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The Murder Mystery company kicks off it's spring season with "Crime and Pun-ishment," A Murder Myster Dinner.
Climb aboard The Black-Eyed Susan for "'Til Death Do Us Part," this week's installment of the riverboat murder mystery cruises. Featuring a three-course meal, the cruise investigates the relationship between a famous millionaire and his young bride.
Black Cherry Puppet Theater presents: Puppet Slamwich! Introducing to the Baltimore series, puppeteers such as Madison J. Cripps, Kevin Sherry, Alex Vernon, Sarah Olmsted Thomas, Daniel Friedman, David Greenfieldboyce, Chuck Green, and Katherine Fahey. With musical guests, Kenny the Bowlegged Gorilla, Art Cohen, and Max Bent.
As part of "The Raisin Cycle" featuring two plays inspired by A Raisin in the Sun, Center Stage presents this play about a white middle-class neighborhood that becomes predominantly black in the '60s and then undergoes gentrification in 2009.
A Raisin in The Sun's Beneatha Younger is given an expanded role
A satrical look at race and gentriciation, one of two plays presented by Center Stage that pick up where Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in The Sun left off.
A play within a play about men from a Prohibition-era town who dress in womens clothing and put on a production.
A real estate salesman tries to maintain while selling land to less-than-willing buyers.
Richard Wesley's drama about a Vietnam veteran adjusting to normal life after the war.
A play about serial killer H.H. Holmes during Chicago 1893 World’s Fair
The first social network LambdaMoo and how it was hijacked
Harold Pinter's 1960's play about a homeless man (played by Marc Horwitz) who is invited by two working class brothers to stay in a dilapidated London flat that begins a war of treachery, dominance, and mystery.
Fells Point Corner Theater presents David Mamet's comedy, recently revived on Broadway, a story about a cutthroat real estate salesmen trying to grind out living by pushing plots of land on reluctant buyers. The play is directed by Barry Feinstein.
The well-known William Shakespeare play will be performed. There will be a pay what you can preview on Thursday, May 16th.
Trish Harnetiaux's new play explores a 1993 Village Voice article called "A Rape in Cyberspace." This play directed by Eric Nightengale deals with online relationships formed on LambdaMOO, the first text-only social network.
A divorced couple rekindle their relationship while they are on honeymoon with their new spouses.
The No Boundaries theatre troupe presents the classic musical Mary Poppins in conjunction with the Howard County Department of Recreation and Parks and the Howard County Arts Council. The troupe offers young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to perform in front of an audience.
Spotlighters Theatre presents A Delicate Balance, written by Edward Albee and directed by Fuzz Roark. The Pulitzer Prize-winning drama explores what happens when an unexpected visit disrupts the complacent lives of a middle-aged couple.
Private Lives, a play about a divroced couple each on their honeymoon with their new spouses, opens at Vagabond Players.
A comedy about the misadventueres of two men
Everyman Theatre is closing out its season with The Beaux' Stratagem, a comedy about two men who are short on money but full of adventure.
The Mobtown players spin on the original Greek tragedy about a woman who takes revenge on her husband.
A stage production based upon the writings of Peruvian author Carlos Castaneda on shamanism.
Eugene Lee's muder mystery about eight Texans at a local bar.
Shakespeare's tragedy about muder and revenge. The production will run at two different venues.
Shakepeare's comedy about love within different realms. This production will take place at two different venues.
Euripdes' tale of muder, infidelity and revenge directed by Mobtown Players member Lizzie Jump.
Tennesee Williams' classic memory play
Two couples, one vying for the attention of the other
This years KarmaFest features Bhakti Tree, Raa Djarsi, Linda Biggs, David London as well as holistic healing, meditation, spiritualist, healthy food and more!
Current Gallery presents an exhibition of new work by photgrapher Kyle Tata. In addition to the exhibit, Current is also releasing a catalog of Tata's work.
The 2013 Sowebo Arts and Music Festival, on Sunday May 26th between noon and 8pm, features some of Baltimore's best bands performing on 3 stages, a variety of arts and crafts from more than 40 artists, the SoweboPoster show and auction, interactive art and craft exhibits, and much more.
Honor the graves of African American veterans at the Mount Auburn Cemetery on May 26. Then on Memorial Day, there will be a flag ceremony, a reading of Memorial Day poems, and a recreation of the historic 1880 Memorial Day observance. Also check out a Memorial Day service at Loudon Park National Cemetery involving music, a musket salute, and wreath laying.
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