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Interview: Submersive Productions Co-Artistic Directors GLENN RICCI and URSULA MARCUM on...

In April of this year, I wrote: Submersive Productions has outdone itself with its new production, H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum presents: The Treasures of New...

Baltimore Center Stage Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah Announces Departure at End...

The Board of Directors of Baltimore Center Stage and Kwame Kwei-Armah have jointly announced that Kwei-Armah will leave his position as artistic director at...

Single Carrot Theatre Announces Additional Performances of Sold-Out ‘Promenade: Baltimore’

In response to continued demand for tickets, Single Carrot Theatre will be extending the sold-out Promenade: Baltimore for three performances. The production, which is...

Review: ‘BootyCandy’ at Iron Crow Theatre

You need to take up some sports. This weekend, Iron Crow Theatre (“Iron Crow”) opened the final show of its 2016-17 Season of Dark Play...

Interviews with Cohesion Playwrights Fellows, Part 2 of 2: Utkarsh Rajawat,...

After its award-winning Trans* Voices Workshop Series in Season 2, Cohesion Theatre Company (Cohesion) introduced a Playwrights Fellowship for Season 3. Cohesion’s Playwrights Fellowship...

Review: ‘Promenade: Baltimore’ at Single Carrot Theatre

“We’re all stories, in the end. Just make it a good one.” – The Eleventh Doctor Have you ever been driving in a car or...

Review: ‘Men on Boats’ at Cohesion Theatre Company

MANifest Destiny, or Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls Cohesion Theatre Company (Cohesion) is closing its third season with playwright Jaclyn Backhaus’s historical adventure-with-a-twist, Men on Boats....

Interviews with Cohesion Playwrights Fellows, Part 1 of 2: Jen Diamond,...

After its award-winning Trans* Voices Workshop Series in Season 2, Cohesion Theatre Company (Cohesion) introduced a Playwrights Fellowship for Season 3. Cohesion’s Playwrights Fellowship...

Review: ‘The King of Howard Street’ at Annex Theater

We are human beings, right? We were at one point in our lives. There was an excited energy in the air on opening night of...

Review: ‘Noises Off’ at Everyman Theatre

It is always a good time seeing a production of Noises Off, but Everyman Theatre (Everyman) took it to another level last night. If...

Review: ‘Psycho Beach Party’ at Stillpointe Theatre

If you’re looking for an escape, there’s a thoroughly entertaining performance of Charles Busch’s perennially popular parody of 1960s beach-blanket cinema that’s just what...

Review: ‘Voices in the Rubble’ and ‘Endgame’ at Rapid Lemon Productions

Max Garner’s Rapid Lemon Productions (“Rapid Lemon”) is pairing two short Absurdist Theater gems to create an evening of darkly-humorous nihilism at the Motor...

Review: ‘Little Women: The Musical’ at Third Wall Productions

Mother’s Day afternoon was spent in a Baltimore church basement where we gathered for the musical adaptation of Louisa May Alcott’s classic tale, Little Women....

‘The Show Must Go On!’ Preview, Part 2: Interview with Jessica...

Stoop Storytelling, the Baltimore-based live show and podcast that features regular people telling “the extraordinary, true tales of their lives” is partnering with Everyman...

‘The Show Must Go On!’ Preview, Part 1: Interview with Everyman...

In conjunction with their last show of the 2016/17 season – the classic farce, Noises Off – Everyman Theatre is partnering with Stoop Storytelling...

ENDS TONIGHT: Knee Plays – ‘The Cobweb’ by Lucia Treasure and...

The Cobweb “I’m really scared of forgetting things” When I was four or five years old, my brother climbed me up to a high branch in...

Remembering Anthony Lane Hinkle

Last week, the theater community suffered a great loss with the death of Anthony Lane Hinkle. Below is a lovely tribute, penned by our...

Review: H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum Presents: ‘The Treasures of New Galapagos,...

In the less than two years since it was founded, Submersive Productions (“Submersive”) has established so positive a reputation that tickets to many performances...

‘Beneatha’s Place’ at CENTERSTAGE by Amanda Gunther

As it turns out you still can’t live in a principle. The parallels are drawn here between Bruce Norris’ Pulitzer Prize-Winning play Clybourne Park...

‘Mud Blue Sky’ at CENTERSTAGE by Amanda Gunther

Tender compassion and wicked wit come to CENTERSTAGE as the world premier of Marisa Wegrzyn’s Mud Blue Sky rounds out the remainder of their 50th Anniversary...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ