Friday, November 25, 2011


If you are a fan of Baltimore School of the Arts, mark your calendars for these programs at Germano’s Trattoria:

Fourth Annual Baltimore School for the Arts (BSA) Cabaret Series

WHEN: See schedule below for fall performance dates. Doors open at 6pm for pre-show dining and the performance begins at 7:30 PM.
WHERE: Germano’s Trattoria, 300 South High Street (at Fawn St.), Baltimore
TICKETS: All performances have a $10.00 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

Actor’s Showcase
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
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.

Junior Scenes
Thurs., Feb. 23, 7:30 PM
The BSA Junior Acting Ensemble debuts scenes and one-act plays they have written, staged and directed under the direction of Richard Pilcher.

A Classical Cabaret
Thurs., Mar. 8, 7:30 PM
This evening’s program features the talent of the BSA music students.

A Cabaret Encore
Thurs., Mar. 22, 7:30 PM
This evening’s program features the talent of the BSA theatre students.

Shakespeare Scenes
Thurs., May 24, 7:30 PM
The talented artists of the BSA Junior Acting Ensemble breathe new life into scenes from the great Bard under the direction of Theatre Head Donald Hicken.

Cabaret at Germano’s mission is to promote and support the arts in Baltimore by offering local, regional and emerging artists a casual and intimate venue in which they can interact with their audiences. They also welcome performers from outside the region who desire to contribute to our thriving arts community. Notable artists who have performed at the Cabaret include iconic composer, Jimmy Webb, Broadway character actress, Mary Stout, and jazz virtuosos, Frank Vignola, Howard Alden and Nicki Parrott.

Germano Fabiani and Cyd Wolf, owners of Germano’s, are the parents of BSA alumnae, Alessandra and Francesca Fabiani, who, along with the family’s love of the arts, inspired these BSA student cabaret performances.

Founded in 1980, the Baltimore School for the Arts provides students with intensive pre-professional training in the arts in the context of a rigorous college preparatory curriculum.  Its graduates go on to the most selective arts and university programs nationwide and achieve prominence in theater, film, music, dance and visual arts. Additionally, the Baltimore School for the Arts is a catalyst for young people to explore and discover their interest for the arts through TWIGS, its highly acclaimed program that provides after-school arts classes to more than 750 elementary and middle school students; special dance and theatre recitals for Baltimore City Public School students; family performance series; partnerships with other arts organizations; and art exhibitions.

The Baltimore School for the Arts, where the arts change kid’s lives.