Fells Point Corner Theatre presents an original comedy written by veteran Baltimore actor Larry Malkus about a 40-year-old who just got laid off and must now deal with the problems that come with being a stay-at-home dad.
Shakespeare's classic romantic comedy performed outdoors, featuring the usual treachery.
Baltimore Shakespeare Factory presents "Measure for Measure," Shakespeare's dramedy that questions public morality, sin, and crime.
Yasmine Reza's play tracks the transformation of seemingly diplomatic adults into petulant, angry children. It is somewhat of a warped mirror for audiences who realize that they may not be so mature either.
The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory performs the moody comedy about a man arrested by the temporary leader of Vienna.
Open mic by a special guest followed by open mic of all genres, including poetry, comedy, and fiction, just to name a few. Even if it's only the slightest bit creative get on stage and show your stuff.
The comedy that brings the frantic theater rehearsal to the forefront.
The Tony Award-winning musical, based on the movie of the same name, follows a Dublin street musician who is about to give up on his dream when a young woman takes an interest in his music.
Center Stage performs the Tony Award-winning musical about Wolfgan Amadeus Mozart and his rival in 18th century Vienna, Antonio Salieri.
The Adventure Theatre performs plays for children along with offering classes and workshops in the theater arts.
This Hampden gallery was established in 2004 as a gallery for the promotion of local and regional artists and now represents the work over 100 artists. The gallery displays a variety of mediums including painting, pastel and oil stick, mixed media and collage, jewelry, textiles, sculpture, decorative furniture, accessories, wood, ceramic and glass. The artwork presented in the main gallery is constantly changing as artists add new work, but Antreasian also has a separate gallery space for current exhibitions, which highlight a particular theme or medium, occur every six weeks from September through June.
The Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre puts on seven shows a season including two musicals, one children's show (usually over the holidays), and both well-known plays and ones by local playwrights. Many of the Spotlighters performances are based on contemporary plays.
This non-profit museum is dedicated to preserving the history of Baltimore's public transportation, particularly that of the streetcar. Exhibits and activities include displays, unlimited rides on streetcars, a carhouse tour and audio-visual presentations of Baltimore streetcar history.
The Burck Center for the Performing Arts contains the large Ceres M. Horn Theatre and the smaller Osborn Black Box Theater. Performances include McDonogh School sponsored events along with outside groups who use the space.
The Cabaret features the Children's Theatre productions during renovations along with musicals and performances by the Cockpit in Court players.
Vermont's Classika Theatre presents family performances including puppet shows and retold fairy tales; their adult performances tend to have an international flair. The theater has no food available but is located in a neighborhood full of bistros and cafes.
This Ellicott City museum is housed in the oldest railway station in America and offers a look at 19th century life and transportation, replete with reenactors playing the parts of 19th century Americans. The restored rooms of this 1830 railroad building display artifacts and private collections having to do with American history. An 1885 Freight House features an operating 40ft. scale model of the first thirteen miles of railroad in America, and visitors may also climb aboard a 1927 Caboose on as well as view other trains and train models. The museum has won acclaim for its three " living history" exhibits, which occur every year: Civil War: the Maryland Story, Roads to Rails: the birth and early development of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad and the Holidays Model Train Gardens.
The founders of the museum began with only four wax figures and a dream. Now the museum has over 20 wax figures, which chronicle the history and heritage of African American history. The displays deal with many issues in African American history including slavery and racist oppression. The museum leads several outreach activities for young African Americans in Baltimore.
The Gunston Arts Center is a multi-purpose facility featuring many performances year round. It has two spaces: the Theatre I and the black box Theatre II.
The Hays House is a frame house built during 1788-89, which exists now as it did from 1813-1825. It is the oldest preserved home in Bel Air and its mission is to show adults and children alike how a family of rural gentry in the county seat lived in colonial times.
Buffet meal with every Broadway production they put on, their Children's Theatre does a lunch show for kids of classics like Beauty and the Beast.
The Maryland Science Center, located at the Inner Harbor, has three floors of hands-on exhibits, the Davis Planetarium, the Crosby Ramsey Memorial Observatory, traveling special exhibits, and an IMAX theater, which shows both 2-D and 3-D films. There are many activities for kids.
This 18th century Georgian mansion, a registered National Historic Landmark in Carroll Park in southwest Baltimore, was built by Charles Carroll, Barrister in 1760 as the center of his 800 acre Patapsco River plantation. Visitors may tour the mansion and see the rooms and objects of everyday life of the Carroll family. The museum hosts a number of history tours such as Mount Clare: A History of the Carroll Family in Residence, 1760-1850; Mistress of Mount Clare: Margaret Tilghman Carroll & Her World; and Revolutionary Women: Portraits of Independence, 1760-1960. School tours include Mount Clare's Traveling Trunk and Colonial Life Then and Now. There are special events that take place each month, which may include making hand-made ice-cream, and 18th century dance lesson and a dramatic reading of the Declaration of Independence.
If any one thing brought the members of ...soihadto... together, it's the belief that music isn't simply meant to be listened to, it's to be experienced. Rahn, Duff, Honus and Yungwirth fuel their performances with a love for the pure, immersive sound of performing live. The ...soihadto... story began in 2006 in Baltimore, Maryland. By combining a variety of influences from indie to punk to hardcore to soul-funk and an incomparable melodic approach, the sound of ...soihadto... is as varied and unique as their rapidly growing fan-base. The concept for the bands debut EP was simple: they wanted it to be less of a traditional album, and more of a personal invitation to feel and experience a live performance. The EP is a spontaneous, yet highly kinetic performance, and is the closest you can get to being on stage with the band. The band recorded their upcoming album at the Magpie Cage Studio with producer/engineer J. Robbins. While ...soihadto... have just started their journey, the combination of their unique musical stylings and the furious energy of their live performances have made them a rising band to watch.
"comprised of four classical guitarists, the 1 East Guitar Quartet is a chamber ensemble that works closely with today's best composers (including a few Baltimore residents) to promote and perform new music. 1EastGQ also explores the world of Renaissance and Medieval music to help bring this music back to life, creating and performing exciting new arrangements."
"Instrumental, experimental, saxophone-driven, song-based, high-energy rock."
Multi-instrumentalist and eclectic performer who seamlessly combines elements of hip-hop, gospel, classical, bossa-nova, and gamelan. His new album All Day I Dream About Music is currently available at Tower Records, CD baby, and www.adidammusic.com.
Experimental collective featuring John Berndt, Catherine Pancake, Andy Hayleck, and Eric Franklin.
"Solo nylon string guitarist. Specializes in Latin and ethnic music. Repertoire contains some classical standards by Bach, Tarrega, Albeniz, Granados, and De Falla"
"Solo songmaker/multi-instrumentalist practicing the art of neo-folk/pop. Music focuses on vocal melody, surreal textures and poetic lyrics. Instrumentation includes electric/classical guitar, saxophone, drums, piano and voice."
"extreme lo-fidelity, layers of sound, pop music"
"Welcome to the cabaret of the third millenium. Between Brecht, Satie and the circus Pinder, Anne Watts and Boister impose a style that only belongs to them. Derailing the mainstream, the charm [of] this sound catches up to you insidiously." (in the words of the band)
"A conglomerate of free form Baltimore/DC musicians that mixes Dub, Reggae, Funk, Acid Jazz, Trip Hop, Psychedelic, Breakbeat, Ska, Punk, Neo Soul, Afrobeat."
"En Vind Av Sorg
La seg tungst
De Eldstes hus
En eim av Frost
pa en allerede Frossen sjel
Et savn av Hyllest
fra disse De Edle sinn
Minnes de svundne Tider
Et Hav av Tid
har gaet siden Den gang
Norroners tro og skikk
Til Skogen hjem en Kom
og trakk luften inn
Her lukter det Kristen manns blod
- igler pa Vare Hjerter"
"'What you see is what you get.' Baltimore natives Athens is Burning, embrace those very words that many have used to describe charm city. With songs of heart ache, wrongful death, lost love, haunting dreams, and distressing realities. Athens is Burning persist on setting themselves apart from the rest of the Baltimore music scene.
Classical guitar quartet featuring Chris Dunn, Orlando Roman, and Akiko Sumi
"heavy, melodic, creative and chaotic.. the Bag Of Humans has become a house-hold name in Baltimore's heavy music scene by creating elaborate, insanity-inducing rhythms and shows for approximately a decade. Although the band is shrouded in mystery, they appear once or twice a year to do nationwide tour or to record."
Three Japanese musicians in Baltimore Area who play classical, musical pieces and Japanese songs.
Soprano: Satoko Ouchi
Piano: Yoshie Kubota
Trombone: Fumiaki Sato
"The Baltimore Mandolin Orchestra is a 30-piece ensemble of mandolin-family instruments (mandolins, mandolas, mandocellos, mandobasses) and classical guitars. It was founded in 1924. David T. Evans is the director and mandolin soloist, and soprano Beatrice Gilbert is the featured vocal soloist. The orchestra's repertoire includes light classical and traditional mandolin music, concert dances, marches, rags, show tunes and other traditional and popular compositions for mandolin orchestra."
Collective of Maryland/DC, promoters, party crews, DJs, producers, artists, venue representatives, collaborators, motivators, rave, club, & party goers feelin’ the fresh revival of Charm City’S DJs and music nightlife! Whether you are the DJ, the promoter, or the partygoer, BSB is a citywide unit so that when you go out, you know the people; when you spin, you have the crowd; when you throw parties, everyone is there!
The Black Eyed Susan authentic Mississippi river boat hosts a murder mystery and dinner cruise, with a different mystery with each cruise.
Presented by the Watership Partnership will feature live music, food trucks, a Kid's Zone, and more.
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