FAQ’s ABOUT SINGLE CARROT’S NEW HOME

2600 N. Howard Street. Photo by Christy Zuccarini.

2600 N. Howard Street. Photo by Christy Zuccarini.

WHERE DID YOU GO?

2600 N. Howard Street, to share a beautiful space with beautiful people. We’ve taken up residence with Spike Gjerde’s Parts and Labor restaurant and Young Audiences/Arts for Learning.

WHEN DID YOU MOVE?

We moved on January 5, 2014. We’re so grateful to all the fabulous volunteers who helped us relocate from 1727 N. Charles Street to 2600 N. Howard Street.

WHY DID YOU MOVE?

Because a permanent home gives us the security we need to best serve the community and artists.  This new space provides expanded opportunities for innovative production design and quality education programs.

WHY REMINGTON?

SCT was already on the lookout for a permanent home when Seawall Development Company approached the theatre with a vision for Remington. Seawall wanted to transform a tire shop on N. Howard Street into an eating and entertainment destination for the community, and they thought SCT was just the right fit. We couldn’t agree more!

Managing Director Elliott Rauh takes in that new space smell.

Managing Director Elliott Rauh takes in that new space smell.

WHAT’s THE SPACE LIKE? 

Here are some specs:

  • 1,500 square foot, fully convertible, black box theatre
  • Seating for 99
  • 500 square foot classroom/rehearsal hall with high ceilings, a sprung floor, and a massive sliding door that transforms the room into…
  • …a 1,200 square foot gathering space
  • Mezzanine administrative offices
  • Sparkling multi-stall restrooms
  • Greenroom
  • Shop with loading dock
  • Dressing rooms

BUT I LIKE 1727 N. CHARLES STREET!

So do we! The move to 2600 N. Howard Street was in the works beginning in 2011, a year before we moved to 1727 N. Charles Street. And though we loved the former Everyman Theatre space, it couldn’t accommodate our productions and the expansion of our education programs. Education is a keystone in the SCT mission, and we need a designated space for it.

WHERE WILL I PARK?

There is a free parking lot adjacent to our new home (on 26th Street, west of the theatre), and ample street parking.

 WHY DID YOU MOVE SO FAR FROM JOE SQUARED?

See answer to question 3. And it’s 7 blocks – we could all use some exercise, especially after all that risotto.

ARE TICKET PRICES GOING UP?

Hell no.

HOW CAN I HELP?

We’re in the midst of “Not Your Mother’s Capital Campaign.”  Naming gift opportunities are available here.

Here are some other ways to contribute:

Donate by Phone

Call 443.844.9253 anytime.  If we don’t answer, we’re probably onstage, so leave a message for Batya with your name, number, and the best time for us to call you back.

Donate by Mail

Checks payable to Single Carrot Theatre, with “Capital Campaign” in the memo line, can be sent to:

Single Carrot Theatre
Attn: Batya Feldman
2600 N. Howard Street, Suite 1200
Baltimore, MD 21218

In-Kind Gifts

We have a very long wish list. Happy reading!

Volunteer

Light on cash but long on time? We love volunteers, so shoot us an email at info@singlecarrot.com.