Youth On-Stage offers scholarships in The Studio Theatre Acting Conservatory’s rigorous Young Actors Program to youth who have the interest and discipline to pursue performing arts training but lack the financial resources. Youth On-Stage is funded through the Arts Motivating Youth (A.M.Y.) program, created in 1991 to ensure accessibility to the performing arts for the entire community and to promote public awareness of the role of the arts in the quality of life and economic development. The Young Actors Program reserves one-half of its places for need-based scholarship students.
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 complement Studio’s season and mission to produce plays whose impact resonates beyond our stages.
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 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.
Studio Theatre opens its doors to not-for-profit community groups and arts organizations, allowing them to use our facility free of charge or for a discounted fee. These have included 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.
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