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Founded in 1991, Porkchop Productions is a professional  theatre company specializing in audience participation performances. Our interactive approach to our performances and residencies make for a one-of-a-kind theatre adventure!  Porkchop Productions has performed extensively for schools, libraries, youth groups and special events throughout the southeast, including: Dare Days in Manteo, North Carolina, Europa Cruise Lines in Key West, Florida and  Piccolo Spoleto in Charleston, SC. Along with performing, Porkchop has also designed and implemented drama programs and arts camps for thousands of young people in four states.

Porkchop Productions is dedicated to expanding artistic horizons by providing a professional, interactive theatre experience for young people and to promote a life-long appreciation of the performing arts.

Stacey Maxwell earned a BA in Speech/Drama with an emphasis in children's theatre from Columbia College. She has performed extensively for children with many professional theatre companies since 1987 and can be seen in Disney's That Darn Cat as well as numerous productions for South Carolina Educational Television. Stacey has also served as director for The Lost Colony Children's Theatre where she received the Evelyn Russell Layton Award. Stacey is also the recipient of the 2014 Career Achievement Award from Columbia College.
Laura Blanchette received her training at Winthrop University and has been performing professionally since 1980. An accomplished singer and musician, Laura has toured with theatre companies and musical ensembles from New York to Florida. Laura has also done extensive voice over work for television and radio as well as commercial jingles and print work.
About Porkchop
Porkchop Productions appears on the Approved Artists Roster of the South Carolina Arts Commission as well as the Southern Artist Registry.
Dottie Allen holds a BA in music and a minor in theatre from Columbia College and an MFA in theatre/performing arts management from CUNY/Brooklyn College. She has worked for the Brooklyn Center for the Performing Arts, Manhattan Theatre Club, New York City Opera, and was Director of Adult Learning and Community Engagement for the Metropolitan Opera Guild. She is currently Porkchop's primary Theatre Residency artist.