Programming

Motor House’s programming schedule includes gallery shows, performances, and events. Find out more information by clicking on the links below.

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AMP Camp: Arts Mentorship Program

Jun 20 — July 1

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AMP Camp: Arts Mentorship Program

Jun 20 — July 1

Directors CJay Philip and Rosiland Cauthen are excited to introduce A.M.P. Camp, an Arts Mentorship Program (AMP) teaching onstage and offstage production skills. A.M.P. will introduce young people to the various roles creative collaborators play in theater: Acting, dance, lighting, sound, and stage management. Team Work, Patience, Gratitude, and Mutual Respect are core values at the center of A.M.P.’s summer curriculum. The instructors are highly professional award winning arts educators who use the arts to build community and confidence in young people that will last far beyond their summer.

June 20th – July 1st, 9am-4pm
3rd-8th grade

Tuition for the two week AMP Camp is $500. Reserve your spot with a $100 deposit.

BmoreArt Panel with ARTS.BLACK Editors

Sat, Jun 24
5.00pm

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BmoreArt Panel with ARTS.BLACK Editors

Sat, Jun 24
5.00pm

ARTS.BLACK is a journal of art criticism from Black perspectives predicated on the belief that art criticism should be an accessible dialogue – a tool through which we question, celebrate, and talk back to the global world of contemporary art. The journal is edited by Taylor Renee and Jessica Lynne.

Join BmoreArt for a lively discussion with Arts.Black founding editors Jessica Lynne and Taylor Renee Aldridge at The Motor House on Saturday, June 24.

Doors open at 5 pm for a 5:30 lecture followed by Q&A.

Tickets are free but limited so please reserve yours here.

The Stick Up Presents: Strike One

Sat, Jun 24
8.00pm

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The Stick Up Presents: Strike One

Sat, Jun 24
8.00pm

Get ready for Strike One. The Stick Up Presents: Strike One will be the first event of many. Featuring your favorite local artists such as Chris Cassius, Soduh, Icce, and more! See them perform and grab some Nacho Bangers, DAFT! & Premier Club as the night goes on. With special guests Ricky_Roshay & Who_kiras, it’ll be a night you dont wanna miss!

* Tickets will be sold at the door for $10 *

Fresh Out The Jungle Tour

Thu, Jun 29
8.00pm

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Fresh Out The Jungle Tour

Thu, Jun 29
8.00pm

Mir Fontane and Tate Kobang’s “Fresh Out The Jungle” Tour hits Baltimore, MD on Thursday, June 29th at The Motor House!

8pm, ALL AGES

For more information, visit www.mirfontane.com

Broadway Live w/CJay (Act I)

Tue, Jul 11
6.00pm

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Broadway Live w/CJay (Act I)

Tue, Jul 11
6.00pm

Baltimore has a NEW monthly meet up for Broadway Lovers! Broadway Live is Baltimore’s new night out for Broadway Lovers, Geeks, and Hopefuls where anything goes. With Broadway trivia, sing-alongs, and an open mic, there’s something that all musical theater fans can enjoy.

Two shows in one night and open mics for all ages.

Act I 6:00PM-7:30PM (Ages 7 to 17 yrs)

Advance Tickets $6

At Door $8

Broadway Live w/CJay (Act II)

Tue, Jul 11
7.30pm

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Broadway Live w/CJay (Act II)

Tue, Jul 11
7.30pm

Baltimore has a NEW monthly meet up for Broadway Lovers! Broadway Live is Baltimore’s new night out for Broadway Lovers, Geeks, and Hopefuls where anything goes. With Broadway trivia, sing-alongs, and an open mic, there’s something that all musical theater fans can enjoy.

Two shows in one night and open mics for all ages.

Act II 7:30PM-9:30PM (Ages 18 yrs and older)

Advance Tickets $10

At Door $15

MH Warm Up Festival: WOMEN

Sun, Jul 16
7.00pm

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MH Warm Up Festival: WOMEN

Sun, Jul 16
7.00pm

“WOMEN”, choreographed by Nicole Bindler in collaboration with three dancers from the Bethlehem, Palestine-based Diyar Dance Theater, is a hybrid dabke/contemporary dance that explores the parallels between the conquest of Palestinian land and Palestinian women’s bodies. WOMEN is presented as part of the second annual Warm Up Dance Festival. The dancers create a map of Palestine with stones on the stage and on the geography of their bodies. They perform quotidian tasks, such as braiding hair to the sounds of war outside their window. They dance to the music and the sounds of the streets in their hometown, Bethlehem. This piece is an ode to the women of Palestine told by three women who grieve the loss of their land and the sea they cannot visit. This piece is also a celebration of their vitality, resiliency, and intelligence that resides not just in their minds, but in their skin, muscles and bones. You can learn more about the performance here: http://www.nicolebindler.com/women