The 14 Carat Cabaret Friday, November 13

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at 218 West Saratoga St.,
Downtown Baltimore
Maryland 21201
Doors open at 9:00 p.m.
$6 at door

The 14Karat Cabaret Presents

Written by Theresa Columbus
directed by Theresa Columbus and Joy Davis
“Scenes Play” explores Theresa’s relationship to herself, to seriousness, to performance and to you- dear reader and outside world. Presenting herself as herself directly beseeching the audience, or as several actors- Autumn Breaud, John Bylander, M. Jane Taylor, and Liz Zacharia- divvying up a speech, or as 5 characters doing abstract movement to the tune of Tiffany Defoe’s saxophone playing, or as 2 characters in dialog, her (slightly embarassing) desire to be the story is the basis of each scene. What is behind this desire at times seems to be an urge to impart wisdom, but often is exposed as a longing to explain her longing and every day fascinations, and to make these important. Always challenging the idea of how a performer conveys an idea and how a show can be structured, part of her every day emotion and desire is to break down standards used in performance. Lines between theater and performance art are often crossed, which leans into that wonder in the world: endless possibilities.

Professor Hersh and Susurrus Din’s Magic Lantern Spectacular
Special friday the 13th showing of James Sibley Watson and Melville Webber’s classic short silent horror film, “The Fall of the House of Usher” complete with musical and theatrical accompaniment. Waiver required in the instance of mortal peril!

Health and Safety is Dan Breen on drums, MC Schmidt on drums and keyboards and Neil Feather on guitaint and vibowheel. These cats deliver a whirling vortex of grooves, hooks and funny noises.

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