New England Regional Theater Company seeks to foster the development of our students throughout their entire education. Our teaching community is made up of a group of talented and creative professionals, who are passionate about creating the best Community Theater in the Mid-Coast Area. New England Regional Theater Company offers the tools and support necessary for our students to reach their full potential.
The Oratorio Chorale is an independent organization of singers, which promotes the choral arts in mid-coast Maine. Its members seek personal musical growth and the joy of making music together. Under professional direction, they are committed to presenting public performances of the highest quality through diligent preparation and the best available musical resources.
Summers of study, collaboration and performance The Festival brings renowned artist instructors, performers and gifted pre-professional classical musicians from around the world to beautiful Bowdoin College for six weeks of intensive chamber music study, collaboration, and performance.
Band Camp is an annual music and art festival presented by Gruvenwood, featuring bands from many genres, artists, camping and good times. 2017 marks our 8th year! We're excited about this year's location, Thomas Point Beach, and additional days of music, art and camping. This is a family friendly event. Kids 12 and under are free and we will have a kids activity area. 2 nights camping and 3 days at beautiful Thomas Point Beach are included with ticket price.
MSMT is the premier professional music theatre in the State of Maine. Now in our 58th year, MSMT has a national reputation among theatre professionals as THE resident stock theatre company to work in during the summer. MSMT is the second largest performing arts organization in the state, playing to audiences totaling over 58,000 through the course of a three-month summer season. We have 96 performances in a 4-show main stage season.
The Theater Project was founded in 1971 as a non-profit community-based theater in Brunswick, Maine. For over 40 years we have provided innovative, entertaining performances, designed programming for members of our community with special needs, and taught theater to thousands of children from Maine to the Middle East and beyond. The Theater Project is committed to offering the community stimulating performances that encourage audiences and participants to think and feel; to laugh and cry. We are equally committed to an educational program that enables participants to take risks, to discover their creative spirit while problem solving and working together, and to take responsibility for what they accomplish.