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Our mission, in addition to presenting Broadway in Baltimore at the Hippodrome Theatre, is to maximize community access to the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center through free outreach and education programs.

We work to provide programs that provide opportunities for students of all ages that make a difference in their lives – whether as a Camp Hippodrome camper, as a Young Critic reviewing shows, a student attending a free matinee or as a dancer participating in a master class. Learn more

 

SAVE THE DATE: Saturday, November 8, 3pm to 4pm

 

Everything You Need to Know to

Apply to Baltimore Magnet/Art High Schools

 

Where: Hippodrome Theatre, M & T Bank Pavilion – Fayette Street entrance.

 

Registration required.  Limited seating available, first-come first served.  

Please click link to register:  http://hippodromefoundation.eventbrite.com

 

 

The Hippodrome Foundation, Inc. (HFI), the non-profit partner of the Hippodrome Theatre, invites 7th & 8th grade Maryland students and their parents to attend a free panel discussion: Applying to Baltimore Magnet/Art High Schools – the process, audition tips and important things you need to know. Panelists will include representatives from Baltimore County’s Board of Education’s Office of Magnet Programs, Carver Center for Arts & Technology, Patapsco High School and Center for the Arts, and Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA).  In addition, former BSA graduate and acclaimed Broadway dancer Willia Noel Montague will be on hand to offer her advice to the aspiring young artists.

 

HFI provides free arts and education programs like this panel discussion for more than 5000 people per year.  The foundation’s mission is to increase access to the Hippodrome Theatre and all of tis assets through free outreach programs like Camp Hippodrome master classes and more.