Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

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 ...

Brick X Brick's Socially Engaged Performances Protest US Policies that Uphold White Supremacy, Patriarchy, and Rape Culture by Ada Pinkston On October 5th, I woke up at 5:00 am without an ...

A Baltimore-based Contemporary Dance Company Defies Tradition by Lauren H. Smith For LucidBeings, to breathe is to dance. LucidBeings is a contemporary dance company that straddles the line between sensible and ...

Ten Not-To-Be-Missed Projects, Exhibits, and Performances at Artscape 2018 by Cara Ober Artscape is hot. Artscape is big. Artscape is a lot. If you make the commitment to attend America's ...

A Photo Essay by Houlton Mahaney According to Baltimore Pride, "Each year in June, the GLCCB kicks off Pride Month in celebration of Baltimore’s vibrant LGBTQ/SGL community. Baltimore Pride has ...

Before heading off to Las Vegas, performance artist Marcus Civin hits the "Protest Gym" by Bret McCabe Look, I get it: This week—this month, this year—can make you feel like ...

BootPrints: Standing Room Only at the Peale Center is an Immersive Experience in Black Memory by Angela N. Carroll “God specting womens to lay down and gurd up. Womens have to ...

Nilewater Multimedia FESPACO West Afro Caribbean Film Festival at Motor House by Angela N. Carroll On Friday March 25th, Nilewater Multimedia, a multimedia company representing Africa and the African Diaspora, ...

A Photo Essay by Zachary Z. Handler Moving Walls is a site specific performance featuring Noa Heyne, Sidney Pink, Sarah Smith, Matthew Williams, and Khristian Weeks at The Peale Center in ...

Cities, Memories, and the Experimental Films of Margaret Rorison Editor's Note: This profile was originally released in the BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas: Issue 06   All city landscapes ...

Light City Baltimore 2018 by Kelsey Marden A crowd of people were standing under a square, metal awning, struggling to get a glimpse of what was at its center. Murmurs ...

A Curated Preview of the Maryland Film Festival by Christopher Llewellyn Reed The Maryland Film Festival (MdFF), founded in 1999 by Festival Director Jed Dietz, is back, just as it ...

Complex Human Relationships on the Screen bring a Baltimore-based Animated Short to the 2018 Academy Awards by Rachel Bone Frankly, it’s about time Baltimore gets some attention at the Academy ...

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