Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

Performance: Music, Theater, & Dance

A New Album for Baltimore-based band Halloween Tres by Jordannah Elizabeth Halloween Tres released their debut album Code Red October 31, 2016. I’ve seen them live a number of times and watched vocalist Lorenzo ...

Baltimore Concert Opera's First American Opera Fits Today's Political Climate by Samantha Buker Just five years ago, an opera about McCarthyism would seem out of date. Its rural Tennessee setting ...

Angela N. Carroll on Malcolm Peacock's The Museum of Trayvon Martin: A Meeting Before Labor at Terrault Gallery “You wonder if you aren’t simply a phantom in other people’s minds. Say, ...

Phallon Beckham Visits RIZE, A DC-Based Art Showcase “You have reached your destination,” Siri reveals as I pulled into a random warehouse parking lot on the outskirts of a Washington ...

Catch one of these plays from Stillpointe, Single Carrot, Iron Crow, or Annex Theater before they close By Bret McCabe This weekend presents a local theatergoing luxury that's becoming increasingly common: ...

Plunge: An Experimental Storytelling Lab Preview by Andrew Sargus Klein It’s been a long time since I told someone the story of how the first pair of basketball shoes I ...

Live Review: Big Thief, Sam Evian and Morels at Metro Gallery by Jordannah Elizabeth Morels didn’t head to the stage until about 10 pm. I was surprised to catch most of ...

CityLit Project Hosts Baltimore's Writers Resist Reading by Jack Livingston On Sunday, January 15, 2017, Martin Luther King Jr.’s birthday, writers gathered to participate in over 100 events in different ...

The Far Reaching and Unintended Influences of Art on Life by Cara Ober Since her death on December 27, Carrie Fisher has been on my mind. While my rational brain understands that ...

If You Find Yourself at Wits End, You're in Luck: An Interview with Mike Finazzo by Christopher Llewellyn Reed The bittersweet tale of the sometimes joys and frequent pains in ...

During the Holiday Season, Head to the Movies by Christopher Llewellyn Reed November and December are usually when movie distributors push their prestige content into cinemas, following the autumn doldrums ...

Best Baltimore Albums, Songs, and Releases from 2016 by Jordannah Elizabeth It takes a very special kind of artist to create in Baltimore City. Every day, no matter what color or creed, ...

Black America Again, A Cinematic Collaboration by Bradford Young and Common reviewed by Jason Harris The opening frame of a rap video: a caterpillar crawling on the stump of a ...

Stranger Kindness Sets its Sights on Exposing the Artifice of Stage and Screen by Bret McCabe The Acme Corporation is playing chess on multiple levels with Stranger Kindness, heading into its ...

1-800-MICE Takes a Surreal Approach to Satire by Bret McCabe Abandon all sense ye who enter here. The Annex Theater's production of 1-800-MICE, like Matthew Thurber's comics series on which it ...

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