Romeo & Juliet in Station North
You are invited to a free performance of William Shakespeare’s timeless story of love and conflict presented by Baltimore Performance Kitchen and Area 405, with support from Single Carrot Theatre.
Set simultaneously in 1913 and 2013, Performance Kitchen uses this romantic and tragic classic to look at the life of a building, a block, a neighborhood, and a city. It will be a fun and fascinating evening for first-timers and experts alike. Did we mention it’s free? The talented cast includes professionals, first-timers, and individuals who live and work in the Station North area.
This performance is outdoors at Area 405 located at 405 E. Oliver Street in Baltimore’s Station North Arts & Entertainment District.
In the case of rain, the performance will be held indoors at Area 405.
Area 405 is hosting is a free art exhibition, House Divided, that coincides with the performance, which you can enjoy before and after the performance.
To see pictures of the production throughout the process, please visit our Pinterest page by clicking here.
To read more a guest blog about the production from Silin Chen, a student at Johns Hopkins and a current intern at Performance Kitchen, click here.
Although the performance is free, it is very important to reserve tickets in advance.
Please only reserve the number of tickets you know you will use. Please invite anyone you think might enjoy the performance to join you! If the performance is sold out, a small number of tickets will be available 30 minutes before the performance, and they will be first come, first served.
Performance dates & times:
Thursday, June 20 at 7 PM