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ONCE UPON A TIME, THE ANIMALS REVOLTED
Ghosts of Saturday Night is a one-man show inspired by the poetry of Tom Waits - songs and lyrics have been re-imagined, expanded and adapted into monologues, stories and scenes. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll have a drink.
"Jack Bellows is a salty old man with a chip on his shoulder and a lot of wild stories. Sit in as he explores his past and tries to make peace with the memories and regrets of a bawdy, drunken life - his Ghosts of Saturday Night."
THE WINTER’S TALE
By William Shakespeare
Directed by Isabelle Anderson
A jealous king, a lost princess, a comic and generous old shepherd, and a wondrous statue unite in a compelling fable of obsession, redemption, and rebirth. This beguiling and magical story follows the travails and triumphs of a royal family torn apart by a false accusation of infidelity. A faraway springtime yields fresh chances for each to find love and joy.
Build confidence! Look your scene partner in the eye, support your voice, and find the tools of persuasion at the forefront of any actor’s process. Whether you are a business professional or looking to assert yourself in small and large groups alike, this class shares tips of the theatre trade for bringing your best self to any social, professional, and artistic scenario.
Age Group: 18+
Actors Tool Box I: Provides an introduction to acting and theatre, focusing on the basic skills and concepts needed to develop fully develop characters, and telling the story of a play. Students work in the areas of Improv acting, movement & physical acting, and voice projection. Students use Creative Drama to devise their own work, which they present to a live audience as their final performance.
When words fail, a home-cooked meal transcends differences in this touching story of intergenerational connectedness, forgiveness and the sweetest spice of life: love. As a Korean family struggles to relate across emotional and cultural divides, it’s the ingredients they share in common that lead to understanding. A perceptive and lyrical exploration of the act of cooking as a form of expression, Aubergine is a mouthwatering meditation on the beauty of life where hope is no mere ingredient—it’s the main course.
Join us TONIGHT for the first ever Finalist Showcase at Baltimore Theatre Project!
Meet a selection of the Performance and Music Finalists for the 2018 Baker Artist Awards and get a taste of their incredible work.
Meshelle, The Indie Mom of Comedy
Admission is FREE. Doors and light refreshments at 7:00. Show at 8:00PM. No reservation required. Limited to first 150 guests. First come, first served. Cash bar.
SUNDAY, MARCH 18 | MONDAY, MARCH 19
6PM - 9PM at ANNEX THEATER, 219 PARK AVE.
Annex Theater is holding auditions for LIFE OR THEATRE? the next show of its 2018 season. LIFE OR THEATRE? is a new work written and directed by Carly J. Bales (Director: Stupid Ghost; Cleveland; Recent: The Tempest), adapted from the work and life of artist Charlotte Salomon.
Scripts and sides will be provided via email and at the audition. Bringing a short monologue and song is preferred but not required!
Tonight, some of Baltimore's best celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Miseducation Of Lauryn Hill, giving the songs their own personal flavor. The monumental solo debut of Fugees singer/rapper Lauryn Hill was recently named #2 on NPR's list of "The 150 Greatest Albums Made By Women" and is frequently listed as one of the greatest music albums of all time.
SUN MAR 18 | 8PM | $18, $15 Members (+$3 at the door)
Part of our 2018 Salon Series—cocktails, conversation, and staged readings of plays by women playwrights, curated and directed by the women of Everyman Theatre’s Resident Acting Company. There’s a cake for every occasion—or so Della the baker in The Cake thinks. But when a lesbian wedding hits too close to home, buttercream squares off against beliefs as Della considers whether her Bible Belt life is as sugarcoated as it seems. Love confronts faith in this heartfelt comedy from the Emmy Award-winning writer/producer of NBC’s This is Us.
Prerequisite: Acting 1. This six week course takes the individual experience of creating a character and illuminates the process of partnering onstage. Students are introduced to different styles of text and approaches to performance. Strengthen the ability to listen and respond authentically, connect to impulse and pursue necessary objectives resulting in interesting conflict and theatrical performance. This class culminates in a scene showcase and feedback session, and is a requirement to take Acting 3. *REGISTRATION COMING SOON*
“To eat good food is to be close to God,” asserts one of the main characters in this sumptuous classic—perhaps the greatest food film of all time— about two Italian-American brothers (Stanley Tucci and Tony Shalhoub) struggling to save their failing restaurant in the face of culture clash, stiff competition, brotherly love and uncompromising standards. Selected and hosted by: Aubergine director Vincent M. Lancisi.
The voices of 18 women rabbis at different stages of life and career share passion for their work, deep commitment to Judaism and their love of a good pair of shoes! An evening of stories culled from the transcripts of “On The Fringe,” a documentary film about Los Angeles female rabbis, this theatre piece shares these women’s struggles, joys, accomplishments and losses.
Three actresses breathe life into memories, telling the stories of specific women and also the story of all trailblazing women: innovators who follow their passion to embrace their life’s work.
By Cecelia Raker
Directed by Susan Stroupe
Opening March 22 at 8pm
Dates: March 22, 23, 24, 25, 31* and April 5, 6, 8, 14
Industry Night: Thursday, April 5 at 8 PM
*Indicates 2pm Matinee performance
The Fallout Shelter at United Evangelical Church
923 S. East Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21224
Tickets $20, or $15 for Students and Seniors