The Annapolis Arts Alliance is “an organization dedicated to all the arts. Whether you are a professional or amateur artist, a patron of the arts, a visitor or a resident in our capital city; the creative arts make our lives richer. Our goal is to provide one collective voice for anyone interested in or touched by arts.” The Annapolis Arts Alliance had its beginnings when Mayor Ellen Moyer extended an invitation to a diverse group of locals involved in the arts community. She cast her net wide into the artistic world, bringing together representatives from visual arts, dance, music, theatre, written word and the business community surrounding the arts. The Annapolis Arts Alliance provides a forum for members of our arts community to network, collaborate, polish creative skills, and showcase the rich artistic life of Greater Annapolis. The Alliance supports resource identification, information dissemination, arts education and event programs, and provides a collective voice for the Annapolis arts community.
Category Archives: Theatre
Childrenâ€™s Theater of Annapolis
Childrenâ€™s Theater of Annapolis stages two or more full productions annually with casts of 30 to 40 children on the Main Stage of the theater complex. Workshops, technical stage training, internships, and apprenticeships in the theatrical arts are just some of the continuing arts education held throughout the year. Approximately 7500 families in the greater Baltimore Washington Annapolis region are impacted by CTA annually. Founded in 1959, CTA is located at 1661 Bay Head Road in Bay Head Park, Annapolis.
In addition to arts education for 5 to 18 year olds, CTA provides a scholarship program. Graduating high school seniors who are members of CTA may participate in the Miriam Wolfe Scholarship, which was established in 1988 in memory of former CTA member Miriam Wolfe who was a victim of the bombing of flight 103 over Lockerby Scotland. The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage and recognize CTA high school seniors who will pursue an interest in the arts as a part of their continuing education in college.
Colonial Players offers a wide variety of dramatic productions in the heart of downtown Annapolis. Founded by a group of Annapolitans dedicated to bringing high quality theater to what was then a very small town on the Chesapeake Bay, the theater continues to thrive with a dedicated corps of volunteers … Continue reading →