Shows & Events
In Solidarity with Black Lives Matter
Today CTC grieves with the black community. In recent weeks, the deaths of Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, George Floyd and Tony McDade have once again brought to light the systemic racism in our country and the ongoing, immediate necessity of the Black Lives Matter movement. These are not isolated incidents. CTC was founded on the principle of connecting with the sometimes painful truths of our world, and providing resources so our audience may take action. We stand with the Black Lives Matter movement, and hope to do our small part by sharing resources to further the cause. Please explore the links below:
Play(s) at Home
Above is our second virtual play festival, Play(s) At Home: A Green Theatre Festival, premiering May 1st at 7:30pm! This festival focuses on nature and the environment in relation to COVID-19. The plays were selected from submissions across the globe, then rehearsed, performed, and recorded remotely from the safety of the actors' homes.
For cast and crew information, a note from our producer, environmental resources, and resources for the COVID-19 crisis, check out our downloadable program here!
We are thrilled to present our first virtual play festival: Play(s) At Home, a series of short plays addressing the first few weeks of the COVID-19 pandemic. We had over 150 submissions from playwrights across the country in the span of seven days. Once the plays were chosen, we rehearsed, recorded, and edited the performance remotely in 48 hours.
For cast and crew information, a note from our director, and helpful resources during this crisis, check out our downloadable program here!