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by Larry Gallagher
Directed & Choreographed by Quae Simpson
Musically Directed by LeVar Betts
Mar 29 - Apr 21, 2019
Fri & Sat at 8pm; Sun at 2pm
From solo powerhouses like Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, and Janis Joplin to glamorous girl groups such as The Supremes and TheShirelles, Beehive the 60's Musical is the ultimate celebration of 1960's female empowerment.
Our spring concert offers diverse meditations on the immortal. Life and death battle in J.S. Bach's Easter cantata, while Sir John Tavener's posthumous masterwork Requiem Fragments offers a luminous vision of the afterlife.
BRUCKNER Os justi
GUILLAUME Dominus Vobiscum
BACH Christ lag in Todesbanden (BWV 4)
TAVENER Song for Athene
TAVENER Requiem Fragments
PARKER Hark! I Hear the Harps Eternal
In the mid-1960s, a young writer’s life turns upside down when her girlfriend drops some unexpected news. Even 50 years later, the reverberations of that moment, and its unexpected consequences, still echo in the intersecting lives of four individuals caught up in a rapidly changing world. This is a bittersweet story of finding and following our passions from Christina Anderson, winner of the Lorraine Hansberry Award. This world-premiere play that explores the universal act of creation—of life, of family, of art—spans space and time to inspire a new generation of makers and lovers.
The incredibly popular one-man show about Donny Hathaway is returning to our stage for a limited run. Plus, the incredible Kelvin Roston, Jr. returns to brilliantly embody this role. Once you become a 2018/19 Season Member, you will have access to adding on tickets to this special performance!
Content Advisory: A one-man show based on the genius and mental decline of Donny Hathaway contains adult content and themes of suicide, and may be most suitable for theatergoers in middle school and up.
Paul Peers, stage director
Linda Maguire, mezzo-soprano; Brian Giebler. Tenor; Enrico Lagasca, bass-baritone
Maryland State Boychoir, Stephen Holmes, artistic director
The Larks of the Junior League of Baltimore, Leo Wanenchak, musical director
Overlea High School Chorus, Kellie Zephir, director
Muse 360, Sharayna Christmas, executive director
Peabody Youth Orchestra, Ankush Kumar Bahl, music director
The Baltimore Choral Arts Orchestra