Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Nights on the Fringe Opens Tonight at the Newly-Renovated Peale, Bringing Weird and Wonderful Performance in an Intimate Format

Charm City Fringe is officially back at The Peale tonight and tomorrow after a two-year hiatus caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.

Photos from a BmoreArt Subscriber Event: A House Concert with King Midas and the Natives

One of the perks of being an Artist or Premium-level subscriber at BmoreArt are our events! This one was hosted by arts patron Kris Kudrnac, with pizza from Dizzy Cow, beer from Guilford Hall Brewing, and ice cream from the Charmery.

Photos by E. Brady Robinson of the Great Lantern Parade

The festival and glowing parade procession from Patterson Park to the Pulaski Monument

Latin-American outdoor market and celebration for Hispanic Heritage Month

Photos by Elena Volkova of performances and participants on September 24 at Creative Alliance's Tianquiztli market

Anything can be a puppet, anyone a puppeteer

A Puppet Slamwich is geared for an adult audience, yet it taps into a childlike imaginary realm where inanimate objects are stirred to life through playful action.

Photo essay and interview with Donna L. Jacobs, Full Circle’s Artistic Director

Full Circle Dance Company's interpretation of home offers a chance for audiences in Baltimore to consider dance in a whole new way

The prolific artist brings his talents to the festival of improvised, experimental music this weekend

Although this will be his first in-person performance with High Zero, Chacon performed in High Zero’s virtual festival in 2020 with Tatsuya Nakatani and Carlos Santistevan.

John Tyler, a multi-instrumentalist, created Love Groove Festival to enable visual, musical, and performing artists to mix

“I was so in love with everything, and it seemed like a good way to bring different communities together," Tyler says.

A collective started in memoriam of a late friend and collaborator brings a DIY art market and music fest to Howard Street

This Saturday, September 10th, local record label Shiny Boy Press is teaming up with Le Mondo to bring the city a new music and art festival highlighting homegrown acts you might miss otherwise. 

Remembering a consummate art raconteur with a big heart who blossomed here, a brilliant artist, collaborator, and friend

David was one of us, a crazy good art citizen. He leaves a bountiful legacy behind.

The series has featured reimaginations of speeches by the likes of James Baldwin, Mother Jones, and Shirley Chisholm

The miniseries concludes on August 25, with Bobby Harris as Nixon defending himself in his infamous 1973 “I Am Not a Crook” press conference.

Baltimore creative powerhouse Landis Expandis virtually reinvents himself as a power trio 

In a town full of creatives who might claim the title of “hardest working artist in town,” Landis “Expandis” McCord is arguably among those with a real shot at that crown. 

A photo essay featuring Baltimore-Washington jazz musicians performing live

A photographer on a mission to document jazz musicians during COVID-19 hardships

The Baltimore supergroup Old Songs features Elizabeth Downing, Mark Jickling, and Chris Mason

As with many of the poets Old Songs has explored, Callimachus was equally at home writing grand paeans to deities as he was writing personal, even confessional verse. 

Baltimore Pride Takes to the Sea

Photo Essay: A Three Hour Cruise Featuring the Absolutely Dragulous Brunch Bunch

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