Single Carrot Theatre has a full menu of classes and workshops to offer at the theatre, but what do we do outside our walls? We’re proud to offer all kinds of education programs for children and adults all over Baltimore. Interested in bringing SCT to your school, office, or community center? Contact

Single Carrot in the Classroom

Single Carrot Theatre goes beyond the walls of its 50-seat black box theatre and into Baltimore City classrooms. We offer student group discounts combined with in-class visits and post-show discussions. We keep students engaged by bringing in an actor from our ensemble for the pre-show visit, allowing students to make a personal connection and to facilitate a deeper understanding of the play when they come to the theatre.

In-school Residencies

Single Carrot is available to work with elementary, middle and high school students to integrate theatre into the classroom. In addition to hands-on learning through acting, characterization of literary characters, and classroom community building, Single Carrot Theatre also offers professional development to teachers who would like to frequently use theatre as tool to engage and educate their students.

Workshops for High School and College Students

From creating a theatre company to scene work to audition techniques, Single Carrot Theatre will help college students prepare for the professional world of theatre and acting.

Previous Residencies and Workshop sites include:

Professional Development

Create an ensemble community-based environment for your employees. Single Carrot Theatre helps office personnel to build trust and openness through collaborative theatre exercises.

Previous Office Workshops include:

Guest Lectures

Single Carrot Theatre values the idea of continuing a relationship with any student group that sees a main season show with us. Before or after a student group attends a performance, Single Carrot can select a representative or representatives from either the show or the company to talk to students about the show. Single Carrot is also available to talk to students outside of the shows, about acting, design, directing, forming an ensemble, starting a business, or creating original work in general. Previous lectures have included classes focusing on theatre, history, English, foreign languages, law, and business.

Previous Lecture sites include: