Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Murder! Retaliation! And More Reasons to See the New Adaptation of Aeschylus’ Ancient Greek Drama

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company's current production, an adaption of Aeschylus’ Oresteia trilogy by Ellen McLaughlin, is brilliantly directed by Lise Bruneau and features outstanding performances by Isabelle Anderson as Clytemnestra and Lizzi Albert as Electra. On stage through March 10.

A Pop-up Queer Cabaret and Art Space Breathes New Life into Storied North Avenue Market Locale

What happens when you give a group comprising drag queens, vintage furniture enthusiasts, theater kids, and a mixologist free reign over a vacant storefront for six weeks? Find out this weekend at the closing of "Bad Casting and Other Questionable Decisions: Paintings by Alix Tobey Southwick."

Rapid Lemon Production at The Strand Theater Breaks Down the Fences

The Book of Grace opens with a familiar theme, the love-hate relationship between a domineering father and an aspiring son. By the end of the play that conflict has taken on world-shattering significance for both men.

Baltimore's Beloved Dance Collective Finds a New Home

Mobtown is about more than just connecting with a dance partner, it’s about connecting with the city you live in and the people around you.

A Baltimore Literary Festival that gathers readers together with authors

The second annual Lost Weekend was an intimate and fun event featuring something for Baltimoreans of all ilk.

The Acme Corporation Finds Salvation Among Community in their Newest Opera

"The Lights Went Out Because of a Problem," an opera created in Baltimore, is at the Voxel through December 17, 2023

Baltimore-Based Groups Participate in a Global Theater Festival to Inspire Action

Coinciding with the U.N. Climate Change Conference, Baltimore-based Plays and Readings

A Monthly Reading Series Pairs Authors and Poets with Wine and Sake

Ashleigh Bryant Phillips and Joseph Grantham started Hidden Palace, a reading series for poetry and fiction, at Fadensonnen

Nicoletta Daríta de la Brown and the Tabb Center Public Humanities Fellowships

This fall, after working months in her studio, de la Brown is responding to what she uncovered in the archives with a public art installation in the George Peabody Library called Be(longing): Unveiling the Imprint of Black Women Hidden in Plain Sight.

The Historic Story of Afong Moy Speaks to a Present Audience, Through November 19th

The two-person cast, Tuyết Thị Phạm (Afong Moy) and Đavid Lee Huỳnh (Atung), under Nana Dakin’s skillful direction, show the effect of cultural exploitation on the individual. They also, along with the talented design team, raise the question of whether we are complicit in that exploitation.

On Stage Through November 19th

The Vagabond Players have opened their 108th season with a handsome production of Tim Rice’s Cold War rock opera Chess. Under Stephen M. Deininger’s excellent direction, this neglected work has come back to Baltimore’s Broadway with a bang. 

A Decades-Long Baltimore Tradition Illuminates Patterson Park

On Saturday, October 21, 2023, the 24th Great Halloween Lantern Parade & Festival presented by Creative Alliance in collaboration with Friends of Patterson Park kicked-off fall season proper in Southeast Baltimore.

Photos From the Stage and Behind the Scenes at the Baltimore Rock Opera Society's Gold Night

The Newest Production from the BROS features an adventure in a gold mine and a battle against a mysterious monster, in photos by Jill Fannon

August Art Walk in Station North Arts District's Greenmount West Area

Photos from Open Works, Area 405, Gallery CA, Night Owl Gallery, the Style Lounge Boutique, and more!

A Fresh Adaption by Joanie Schultz on Stage Through September 28th

This season, Everyman leads off with an innovative staging of A Doll’s House, the play for which Ibsen is best known.

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