Wednesday, July 31, 2013

DANCE THIS! SHOWCASES DEPTH OF DANCE TALENT IN B’MORE, DC AND BEYOND

DANCE THIS!

WHEN: Thu, Fri, Sat Aug 8, 9, 10 2013
WHERE:
  The Creative Alliance at the Patterson, 3134 Eastern Ave. Baltimore (Get Directions to CA)
410.276.1651 ext. 218
Online:
http://www.creativealliance.org
Contact: Heather Keating, Heather@creativealliance.org

Dance THIS! a new festival celebrating the vibrancy and diversity of the dance form in our region hits the boards at Creative Alliance this weekend. From young dance dynamo Lily Kind's showcase of her company's "diaspora" to The Collective's innovative night of small company, short performances and Dance Baltimore's world music showcase the weekend offers unparalleled dance riches in Baltimore in August as well and a healthy shot of AC!

Effervescent Diaspora
WHEN: Thu Aug 8, 7:30 PM
TICKETS:
  $15, $10 members

Effervescent Collective, the swaggest team of locally grown contemporary dancers and dance-makers that Baltimore currently boasts, is reeling in a re-union of dancers launched from Effervescent's orbit, coming home to perform for  ONE NIGHT ONLY; Cheslea Murphy (Philadelphia), Laura Grossman (Chicago) and Sierra Daselvia (Syracuse). Effervescent founder Lily Kind has worked with Dan Deacon and is a bit of a muse to emerging artists of the Station North arts district many of whom take her signature dance classes.

The Collective's collectiveSUMMER SHORTS
WHEN
: Fri Aug 9, 8 PM
TICKETS:  $15, $10 members

The Collective, Baltimore's hub for professional dance, alongside Dishibem Traditional Contemporary Dance Group (Baltimore) and Christopher K. Morgan and Artists (Washington D.C.) present a concert of short works limited to five minutes and five dancers.  Featuring live music, pop and original music in a festive evening of dance "hors d'oeuvres." The Collective is know for their innovative collaborations with live musicians and even

Dance Baltimore's World Dance Showcase
WHEN:
Sat Aug 10, 8 PM
TICKETS:  $15, $10 members

Join Dance Baltimore for a celebration of dance from around the world - Africa, India, South America, Asia - a variety of cultures from the continents of the world. "The Storydancer," Maria Broom, will serve as host and accompany viewers to places of soulful sounds, vibrant colors, powerful customs and exciting movement. Performances by Bailes de mi Tierra Mexican Folk Dance, Natya Kala Mandir East Indian Dance, Keurkhaleyi African Dance, The Storydancer and more. Celebrate global dance with Dance Baltimore!

Thursday, July 25, 2013

7TH ANNUAL IMPROVE FESTIVAL FEATURES SHOWS & WORKSHOPS

2013 Baltimore Improv Festival

WHEN: July 31st - August 4th
WHERE:
The Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Avenue, Baltimore
Tickets are available NOW!
Buy Tickets!

Our seventh annual festival is shaping up to be our best ever! We've got troupes from up and down the East coast traveling to Baltimore for five days of amazing shows and workshops! Keep your eyes on the Baltimore Improv Festival website, the Facebook page, and our Twitter feed for more details and updates.

Catch a Show!

The Baltimore Improv Festival features performers from Philadelphia, New York, Boston, Washington D.C., Baltimore, and beyond. Come see performances by some of the best in the business.

 

Take a Workshop!

Whether you are a seasoned improv veteran, or it is literally your first time, we have a workshop for you. We've also got a workshop for kids this year.

 

Donate!

Baltimore Improv Festival is run by Baltimore Improv Group, a 501(c)3 non-profit. We aren't in this for the money, so if you have extra cash or extra time, show us some love. Every little bit helps.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

JEWISH THEATRE WORKSHOP & BALTIMORE SHAKESPEARE FACTORY OFFER DISCOUNT TO SEE 2 PLAYS…AND HAMLET’S IN BOTH!

Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead
By Tom Stoppard
Directed by Brad Norris & Ariella McCown

WHEN: August 8-18; Sundays 1 PM, Tuesday and Thursdays 7 PM
WHERE: Straus Auditorium, Weinberg Park Heights JCC, 5700 Park Heights Ave, Baltimore
TICKETS: Adults $15, students/seniors $10

Purchase your tickets to Rosencrantz & Guildentern Are Dead online before August 4th, and receive 20% off the regular ticket price! 

Visit www.jewishtheatreworkshop.org to buy your tickets now to this hilarious show! 

See Hamlet, Save Money, See More Hamlet...

Our good friends at The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory are currently running a special Shakespearian Co-promotion with us. 

Here's how it works:

First, go see The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory's production of Hamlet July 13-August 4th with a discounted ticket coupon from JTW. 

Then save your Hamlet ticket stub or program and bring it to the box office when you come to see JTW's Rosencrantz & Guildenstern Are Dead August 8 - 18 to get another discount on our show! 

All The details and coupons can be found on the JTW's blog: Uphill Both Ways: Musings from the Jewish Theatre Workshop.  See Hamlet in two shows, and save!

Monday, July 22, 2013

EXPERIENCE JAZZ IN THE BMA SCULPTURE GARDEN

 

Jazz in the Sculpture Garden

 

Paul Carr Quintet

WHEN: Saturday, July 27, 7 PM
WHERE:
  Baltimore Museum of Art, Sculpture Garden, 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore

Tenor saxophonist Paul Carr has performed at The White House, Kennedy Center, and Wolf Trap. Hear the soulful southerner in the BMA’s serene Sculpture Garden.
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Join today and save over 25% on the ticket price!

A MUSICAL THEATER AUGUST @ OLNEY THEATRE CENTER

 

A CHORUS LINE
WHEN: August 1 - September 1, 2013
WHERE: Main Stage, 2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Road, Olney

Featuring the hit Broadway songs "What I Did for Love," "Dance: Ten; Looks: Three," "One (Singular Sensation)" and "I Hope I Get It" A Chorus Line follows 17 dancers competing for eight coveted spots in the chorus of a Broadway musical. Through the audition they bare their souls while sharing stories of their childhood, ambitions, fears, and experiences in show business. This musical is for anyone who has ever put it all on the line, whether it is for promotion, for attention, for approval, or for love.

(Recommended for 13 and up due to mature themes and language)

Production Sponsors: Kathleen Quinn and Ms. Maggie Root

PURCHASE TICKETS


 

Olney Theatre Institute presents

Forever Plaid
WHEN: August 24 – September 15, 2013
WHERE:
Historic Stage, 2100 Olney-Sandy Spring Road, Olney
TICKETS: ADULTS: $35; CHILDREN and SENIORS: $25

Don’t let this summer end without seeing “America’s Favorite Original Boy Band.” The show that will have you singing along and dancin’ in the aisles! Follow The Plaids on their journey toward a final chance at musical glory. (Recommended for ages 10 and up)

PURCHASE TICKETS

ROUNDING OUT THE MONTH OF JULY @ AN DIE MUSIK LIVE!

409 N Charles Street
Baltimore MD  21201
www.andiemusiklive.com
Buy tickets online at www.instantseats.com
Or by calling 410.385.2638

 

 

Mike Pope/Tom Guarna Quartet
WHEN: July 24, Wed, 8 PM
TICKETS: $12/$10 students

Tom Guarna, guitar (left)
Mike Pope, guitar
Alan Blackman, piano
Warren Wolf, drums

 

Mark Meadows Quartet
WHEN: July 26, Fri, 8 & 9:30 PM
TICKETS: $12/$10 full-time students with ID
Mark Meadows, piano

Eric Kennedy, drums
Eric Wheeler, bass
Brent Birckhead, saxophone

Mark Meadows is a modern jazz pianist and composer who utilizes his versatile musical background in order to communicate to every walk of life. His sound is youthful, yet ageless, complex, yet effortless. 

Carolyn Malachi
WHEN: July 27, Sat, 8 & 9:30 PM
TICKETS: $15/$10 students

Carolyn Malachi is an independent, Grammy nominated artist, the great-granddaughter of pianist John Malachi who counts Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def), Radiohead and Sarah Vaughan among her greatest influences. Carolyn combines Jazz, Hip Hop, Spoken Word and lots of imagination! 

Manuel Valera & the New Cuban Express
WHEN: July 28, Sun, 5 PM
TICKETS: $15/$10 full-time students with ID


Manuel Valera, piano (left)

Tom Guarna, guitar
John Benitez, bass
Ludwig Afonso, drums

2013 Grammy-nominated "Best Latin Jazz" album, New Cuban Express — which marks Valera’s sixth record as a leader and a new direction in his playing and writing — consists of eleven Valera originals and two covers, focusing on material derived from the Afro-Cuban tradition. 

Thursday, July 18, 2013

THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY: SEE FREE INTERNATIONAL SHORT FILMS @ ARTSCAPE

 

A STORY FOR THE MODLINS (Sergio Oksman)

Maryland Film Festival is pleased to welcome Xavier Fayet, a programmer from the Clermont-Ferrand International Short Film Festival as our Friday night guest host for Free Short Films at Artscape!  Join us for an evening of free short international films curated by Clermont-Ferrands' Fayet, who has been a member of the festival's selection committee since 2009.  Saturday and Sunday's short film programs are culled from the MFF 2013 shorts programs—click here for the complete Artscape film schedule and more information.

ARTSCAPE 2013 FREE SHORT FILMS PROGRAMS

CLERMONT-FERRAND SHORTS
WHEN: Friday July 19, 7 PM

WHERE: The Charles Theater, 1711 N. Charles Street 


MOBILE (Verena Fels)


International Shorts Film Program

45 DEGREES (Georgis Grigorakis, Greece, Drama) - Athens, August 2012. 45 degrees Celsius. The fridge is empty. The situation is very tense. A father changes under the burden of the economic crisis. It's getting dark and it's still boiling hot. A capital city on the verge of explosion.

MOBILE (Verena Fels, Germany, Animation) - On the fringes of society, a cow tips the balance of destiny...

A STORY FOR THE MODLINS (Sergio Oksman, Spain, Documentary) - After appearing in the film 'Rosemary's Baby', Elmer Modlin fled with his family to a far off country and shut himself away in a dark apartment for thirty years.

LA TERRA (Daniele Suraci, Italy, Drama) - Gianni has worked his entire life on his piece of land in the hope that his son Simon, aged 30, will continue taking care of it in the future. The two characters meet and collide in a series of gestures, looks and silences.

THE VOORMAN PROBLEM (Mark Gill, UK, Comedy) starring Martin Freeman of THE OFFICE (UK) - Doctor Williams is called in to examine the enigmatic Mr Voorman, a prisoner with a peculiar affliction: he believes he is a god. The doctor must decide on the sanity of Mr Voorman: is he a faker or a lunatic?

Saturday and Sunday's MFF curated short films will be held at the Charles Theater from 12 PM-5 PM.  Click here for the complete Artscape short film program & schedule.


AVAM's Flicks From The Hill Free Outdoor Screening of

PEE-WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE

PEE-WEE'S BIG ADVENTURE

WHEN: Thursday, July 18, sundown
WHERE:
Hughes Outdoor Theater, 800 Key Highway

The film screens at sundown on Federal Hill at the Hughes Outdoor Theater behind AVAM, located at 800 Key Highway.  Click here for more information.  Stop by the Maryland Film Festival table located at the bottom of Federal Hill for a free gift!

AVAM is open to the public on Flicks days from 5 PM to 9 PM, so come early and witness amazing visionary art in the museum! 

Also, bring your bike and join in for a free bike tour of Federal Hill before the movie—click here for more information.  See you Thursday night!

FREE SUMMER SHAKESPEARE UNDER THE STARS IN OLNEY

This play, Shakespeare’s “take” on a Roman comedy, is a hilarious introduction to the Bard, especially for kids and those who claim “not to like Shakespeare.” It’s sheer buffoonery (he added a set of twins so the hilarity is quadrupled). And best of all: IT’S FREE:

WHEN: July 18 - 21 at 8:00 PM (Seating starts at 6 PM)
WHERE: The Root Family Stage, Olney Theatre Company, 2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Road, Olney


Take one set of identical twins separated since birth, add a second set as their servants, and throw them all into the same town for a single day. Confusion abounds and hilarity ensues as everyone in the town tries to figure out why these people are behaving so strangely today.

There is limited bleacher seating, so please bring a blanket or chairs to this event! We begin seating as early as 6:00 PM, so bring a picnic basket and enjoy dinner outside before the show.

To make a reservation for this show, please contact the box office at 301.924.3400.

 

Olney Theatre Center • 2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Road • Olney, MD 20832 • 301.924.3400 • www.olneytheatre.org

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

WORDS OF WISDOM FROM A GENIUS:

SUMMER IS HEATING UP AT SCT!

P.O. BOX UNABOMBER
by Zdrava Kamenova and Gergana Dimitrova

WHERE: 1727 N. Charles St., Baltimore, MD 21201
WHEN: July 31st – August 4th, Wednesday – Saturday at 7:30 PM; Sunday at 2:30 PM
ADMISSION: $10-$15; free beer and wine with valid ID

A man disappears from home leaving his family and the police to search for him, an echidna leaves its forest braving the world beyond to look for a mate, scientists are trying to build a cosmic elevator, while a satellite oversees everything and everybody on Earth. All are on the verge of evolutionary dead-ends, and all are striving to exist.  How does one overcome extinction, and what lies beyond if you survive?

An International Collaboration: 36 Monkeys, Sofia, Bulgaria, and Single Carrot Theatre, Baltimore, Maryland

For Tickets and Info: 443.844.9253 or boxoffice@singlecarrot.com

Limited Seating- RESERVE YOUR TICKETS NOW!


Did you know that SCT is going to be a huge destination for Artscape this year? Well it is!

We'll be hosting a myriad of performances from the esteemed likes of:

Check out the SCT page of the Artscape website for more info.


And we're pleased to announce there are just 2 slots left for the

Single Carrot Theatre High School Conservatory!

Visit the Conservatory Page for more info and to register your favorite High Schooler!

Single Carrot on Charles
1727 N. Charles Street
Baltimore, MD 21201

Paid parking available across the street at 1714 N. Charles Street

Phone: 443-844-9253        Email: boxoffice@singlecarrot.com

Monday, July 15, 2013

JULY 18-22 @ AN DIE MUSIK LIVE!

409 N Charles Street
Baltimore MD  21201
www.andiemusiklive.com
Buy tickets online at www.instantseats.com
Or by calling 410.385.2638

 

The Hot Club of Baltimore: Festival Manouche

WHEN: July 18, Thurs, 8 PM
TICKETS: $10 in advance/$15 at the door/$10 full-time students with id

The Hot Club of Baltimore finally brings Manouche Jazz to Baltimore! The group has a fresh approach to performing the virtuosic repertoire of Django Reinhardt, while remaining true to its original Romani spirit and tradition.
The core of the group is made up of guitarists Michael Joseph Harris & Sami Arefin backed by seasoned upright bassist Joe Bussey. Pianist Cesar Orozco brings an uncanny feeling for stride piano to the band as well as his fiery Cuban approach. The addition of award-winning clarinetist Seth Kibel escalates the music to an even greater intensity bringing to mind the Hot Jazz of Louis Armstrong.

The music of The Hot Club takes us back to the 1930's, from nightclubs in Montmartre to the Cotton Club of Harlem.

Roaming Jasmine
WHEN: July 19, Fri, 8 & 9:30 PM
TICKETS: $10

The Roamin' Jasmine bring New Orleans to Baltimore!

Formed on the streets of the French Quarter, The Roamin’ Jasmine put their own spin on New Orleans musical traditions with fresh arrangements of Dixieland jazz and blues tunes, in addition to original compositions. The result is a sound reminiscent of a time far past rejuvenated with a modern energy.

The group is lead by bassist/vocalist Taylor Smith (above), who arranges all of the pieces and composes original works heavily influenced by 1920’s blues and jazz. In addition to leading The Roamin' Jasmine, Taylor shares his talents as a member of an Appalachian folk/Cajun band, The Swamp Lilies, and a klezmer band, the Salt Wives, both based in New Orleans.
Taylor is joined by New Orleans transplant and Maryland native, clarinetist Byron Asher, whose distinctive melodic style has brought him success with a variety of groups in the New Orleans jazz scene including Smoking Time Jazz Club and Los Po-Boy-Citos. 

PEABODY JAZZ STUDENTS
WHEN: July 22, Mon, 7:30 PM
ADMISSION:
$5

Adam Corson, sax

Jon Guo, bass
Kevin Clark, guitar
Byung Kang, drums

Performing in our first floor gallery. 

Saturday, July 13, 2013

SNEAK PREVIEW FOR MFF MEMBERS JULY 22 @ CINEMARK EGYPTIAN


This just in: Maryland Film Festival has received 50 admit-two passes to an exclusive sneak preview

THE TO DO LIST
starring Aubrey Plaza, Rachel Bilson, Bill Hader, Andy Samberg and Scott Porter!

HOW TO GET PASSES (must be a current Friend of the Festival qualify):
Be one of the first 50 Friends of the Festival to e-mail
fmembership@gmail.com with your NAME and you will receive an RSVP code to download a pass from Gofobo.com for this sneak preview!

THE TO DO LIST
WHEN:
July 22, 7:00 PM
WHERE:
Cinemark Egyptian 

Official Website: https://www.facebook.com/thetodolistmovie

Synopsis:
THE TO DO LIST is a comedy about close friends and a special summer project, loosely inspired by the real-life adventures of first-time writer/director Maggie Carey. Set in 1993, valedictorian Brandy Klark wants to shed her uptight image before college, so she assembles a to do list of all the "activities" she missed out on in high school. Quickly realizing that she's way out of her depth, Brandy solicits her best friends, older sister and burnt-out boss for their help and advice. If the group is going to complete the list by September they'll need plenty of imagination and very open minds.

Monday, July 8, 2013

JULY 11-14 @ AN DIE MUSIK LIVE!

409 N Charles Street
Baltimore MD  21201
www.andiemusiklive.com
Buy tickets online at www.instantseats.com
Or by calling 410.385.2638


American Songbook Romance
Jazz with vocalist Kristin Callahan
WHEN: July 11, Thurs, 8 PM
TICKETS:
$10
Vince Evans, piano and vocals

Max Murray, bass
Anyone who has heard Kristin Callahan sing would agree that her voice is absolutely mesmerizing. Kristin has that rare ability to coax listeners into the anticipation of each note, enticing people into the very soul of the music. Quiet and unassuming, Callahan has a stage presence that is both sweet and sexy, one that catches everyone off guard and then keeps them there until the very last note. From her shy smiles between songs to her flawless execution of some of the most demanding pieces, Kristin exudes the perfect combination of country charm and urbane hipness. 

X|i|O
WHEN: July 12, Fri, 8 PM
TICKETS:
$10
An evening of visuals, images, and improvised music
Duo and quartet improvisations by
X|i|O: Liz Meredith, viola & Mick Ricereto, clarinet
with Jarrett Gilgore, saxophone; Jaimie Branch, trumpet
With a focus on graphic compositions, spatial/acoustic imaging, spontaneous composition and visual-acoustic kinetics, X|i|O explores the interplay between instrumental performance, sound, and visual imagery. 

Henry Kaiser, Anthony Pirog & Friends
WHEN:
July 13, Sat, 8 & 9:30 PM
TICKETS:
$12/$10 full-time students with ID

Henry Kaiser, guitar

Anthony Pirog, guitar
Dave Ballou, trumpet
Michael Formanek, bass
Mike Kuhl, drums


Grammy winner Henry Kaiser (above, right) is widely recognized as one of the most creative and innovative guitarists, improvisers, and producers in the fields of rock, jazz, world, and contemporary experimental musics.

Anthony Pirog (right) is making his mark on the guitar playing universe, one sonically enthralling, diversely influenced project after another.

ROOTS CAF√Č SINGER-SONGWRITER SERIES:
Adam “Red Sammy” Trice & Letitia VanSant
WHEN:
July 14, Sun, 8 PM
TICKETS:
$7 in advance, $9 at door

Performing their own songs in the round, with your singing host Geoffrey Himes.

MARYLAND FILM FESTIVAL PRESENTS SHORT FILMS AT ARTSCAPE—FREE!

ARTSCAPE:  NO PASSPORT REQUIRED

WHEN:  July 19-21
WHERE:
The Charles Theater, 1711 N. Charles Street, Baltimore

Artscape, America's largest free arts festival, will present free short films at the Charles Theater! This year's theme is "No Passport Required" and they have put together another amazing lineup of programs to compliment the occasion. 

Clermont-Ferrand Shorts
WHEN: Friday July 19,
7 PM

With crucial international support from Alliance Francaise and EUNIC, this year's edition of Maryland Film Festival's popular Shorts at Artscape will launch Friday night (7/19) with short films curated by programmers of the International Short Film Festival in Clermont-Ferrand, France, one of the world's largest festivals devoted to short films. Hosting the films will be Clermont-Ferrand's Xavier Fayet, who has been a member of the festival's selection committee since 2009.

MFF Curated Shorts Programs
WHEN: Saturday, July 20, and Sunday, July 21

Saturday and Sunday programs are comprised of titles curated by the Maryland Film Festival, all of them from MFF 2013. These programs begin each hour on the hour, and run between 30 and 40 minutes apiece. Program content may be subject to last-minute changes.

Some programs may contain material not appropriate for all ages.

Click here for the film schedule

(Above: Quvenzhané Wallis in BONESHAKER)

FILM GUIDE

ANIMATED SHORTS  (38 minutes) (contains puppet nudity, mild language) 

  • (Notes on) Biology (Danny Madden, 6 minutes)
  • Marcel, King of Tervuren (Tom Schroeder, 6 minutes)
  • Noodle Fish (Kim Jin-man, 10 minutes)
  • Oh Willy... (Emma De Swaef, Marc James Roels, 16 minutes)

COMEDY SHORTS   (35 minutes) (mild language, mature themes)

  • The Cub (Riley Stearns, 5 minutes)
  • The Cyclist (Morgan Krantz, 10 minutes)
  • Hell No (Joe Nicolosi, 3 minutes)
  • Meter Maid (Matthew Riggieri & Nick Kovacic, 3 minutes)
  • Sounds Good (Kerri Lendo & John Merriman, 4 minutes)
  • Yeah, Kowalski (Evan Roberts, 10 minutes)

DOCUMENTARY SHORTS  (38 minutes) (mild language, mature themes)

  • Flutter (Dara Bratt, 8 minutes)
  • Reborning (Yael Bridge, Helen Hood Scheer, 8 minutes)
  • The Roper (Ewan McNicol & Anna Sandilands, 6 minutes)
  • Slomo (Joshua Izenberg, 16 minutes)

EXPERIMENTAL SHORTS  (35 minutes) (mild nudity, mild language, mature themes)

  • #PostModem (Jillian Mayer & Lucas Leyva, 15 minutes)
  • Audition (Karen Yasinsky, 4 minutes)
  • Bermuda (Calvin Frederick, 4 minutes)
  • Magnetic Reconnection (Kyle Armstrong, 12 minutes)

NARRATIVE SHORTS   (39 minutes) (mild language)

  • Boneshaker (Frances Bodomo, 12 minutes)
  • Dotty (Mick Andrews & Brett O'Gorman, 10 minutes)
  • Miracle Boy (Jake Mahaffy, 17 minutes)

Sunday, July 7, 2013

SPOTLIGHTERS PRESENTS FINAL PRODUCTION OF 51ST SEASON

I just saw a production of this musical in New Jersey, at a community theater. It never loses its charm, and its themes are timeless. Go—it will provide a feel-good experience!

Agnes of GodFIDDLER ON THE ROOF 
book by Joseph Stein
music  by Jerry Bock
lyrics by Sheldon Harnick
director:  Jillian Bauersfeld
musical director:  Michael Tan

WHEN: July 12 - August 4, Fridays & Saturdays at 8 PM;  Sundays at 2 PM*
WHERE:
Spotlighters Theatre, 817 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore
TICKETS: Adults $20, Seniors (60+) $18, Military & Students $16
410.752.1225
www.spotlighters.org

*Talk Back with Cast & Director: Sunday, July 28, immediately following the performance.
TWO Ten Spot Thursdays: ALL TICKETS JUST $10:  Thursday, July 18, at 8 PM; and Thursday, Aug 1, at 8 PM—no other discounts apply

This rousing musical, based on the stories of Shalom Aleichem, takes place in pre-revolutionary Russia and centers on the life of Tevye, a milkman, trying to keep his family's traditions in place while marrying off his three older daughters.

Yet times are changing, and the daughters want to make their own matches, breaking free of many of the constricting customs required of them by Judaism. In the background of these events, Russia is on the brink of revolution, and Jews are feeling increasingly unwelcome in their own villages.

FEATURING:  Mike Galizia as Tevye and Amy Bell as Golde, with:  Bob Ahrens, John Aquila, Emily Biondi, Lucas Blake, Lillian Blank, Alexa Canelos, Julia Capizzi, Matthew Feldman, Peggy Friedman, Isa Guitian, Jamil Johnson, Grace LaCount, Larry Levinson, Justin McMonagle, Barbara Pinker, Evangeline Ridgaway, Alex Shade, Lisa Sharpe, Sebastian Stefanovic, Jose Reyes Teneza, Mike Throne, Vince Vuono and Suzanne Young.

Production Crew: Choreographer - Jillian Bauersfeld, Stage Manager - Molly Hopkins, Lighting Design - Fuzz Roark, Set Design - Alan Zemla, Set Construction - Fuzz Roark, Alan Zemla, Scenic Art/Props - Alan Zemla, Costume Design - Laura Nicholson, Dramaturg - Sandra Hittman