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Tag Archives | Caitlin Bouxsein

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Interview: Submersive Productions Co-Artistic Directors GLENN RICCI and URSULA MARCUM on ‘H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum presents: The Treasures of New Galapagos, Astonishing Acquisitions from the Perisphere.’

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 Galapagos, Astonishing Acquisitions from the Perisphere. Drawing on myriad arts and disciplines – performance, movement, video, lights, objects, interactive sets, exceptional puppetry and an original soundtrack – it is a […]

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Review: H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum Presents: ‘The Treasures of New Galapagos, Astonishing Acquisitions From the Perisphere’

In the less than two years since it was founded, Submersive Productions (“Submersive”) has established so positive a reputation that tickets to many performances of its new immersive theater experience, H.T. Darling’s Incredible Musaeum presents: The Treasures of New Galapagos, Astonishing Acquisitions from the Perisphere (“Musaeum”) were sold out well in advance of opening night. […]

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Review: ‘The Tempest’ at The Baltimore Annex Theater

It’s only the end of January and, with its production of The Tempest, The Baltimore Annex Theater (“Annex”) has already set a very high bar for my 2017 theater viewing. Founding Artistic Director Evan Moritz says his plan to stage The Tempest “began germinating” five years ago.  Whatever occurred during the intervening half-decade to help […]

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‘RSVP’ at Glass Mind Theatre

Please, Thank You, bow at the waist. Miss Manners herself is back in town. Way, way back in the 1920’s where the peak of high society began to crumble out from beneath itself. How has society fallen away from the lessons of cultivated sophistication that Emily Post published in her book Etiquette so long ago? […]

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Aegeus (Steven Shriner) and Medea (Rachael Rash). Photo courtesy of Mobtown Players.

‘Medea’ at Mobtown Players by Amanda Gunther

Here’s looking at you, kid. Or maybe just a stroll down Hollywood and Vine will get you in the mood for this 1930’s adaptation of Euripides’ Medea. Harking back to the golden age of film with all its polish and flare, The Mobtown Players present this posh makeover of a tragic Greek classic, Directed by […]

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