Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

The reasons to indulge baroque action flick John Wick 3 (out now) are as follows: Halle Berry's Belgian Malinois who follow her around and become the biting, bounding, snarling centerpiece ...

A Baltimore Performance Company Launched from a Moravia Home

Alisha and Scott had been involved D.C.’s theater and music scenes for years, and were beginning to breathe life into their own fledgling arts organization, Afro House. But they needed a change.

“Outside” opens with a slow-moving shot of a black couple holding each other attentively. The anxious voice of a woman unseen is heard asking, “What’s happening right now?” Police sirens ...

The Bastard Film Encounter brings outlandish and unpleasant films to Baltimore this weekend In 1971 the nonprofit Joseph P. Kennedy, Jr., Foundation produced an educational film called "Who Should Survive?: ...

An interview with Marquis Revlon Clanton and Joseph Plaster on the historic collaboration between JHU Peabody Library and Baltimore's ballroom community The JHU Peabody Library is one of Baltimore's architectural ...

This Sunday's event at Hotel Revival showcases local women in the arts and other professions Cheyanne Zadia is encouraging women to speak louder. The 27-year-old is a curator from West ...

Abbi Jacobson and cinematographer Ashley Connor on Broad City at the Parkway Theatre A scene from the second-to-last episode of Broad City, which airs tonight, crystallizes my obsession with this show ...

Ejay McDonald promotes black liberation through monthly rap and dance event Be Civil Battles

We flipped a coin; I had to go first. The lights from the ceiling disappeared along with the audience.

The first film produced by new cinematic vanguard The Ummah Chroma Collective demonstrates a turning of the tide We’re trying to be emanations of the culture. To me, that’s the ...

Dan Gilroy's art-world satire/horror flick picks all the lowest-hanging fruit A slasher flick that seizes on the real-life hilarity and horror of the contemporary art world should leave you both ...

Musical adaptation of Alison Bechdel’s Fun Home chronicles childhood memories and small town repression, by Bret McCabe One of the many problems with having two parents is that sometimes you lose ...

Jennifer Rubell's Ivanka Vacuuming Exhibit at Flashpoint DC: An Interview by Lyric Prince I came to the Ivanka Vacuuming exhibit a bit breathless and self-conscious. I made sure that the ...

The Black Femme Supremacy Film Fest Event Offers a Taste of Black Women Centered Films by Lisa Snowden-McCray “I think of a lot of my favorite films and I think ...

Sweat at Everyman Theater Mines Small Town Blue Collar Existences in America

Sweat isn’t the kind of play you walk away from feeling good about.

The vision of a conductor, the relevance of classical music, and why Marin Alsop is the “pinnacle of perseverance and change," according to Joseph Young

I first saw Cyrus Chestnut perform live at the concert of an excellent young bassist named Kris Funn, who were both Baltimore natives. Chestnut, who had been sitting in the ...

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