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Baltimore Theatre Project

Summary
The Baltimore Theatre Project is a performing arts center located at 45 West Preston Street in Baltimore, Maryland. Early years The Baltimore Theatre Project was founded in 1971 by Philip Arnoult as an appendage to Antioch University. Such diverse theatre companies as Pilobolus Dance Theater, Urban Bush Women, Bread and Puppet Theatre, Studio Scarabee, the IOWA Theatre Lab, and Spider Woman Theatre were invited to perform throughout the 1970s. Arnoult also established community outreach programs such as the Baltimore Neighborhood Arts Circus and Baltimore Voices. Theatre Project was a co-producer of The New Theatre (TNT) Festivals at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and downtown Baltimore (1976–1979). Early in the 1980s, the theatre's association with Antioch ended, thus making it impossible to continue offering free performances to the public. 1983 to Present In 1983, the Baltimore Theatre Project began an extensive renovation of its mainstage space
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