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Directed by Ryan Nictora, this play written by Wendy Weiner combines classical Greek goddesses with a non-traditional take with Hillary Rodham Clinton being the star in the conflict between the two goddesses.
The Peabody Institute presents Benjamin Britain: A Midsummer Night's Dream adaptation of Shakespeare's classic.
The classic tale of Don Quixote told through musical theatre.
The Peabody Institute performs Benjamin Britten: A Midsummer Night's Dream opera adaptation of Shakespeare's classic.
Charisma Wooten stars in the Helen Hayes-nominated play that offers zingers on everything from sexism to racism.
Cirque du Soleil honors the late King of Pop with a new show.
The pianist and composer performs "al chiaro di luna," a concert of jazz and classical music with an emphasis on Italian opera.
Ronald Harwood’s play within a play looks at a Shakespeare troupe in England trying to stage a production of King Lear as the Nazis are bombing the country during World War II.
Shakespeare's comedy centers on twin sisters in a shipwreck who wash ashore in the laand of Illyria.
This musical comedy features four actors, 15 characters, and five really bad dates.
Award-winning playwright Lauren Gunderson's new play about two highschool students who fall in love while researching Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass comes to the Olney Theatre Center as part of the National New Play Network's Rolling World Premiere.
A sexy, suspenseful new take on Robert Louis Stevenson's Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher and directed by John W. Ford. You won't want to miss this version of Hyde as he tackles revenge, lust, dominance and survival.
Eric Bland's 2010 play pulls together a large ensemble of 20-somethings to lay out their struggles.
La Bohème, the iconic opera composed by Giacomo Puccini, showcases the lives of writers and artists living in the Latin Quarter of Paris during the mid-1800s. The famous Broadway musical, Rent, is based off of the opera. La Bohème comprises the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra and various singers performing the story of Mimi and Rodolfo.
The Fells Point Corner Theater will host four plays by Anton Chekhov: The Dangers of Tobacco, The Proposal, The Relectant Tragic Hero, and The Bear.
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.
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