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Celebrate Rep Stage with an Evening of Theatre Performances – A REPartee – on May 18

Celebration to Honor Rep Stage’s Past and Present to Benefit the Future

Columbia, MD – Rep Stage, the regional professional theatre in residence at Howard Community College, will host a special evening of theatre with its REPartee on Saturday, May 18, from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. This celebration marks Rep Stage’s 26 years of producing quality theatre and providing educational opportunities.

The evening will start with an elegant cocktail party, with heavy hors d’oeuvres, beer, wine, and a signature cocktail, and end with some of the area’s top performers singing favorite songs from Rep Stage’s past musicals.

“REPartee combines elegance and fun into a must-attend event that benefits both the community and students,” said committee chair, Kevin Kelehan.

The celebration will be held at the outdoor Quad of Howard Community College, located at 10901 Little Patuxent Parkway, Columbia, Maryland. The rain location is the Grand Hall of the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center.

Tickets and sponsorships can be purchased at www.howardcc.edu/REPartee or by calling the Howard Community College Educational Foundation at 443-518-1970.

About Rep Stage

Rep Stage, the professional regional theatre in residence at Howard Community College, is celebrating its 26th season. Led by Producing Artistic Director Joseph W. Ritsch, Rep Stage produces engaging and evocative contemporary American classics and new works. Rep Stage is dedicated to collaborating with regional artists in its commitment to bringing richly diverse work to audiences. Recognized as a professional Washington, DC metropolitan area theatre company by Theatre Washington, Rep Stage has a proud history of Helen Hayes Award-winning productions and nominations. The theatre is a member of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance and Theatre Communications Group. Performances are made possible by Howard Arts Council, Maryland State Arts Council, Howard County and Maryland state governments, and generous individual donors.

Topics: Arts & Culture
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