Open Space Arts is overjoyed to return to in person programming with a delightful evening of short plays based on the theme of "Wanderlust."

August 5-7, 12-14

Fridays and Saturdays at 7pm

Sundays at 5pm


Any Time Travel Company by Katie Ganem | Directed by Carter Spang and Liv Eastwood
A Midsummer Night's Slam by Arianna Rose | Directed by Avery DeBow
Cemented by Will Boersma | Directed by Kristen Mize
I Was Here by Ellen Scherer | Directed by Missy Martinez
Palau by Rob Salerno | Directed by Missy Martinez
Recalculating by Bill Brohaugh and Lisa Holt | Directed by Annabelle Leigh
The Sign by Tom Moran | Directed by Chris Shawkey


Suggested donation: $10 adults| $8 students/ seniors
Tickets can be purchased at the door via cash, check, or credit card (please note there is a small fee for credit card purchases).


On our outdoor stage at
16 Hanover Road
Reisterstown, MD 21136


Inclement weather may cause us to postpone or cancel a performance.  We do our best to make that decision an hour before the show begins.  Please check our Facebook, or Instagram for the latest information on weather cancellations. 

The Citizens of Baltimore County
Maryland State Arts Council
Steven H. Reamer CPA, PA

Know Before You Go! Here are some answers to some frequently asked questions regarding this year's SPF.


What times are the shows?

7pm on Fridays and Saturdays, 5pm on Sundays


Where are the shows?

On our outdoor stage at 16 Hanover Road, Reisterstown, MD 21136

How much are tickets?

$10 suggested donation, $8 for students, seniors, and children

How do I get a ticket?

Tickets are only sold at the door. We accept cash, checks, and credit cards. Please note, there is a small processing fee for credit cards.


Where can I park?

There is street parking on Hanover Road. You can also park in the lot behind the Karen Sachs Dance Studio/ Little Georgia Restaurant building.


Do I need to bring a lawn chair?

We have metal folding chairs for audience members, but if you would like to bring your own chair, feel free!


What happens if it rains?

Unfortunately, summer weather is unpredictable and we sometimes have to cancel or postpone a show for the safety of our actors and patrons. We do our best to make that decision an hour before showtime. Please keep your eye on our facebook and instagram pages for news relating to any cancellations/ postponements.