Sporting Lives, Chautauqua at CCBC Catonsville

It’s free!, It’s fun! and it’s accessible! It’s the three evenings of Chautauqua at CCBC Catonsville July 10-12!

CCBC School of Liberal Arts and the Maryland Humanities Council are again partnering to bring Chautauqua to the stage in the Center for the Arts Theatre at CCBC Catonsville, 800 S. Rolling Road. Join us for three evenings of free entertainment featuring portrayals of sports superstars -- Olympian Wilma Rudolph (July 10); Baseball legend and Baltimore’s own Babe Ruth (July 11) and Native American multi-athlete Jim Thorpe (July 12)!

Join us at CCBC Catonsville’s Center for the Arts Theatre, 800 S. Rolling Road at 7 p.m., Friday, July 10, Saturday, July 11 and Sunday, July 12. The Chautauqua program includes introductions, music of the period and presentations by a scholar/actor of a featured historical character. The Scholar-actor comes to the stage in character and addresses the audience and then the audience can ask the historical character questions. Then, the scholar/actor steps out of character and takes questions about how he/she prepared to the performance.

Come one evening, two evenings or all three and enjoy an American theatrical experience that dates back to the 1800s.

No tickets or reservations needed. But please call 443.480.4668 if you require accommodations to attend.