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‘A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story of Christmas’ at Olney Theatre Center

A cold, winter night… a charming theatre housing the town’s lovers of The Arts… and America’s favorite Christmas story – it felt like a storybook evening. It was if Charles Dickens was there-right beside me-reciting his own novella. And what a pleasure to be enlightened by Paul Morella’s adaptation of Dickens’ holiday classic.. What made this […]

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‘Spamalot’ at Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre

Summer Silliness: Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre Invites you to Spamalot What happens in Camelot stays in Camelot…and you really want to be there for the hijinks, the chaos, and the fun! Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre opened a top-notch, sparkling, and silly Spamalot in Winchester last night. This production runs through July 6th – and is […]

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‘Sister Act’ at Hippodrome Theatre

Holy heaven it’s time to raise your voice because the good news has arrived! The five-time Tony Award nominated musical Sister Act has descended from on high right into the midst of Baltimore at the Hippodrome Theatre as a part of the Broadway Across America— CareFirst Hippodrome Broadway Series. With Music by Alan Menken, Lyrics […]

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The Baltimore Rock Opera Society Holding Auditions on Sunday & Monday, 6/1-2 for “The Electric Pharoah” and ‘Gründlehämmer’ Video

The Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS) is holding auditions this Sunday and Monday, June 1 and 2 for “badass” actors, singers and dancers for their upcoming world-premiere, The Electric Pharaoh.  Auditions are 1:00 – 7:30p.m. Sunday and 7:00 – 10:00p.m. at BROS Headquarters at the Bell Foundry, 1st floor – 1539 North Calvert Street, in Baltimore, […]

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‘Into the Woods’ at NextStop Theatre Company

Happy Ever After: NextStop’s Innovative Into the Woods Gloriously Updates a Classic for a New Generation NextStop Theatre Company’s Into the Woods is a glorious reinterpretation of the Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine classic musical. This fractured fairy tale is brought brilliantly to life by the actors and orchestra – as well as a truly […]

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‘The Foreigner’ at Vagabond Players

How does one acquire personality? Surely it’s not as easy as attending an uproarious comedy at America’s Oldest Continuously Operating Little Theatre? But of course it is! Vagabond Players has just the play in mind for anyone wanting a little personality or just a rollicking good evening of laughable good comedy as they present Larry […]

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‘Top Girls’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Everyone tries to cope with the ordinary drudgeries of their lives, some do better than others when it comes to success with their coping skills. Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls attempts to illustrate that point as Fells Point Corner Theatre. Directed by Richard Barber, the play, classified as a contemporary drama, explores the notions of female […]

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Tasty Tidings Part 3: An Interview with Shani Hadjian on Spotlighters’ ‘Five Course Love’

There’s even more trouble in the kitchen! What with Barbie needing a man named Ken, Sofia having an affair with Gino, and Rosalinda being caught in a three-way love triangle! Continuing the Tasty Tidings interview series, actor Shani Hadjian has joined us for her inside scoop on the new musical at Spotlighters Theatre – Five Course Love. […]

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‘If/Then’ at The Richard Rodgers Theatre

If/Then, the musical with the biggest heart you can imagine, is now back home in the Big Apple, and just like its main character, Elizabeth (the incomparable Idina Menzel), it is starting over in Manhattan, right where it belongs. I admit to having first met and fallen in love with If/Then during its out-of-town fling […]

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‘Bring It On: The Musical’ at The Music Center at Strathmore

Elphaba, step aside! The high-flying cast of the Tony-award nominated best musical Bring It On: The Musical is defying gravity and launching itself to new heights—literally—and there’s not a single broomstick in sight. With an original story by Tony Award winner Jeff Whitty (Avenue Q), Bring It On: The Musical features the same lovable and […]

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