Waverly Brewing in Baltimore is excited to announce the return of RUBEN MORENO & THE ZYDECO RE-EVOLUTION and the release of their Ryleigh's Oyster Stout, Thursday November 30
Ruben Moreno – a proud young Chicano-Creole Zydeco artist born and raised in Houston, Texas. Dynamic Youthful Energy. Hot ~ Sizzlin Hot … Locked down dance groove … A new breed of Zydeco artist taking the form to whole new levels. Ruben has started his very own “Zydeco RE-Evolution” and is sharing it with the world.
Ultimately Ruben delivers. Engages. Inspires. Intrigues. Captures. Thrills.
Back by popular demand! Two of the greatest bands of all time face off in a musical showdown, featuring renowned tribute artists Abbey Road and Satisfaction.
The Lights Went Out Because of a Problem is a three-act opera, which comprises found text and original writing. The opera is about learning to sing. It is also about goofing off, meditating, hanging out, healing from trauma, and the pandemic. Featuring music composed by Allison Clendaniel with the libretto found, arranged, and written by Lola B. Pierson, The Lights Went Out Because of a Problem is The Acme Corporation's first show in 3 years.
Runtime approximately 60 minutes. Content warning: this show contains discussion of (but not depiction of sexual assault).
These Russian-born composers charted routes of resistance and freedom that still resonate today. Tchaikovsky, secretly gay and openly enraptured with the music of the West, poured his love and anguish into the Violin Concerto that mixed Russian intensity into the impeccable traditions of the Classical masters. Stravinsky, untested and overlooked in his home country, astonished the crowds in Paris with his supernatural ballet based on the Russian fairy tales of the Firebird.
Lights! Camera! Action! When Pete the Cat and his buddy Callie sneak into the Hollywood Studios, they get lost in the world of the movies. Join Pete, Callie, Ethel the Apatosaurus, and Robo-Pete in this rockin' new musical adventure that features several fun-filled Pete the Cat books including Cavecat Pete, Pete the Cat and the Treasure Map, and The Cool Cat Boogie.
Hannah Mayer leads this series featuring an exciting lineup of original music, improvisational takes on music from the Broadway repertoire, and more! Featuring special guest Alexandra Ridout on trumpet!
Livestream passes and student tickets available!
Hannah Mayer, piano
Alexandra Ridout, trumpet
Jett Lim, trombone
Charlie Reichert Powell, guitar
Aidan B. Taylor, bass
Koleby Royston, drums
Forge cherished memories with loved ones and join us for Dickens’ hauntingly beautiful tale. Amidst 19th-century Baltimore, a miser undergoes a profound change, letting go of his old ways to embrace the generosity of the holiday season. This classic tale sweeps you away with treasured characters and radiant themes of compassion, love, and kindness.
A Christmas Carol with a Baltimore twist returns, re-imagined by Company Member and historian Laura Rocklyn. A delight for all ages, this is a giddy, warm-hearted, and fast-paced trip back to 19th-century Baltimore and Charles Dickens's classic story.
The MICA Art Market Pop-Up is a three-floor holiday market that provides MICA's best students, alumni, faculty, and staff the opportunity to sell their artwork, craft and artisan-made pieces in a two-day public event on MICA's campus. As always, proceeds from table fees go to the MICA Endowment Scholarship, as well as to help fund the event.
Art Market 2023 is scheduled for December 2 and 3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Join us for our newest family program: Stories & Art in the Galleries! Children will enjoy a story and complimentary age-appropriate art activity while viewing CAC's latest gallery exhibit. This month, we're reading "Blizzard," a story about the infamous blizzard of 1978 which brought 53 inches of snow to the author's childhood home in Rhode Island. After the story, children will be invited to make Watercolor and Salt Snowy Paintings!
First Saturdays—Every First Saturday of the month at 10:30
First Saturdays is a series of free hands-on projects and activities for children held on the first Saturday of each month. This series will feature local community partners showcasing their skills in movement, storytelling, arts, tinkering, and more!
Free Baltimore Yoga is a safe space grounded in community movement. Our sessions aim to be accessible trauma-informed, nervous system focused, and breath centered. IG / Facebook: @freebaltimoreyoga
Kerplunk! Family Art Drop-in class is great for younger kids and families! Join us in the Creativity Center every Saturday to create fun seasonal crafts and art projects based on current exhibitions!
Come make a mess at our house!
OCT 21: Lantern Making Join us at The Great Halloween Lantern Parade & Festival in Patterson Park
NOV 4: Dia de Los Muertos Family art making celebrating this Mexican tradition
NOV 11: Coffee Table Art Albums Create a customized album to display and share your original artwork
In 1981 David DeBoy’s hit single, “Crabs for Christmas” descended on an unsuspecting Baltimore. More than 10,000 records (remember those vinyl singles?) were sold in four weeks. Since then, David has recorded two more hit albums and performed his Balto-centric songs all around the state.
Join David for this festive program! Museum members will have access to a VIP meet & greet before the concert. Seating is limited so reserve your ticket today!
The Baltimore City Historical Society and the Historical Society of Baltimore County will present their 12th Annual Joint Program, featuring Suzanne Loudermilk and Kit Pollard speaking about their book, Lost Restaurants of Baltimore.
Lost Restaurants of Baltimore explores the stories behind thirty-five shuttered restaurants that Baltimoreans once loved, and remembers the meals, the crowds, the owners and the spaces that made these places hot spots.
Starurday, Dec 2:
This weekend, you can experience German culture and traditions by watching the Schuhplattler Dancers of "S.u.G.T.V. Washingtonia" and “Alpenrose Schuhplattler Verein”. They will perform on Saturday from 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Sunday, Dec 3: