Performance Workshop Theatre




Marc Horwitz, Producing/Artistic Director  


Performance Workshop Theatre is a non-profit professional theatre company producing award-winning entertainment, developing innovative educational programming and training actors since 1982. Performance Workshop Theatre produces exceptional, engaging work, premiering new plays on the forefront and cutting edge of world theatre, with a long- standing tradition of producing and adapting classical theatre, addressing and illuminating important events both historically and in the present that affect our lives and our world.


Throughout the year, Performance Workshop Theatre provides a creative environment where student actors are developed by professional resident artists through training and performance opportunities in company classes and productions. Our Theatre School offers a wide range of Theatre Workshops for beginners, Professional Master Classes and Individual Training for adult students; Playwriting and Performance Classes for teens and youth . Enrollment per class is limited to 10 participants due to the emphasis on individual coaching. For registration and information on our programs call: (410) 733.6015.


Our production and touring programs have been supported in part by The National Endowment for the Arts, The Maryland Humanities Council, The Maryland State Arts Council, Artists in Education program, The Baltimore Office of Promotion and The Arts, The Baltimore County Commission on Arts and Sciences, The Gordon and Marsha Becker Fund and The Cooper Family Fund of the Baltimore Community Foundation, The David and Barbara Hirschhorn Foundation, The Adalman–Goodwin Foundation, The Morton and Sophia Macht Foundation, The Aaron and Lillie Strauss Foundation, The Wolman Foundation, and Sylvan/Laureate Foundation Inc. We gratefully acknowledge the ongoing financial sponsorship of the foundations and individual contributors who have joined us in our commitment to professional excellence in creating these exciting performances.



Mailing Address: 2803 E. Strathmore Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21214 | (410) 733.6015 |