Free Range Humans

Happy New Year!

Winter registration will be up soon. Given current health circumstances, we’re not going to set a date. We are planning and assessing and hoping to have winter classes available for registration this week.

In the meantime, need a place to be that is not your house? You don’t need an occasion to visit our venue, a comfortable, accessible multipurpose space with built-in activities, from games and puzzles to karaoke and crafts. Our HVAC cycles in outside air, and we disinfect between every event.

We regret to say we are postponing INTO THE WOODS. Tickets will be refunded and we will reschedule as soon as feasible.

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Coming Up...

Thanks for the great mention, Frederick News-Post! It’s very appreciated to see our efforts noticed…

“Free Range Humans produced its first show at FSK Mall Free Range Kids, an offshoot of Free Range Humans, began operating in the Francis Scott Key Mall in September 2020, hosting performing arts classes for kids and teens in a range of disciplines. While much of the planned events have been put on hold due to COVID-19, they produced their first show, “Circus! Bubble! Magic!,” in front of a live audience in December of this year, which was performed by the program’s advanced circus students.

A second space at FSK Mall, The Field, is still in the works.

Free Range Humans producing artistic director Elizabeth Lucas says The Field will host productions and events throughout the year by Free Range Humans and other resident companies. She also envisions it as being a low-cost resource for community members to try their own creative projects in the space.”

Recent Press

“The exhilarating and touching friendship that Walsh, as Cline, and Lawhead, as Louise, develop throughout the production is the true heart of the performance. Every instance of their bonded togetherness feels authentic through and through, and its these moments, sometimes in silly little off-handed comments between one another, that really give the show a sense of depth, without forcing the show to wallow in something gooey or overly sentimental…It’s a feel-good, clap-your-hands-n-stomp-your-feet, wonderful performance that will appeal to fans of Patsy Cline, those who’ve never heard of her, and theatre lovers everywhere.” [read more]