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A Dispatch from Weekend Two of the Charm City Fringe Festival

The second weekend of the Charm City Fringe Festival is in full swing! There are still lots of performances happening Saturday and Sunday, plus...

A Dispatch from the Charm City Fringe Festival

The Charm City Fringe is on! Here’s what I got up to last night. Reviews Poly-Theist “Brett was a married, 21-year-old monogamous Evangelical. Then he became the...

The Eighth Annual Charm City Fringe Festival Launches This Week: How...

October 10 marks the Launch Party for the Eighth Annual Charm City Fringe Festival, a celebration of new and emerging independent theatre that will...

Review: ‘Perfect Arrangement’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Long a mainstay of the Baltimore community theater landscape, Fells Point Corner Theatre has been on quite a roll recently – delivering knockout productions...

News: Charm City Fringe Announces 2019 Festival Lineup

Charm City Fringe announces the lineup for the eighth annual festival, now in its third year in the Bromo Arts District. Charm City Fringe...

Review: ‘Altar Ego’ by Submersive Productions

Readers of DC Metro Theater Arts who are District-based are likely already familiar with immersive theater. Companies like TBD Immersive have recently begun presenting...

Review: ‘Hamilton’ at Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre

The notion that “history has its eyes on you” animates and obsesses the title character in Hamilton. A similar shadow of destiny heralded the...

Review: ‘Queens Girl in the World’ at Everyman Theatre

The mark of good theatre, of a truly transformative piece, is how universal it is. How much it speaks to the then and the...

Review: ‘Pink Milk’ at Single Carrot Theatre

“Those who can imagine anything can create the impossible.” – Alan Turing For its final production in its Remington home, Single Carrot Theatre presents the...

Review: ‘And Baby Makes Seven’ at The Strand

Closing out its 11th season, The Strand Theater Company presents the final three performances of Paula Vogel’s And Baby Makes Seven. Directed by Emily...

Review: ‘Hamlet’ at the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory

You’ve seen ten productions of Hamlet, you’ve seen ‘em all, right? There is nothing new you care to see at this point, because even...

Review: ‘Beehive’ at Spotlighters Theatre

There are times when the theater takes daring artistic risks, asks uncomfortable questions, and exposes the darkest truths about our institutions and ourselves. We...

‘Book of Mormon’ at Baltimore’s Hippodrome Announces Discount Ticket Lottery

Producers of the national tour of The Book of Mormon at Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theater have announced a special ticket discount for seats to each...

Review: ‘Dinner with Friends’ at Everyman Theatre

Donald Margulies' Pulitzer Prize-winning Dinner with Friends, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary this season, opened to an enthusiastic full house at Everyman on...

Review: ‘Indecent’ at Baltimore Center Stage

As presented at Baltimore Center Stage, Indecent is a timely, timeless story, about a sexuality, about a religion, about a people, about all people....

Review: ‘Everything is Wonderful’ at Everyman Theatre

Having helmed last season’s widely-acclaimed The Book of Joseph, Everyman Theatre Associate Artistic Director Noah Himmelstein has returned to the director’s chair for Everyman’s...

Review: ‘The Mystery of Love and Sex’ at the Iron Crow...

Human beings are mysterious creatures: how deeply can we know even those closest to us, or ourselves? What’s the cost of knowing? In Bathsheba...

Review: ‘Fun Home’ at the Baltimore Center Stage

“Welcome to our house on Maple Avenue.” With this lyric, the Bechdel family invites the Baltimore Center Stage audience into their home – free...

Review: ‘Thank You, Dad’ at Rapid Lemon Productions

In 2018, the 40th anniversary year of what’s become known as The Jonestown Massacre, Rapid Lemon Productions commissioned its first full-length play. Emerging local...

Review: ‘Measure for Measure’ at Green Globe Theatre

There is some uncanny and rather dismaying contemporary resonance in Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure, now playing at Baltimore’s Green Globe Theatre. The virginal Isabella...

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