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ONCE UPON A TIME, THE ANIMALS REVOLTED
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.
Students in grades 1–8 are invited to spend spring break engaging with scenes, songs, and choreography from exciting Broadway shows like The Lion King, The Little Mermaid, Little Shop of Horrors, Hairspray, and Hamilton.
Campers get all of the following classes and more:
Musical theater dance party with family and friends, on the last day of camp
Explore five thriving New England communities as they work to balance cultural traditions with life in a modern world. This hands-on exhibit takes visitors through four New England seasons and shares stories, songs, and cultural materials that illustrate strong and enduring connections between tribes and their traditional homelands. Toboggan down a winter hill, learn about daily life at the Nuweetooun Tribal School, experience the sights and sounds of Pow Wow and explore a natural cranberry bog on Martha’s Vineyard!
Our People, Our Land, Our Images
January 29 – March 18
UMBC Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery
Opportunities to view indigenous peoples through the eyes of indigenous photographers are rare and recent. This photographic exhibition features the work of indigenous artists from North America, Peru, Iraq, and New Zealand. Distinctive in its historical reach, the exhibition includes newly discovered 19th-century trailblazers, members of the next generation of emerging photographers, and well established contemporary practitioners.
The exciting performing artist, Driko, plays solo piano to many Art Tatum tunes and sings songs from the American Songbook, including Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, and other greats. Tickets are $10 in advance and $15 at the door.
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+
Writers LIVE: Joshua Clark Davis talks about his book From Head Shops to Whole Foods: The Rise and Fall of Activist Entrepreneurs. Tuesday, March 13, Maryland State Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped, 415 Park Avenue, 6:30 p.m.
Los Angeles-based artist and 2017 MacArthur Genius Fellow Njideka Akunyili Crosby will debut a suite of new paintings that draw upon her experience of moving from Nigeria to the United States, maintaining ties to her family in Nigeria, and building relationships in America. Layers of paint, fabric, and photographic transfers not only energize the interiors and figures depicted in the artist’s works, but serve as a metaphor for the complex merging of relationships and cultural backgrounds that contribute to Akunyili Crosby’s sense of self.
The third iteration of the Commons Collaboration kicks off with an exciting project from Baltimore-based artist Phaan Howng in collaboration with Blue Water Baltimore. For this project, Howng creates an immersive environment with intense, unnatural colors inspired by toxic waste. Through her partnership with Blue Water Baltimore, Howng will highlight local environmental issues and create a space and suite of programs to raise awareness about Baltimore's waterways.
About the Artist
Internationally acclaimed artist and trained architect Tomás Saraceno uses iridescent panels, spider webs, and inflatable orbs in three fascinating sculptures on view. The centerpiece of the exhibition, Entangled Orbits, transforms the East Lobby with clusters of iridescent-paneled modules held in place by strings reminiscent of a spider web. Appearing somewhat like bubbles, these spherical modules evoke the artist’s visionary plans for “cloud cities,” which look to naturally occurring forms for inspiration and might provide environments for future human habitation.
For 40 years, Al Loving experimented with materials and process to expand the definition of modern painting, drawing on everything from free jazz to his family’s quilting tradition. In the 1980s, Loving broke free of the flat image, using heavy rag paper to make three dimensional collages in brilliant colors. Spiral Play features 12 of these collages, some of them monumental in scale. The work is radical, beautiful, and deeply human. In the artist’s words, “I chose the spiral as a symbol of life’s continuity. It became an overall wish for everyone.”
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.
Baltimore’s favorite troubadour, Marcus Dagan, performs a musical tribute to his late wife, Debra. Tickets are $15 in advance online and $20 at the door.
Black Girls Rock! An Evening with Beverly Bond. Beverly Bond is in converstaion with Raven WIlliams about her new book Black Girls Rock! Owning Our Magic, Rocking Our Truth. Wednesday, March 14, Reginald F. Lewis Museum, 830 E. Pratt Street, 6:30 p.m. To register, visit www.mahoganybooks.com.
Ballet is for everyone! This class will focus on ballet fundamentals, so if you're a beginner come learn and if you're a prima ballerina come practice.
What to bring:
Soft ballet shoes are highly recommended but not required. If you do not have ballet shoes please bring a pair of socks to dance in. Additionally please wear comfortable clothes, leotards and tights are welcomed but not required.
**Did you know that dancing actually increases your cognitive ability?? Come to class and you can experience this for yourself!
About the teacher
Peabody Opera Theatre
Samuel Mungo, stage director
Peabody Opera Theatre Orchestra
Laurent Pillot, music director
Jules Massenet: Chérubin
A spin-off of sorts to the story of The Marriage of Figaro, Chérubin follows the romantic escapades of the young page Chérubino, a little older but no less promiscuous, while celebrating his first military commission.
Tickets Available: February 1