Welcome to Silhouette Stages!
Howard County's premiere community theater


 

We promote a welcoming and creative environment for a broad range of talent and experience to come together in a shared love of high-quality theater. Silhouette Stages touches an ever-expanding community of actors, musicians, production and technical crew, and creative staff in its mission to bring local audiences the joys of the live theater experience at an affordable price.

 

 

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General Admission: $22

Seniors 65+ / Students / Military / HCPSS Teachers:  $18

Season Tickets:  25% off

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Recent News

 

October 13, 2019

"Silhouette Stages’ productions are top-notch, and “She Loves Me” is no exception.  The talented cast with their amazing voices, slick choreography and some brisk pacing of the musical numbers would be the envy of many professional groups."

- MD Theatre Guide

 

 

 

July 14, 2019

"Anything Goes" Wins Ruby Griffith Award for
Outstanding Achievement in a Musical

 

Columbia, MD - The British Players hosted its annual Ruby Griffith Award ceremony to honor outstanding achievement in community theater in and around Washington, D.C.  Silhouette Stages' March 2019 production of Anything Goes, directed by Conni Ross, won the award for Outstanding Achievement in a Musical.  This is the third Silhouette Stages production to win a Ruby Griffith Award (Next To Normal in 2016 and Young Frankenstein in 2017).

 

Anything Goes was an enormous undertaking for an all-volunteer community theater like Silhouette Stages.  With Choreography by Tina DeSimone, Musical Direction by Billy Georg, and Stage Management by Donna Hawkes, this talented cast, crew, and design team put together a highly entertaining musical.  Anything Goes was included in MD Theatre Guide's Top 5 Shows of the Week, in which they commented "Silhouette Stages’ production of ‘Anything Goes’ offers a quality production of a classic show, with compelling performances, excellent voices, and fine staging.

 

About the Award:  Early in 1964, Ruby Griffith became a founding member of the British Players (formerly known as The British Embassy Players) and became the group's Artistic Director. She produced and/or directed seven of the British Players' first fourteen productions. In honour of her contributions, the British Players instituted an annual award competition for All-Round Production Excellence. In 1991, two new achievement awards were added; Outstanding Achievement in a Musical and Outstanding Achievement in a Non-Musical. More information:  http://www.rubygriffith.org/

Upcoming Events

 

Voted Best Community Theater in Greater Baltimore!

 

 

Recent Honors and Recognitions:

 

2019: Cabaret
MD Theatre Guide - Top 5 Shows of the Week

 

2019: Anything Goes
Ruby Griffith Award - Outstanding Achievement in a Musical
MD Theatre Guide - Top 5 Shows of the Week

 

2018: The Addams Family
Two WATCH Nominations
MD Theatre Guide - Top 5 Shows of the Week

 

2018: Big Fish
Five WATCH Nominations

 

2016: Young Frankenstein
MD Theatre Guide - Top Ten Shows of 2016
DC Metro Theater Arts - Best Musical in a Community Theater
Ruby Griffith Award - Outstanding Achievement in a Musical, Runner-Up
MD Theatre Guide - Top 5 Shows of the Week

 

2016:  Next To Normal
Ruby Griffith Award - Outstanding Achievement in a Musical
DC Metro Theater Arts - Best Musical in a Community Theater
MD Theatre Guide - Top 5 Shows of the Week

 

2015:  Spamalot
MD Theatre Guide - Top Ten Shows of 2015
DC Metro Theater Arts - Best Musical in a Community Theater
MD Theatre Guide - Top 5 Shows of the Week

 

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All performances are held at Slayton House, 10400 Cross Fox Lane, Columbia, MD 21044.

 

 

Silhouette Stages, Inc. is funded in part by the Community Arts Development Grant Program through the Howard County Arts Council,
the Howard County Government, and the Maryland State Arts Council.