barrier-Free's direct donation campaign kicks off!
Our campaign goal is $2000.
We are campaigning to keep our programs high-quality, affordable, and accessible for years to come.
Did you know our Inclusive Theater Companies and Classes cost less than $10 per class/rehearsal?
Tuition for companies and classes cover only a small portion of Barrier-Free's operational costs. We are largely sustained through generous donations and community partnerships.
We appreciate your contributions and support to spread the word about our campaign.
Why the purple bucket? Read our story to find out!
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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 a Safeway Foundation Grant
We are proud to be funded in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council
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