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This show brings the rich history of Baltimore burlesque alive on the Oprea stage showcasing the very best of local artists.
The Olney Theatre Center will host the musical Once On This Island, about a young woman and her struggle between the forces of love and prejudice.
Experience the magic of Michael Cantor while indulging in full-course cuisines.
Conducted by Marin Alsop with pianist Yekwon Sunwoo.
The French opera classic is performed.
A performance by Peabody's jazz orchestra
Jack and his friend Daisy the cow are given magical beans by a mysterious man and embark on magical adventures. The musical will run as a part of the Pumpkin Theatre's season of "Discovering New Friendships Through Familiar Tales."
Food, drinks, and of course cabaret perfromances along with a silent auction are all abundent at this annual fundraiser that supports Pumpkin Theater.
The Jets and the Sharks face off in this classic stage musical.
The child chorus performs.
The musical ensemble performs.
Aerialist Kelly Jo Stull presents a cirque production illustrating dawn to dusk, featuring a complimentary champagne intermission with an aerial pour. The performance features spectacles such as partner balance, dance, and wheel talents.
The group performs at Leith Symington Griswold Hall.
This satire, set in 20th century Czechoslovakia, involves a company president, Mr. Gross, who struggles to translate a memorandum written in the newly invented language of Ptedype. What follows is a send-up of typical office bureaucracy.
Center Stage performs Christopher Durang’s Tony Award-winning comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike about two sisters and their movie-star sibling.
Director Walter Dallas makes his Everyman debut with the story of Vera Stark, an African-American maid to turned movie star. Set in the thick of 1930s Hollywood, Vera's story is funny and entertaining as she tries to uncover the truth about Hollywood.
Goucher University presents Machiavelli's The Mandrake--the story of one man's quest to bed a beautiful woman, no matter the obstacles.
The Vagabond Players will perform The Foreigner, an acclaimed play about a shy Englishman who pretends not to understand his American guests as they confess their secrets to him.
The dark comedy is about a woman who celebrates her promotion to the top of a London employment industry by inviting her heroines from art and history to join her.
The Red Branch Theatre Company will host john & jen, a musical about Jen Tracy and her relationships with her brother and son, both named John.
Rep Stage will close out their season with The Fantasticks, an acclaimed musical of romance and loss.
Rep Stage puts on a musical classic chronicaling the love story of two young people seperated by their parents.
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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