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Nineteen dance companies from seven states perform.
The third in Everyman Theatre's panel discussion series, presented in conjunction with their production of The Dresser. This discussion offers a behind-the-scenes peek into the production and mechanics of the production of a play, from historical examples to contemporary.
The creators of South Park, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, Tony Award winning musical centers on two Mormons and their journey to Africa. The Book of Mormon combines witty comedy with innovate song numbers for your entertainment.
The city's largest Irish celebration! Watch the streets turn green from noon - 9 p.m, featuring drink specials ($2.50 miller lite/$3.50 blue moon & red apple ale) at 17 Fed Hill bars and discounted Irish food. Irish bagpiper will entertain and free green beads and St.Patty's swag will be available. Ticket sales will benefit The Federal Hill Hospitality Association (nonprofit).
Authors Misty Copeland (Life in Motion: An Unlikely Ballerina), Lauren Francis-Sharma ('Til the Well Runs Dry), Deborah Johnson (The Secret of Magic) and Sujata Massey (The Sleeping Sharma) do individual readings then engage in a reception with the audience. Taking place at Pratt Central Library.
Join the community for this free awareness celebration. All attendees will recieve a $150 gift card to the Sofa Store and attendees who register for Walk MS: Maryland 2014 will recieve an additional $100 gift card to the Sofa Store and be entered in a raffle for prizes. Children's entertainment will include Fit! Gym fun activities, Mr.Jones and his Amazing Suitcase, photos with the Oriole Bird and Poe the Raven. Popular children's movies will also play throughout the day on big screens and children have the opportunity to tour a Baltimore County fire truck. Enjoy free refreshments such as popcorn, pigs in a blanket and cookies.
Husband-and-wife Sarah Halpern and Tim Geraghty feature exciting new work in cinema features such as 3D video, 16mm performace, 35mm film strips and multiple projection.
This program - open to Brownie, Junior, Cadette and Senior levels - requires advanced registration and will focus on Electric Fashion. Scouts will make their own fashion bracelets that light up with LEDs as well as learn about the elements of desiging, crafting and sewing.
Seth Romatelli and Jonathan Larroquette take their popular comedy podcast on the road for a live show.
MICA will be screening the 1932 cult classic "Freaks" in conjunction with the exhibtion "The Amazing Johnny Eck." Following the film there will be a Q&A with folkorist Elaine Eff, sideshow historian James Taylor, and John "Jack" Gaylin, a long-time friend of Eck's.
The BSO acompanies an animated story by Greg Smith about a ferret causing trouble in an old instrument shop. Interactive and education musical activites will be provided for children prior to the show.
Join a suprise guest for a buffet luncheon immediately following BSO family concerts.
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