The mission of Cincinnati Black Theatre Company (CBTC) is to keep alive the spirit of Black Theatre by offering top-notch theatrical productions, performance and employment opportunities, children’s theatre, educational programs and community outreach in all aspects of theatre arts. CBTC is committed to increasing literacy, promoting diversity and multiculturalism, pursuing collaborations, and providing access to the arts!
As we continue our new normal doing these unprecedented times. Our family at CBTC would like to let you and your families know we are in this together.
CBTC continues to follow the guidelines and measures presented to us by our governors and the CDC to keep our families safe and healthy. We have currently postponed The Lion King Jr and will inform you all of updates as we move forward.
CBTC along with many of you have struggled and we always have prevailed; keep in mind our concern is for us as a community to work together to slow the spread of the Coronavirus Disease and to keep all our families safe. We support you and as always thank you for your continued support! God Bless and Stay Safe!
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Cincinnati Black Theatre Company is growing its "wings"!
After 8 years in our former location, CBTC is finally moving to a space we can call our own..but this old building needs some major work. Your donations will go directly to the renovations of our future home - walls, HVAC, dance studio and more. Donations of any amount [$10 - $100 - $1,000 - $10,000 or anywhere in between] are greatly appreciated! Donors will receive print recognition during this upcoming season.
Since our founding, we have worked with partners and rented space to support our performances, rehearsals and teaching mission. As we look to the future growth and needs of our organization, we need a permanent home: a rehearsal space, a teaching space and a formal studio for our programs.