"Named Baltimore's Best New Theatre in 2008, Single Carrot Theatre strives to infuse theatre with new life while entertaining and educating our community with socially significant productions. Single Carrot is a driving force for theatrical innovation in Baltimore—championing new and diverse works, reinvigorating the classics, and fiercely supporting the growth of young artists.
Single Carrot's intimate 45-seat theatre offers audiences a truly unique perspective."
Credit: Chris Hartlove
By Pulitzer Prize winner and Maryland native Paula Vogel. Told in part through puppetry and set on the outskirts of Washington D.C. (inside the Beltway) we follow the journey of a family on their annual Christmas trek and explores the age-old question Why does my family suck so much?
Fear not, this production has nothing to do with holiday cheer. Maryland native Paula Vogel's play tackles some doozies, including terminal illness and infidelity, all in the context of a family road trip. In the words of the press release, it "unearths the lifelong effects of trauma and sexual alienation through the use of Bunraku-inspired puppetry." Yeah, so you'll be needing that free beer and wine (with valid ID). (Andrea Appleton)
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