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Review: ‘Variations on Sacrifice’ by Rapid Lemon Productions at Baltimore Theatre...

Last night I had the immense pleasure of seeing eleven new plays by thirteen authors in Variations on Sacrifice. The Variations Project is an...

Review: ‘Love is a Blue Tick Hound’ at Rapid Lemon Productions...

No garden gnomes were injured in the writing of this review As part of the 2018 Women’s Voices Theater Festival, Rapid Lemon Productions is presenting...

Review: ‘The Cradle Will Rock’ at Iron Crow Theatre

It takes a lot of Joes to make a sound you can hear. Iron Crow Theatre is on fire right out of the gate with...

Review: ‘The Call of the Wild’ Starring Charlie Bethel at Baltimore...

A man with a club is a lawmaker. Charlie Bethel walks casually onto the stage, a metal coffee cup in hand, and gazes into the...

Charlie Bethel on His One-Man Show ‘The Call of the Wild’...

Tomorrow – Thursday, January 12, 2017, master storyteller Charlie Bethel returns to Charm City to perform his newest adaptation – a one-man show of...

Review: ‘Max Major’s THINK AGAIN’ at Baltimore Theatre Project

I’ll let you in on a secret. I’ve always wanted to see a mentalist performance. Until now, though, I’d been too scared to ever...

Review: ‘Look Through My Eyes’ at Baltimore Theatre Project

Mervin Primeaux-O’Bryant, who conceived Look Through My Eyes, is the Assistant Director for Quest Visual Theatre, a group of deaf, hard of hearing, and...

Review: ‘Let’s Get Personal’ at Baltimore Theatre Project

Let’s Get Personal, the new one-woman show playing this weekend at Baltimore Theatre Project, takes two things that typically get a bad rap –...

‘Cabaret Noir’ at Happenstance Theater at Baltimore Theatre Project

Femme fatales and fedoras, trench coats and torch songs, intrigue and suspense… such is the tagline for Happenstance Theater’s Cabaret Noir, and it offers...

‘The Revelation of Bobby Pritchard’ at Iron Crow Theatre Company

Sex. Love. God. Truth.  People risk everything for them. They are eaten by lions. They are burned at the stake. They die on crosses. And did...

‘Fortune’s Child’ at Baltimore Theatre Project

For the world premiere of Mark Scharf’s play, Fortune’s Child, the weather outside Baltimore’s Theatre Project was, indeed, “frightful,” yet inside the historic 1887...

‘4.48 Psychosis’ at Iron Crow Theatre Company

For those theatre-goers wanting a jaunty escape from the daily grind of everyday life, Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis may not be for you. This...

‘Where The Whangdoodle Sings’ at Generous Company at The Baltimore Theatre...

  Does your story matter? Will it be remembered and recorded in vivid Technicolor with all of the deep anguishing pains of its existence or...

‘The Tempest’ at Daydreams and Nightmares Aerial Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Misery acquaints a man with strange bedfellows, and none so strange as those found at the Daydreams and Nightmares Aerial Theatre. Taking to the...

‘Act A Lady’ at Iron Crow Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

There’s no trick to acting a lady, you simply need less as if your whole existence fatigues you. This great notion is a poignant...

Al Di Meola and Gonzalo Rubalcaba at The Barns of Wolf...

The Al Di Meola and Gonzalo Rubalcaba concert at the Barns of Wolf Trap could have been billed as an evening of piano and...

‘Slipping’ at Iron Crow Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

Even the blackest storm clouds can have a silver lining of hope and amid the dark tempestuous drama a gleaming beacon of light pierces...

‘Naomi’s Flight’ at In-Flight Theater by Amanda Gunther

A bold new fusion in performance art comes to the stage as In-Flight Theater presents Naomi’s Flight, an original work written and performed by...

‘Bad Panda’ at Iron Crow Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

As Fall rolls in it may be too chilly for a trip to the zoo, but you’ll have far more fun watching these animals...

Iron Crow Theatre Company Announces Its 2012-2013 Season by Joseph W....

Iron Crow Theatre Company is pleased and excited to announce our 3rd season. We will again be at residence at Baltimore Theatre Project, for all...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ