Playwright Lauren Yee has always felt like an outsider, especially compared to her father, Larry, the unofficial center of their Chinese American community. When Larry suddenly goes missing, Lauren has to chase through time, space, and the fourth wall itself to find her father, save his story, and chronicle a vanishing piece of American culture. Explore the vivid legacy of one changing Chinatown through the vibrant imagination of a new generation in award-winning playwright Lauren Yee’s smart and cheeky family comedy.
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ArtsLAB is a traveling professional development symposium, presented by MCA each year, in different parts of the state. ArtsLAB is a place where artists, arts professionals, advocates and more, come together to discuss current issues and concerns facing the arts sector. In addition to thrilling performances, the morning portion highlights an individual keynote speaker which exemplifies best practices for the topic at hand. The afternoon portion of the day is a mix of hands-on workshops, panel discussions, and case studies.
Why should you attend ArtsLAB?
Mt. Rushmore is a time travel, punk rock voyage that lands the audience in the throws of the rebellious Reagan era, where they help Brooklyn based award winning playwright and performer Monica Hunken on her quest to save her mother from a lifetime of grief and Conservatism. This wild quest is a true 1980s adventure - packed to the brim with espionage, unexpected friendships, and even a chance for redemption. Mt. Rushmore also features live music.
Having grown up side-by-side in small-town working-class America, best friends Tracey and Cynthia went from fun-loving schoolchildren to saloon-loving adults who work together on a steel manufacturing line. In a tight-knit community like this one, however, it takes but one fracture in its core for the breaking point of friendship to be seismically tested.
Songs for a New World
by Jason Robert Brown
Directed by Michael Tan & Andrea Bush
Musical Direction by Michael Tan
11/2/18 - 11/25/18
Fri & Sat at 8pm; Sun at 2pm
Order tickets at www.spotlighters.org
Adults $24 Seniors, Students, Military $21
It's about one moment.
It's about hitting the wall and having to make a choice... or take a stand... or turn around and go back.
The John Astin Theatre is proud to present Gregory S. Moss’s INDIAN SUMMER directed by Peg Denitorne and featuring John Astin as “George.”
This feisty romantic comedy follows a passing fling on the shores of Rhode Island – that could just last a lifetime – a relationship as impossible and charmed as an Indian Summer.
Save the dates November 2nd-4thand 9th-11thand come join us at the John Astin Theatre located in the historic Merrick Barn on the Johns Hopkins Homewood campus at 3400 North Charles Street.
"Love that's wise, blinds parents eyes."
Next up in BSF's Shakespeare's Contemporaries series: Thomas Middleton's 1613 city comedy, performed by an all-female cast.
A Chaste Maid in Cheapside, a Jacobean sitcom of sorts, follows the misadventures of Moll Yellowhammer in her quest to marry her true love. Enjoy bawdy humor, witty wordplay, and scandalous plot lines in this rarely produced romp.
October 25 – November 11
“Polished to an aristocratic shine…” – Washington Post
“A pastel of frothy fun…had the audience howling…” – DC Metro Theatre Arts
“A feast of physical comedy…timeless entertainment…” – DC Theatre Scene
“This is one high-quality costume drama…The final moments of the show perfectly marry both physical comedy and political tragedy in a way only an established Washington-based company can.” – Washington City Paper
This self-contained episode is an 8-hour durational performance. You may chose the length of your stay. Please purchase a ticket for each time slot you wish to attend. For your first hour, please select a “FIRST HOUR” ticket. For any hour after your first, select an “Additional Hour” ticket. For instance, if you wish to attend from 3pm to 5pm, you should buy one FIRST HOUR ticket for 3pm and one "Additional Hour" ticket at 4pm for each member of your group.
Strand Theater Company Presents the Second Production of its 11th Season
By Dominique Morisseau
August Wilson's Joe Turner's Come and Gone
CCBC Catonsville Center for the Arts Theatre
800 S. Rolling Road, Baltimore, MD 21228-5317
In 1911 Pittsburgh, Seth and Bertha Holly run a boarding house. Their boarders come looking for a home, looking for family, looking for opportunity in a post-slavery world that, for many of them, holds no place for their lives, their dreams, or their songs.
Join us for a moving presentation by U.S veterans who are studying acting to express themes of bravery and fear using scenes from Shakespeare’s plays and their personal experiences. On Veterans Day, Sunday, Nov. 11, at 7pm, our ensemble participants will take the stage to tell their stories in The Sharing, the culmination of a 10-week workshop tackling emotions and experiences more often bottled up than expressed. Our Veterans Ensemble workshop is made possible by Vet Arts Connect, an initiative of the Institute for Integrative Health. Admission: FREE.
This Tony Award-winning rock musical explores the journey from adolescence to adulthood in a powerful celebration of youth and love. The musical follows a turn of the century Romeo and Juliet, Melchior and Wendla, as well as their friends and their families, as they navigate, and are impacted by, teenage self-discovery, first love and coming-of-age anxiety. “Spring Awakening” has a book and lyrics by Steven Sater and music by Duncan Sheik. Elizabeth van den Berg, chair of McDaniel’s theatre arts department, directs the production.
This screening will be held at the Parkway Theater at 5 W North Ave, Baltimore, MD 21201. The screening is free, buses to the event from Renaissance Hotel provided but no buses back. Join us for a free screening of an inspiring new film. Liyana tells the story of a Swazi girl who embarks on a dangerous quest to rescue her young twin brothers. This animated African tale is born in the imaginations of five orphaned children in Swaziland who collaborate to tell a story of perseverance drawn from their darkest memories and brightest dreams.
Based on the motion picture- A Christmas Story distributed by Warner Bros., written by Jean Shepherd, Leigh Brown and Bob Clark, and upon In God We Trust: All Others Pay Cash written by Jean Shepherd. Produced with permission of Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures and Dalfie Entertainment.
Directed by Laurie Starkey
Musical Direction by Stephanie Cvach
Choreography by Amanda Poxon
Your voice is an important tool. Do you use it to express yourself clearly and passionately? Or are you often tongue-tied and hesitant to speak? Let’s spend a day together releasing unwanted blocks to sounding and tuning up your ability to express your voice fully. In our time together you will:
Join Carrots and friends for Drunk Shakespeare: Part II!
We’re taking the classics to a whole new level: actors and friends present fully rehearsed scenes, but they’ve gotta get the job done while totally housed.
Enjoy a brief and beer-addled history of the Bard himself, before our collection of drunken rogues take the stage!
We’ll laugh, we’ll cry, we’ll all have hangovers tomorrow.
The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory’s goal is to represent our community’s diversity on our stage, our staff, our board of directors, and in our audience. We will be holding a focus group to discuss how we can better serve the community, listen to thoughts and feelings, and to receive guidance on how we can achieve our goals.
This is the first step in a larger effort, and while we welcome all voices, we would like this discussion to be with non-white members of the community.
If you are interested in joining us for this discussion, please RSVP online at