Put your best foot forward and explore the best of Baltimore! Join the Heritage Area's Urban Rangers on a memorable walk through history featuring historic attractions, unique neighborhoods, and colorful stories that make Baltimore charming and unique. From the Inner Harbor to Fell's Point - we've got Baltimore covered!
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From colonial impressions of the Chesapeake Bay to detailed city plans for guiding Baltimore's rapid expansion, this exhibition features over thirty of the most stunning and historically significant maps of Maryland from the collection of the late businessman, philanthropist, and Johns Hopkins alumnus Willard Hackerman. The maps are brought together with related rare books and prints, ephemera, and digital story maps to reveal the passion of a collector, the early mapping of Maryland, and the potential of combining historical maps with modern data to re-examine the past.
Co-taught by esteemed actor, devisor, and teaching artist, Rachel Hynes, and Caleen Jennings, playwright of QUEENS GIRL IN THE WORLD and QUEENS GIRL IN AFRICA - Everyman's season enders produced in rep this spring - this is sure to be an adventure in creativity and collaboration.
Dive into STORY. Want to create your own work? Not sure where to begin? Gain fundamental knowledge, build dramatic language, and begin the process of bringing a character’s voice from an idea, to the page, and then to the stage.
Alex Amsel, Hilo Carriel, Julie Desbordes, Jonathan Rush, Isaiah Shim, conductors
Ludwig van Beethoven: Egmont Overture, Op. 84
Ludwig van Beethoven: Coriolan Overture, Op. 62
Robert Schumann: Symphony No. 2, Op. 61
Join us every third Wednesday at the Cabaret at Germano's for Baltimore's Best Open Mic Night. Dinner is served beginning at 6:00. Sign-up is at 7:00 and the performance begins at 7:30. Please purchase tickets in advance online or by phone to allow us to serve you comfortably. $10 cover for all in attendance.
Master cabaret artist, Mary Reilly, hosts. Each month a different featured artist and theme. Michael Sheppard works his magic on the baby grand.
Catch a free screening of Boots Riley's critically acclaimed directorial debut Sorry to Bother You, “a must-see” ( The New York Times) and “surreal dream that is likely to keep you wide awake” ( Vulture).
The screening takes place ahead of Riley’s talk at the BMA with internationally renowned artist Mickalene Thomas on April 24. The talk is the latest in the BMA’s popular conversation series, The Necessity of Tomorrow(s).
Doors open at 6:45 p.m. Seating is first come, first served.
Practice your Blue Steal, put on your piano necktie, write your best eugoogooly, sip drinks, and win stuff! We're making Zoolander into a Magnumificent interactive movie night!
"I'm pretty sure there's a lot more to life than being really, really, ridiculously good-looking. And I plan on finding out what that is."
Your Ridiculous Hosts:
Jennifer Marsh & Heather Keating
Whether your community is urban, suburban, or rural, headlines abound with stories of anxious, dangerous or even deadly encounters between law enforcement and civilians. While there remains much respect for police officers and the difficulty of their work, tensions with communities across the country have been on the rise.
Sean Jones, director, Richard and Elizabeth Case Chair in Jazz Studies
ArtsCentric opens its 2019 season with its highest selling original work, Snapshots. A story told entirely through dance follows the life of Damon, a kid obsessed with photography, and his tragic death at the hands of law enforcement. This senseless killing sparks a revolution in a community that had long forgotten the power of its own voice and rallies a change in everyone that they never knew possible. From ballet, jazz, hip hop, to step, tap and liturgical, this emotionally gripping piece has left audiences speechless.
Considered by many to be the greatest play ever written, Hamlet is everything Shakespeare wrote distilled to a single play. Funny, thrilling, and heartbreaking, Hamlet is a tour de force. It has represented many things to many people, and stands as shorthand for “Theatre.” Strip away the pretense, though, and what’s left is still a masterpiece. We present it in original pronunciation, as audiences first heard it.
by Larry Gallagher
Directed & Choreographed by Quae Simpson
Musically Directed by LeVar Betts
Mar 29 - Apr 21, 2019
Fri & Sat at 8pm; Sun at 2pm
From solo powerhouses like Aretha Franklin, Tina Turner, and Janis Joplin to glamorous girl groups such as The Supremes and TheShirelles, Beehive the 60's Musical is the ultimate celebration of 1960's female empowerment.
Follow in the footsteps of Baltimore's literary luminaries and discover the elegant brownstone mansions and majestic cultural institutions built by Baltimore's successful 19th-century merchants and industrialists. Learn how a neighborhood of scholars, struggling artists and authors, newspaperman, philanthropists and social reformers offered rich opportunities to discuss and debate ideas and open new literary avenues. All tours begin at the Enoch Pratt Free Library - Central Branch. Tickets are $10. Please note that advance registration is required; no walk-ups will be accepted.
Guitarist Michael Joseph Harris, bassist John Previti and drummer Chuck Karner perform a wide variety of instrumental music from Duke Ellington to Hank Williams, Patsy Cline, Cole Porter, Django Reinhardt, Danny Gatton, and Stevie Wonder.
Hosted by Charm City Filmmakers
You are cordially invited to a free, private film screening! The show will include 9 short films, each produced by our group members. We are so excited to share our work with you!
(In no particular order)
Lana Adams - Politics as Usual
Micheal Perrin - The King of Games
Justin Lawson Isett - Let's Kill Doug Because He Sucks
Charlie Brown - Controlled Suicide
Colin Freas - Timey Wimey
Lauren Davis - How to Survive a Scary Movie
A native of Italy, Peppino D'Agostino emerged on the musical scene in the late 1980's and helped redefine the boundaries of the acoustic guitar. His virtuosic technique, penchant for open tunings, and percussive effects are the basis of his unique compositional style which has been inspiring musicians and audiences alike for years. Add to that his natural warmth, playfulness, and broad musical tastes and you have the recipe for what he calls “minestrone music”.