Germano’s Trattoria in Baltimore’s Little Italy is proud to announce its
Fourth Annual Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA) Cabaret Series
WHERE: Germano’s Trattoria, 300 South High Street (at Fawn St.), Baltimore
TICKETS: $10 per person cover charge that is a tax-deductible donation to BSA.
Reservations are recommended as seating is limited.
Call 410.752.4515 for reservations and to purchase tickets.
INFO: Call 443.642.5167 or visit www.bsfa.org.
Voices in the Key of Jazz
WHEN: Thur., Oct. 13, 7 PM
Musicians from the BSA Music Department will perform an instrumental jazz combo featuring jazz standards and some originals.
The Poe Show
WHEN: Fri., Oct. 14, 7:30 PM
Actor, writer, director and BSA Theatre instructor Tony Tsendeas is Edgar Allen Poe and his maniacal characters. Tony will don costume and makeup to draw the audience closer to his web of Poe’s imagined world.
Classical Music Senior Showcase
WHEN: Thur., Oct. 27, 7:30 PM
Featuring the talented seniors from the BSA music department, the cabaret performance will include a wide range of classical, Broadway tunes and jazz performances.
Monologues and Songs
WHEN: Thur., Nov. 10, 7:30 PM
Students from BSA’s Senior Acting Ensemble will perform monologues and songs.
The British Are Coming!
WHEN: Thur., Nov. 17, 7:30 PM
Led by Theater Department Head, Donald Hicken and Theatre Alumni & Program Manager, Becky Mossing, BSA students will collaborate with their British colleagues from Showdown Theatre Arts, under the direction of Carli Jones, in a one-night cabaret performance in preparation for their production of Working to be debuted in the spring in Guildford, UK. Jones, Mossing and British actor Lee Thomas will also perform cabaret material.
WHEN: Thur., Dec. 1, 7:30 PM
The cabaret will feature BSA’s Sophomore Acting Ensemble for the first time as they perform scenes from contemporary and classical plays led by BSA Theatre Instructors, Richard Pilcher and Tony Tsendeas.
A Child’s Christmas in Wales
WHEN: Thur., Dec. 22, 7:30 PM
Dylan Thomas’ prose/poetic recalling of his boyhood in the coastal village of Swansea is a humorous, touching and deeply human story of one particularly fabled Christmas seen through the eyes of the children who populate the poet’s memory. Renowned director Donald Hicken narrates this delightful Christmas classic, joined by other members of the BSA faculty. Cabaret favorite Becky Mossing will lead the audience singing seasonal favorites.