Author Archive | Timoth David Copney

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Review: ‘Wild Oats’ at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

Comedies trading on the mistaken identity theme have been around a long time. Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night comes to mind. And more than two hundred years after that, a fellow named John O’Keeffe penned a clever little piece called Wild Oats, with the same theme. What a delight that the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company decided to share […]

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Review: ‘Hick: A Love Story’ at Baltimore Theatre Project

Eleanor Roosevelt, beloved First Lady, wife of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, was a surprisingly layered woman. Seems she had a relationship with a (clutch the pearls!) woman! No big surprise that Baltimore Theatre Project has chosen to present Hick: A Love Story, Terry Baum’s one-woman show telling the story from the viewpoint of Lorena Hickok,a trailblazing reporter and Eleanor’s […]

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Review: ‘Gone’ by The Oven: A Collective Theatre Movement at Baltimore Theatre Project

The subject of human trafficking, and especially child sexploitation, is as dark and disturbing a topic for a theatrical production as anyone could imagine. The Oven, one of the newest members of the Baltimore theatre community, is committed to presenting socially relevant works. Gone, the piece that premiers at Theatre Project this month, is a […]

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Review: ‘Twelfth Night’ at Iron Crow Theatre and Cohesion Theatre Company As Part of the Trans Voices Workshop Series

“I say there is no darkness but ignorance.” That’s a direct quote from the Bard himself, good old Willy Shakespeare. It seems appropriate to mention it, because Iron Crow and Cohesion Theatre Company, two of Baltimore’s edgiest theatres, have teamed up to present a unique production of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, as part of their Trans […]

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