Interrobang has been in deep sleep mode since March 2020. Most recently, we co-produced a workshop performance of The Lights Went Out Because of a Problem with The ACME Corporation in November 2022. We're currently working on pre-production for a show to be announced later in 2023.
We want it to be new. We want it to be relevant. We want it to be potent. We want it to challenge the theatre community and ourselves to be more creative than we were yesterday through the production and development of new plays written, designed, and performed by Baltimore artists. We are Interrobang.
We are committed to...
...Fostering a core group of theatre artists who are proud to base their career in Baltimore.
...Creating high quality productions.
...Providing a rich, meaningful experience for all artists involved in a safe, professional environment.
...Providing access to all with affordable ticket prices and pay-what-you-can opportunities.
...A development process that is collaborative and grants all artists ownership over the project.
An interrobang (‽) is a punctuation mark designed to combine the question mark (?) and the exclamation point (!), indicating a mixture of query and interjection, as after a rhetorical question.​​​​​​​
Pictured from left: Interrobang Theatre company members David Brasington (Producer/Co-Founder), Katie Hileman (Artistic Director/Co-Founder), Brady Whealton (Producer/Co-Founder), Kiirstn Pagan (Producer/Co-Founder), and Sean McComas (Producer). Photo by Kiirstn Pagan.
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