Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Typical Western heroics are tempered with nods to paternal US intervention and CIA-style meddling in Robert Aldrich's 1954 western Vera Cruz (screening at the Charles on July 27, 29, and ...

Theatergoers, picture this: You're in your seat dutifully being as quiet as possible. You're watching a story unfold onstage when, out of the corner of your eye, you spy somebody ...

At the Baltimore Museum of Art, a museum that is free, on its most easily accessible floor, not far from one of its entrances, you can wander into a dark ...

Two very kyooooot homunculi—one pink, the other purple—sit on a beach and contemplate, in Russian, the infinite by way of the sand surrounding them. Millions and millions of grains rendered, ...

When TT The Artist brings her Baltimore club music documentary Dark City: Beneath the Beat to the Parkway Theatre June 26 and the Reginald F. Lewis Museum June 28 for ...

This was my first Pride in the US. I wasn’t entirely sure what to expect, and the way Baltimoreans new and old spoke to me about it built up a ...

It took all of maybe 10 minutes into the version of "Cats, Criminals, & Comedians" that I saw Christine Ferrera perform at MICA a year or so ago before I ...

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.

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