The Devil You Don’t
“A one hour sleight of hand magic show detailing how, as a minority, I got into the craft.”
with Christopher DePamphilis
October 6 – October 21, 2023
Fridays and Saturdays at 8pm; Sundays October 8 & 15 at 2pm.
$24 – General Admission
$22 – Senior/Military*
$12 – Child/Student*
* ALL DISCOUNTS require an ID. Senior (60+); Student (under 23), Child (under 13 with adult)
Auditions for Merrily We Roll Along October 8-10 (callbacks Oct. 11)
Auditions for Merrily We Roll Along – music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim/book by George Furth and directed by Roy Hammond – will be held on these dates at Greenbelt Arts Center:
Sunday, October 8 at 7 pm
Monday, October 9 at 7 pm
Tuesday, October 10 at 7 pm
Callbacks, if necessary, Wednesday October 11 at 7 pm
***IMPORTANT*** Please check our Auditions page for details on auditions, the production, and character descriptions.
Greenbelt Arts Center General Membership Meeting
The Annual Greenbelt Arts Center General Membership Meeting will be held October 15, 2023 at 5:30PM at GAC.
On the Agenda are:
- Financial Statement
- President’s Message
- Election of the following Officers:
- Programs Vice President
- 2 At-Large Board members
- Nominations from the floor will be accepted provided they are seconded.
Volunteer cashiers and ushers needed for The Greenbelt Arts Center during weekend performances. Cashiers sell tickets in the box office and must be confident with money. Ushers welcome patrons and monitor the lobby until after intermission. Both work a 2 hour shift 1-2 days a month and must be confident in dealing with people. Schedules are very flexible. These are fun jobs and earn you a free pass for each show you work. Please fill out the Contact Form found here, and our Box Office Manager will reach out to you.
Call for Proposals – 2023-24 Season
Our theme for this season is “Welcome Home” – our focus is on our return to a full in-person season, and putting the “community” back in community theatre.
As such, we are seeking proposals for productions that fit this theme, especially in telling stories that are not heard as often – stories focused on women, queer stories, immigrant stories… stories that show the experiences of everyone in our community.
Interested in submitting a proposal, or becoming a part of the season selection process? Please see full information here.
As Greenbelt Arts Center has reopened in-person programming once again, we are continuing to require all audience members to wear a mask over nose and mouth during their entire time in the facility.
Click here to read our full current COVID-19 Policy.