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An evening of Puppetry & Performance for Grown-ups!
Black Cherry's Puppet Slamwich at Current Space!
Saturday September 24th
Two shows at 5pm and 8pm
Doors open 1/2 hour before each showtime
This event will be held outside in the beautiful rear courtyard of Current Space, under a big tent
421 N Howard St, Baltimore, MD 21201 **Must enter through the back alley: 421 Tyson Street**
America’s largest interactive comedy murder mystery dinner theatre show is now playing! Solve a hilarious mystery while you feast on a fantastic dinner. Just beware! The culprit is hiding in plain sight somewhere in the room, and you may find yourself as a Prime Suspect before you know it!
Join us for an event that is very different from a traditional murder mystery dinner show. Our actors are not dressed in costume and are hidden in the audience! This results in a fun, social and interactive evening suitable for all adults.
The Strand Theater Company proudly launches its 15th Anniversary Season as Baltimore’s women-centric company with the production of Frankenstein by Danielle Mohlman, based on the novel Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Directed by Lanoree Blake.
About the show:
Thomas Søndergård, conductor
Thomas Hampson, baritone
Strauss ascends past waterfalls and glaciers to reach wondrous peaks of sonic rapture in An Alpine Symphony, a feat achieved by history’s greatest tone painter with the combined efforts of a colossal orchestra. Mahler’s Songs of a Wayfarer delight in the fresh bloom of new love, delivered with the richness and emotional intensity that Thomas Hampson has cultivated through a career-spanning Mahler obsession. In his Ballade, Coleridge-Taylor presents a stirring impression of the American folkloric landscape.
Rapid Lemon Productions will close their 11th season with an evening of 12 world premiere short plays by local authors, Variations on Change. Staged each year since 2005, The Variations Project is an annual highlight of the Baltimore theatrical calendar. Audiences who attend in person will have the opportunity to vote to select the theme for the 2023 Variations Project.
Join us for the final Art Walk of 2022, an evening of simultaneous, exhibitions, performances, and special events in the Station North Arts District. Pick up a map at the Charles Theatre lobby and create your own self-guided tour.
The event is free, we just ask that you register for a ticket so we can track attendance, and share email updates and specials.
This year marks twenty years of Station North, and we're celebrating all summer long on the final Friday of each month. Our September Art Walk is district-wide, featuring 20+ venues. Stay tuned for more information.
Shipwrecked in a strange land, Viola disguises herself as a man, and is recruited by Duke Orsino to woo a lady on his behalf. It's only a matter of time before she finds herself trapped in an unusual love triangle.
Full of charming characters and one of his most captivating heroines, Twelfth Night is Shakespeare's most perfect comedy.
SAT, OCT 1, 8 PM – The Music Center at Strathmore
SUN, OCT 2, 3 PM – Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
Peter Oundjian, conductor
Tom Borrow, piano
Bach in Baltimore kicks off its 35th Anniversary Season with a concert featuring two musical forms that define Baroque Period Music. The concert opens with Bach’s Orchestral Suite No. 1 in C Major, a masterwork in Baroque counterpoint, a technique that uses multiple melodies to play simultaneously, creating contrast, highlight, and interplay. Bach excelled at counterpoint, one of the many reasons his music stands the test of time. A Baroque cantata will close the concert. Bach in Baltimore is one of the only music ensembles that regularly performs Bach’s cantatas.
THU, OCT 6, 8 PM – Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall
SUN, OCT 9, 3 PM – The Music Center at Strathmore
James Conlon, conductor
Judith and Leah Pisar, speakers
Diana Newman, soprano
University of Maryland Concert Choir
Jason Ferdinand, director
Maryland State Boychoir
Stephen Holmes, director
October's First Friday Art Walk features NINE pop-ups, FIVE art exhibits (3 are new!), tastings, live music, kids clothing swap, and shopping at your favorite stores! Plus a live demo from Highlandtown's Pole Foundations at Night Owl Gallery!
The Art Walk is FREE to attend, with drink and food specials at restaurants and bars like Snake Hill, Sally O’s, Filippo's Restaurant and Avenue Sushi (and more!). The Art Walk is self-guided —check out the Art Walk Map for venue locations and details to plan your night!
Women are extinct, everyone's gay, abortion is illegal — and Jason got pregnant. But however unplanned the pregnancy was, nothing could be less expected than the chain of events it would set in motion.
Robert O’Hara’s audacious, hilarious allegory envisions an uncannily familiar future – one where abortion has been universally criminalized and women have gone extinct from centuries of mistreatment. Even the universal homosexuality that’s resulted and man’s new procreative capacity have not stopped them from fucking everything up.
Poe Baltimore will host the fifth annual International Edgar Allan Poe Festival and Awards (Poe Fest International) with IN-PERSON and virtual events, October 8th- 9th, 2022, featuring vendors, performances, tours, and The Black Cat Ball. This year’s events commemorate the 173rd anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe’s death.*
The Brentano String Quartet, which has performed across five continents, and clarinetist Alexander Fiterstein, winner of the Avery Fischer Career Grant Award and director of winds at Maryland’s Peabody Conservatory, will join forces to perform chamber music including Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s Clarinet Quintet. The concert is part of the Candlelight Concert Society’s 50th-anniversary season.
Indigenous Peoples Day is commemorated with a musical offering featuring choral music of Charles Shadle, Choctaw Nation, and Jerod Impichchaachaaha’ Tate, Chickasaw Nation.
The event is free and occurs at St. David's Episcopal Church, 4700 Roland Avenue, Baltimore, MD. Doors open at 4:00 pm. Masks are encouraged.
The event will be livestreamed via Facebook (@stdavidsmusic) and YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/c/StDavidsChurchBaltimore).
Coming to the Central Library on Wednesday, September 14, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra brings the Orchestra out of the concert hall and into the community for its Symphony in the City series! Featuring Maestro Jonathan Rush.
Check out BSOmusic.org for details about this very special event!