The Gold Night: Baltimore Rock Opera Does It Again

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When an ancient Ice Worm awakens, an unlikely crew must come together or face an icy doom. New from the Baltimore Rock Opera Society, The Gold Night is a survival horror story with a heart of gold. Set in the 1890s Klondike Gold Rush, this experimental rock musical follows a group of prospectors, grifters, misfits, and a piano-playing sasquatch fighting for survival in a world threatened by money, monsters, and the unforgiving ice.

More information and tickets here.

We hope you enjoy these performance and behind the scenes photos by Jill Fannon.


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