Thursdays-Sundays Nov. 16th-Dec 17th. (8pm Thurs-Fri, 7pm Sat-Sun.) In this remount of the hit immersive theater experience by Submersive Productions, you are invited to the Grand Opening of H.T. Darling's new exhibit of artifacts from the planet New Galapagos. By interacting with the curious inhabitants of the museum, the building, and the exhibition itself, each audience member must choose their own path through the evening's strange events.
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A Christmas Carol – with a Baltimore twist – on stage December 4 - 23, 2017
Chesapeake Shakespeare’s holiday tradition sets the Victorian tale in familiar Baltimore neighborhoods, with songs of the season by fine local community choirs opening the show.
BALTIMORE (Nov. 16, 2017) – Ebenezer Scrooge and Bob Cratchit toil downtown in 1843 Baltimore in Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s delightfully local and original adaptation of A Christmas Carol, Charles Dickens’ classic holiday ghost story, December 4 through December 23, 2017.
Our delightfully original adaptation of the Christmas classic is a celebration of Chesapeake culture and history, in story and song. When ghosts spirit miserly Scrooge over the rowhouses of Baltimore to visit his Maryland past, present and future, he learns to mend his stingy ways. This one-of-a-kind A Christmas Carol thrills audiences of all ages with Baltimore charm. Presented by PNC Bank.
Take yourself back to a day before television, when radio was king and the human imagination reigned. In the radio play genre, the troupe performs an old-style radio show before a “studio” audience. Just like in radio, actors may play multiple parts and the sound effects are created live before your eyes.
Two shows on Saturday, 2 pm & 8 pm
This season Iron Crow Theatre debuts it’s second original, devised work! The Goodies, featuring an all female cast of color, re-tells the story of the Salem Witch Trials, through the lens of modern day America. If, as the old adage states, history were to repeat itself, how would this mark in American history unfold again within the brave new world of the digital age? With fake news, nasty women, and the demonization of all “others”, this horror story of our own history may not be as impossible as we think.
Come join in on 40+ Free Workshops ranging from Hatha Yoga to Investing in Your Micro Business. Really -- there will be so much to peak your interest so stop by the MICA Lazarus Center on December 9th from 10:30 am to 6:00pm to enjoy amazing free workshops!
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Enjoy a variety of activities that tie in with Jacob Lawrence during the museum’s popular Dollar Day. Morgan State Theatre students will present performances in response to Lawrence’s Genesis Series, a choir will sing spirituals celebrating the season, and kids and families will enjoy printmaking to make holiday cards.
Ballet Chesapeake presents the holiday classic ballet, "The Nutcracker" at Towson University along with dancers from the prestigious New York City Ballet. Children attending are invited to join performers on stage with unwrapped gifts for Toys for Tots.
There will be an opportunity for autographs and photography with dancers in costume following each performance.
Children of all ages are invited! Explore an exhibit of objects and creatures from the planet New Galapagos featured in the award-winning immersive theater production, “H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum.” The day includes puppetry, puppet making and theater activities. The Sunday December 10th Family Day is free, and open to the public 10am–1pm. No tickets required.
Hanna and the Moonlit Dress
Sunday, December 10, 2017 at 3:00 pm
For children ages 2-8.
When young Hanna helps a miner carry a heavy sack of coal through a forest, she learns a valuable lesson about the power of a good deed. Help ring in Chanukah with this interactive children’s musical based on a classic Israeli children’s book, “Hanna’s Sabbath Dress” by Itzhak Schweiger-Dmi’el. Children will join in holiday songs and crafts as they help create Hanna’s world and moonlit enchantment.
Join Submersive Productions and the creators of H.T. Darling's Incredible Musæum on Tuesday, December 12th from 7 p.m.-10 p.m. for a party at the speed of thought! One night only! Explore and tour at your leisure all four floors of our otherworldly art installation. Sip themed creative cocktail concoctions. Meet, greet and dance with the show’s creators and other fans and supporters. Partake of the personalized cutout silhouettes and Charles Wilson Peale selfie station. Enter to win a door raffle for unusual artifacts. Get the first crack at our silent auction of objects from the show.
BATTLE OF THE FEMALE BARTENDERS
Come celebrate our “Battle of the Female Bartenders,” inspired by The Revolutionists, featuring signature cocktails mixed by three of Baltimore’s best female mixologists—Chelsea Gregoire, Pam Haner (W.C. Harlan) and Amie Ward (R. Bar)—plus sweet and savory cake bites in the spirit of Marie “let them eat cake” Antoinette, and a party playlist curated by Victoria Legrand. Hurry—tickets going fast!
TICKETS: $60 (event and play). $30 (event only)
Harness the funny and tackle the silly in this one-of-a-kind Perspectives workshop! With a focus on physical comedy, students explore using their actor's tools to create humor onstage. From playing with individual comedic bits to understanding the fundamentals of what makes a joke come to life onstage, this 4-hour long dive, invites you into a brand new class experience taught by Everyman Theatre favorite teaching artist and Resident Company Member, Bruce Nelson.
"A Child’s Christmas in Wales" by Dylan Thomas
A Reading by Donald Hicken
Dylan Thomas’ prose/poetic recalling of his boyhood in the coastal village of Swansea is a humorous, touching and deeply human story of one particularly fabled Christmas seen through the eyes of the children who populate the poet’s memory. Renowned director Donald Hicken narrates this delightful Christmas classic with music by Nancy Krebs. Following the reading, he will be joined by BSA students and colleagues, Nancy Krebs and Becky Mossing, who will lead the audience singing seasonal favorites.
Baltimore’s beloved festival of scrolled panoramas, known as crankies, return for a 5th year of true fireside magic and puppetry wonder. As in previous years, new crankie’s are created for their festival debut and we line up musical surprises throughout the night.
String Theory Theater
Jerry Allen Gilmore & Friends
Erin Fostel & David Native Son Ross
Plus musical special guests