I, Too, Am America


In the spirit of Langston Hughes, American poet and leader of the Harlem Renaissance, "I, Too, Am America" celebrates the contributions that Black people have made to American culture. It is a jazz-infused journey through historic moments of the African American experience including the Montgomery Bus Boycott, playwright Douglas Turner Ward’s Day of Absence, the musical dialogue of slaves through call-and-response, to Mahalia Jackson partnering with Martin Luther King Jr. in the Civil Rights Movement.

Virtual Acting Classes

MONDAYS ~ FEB 15, 22, MAR 1, 8 & 15, 2021

If you are new to the business of auditioning, need to brush up on your skills, or are exploring virtual auditioning, this is the series of classes for you!

EDI: How Art Speaks


Our Equity Diversity & Inclusion (EDI) series continues with monologues from selected scripts, artists and community exploring how EDI intersects with works of theatre. The conversation will investigate inside of works by, for, about and near the African-American community.

Young Performers Spring Break

MARCH 15-19, 2021
6-11 Years Old - 9AM-12PM / 12-17 Years Old- 1PM-4PM

The Ensemble Theatre's Young Performers Program is excited to announce our Spring Break 2021 virtual classes in thretre, music and dance. . Cost: $200

READY TO RE-OPEN! "Brilliant and Resilient!" 2020-2021 Season

Coming Soon! We are preparing to launch our 2020-2021 season this November. Other programming includes our Celebrating the Creative Journey Community Engagement Series full of digital and live events. Your safety is important to us and we are taking every measure to keep us all close in heart while we social distance.

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