At the end of 2018, Theresa Donnelly and Lauren Lowell met with Gail Lee from The Children’s Home to present this wonderful local organization with a check for $560. These funds were raised from ticket sales this past summer, and they will be used to benefit the Arts programs at The Children’s Home.
A big thank you to all of our audience members and STAR families that helped us make this contribution!
STAR is having a Parents’ Night Out!
Come meet the STAR Board and Directors—find out more about who we are and our passion for the Arts! This is your chance to gain insight on our wonderful non-profit youth theatre organization and help us grow!
When: Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Where: Matthew’s 1600 (Frederick Rd. in Catonsville)
Light hors d’oeuvres will be served.
For more information, contact Susan LaCount.
We hope to see you there!
After the Huge Success of last year’s trip,
STAR Does BROADWAY has returned for 2019!
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Announcing the first STAR Audition Workshop!
Are you worried about upcoming Musical Theatre auditions? Are you preparing to audition for a school theatre or drama program? This one-day workshop will give you the tools you need to feel comfortable in the audition process.
Introducing “Who Are You?”, a self-discovery workshop exclusively for teens.
How do you show up in the world? How do you want to show up in the world?
So much of our anxiety comes from not being sure why we’re here. What is the purpose of our lives, and what should we do when we grow up? But it actually comes down to a very simple concept – you’re here to do what you’re good at, with what you care about.
Sometimes it’s hard to know or believe in what we’re good at. Sometimes we haven’t developed or found our talents and we take our beliefs for granted. I am hosting the “Who Are You?” workshop to give teens the opportunity to unlock, celebrate and build their bridge to happiness and meaning.
“Who Are You?”
Hosted by Leahanne Thomas
Sunday, December 3rd, 1-4pm.
Oella Fitness, Frederick Road
Register at email@example.com
Registration fee: free – with recommended donation to STAR
Limit 8 enrollees per session, grades 10-12
More sessions may be added to accommodate demand.
Click here to buy tickets online!
How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying performances will be held on July 28-30 and August 4-6, at the Thomas Rice auditorium on Spring Grove campus.
Friday and Saturday performances will be at 7:30 P.M., but Sunday performances (July 30 and August 6) are matinee performances at 2 P.M. Tickets are $16 General Admission and may be purchased at the door or online at seatyourself.biz.
If you have any questions, please contact us at:
(410) 914-STAR or (410) 914-7827
Get your holiday shopping done while supporting your favorite Non-Profit Theater Group! Head over to Amazon Smile and select Supporting The Arts in Relay (STAR) as your charity. Every time you make a purchase, Amazon donates to STAR, helping us bring Theater opportunities and education to more kids and teens in the area.
What better way to spread holiday cheer?
TheatreBloom.com has a review of Drowsy Chaperone, and they give it five stars!
Isn’t it delightful when a musical does what it ought to do? When it takes you away and gives you a few tunes to carry with you when you go? A feel good, honest fun, good comedic romp with some catchy numbers that lets you disappear for a while into the decadent world of the 1920’s, why that could only be The Drowsy Chaperone now appearing on stage in the Rice Auditorium with STAR Ltd! Directed by Michael Juba, with Musical Direction by Scott AuCoin, this madcap musical is filled with mix-ups, mayhem, and marvelous talent soaring with spirit and overflowing with heart; a must-see during its four performances!
Tickets will be available for purchase before each show at Rice Auditorium on Spring Grove Campus, July 28-30 at 8PM and July 31 at 2PM. They can also be purchased now online. Tickets are $16 for adults and $13 for students.