Greenbelt Arts Center and Laurel Mill Playhouse Theater Fun, Jan 17 at 2pm, Online

Greenbelt Arts Center and Laurel Mill Playhouse Theater Fun, Jan 17 at 2pm, Online

GAC and LMP team up for Theater FUN!

Date/Time: Sunday, January 17 @2pm – Zoom invitation will be emailed to you after you signup

By Greenbelt Arts Center, Online.

Hey DMV folx, 2020 have you feeling stuck? Miss your theater buddies? Want to try a new hobby? Interested in building some acting skills? Just want to try something different? You’re in luck!

Greenbelt Arts Center and Laurel Mill Playhouse are teaming up to host a fun afternoon of theater games! We’ll learn and play fun and interactive games in a virtual environment while hanging out with some dynamic friends! Come and watch the silliness, or join us for some virtual zip, zap, zop!

If you’re interested in joining this free, fun session, simply click: SIGN UP to complete the google form sign-up. There is no cost for this event but if you like what you see, consider supporting GAC and LMP with a donation. ALL are welcome!

Sign up here.

A Christmas Carol by Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Online

A Christmas Carol by Eleanor Roosevelt High School, Online

Eleanor Roosevelt High School presents
A Christmas Carol
By Charles Dickens
Adapted by Steven L. Barker
Directed by the students, supervised by Julie Ann Hawk

Performances now online: Click here.

Location: Eleanor Roosevelt High School in Greenbelt.

2020 Shakespeare in the Parks presents A Christmas Carol: Radio Drama, Online

2020 Shakespeare in the Parks presents A Christmas Carol: Radio Drama, Online

The Maryland-National Capital Parks and Planning Commission, Arts and Cultural Heritage Division Presents the Prince George’s Summer Shakespeare Festival.

Shakespeare In the Parks 2020
A Christmas Carol: Radio Drama
based on the book by Charles Dickens

Shakespeare in the Parks Presents: A Christmas Carol: Radio Drama

Step back in time to Victorian London for a magical tale of ghosts, a change of heart, and the true meaning of the holidays in Charles Dicken’s – A Christmas Carol. This timeless classic has been adapted by Christopher Dwyer into an audio drama. Listen in and be charmed by a much-loved holiday story vividly brought to life. Our FREE, family-friendly presentation, filled with music, captures the joy and delight of the season. Narrated by Lilian Oben, this performance includes appearances by award-winning actors Edward Gero as Jacob Marley and Matt McGee as Scrooge. Join us on a thoughtful journey, with well-known characters, in what is sure to be a comforting and safe holiday tradition.

Appropriate for middle school ages and above.

Click here to listen to “A Christmas Carol: Radio Drama” on Spreaker.

ARISE: Theatre Capstone Performances at Bowie State University, Dec 14, Online

ARISE: Theatre Capstone Performances at Bowie State University, Dec 14, Online

Bowie State University presents:
ARISE: BSU Theatre Capstone Performances

December 14, 2020 at 6:00pm

Tune in to witness the latest in theatrical innovation.

ARISE is a celebration of capstone performances by seniors Nathanael Hatchett (Selenelion), Jasmine Matthews (Jazzie-Jazz’s Land of Oz), and Feyisayo Orisdapide (Dear Diary).

Fine and Performing Arts Center, Black Box Theatre, Bowie State University, Online.

Free online performance. Click here.

Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at Clarice Smith, Dec 11, Online

Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols at Clarice Smith, Dec 11, Online

Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols
UMD Treble Choir, UMD Men’s Chorus, UMD Chamber Singers, University Chorale, Femmes de Chanson and MännerMusik

Friday, December 1, 2018 . 8PM

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. Online

The stream of this pre-recorded performance will be available for you to watch from home.

Six virtual choral ensembles bring the joy of the holiday season to life with carols, hymns and spoken word that epitomize hope and goodwill. Program highlights include Francis Poulenc’s Quatre motets pour le temps de Noël and Zoltán Kodály’s Veni Emmanuel. Then sing along at home to archival recordings of the beloved David Willcocks carols.

Tickets: Free; Registration is recommended. Click here.