College of Southern Maryland
Fine Arts Center Box Office
8730 Mitchell Rd
PO Box 910
La Plata, MD 20646-0910
240-725-5499, ext. 7828
443-550-6199, ext. 7828
301-870-2309, ext. 7828
Box Office Hours:
Monday & Friday: hours vary
Tuesday: 2 - 6 p.m.
Wednesday & Thursday:
12 - 5 p.m.
and one (1) hour prior to each performance
Hours vary during summer months
Checks payable to CSM
CSM's campuses are accessible to patrons with disabilities. Audio description for the visually impaired and sign language interpretation for the hearing impaired are available with a minimum two week advanced notice. If you are interested in these services, please contact the academic support or ADA coordinator at 301-934-7614.
|A number of productions will be offered as weekday matinee
performances during the 2014-2015 school year to provide cultural field
trip opportunities to local schools, home schools, camps, and senior
Please click here for a downloadable flier of these opportunities.
Thank you for your interest in Field Trip Opportunities in the ARTS at CSM!
Download flier of events by clicking on the photo.
For information on Elementary and Middle School appropriate shows, click here.
April 24 at 10:30 a.m.
The Duke of Athens is getting married. On that day, he has charged the beautiful Hermia to choose her fate: either obey her father and marry her suitor Demetrius or join a convent. Hermia chooses instead to flee into the woods with her lover, Lysander. They are pursued by Demetrius, who is pursued by Helena, who is deeply in love with him. They stumble into a quarrel between Oberon, King of Fairies, and his queen, Titania. The fairies use their powers to attempt to fix the plight of the four lovers but only end up causing more chaos and confusion. At the same time, an acting troupe enter the woods to rehearse the play they will perform for the duke's wedding. Bottom, the weaver, falls victim to Oberon's attempt to win over his queen. The fairies make things right in the end and they all live happily ever after. Believed to have been written between 1590 and 1596, A Midsummer Night's Dream is one of Shakespeare's most popular comedies. Appropriate for High School audiences.
The Cause Theatre program produces challenging and timely theatre pieces that address social and health issues. This program provides a unique forum in which audience members are encouraged to consider how subtle and not-so-subtle attitudes and behaviors affect experiences and actions.
For more information about this season's Cause Theatre offerings, visit our Cause Theatre/Social Issues page.
Click here for a downloadable flier regarding this season's offerings.