MAPmarketing

“Why No Rhino?” New MAPS Play Starts Friday

The first-time playwrights of The Manton Avenue Project’s playmaking program have been very busy learning the basics of play-writing and also about endangered species, extinction, habitat destruction and missing links in the food chain.  Join MAP’s youngest playwrights as they show off their new skills and knowledge in “Why No Rhino? — the endangered species […]

“Why No Rhino?” New MAPS Play Starts Friday Read More »

New MLK Production By The MAP Kids — Four Performances

The young playwrights of our TAG TEAM program have been learning about the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and the history of the Civil Rights movement in America. To celebrate Dr. King’s dream the kids have decided to create a play about how a dream for social change can inspire positive actions to

New MLK Production By The MAP Kids — Four Performances Read More »

Well I Never Saw That Coming From MAP

From the Manton Avenue Project, Seven brand new creations from our Play-It-Again program, written by awesome kid playwrights during a playwrighting weekend in early November. Tickets are free but reservations are encouraged. Performances: 7pm, Friday, November 18 3pm and 7pm, Saturday, November 19 3pm, Sunday, November 20 November 18 through 20, Media and Arts Center

Well I Never Saw That Coming From MAP Read More »

THE MANTON AVENUE PROJECT presents: REDUCE! REUSE! RECYCLE! the environmentally-REsponsible plays

Brand new creations from our Playmaking program, written by an amazing group of first-time-playwright MAP Kids, acted, directed and designed by super-talented adult theater artists. Three performances only: Friday, March 25 @ 7pm Saturday, March 26 @ 7pm Sunday, March 27 @ 3pm At the Media and Arts Center at Met Public 325 Public Street

THE MANTON AVENUE PROJECT presents: REDUCE! REUSE! RECYCLE! the environmentally-REsponsible plays Read More »

The MAP Kids Present “It Sounds So Crazy It Just Might Work”

Ten colossal cameo-character-infused plays written by amazing kids — 4th graders all! — acted and directed by the fabulously talented adults of the Manton Avenue Project. Four performances: Friday, November 19th at 7pm Saturday, November 20th at 3pm and 7pm Sunday, November 21st at 3pm Tickets are free but reservations are encouraged. Call 401.331.7007. ISSCIJMW,

The MAP Kids Present “It Sounds So Crazy It Just Might Work” Read More »

The Manton Avenue Project Presents ‘Where The Heart Is’

Brand new creations from our Wild Card! program, written by brilliant MAP Kids, acted and directed by a cavalcade of terrifically-talented adults. Four performances only: Friday, September 24th at 7pm Saturday, September 25th at 3pm and 7pm Sunday, September 26th at 3pm Tickets are free but reservations are encouraged. Call 331.7007. For more details, go

The Manton Avenue Project Presents ‘Where The Heart Is’ Read More »

Elementary My Dear Walrus — A Mystery Play

The Manton Avenue Project presents: “Elementary, My Dear Walrus! — A Mystery Play”, a full-length play written collaboratively by amazing MAP kids, and acted and directed by a team of talented adult theater artists. Tickets are free but reservations are encouraged. Friday, January 29th at 7pm; Saturday, January 30th at 3pm & 7pm; Sunday, January

Elementary My Dear Walrus — A Mystery Play Read More »

New MAP Play — Reserve Your Seat

The Manton Avenue Project presents ‘I Must Be Dreaming — Plays That Are Asleep’.  Fabulous new cameo-character-infused plays, written by amazing MAP Kids and acted and directed by a cavalcade of terrifically-talented adult theater artists. Tickets are free but reservations are encouraged. Friday, November 20th at 7pm/Saturday, November 21st at 3pm & 7pm/Sunday, November 22nd

New MAP Play — Reserve Your Seat Read More »

The Manton Avenue Project Presents “This Is Where I Come From, the family tree plays”

The Manton Avenue Project’s next performance, “THIS IS WHERE I COME FROM, the family tree plays” during the weekend of September 25th at The Media and Performing Arts Center at Met Public, 325 Public Street (Liberty Building), in Providence. Performances are Friday evening at 7:00 PM, Saturday at 3:00 PM and 7:00 PM, and Sunday

The Manton Avenue Project Presents “This Is Where I Come From, the family tree plays” Read More »

Providence Daily Dose