It is a measure of the Obama Administration’s successful wind-down of the war in Iraq that Dear Sara Jane, Victor Lodato’s complex meditation on the uses of violence now being given a careful and intelligent production by the Hub Theatre,
Archives for February 2010
Quest: Arts for Everyone, a Maryland-based organization “committed to using the arts to…enable individuals who have been marginalized to realize their full potential” will collaborate with The Theater Project and Creative Alliance of Baltimore and Washington’s Gallaudet University to stage QuestFest 2010, a two-week festival of primarily non-verbal theater, in the two cities. The festival […]
Matthew R. Wilson’s Great One-Man Commedia Epic is much more than a slap-stick, pratfall comedy, although it is all of that. He is an hilarious Harlequin of many faces.
QuestFest 2010, an international visual theatre festival produced by Quest in partnership with Gallaudet University in Washington and the Theatre Project and Creative Alliance in Baltimore, returns to the Baltimore/Washington area March 1-14, 2010, with a two-week long festival of performances and workshops featuring an international roster of deaf and hearing artists.
Hairspray delights audiences by sweeping them away to 1960’s Baltimore where the 50’s are out and change is in the air. Lovable plus-size heroine, Tracy Turnblad, has a passion for dancing and wins a spot on the local TV dance program, The Corny Collins Show. Over night she finds herself transformed from outsider to teen […]
The Charles Dickens classic tale of a waif in 19th century England comes alive brilliantly in this wondrous musical. Fleeing a life of workhouse servitude, Oliver arrives in London to seek his fortune, discovers the Crime School for Boys and a gallery of unforgettable low-lifes.
Broadway veteran and Dr. Oz dance fitness guru, Stepp Stewart presents the World Premiere of Show-n-Tell, his brand-new high-energy soul-stirring musical for kids … and for the kids that still live in the hearts of their parents.
With High Fidelity, Landless has done it again – another amazing production of a musical that just didn’t do well in NYC, and turned it into a winner.
Studio Theatre’s production of That Face isn’t pretty, but is instead a startling look into rich, ruined children forced to raise their monstrous parents from young playwright phenom Polly Stenham.
This classic romantic comedy seems to have withstood the test of time. Many remember Marilyn Monroe, as Cherie, in the 1956 film. The story still warms the audience like stepping inside from the cold of the Midwestern blizzard that provides the background for the play.