• male and female performers embrace in madame butterfly
  • Two CCBC student actors on stage in a production
  • CCBC students in the roles of Stella and Brick from Cat on a Hot Tin Roof
  • three actors sprawled across a map of Europe with comedic expressions

Academic Theatres at CCBC

Want to be in one of our productions? Interested in studying theatre? Join us!

The Theatre program at CCBC, part of the Department of Performing Arts and Humanities, produces student theatre productions on the Essex and Catonsville campuses.

Accredited by the National Association of Schools of Theatre at the Essex campus, CCBC offers both the A.A. and the A.F.A. in two tracks: Acting and Technical Theatre & Design.


Upcoming performances

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John Proctor is the Villain

Thursday, March 14 - Saturday, March 16 | Catonsville campus

Center for the Arts (ARTS) | Theatre

CCBC Catonsville Academic Theatre presents: John Proctor is the Villain

By Kimberly Belflower

At a rural high school in Georgia, a...

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John Proctor is the Villain

Sunday, March 17 - Monday, March 18 | Catonsville campus

Center for the Arts (ARTS) | Theatre

CCBC Catonsville Academic Theatre presents: John Proctor is the Villain

By Kimberly Belflower

At a rural high school in Georgia, a...

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Short Comedy Festival

Thursday, April 18 - Tuesday, April 23 | Essex Campus

Arts and Humanities Hall (AHUM) | Studio Theatre

CCBC Essex Academic Theatre presents a Short Comedy Festival

Directed by Brandon Rashad Butts

CCBC presents a festival of ORIGINAL...

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50th Anniversary Dance Concert

Thursday, May 2 - Saturday, May 4 | Catonsville Campus

Center for the Arts (ARTS) | Theatre

CCBC Dance Company | Dimensional Dance Media presents 50th Anniversary Dance Concert

Join us as the CCBC Dance Company celebrates...

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To receive a ticket through Playwrights Welcome at our theater, please call the Box Office at 443.840.2787.

Playwrights must present their Dramatists Guild membership card when picking up a ticket.