Iron Crow Theatre Reports Record Breaking Second Quarter. 

Strong attendance during the critically acclaimed 4.48 Psychosis and the receipt of the theatre's largest charitable gift in history drives record revenue growth with educational partnerships driving audience growth as well as a 400% increase in the company's volunteer base  - setting new second quarter records.


BALTIMORE, Maryland - January 2, 2015 - Iron Crow Theatre today announced quarterly results for its fiscal 2014 second quarter ending December 31, 2014. The Company saw strong attendance for the first production of the season, Sarah Kane's 4.48 Psychosis receiving critical acclaim from major publications and local media including, The Baltimore Sun and City Paper.

In this short time, Iron Crow Theatre has also restructured, rebranded and reenforced - defining more clearly existing roles and creating new ones, all while continuing to develop the company with new strategic additions. This includes a beautiful new website and a new modern logo alongside more harmonious and sleek designs of the latest publicity materials. 

"Iron Crow Theatre’s first production of the season achieved numerous records, beginning with the box office. Never has Iron Crow Theatre seen such momentum and strong growth in attendance, sales and demographic diversity. Our impact in the region was the most significant it’s ever been, having welcomed many of the leading educational institutions and their students to our stage as well as having hosted subject matter experts and local professionals for informational talkback sessions," said Sean Elias, Iron Crow Theatre's Executive Director.

“But there’s still more to come! We have a world premier production opening in March by local award-winning playwright Rich Espey, followed by the first all female cast ever seen at Iron Crow Theatre in Holly Hughes’ The Well of Horniness, directed by Center Stage veteran Julianne Franz.”

IRON CROW THEATRE is the theatre of mischief and subversion, a queer theatre celebrating the renegade and the unorthodox, in all of us, reflecting the diverse stories of our community and the world in which we live. We produce and create professional new work, re-imagine well-known stories, and seek out innovative scripts. Our work ignites conversation and all voices are welcome. 

 

Press Contact:
Tanner Medding
Iron Crow Theatre
tmedding@ironcrowtheatre.org
(443) 637-2769