youth on-stage


While the Studio Theatre Conservatory trains students of all ages, the Young Actors Ensemble provides an opportunity for young people ages 12 to 17 to learn effective communication, leadership, and acting skills. Offering Saturday classes during the fall and spring semesters and dedicated daily programming in the summer, the Young Actors Ensemble augments in-school art training and provides experiences for students outside of typical school hours. The Youth On-Stage scholarship program reserves 50% of student slots in the Ensemble for scholarship students, removing the barrier of cost and bringing together talented young people from across the city.  
 

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Community Partnerships


Studio Theatre produces plays that start conversations. In an effort to expand the reach of these conversations, Studio partners with organizations whose mission and interests align with Studio’s own efforts to foster a more connected community in Washington, DC. As of the 2018-2019 season, Studio’s core community partners include Duke Ellington School for the Arts, Howard University, Metropolitan African Methodist Episcopal Church, N Street Village, Us Helping Us/DENIM, and Whitman-Walker Health. 

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ticket donation


In addition to our reduced-price tickets, Studio Theatre opens our doors to students and audiences across the region by donating tickets to hundreds of schools, community organizations and their constituents, and theatres. In the past season, we’ve donated on behalf of the Zimbabwe Education Fund, Emerging Arts Leaders Symposium, Greater Washington Urban League, Food and Friends, The American Heart Association, and hundreds more.

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Subsidized Space use


Studio Theatre opens our doors to not-for-profit community groups and arts organizations, providing free or deeply discounted space for these organizations to use. Studio has offered subsidized space use to the University of Maryland , Theater J, SAG-AFTRA, Fourth Wall Gone, the District Department of Transportation, Americans for the Arts, neighborhood associations, and agencies serving common community needs. More information on non-profit rates available here.

Contact Us


Studio Theatre

1501 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

Box Office

Phone: 202.332.3300
Fax: 202.332.1187

Administrative

Phone: 202.232.7267
Fax: 202.588.5262
Email: info@studiotheatre.org

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Studio Theatre

Development Department
1501 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20005

For Development inquiries, please call
202.232.7267 or email
devo@studiotheatre.org