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Tonnia Boykis, Crystal Freeman, Sequina DuBose and Alana Linsey in ArtsCentric’s production of the musical “Dreamgirls” in the summer of 2016 at the Motorhouse, which the theatre company has call home since 2012. ArtsCentric kicked off its Capital Campaign, “When I think of Home,” seeking to raise $250,000 to support their move into their own theater.

Tonnia Boykis, Crystal Freeman, Sequina DuBose and Alana Linsey in ArtsCentric’s production of the musical “Dreamgirls” in the summer of 2016 at the Motorhouse, which the theatre company has call home since 2012. ArtsCentric kicked off its Capital Campaign, “When I think of Home,” seeking to raise $250,000 to support their move into their own theater.

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ArtsCentric Kicks Off Capital Campaign For New Home

Since 2012, ArtsCentric has called the small Motor House Theater at 120 W. North Avenue in Baltimore it’s home. Now, as the productions continue to dazzle, ArtsCentric is looking for a new home.