Wednesday, March 25, 2015

SINGLE CARROT THEATRE PRODUCES A MUSICAL: PAY WHAT YOU CAN TONIGHT AND TOMORROW

UTOPIA PARKWAY
By Charles L. Mee
Directed by Genevieve de Mahy

WHEN:  Preview Performances are Pay What You Can! Tonight, March 25th and Tomorrow, March 26th; Running through April 26th; Performances Thursday- Saturday at 7:30 PM; Sundays at 2:30 PM. OPENING NIGHT (Friday 3/27) OF UTOPIA PARKWAY IS CURRENTLY SOLD OUT (Tickets are still available for all other performances!)
WHERE:
Single Carrot Theatre, 2600 N. Howard Street, Baltimore
TICKETS: Tickets for preview performances are available beginning at 6:30 PM.
Ticket price will be determined by you!
Cash and credit cards will be accepted. Other tickets: $10-30.
FREE beer and wine with valid ID
FREE parking is available in the parking lot adjacent to our building and on 26th Street

After a woman is rescued from a robbery, she promises her daughter’s hand to her savior in return. The young woman’s fairytale becomes anything but in this musically entrancing take on an old Chinese tale of innocence lost. With a boisterous chorus and a backdrop of a diverse and bustling Queens, New York; Charles Mee brings to life a beautifully lyricized story of bargaining and betrayal.

Questions? Call us at (443) 844-9253 or email us at boxoffice@singlecarrot.com
And you can always visit us at www.singlecarrot.com!
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IT'S A MATCH!

The cast of Utopia Parkway wants you to know that donations made during the run of the show will be matched 1:1!

Help us raise $10,000 before 5/5/15 to unlock the dollar-for-dollar match.
THANKS to the awesome folks who have donated a total of $1,800 so far!

Friday, March 20, 2015

BEBOP @ EUBIE BLAKE CULTURAL CENTER MARCH 28

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NEW CHAMBER CHOIR PRESENTS PREMIER EARLY & NEW MUSIC

The Bridge Ensemble - Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal

NOW SLEEPS THE CRIMSON PETAL

The Bridge Ensemble, Baltimore's newly-formed 16-voice chamber choir, presents its premier series of concerts that explore the links between pre-17th, late 20th and 21st century choral music.

WHEN:  Sat, March 28, 7:00 PM
WHERE: Mount Calvary Catholic Church, 816 N. Eutaw St., Baltimore, MD 21201

WHEN: Sun, March 29, 7:30 PM
WHERE: Epiphany Episcopal Church, 2216 Pot Spring Rd., Timonium, MD 21093

Program:

  • Plainsong chant for Maundy Thursday
  • Arvo Pärt: The Woman With the Alabaster Box 
  • david lang: oh graveyard (lay this body down)
  • Tomas Luis de Victoria: Tenebrae Responsories for Maundy Thursday 
  • John Tavener: Song for Athene
  • Paul Mealor: Now Sleeps the Crimson Petal

For tickets and more information: www.bridgeensemble.org

Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/thebridgeensemble

GROUND-BREAKING PRODUCTION OF “THE MERCHANT OF VENICE” BY THE BALTIMORE SHAKESPEARE FACTORY!

THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
By William Shakespeare

IN ORIGINAL PRONUNCIATION—
AS SHAKESPEARE’S AUDIENCE WOULD HAVE HEARD IT!

The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory (BSF) presents the world's first modern production of "The Merchant of Venice" in Original Pronunciation (OP). Come see this controversial, comedic, and touching show - and hear it the way it would have sounded to William Shakespeare himself

WHEN:  MARCH 27 - APRIL 25, Fridays & Saturdays at 8 PM, Sundays at 4 PM, (No show Easter Sunday). Pre-show entertainment begins 30 minutes before curtain
WHERE: The Great Hall at St. Mary's Community Center, 3900 Roland Avenue, Baltimore
Get your tickets here:
opmov.brownpapertickets.com

Free Saturday Pre-Show Lecture Series at 7 PM
March 28 - Ben Crystal, Actor/Author/OP Consultant
April 4 - Tom Delise, BSF Artistic Director
April 11 - Dr. Robert S. Miola, Professor, Loyola University

Special Performance at Boordy Vineyard
Friday, May 8, at 7:30 PM
Call 410-592-5015 to reserve seats

For more information about this unique #opmov production, check out shakespearefactory.org or follow along "behind the scenes" at our Adventures in Original Pronunciation Tumblr at baltimoreshakespearefactory.tumblr.com

Q: Will I be able to understand Original Pronunciation?

A: Yes! We promise. It may take your ears a few minutes to adjust, but it will simply sound like an accent—not like a foreign language. And it's our job to make sure you understand every word.

There is something about working our way back to Shakespeare, rather than dragging him into the 21st century... It is quite exciting to listen to an accent that is over 400 years old. ~ Ben Crystal

 

ECLETIC MIX OF EVENTS COMING UP @ THE CREATIVE ALLIANCE

WHERE: Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore

Happy New Year! Nowruz Concert!

SAT MAR 21 | 7 PM 

Celebrate our FIRST Kurdish and Persian New Year with Ghazi Kurdistani’s band and Iranian duo, Behfar Bahadoran and Reza Sarlak and DJ J Fell! A delicious middle eastern buffet dinner will be available for purchase.  Tickets & Info

 

 

Film Screening: Kill Bill Vol. 1 Presented with City Paper

WED MAR 25 | 7 PM 

Dress like the ultimate assassin, shout the lines, play games, imbibe Kill Bill drinks specials, and win stuff! We're making Kill Bill into an interactive movie night! It's a Rocky Horror screening for Tarantino fans! Tickets & Info

 

 

Film Screening: Dining Family Style : Beverly Hills Chihuahua

THU MAR 26 | 6 PM 

A  kids of all ages themed buffet dinner & movie. Expect childhood favorites like mac & cheese, pigs in a blanket, fish sticks, sliders, and more! Beverages for adults will be available for purchase. We will be screening Beverly Hills Chihuahua.  Tickets & Info

 

 

DJ Rekha: Bhangra Dance Party!

SAT MAR 28 | 8 PM 

Bhangra music was forged out of a combo of techno and Punjabi music. DJ Rekha is America’s foremost Bhangra DJ and the host of the long running Basement Bhangra party in NYC. Get ready to get down! Tickets & Info

 

 

 

Cumbia, Vallenato Dance Party with Very Be Careful

SUN MAR 29 | 5:30 PM 

Enter the world of Los Angeles’s retro vallenato, Very Be Careful, built upon an unstoppable accordion driven cumbia beat. Their sound is true to the vallenato pioneers who codified the music in the ‘50s and ‘60s in Columbia.  A Very Be Careful show is raw and rootsy—and is meant to make people move. Tickets & Info

GRIPPING DRAMA OPENS @ SPOTLIGHTERS THEATRE ON MARCH 27

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ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST
by Dale Wasserman
adapted from the novel by Ken Kesey
director:  Greg Bell
 

WHEN:  Mar 27, 28, 29; Apr 2, 3, 4, 5; Apr 10, 11, 12; Apr 17, 18, 19. Talk Back with Cast & Director:  Sunday, Apr 12, 2015 immediately following the performance. Fridays & Saturdays 8 PM; Sundays 2 PM.
WHERE: Spotlighters Theatre, 817 Saint Paul Street, Baltimore

TICKETS:
Adults $20;  Seniors (60+)$18;   Students & Military - $16
Order tickets online at
www.spotlighters.org or call 410.752.1225
Reservations strongly urged, show is likely to have multiple sold out performances.

McMurphy, a charming rogue who contrives to serve a short sentence in an airy mental institution rather than in a prison, learns he has made a mistake. He clashes with the head nurse, a fierce martinet. He takes over the ward and accomplishes what the medical profession has been unable to do for twelve years - makes a presumed deaf and dumb Indian talk.  He leads others out of introversion; stages a revolt so that they can see the world series on television, and arranges a rollicking midnight party with liquor and chippies. 

  • Winner of the 2001 Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Revival.
  • Presented by arrangement with Samuel French, Ltd.

Featuring:  Rob Oppel  as R.P. McMurphy, Suzanne Young as,Nurse Ratched,
Nathan Parry as Chief Bromden; with Jose Teneza, Michael MacKay, Brian Kraszewski, David Chalmers, Jim Baxter, Jonathan Claiborne, Parker Bailey Steven, Amy Bell, Lauren Schneider, Aaron Hancock, Devin McKay, Donnie Lewis, Fred Frey, Lou Otero, Andrew Wilkin

Special BENEFIT FUND RAISER PERFORMANCE
WHEN:
Sunday, Mar 29 – 2 PM Matinee

A FUND RAISER BENEFIT for the Maryland Alzheimer's Association's MEMORY BALL

With Memory Ball Dancing Star, Maxine Stitzer/Hodge, giving a taste of her Memory Ball performance post show, followed by a Tea & Wine Reception.

TICKETS: $30 and benefit the Maryland Alzheimer's Association

KEEP YOUR CHILDREN READING!

Saturday, March 14, 2015

“GROUNDED” CONTINUES TO SOAR @ OLNEY; RUN EXTENDED

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HERZOG FESTIVAL OPENS @ CENTERSTAGE NEXT WEEK WITH PREVIEWS OF “AFTER THE REVOLUTION”

The Herzog Festival officially begins next week with Previews for After the Revolution!

When long buried secrets regarding her beloved grandfather are revealed, Emma Joseph finds both her career and family legacy threatened.

Book now to secure your seats for this enthralling, politically fueled drama by one of America’s most talented theatrical voices.

“No one currently writing for the theater has a sharper grasp of character, or more sheer storytelling technique.” –TIME

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Pulitzer Nominee and OBIE Award Winner Amy Herzog

See the entire Festival AND Marley with a 3-Play Membership!
For as little as $89, you’ll see After the Revolution, Amy Herzog’s Pulitzer Prize-nominated 4000 Miles, and the World Premiere musical Marley!

Membership comes with great benefits, such as unlimited exchanges, drink discounts at the Center Stage bar, and more.

4000 Miles
By Amy Herzog
WHEN: Apr 1–12 | Apr 28–May 10 | May 19–24

In this sharp-witted drama, young Leo finds himself forming an unexpected bond with his 91-year-old grandmother, Vera, after a life-changing, cross-country biking trip.

Marley
Music and Lyrics by Bob Marley
Book by Kwame Kwei-Armah
WHEN: May 6–Jun 14

From Center Stage Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah comes a World Premiere musical based on the life and music of Bob Marley.

WHERE:   Center Stage | 700 N. Calvert St. | Baltimore, Maryland 21202 

TICKETS NOW ON SALE FOR BALTIMORE CLAYWORKS ANNUAL GALA & ART AUCTION

CLAYWORKS BASH!

WHEN: SATURDAY, MAY 2, 7-11 PM
WHERE:
Maryland Art Place, 218 West Saratoga Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

We're springing forward to a new time! Join us for our annual gala and art auction as we celebrate spring and take a garden party to a new level. Ladies, wear your latest floral print dress and vibrant colored accessories; gents, find your bow ties and seersucker slacks to welcome the season.

 

Your ticket purchase will help us reach our $80,000 goal that will sustain our  educational, artistic and collaborative programs at Baltimore Clayworks. This year enjoy hors d'oeuvres and gourmet food stations provided by chef Jerry Edwards and Chef's Expressions. Peruse silent auction tables filled with ceramic art, jewelry, artwork and experiences, while socializing with other guests at this fun filled fundraising event!

 

As we enter our 35th year of programming, we're pleased to honor the Clayworks' Past Board Presidents, who have been a vital part of the organization's legacy and sustainability. Joining us will be Henry Koether, Judith Langenthal, Marcia Mattingly, Bob Nickols, Nancy Sandbower, John Smith + more to be confirmed.

 


Clayworks Bash highlights and details can be found on our website. You may purchase tickets to the FULL GALA EXPERIENCE or the AFTER PARTY online or by calling 410.578.1919 x10. 

*Purchase your gala tickets now and receive a limited edition ceramic gift made by Clayworks' Margie & Tom Pozefsky Fellow, Missy Steele. Don't miss out; there are only 50!

WINTER THRIVE ARTISTS EXHIBITION THIS WEEKEND @ JORDAN FAYE CONTEMPORARY

Thrive at Jordan Faye Contemporary an arts consulting and residency program and art gallery in baltimore, md

Winter Thrive Artists Exhibition Invite march 13 Opening Night

  • A new arts program dedicated to enriching the lives of artists, curators & the community.
  • Designed to create a more inclusive thought-provoking & insightful community of emerging artists, curators, writers & musicians.
  • A Quarterly Weekend emmersion designed to expose the artists to the fundamentals & business of the art world.
  • Our mission is to connect artists & collectors at all levels.
  • Come meet these eight artists & learn about their work!

WHERE: Jordan Faye Contemporary & Thrive, 218 W Saratoga Street // Top floor [Bromo Arts District] MAP Building, Baltimore MD 21201
Tel: 443.955.1547
curator@jordanfayecontemporary.com
Visit our website: www.jordanfayecontemporary.com

gallery hours :: Tuesday - Thursday 12 – 6 PM / Saturday 12 – 5 PM and by appointment


in the east gallery :: JENEE MATEER  // SELECTIONS FROM

the sky is lemonlime 

Jenee Mateer Orange Peal jordan faye contemporary

Jenee Mateer Salt Pond Green jordan faye contemporary

works from The Sky is Lemonlime will be on view through the weekend in our east gallery.

WHERE: Jordan Faye Contemporary is located on the Top Floor of the Maryland Art Place Building at 218 West Saratoga Street in the heart of the Bromo Arts & Entertainment District in Baltimore, MD.


See more work from this exhibition HERE.

above images :: (left) Orange Peel, (right) Salt Pond Green, 2014/2015, photo montage on innova fine art paper, 45 x 45 inches


Exhibition Calendar Now through Summer 2015 :: SAVE THESE DATES


In conjunction with UMBC's IMDA MFA thesis program - JFC presents

  • Terms & Conditions  JASON HUGHES  //  MAR 24 - APR 25
  • Broken Plate, Full Heart   LORI LARUSSO  //  MAY 1 - MAY 30
  • Two Person Exhibition GERALDINE BULLOCK & TBA  //  MAY 1 - MAY 30
  • SPRING INTO SUMMER / THRIVE ARTISTS  TBA JUN 5, 6, 7
  • The Whip    RIVERS SCOTT FISHER & JESSIE MANN & LIZ LIGUORI & VIENNE REA // JUN 13 - Jul 18
  • THRIVE RESIDENTS EXHIBITION ELIZABETH BAWOL & KELLEE WYNNE CONRAD // AUG 3 - SEPT 4
  • SUMMER THRIVE ARTISTS PROGRAM // AUG 3 – 9 
  • SUMMER JURIED EXHIBITION AUG 13 - SEPT 4

CONCERT TO MARK CD RELEASE NEXT SATURDAY @ AN DIE MUSIK LIVE!

A Classical, Jazz & World Music Concert Venue
409 N Charles Street
Baltimore MD  21201
www.andiemusiklive.com
Buy tickets online at www.instantseats.com
Or by calling us as (410) 385-2638

THE ORIGIN OF ADJUSTABLE THINGS:
CD RELEASE CONCERT

Joanna Wallfisch – voice; Dan Tepfer – piano

WHEN: Saturday, March 21, 2015 – 8 & 9:30 PM
TICKETS
: $17 in advance/$20 at door/$10 full-time student with ID

Praised by Fred Hersch as “a first-rate musician in every way,” vocalist and composer Joanna Wallfisch moved to New York from her native London in 2012. Her debut CD Wild Swan featured jazz talents on the order of Rob Garcia, Joe Martin and Sam Newsome. Her 2015 follow-up, The Origin of Adjustable Things (Sunnyside), is an intricate, sonically enveloping duo project with acclaimed pianist Dan Tepfer.
Hailing from an immediate and extended family of accomplished musicians (her mother a baroque violinist, father a cellist, one brother a film composer and conductor, the other an opera singer and cellist), Wallfisch earned a Masters in Jazz Performance from London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 2012.

Wallfisch has fashioned a musical identity of her own, drawing on jazz, theater, cabaret, dance, performance art and other disciplines. She plays piano and flute, works extensively with live vocal looping, and has even been known to do skillful maneuvers on a trapeze while singing and playing ukulele onstage. In addition to her output as a solo artist, Wallfisch has done work for film soundtracks—her song "Satellite" features on new movie Pressure, starring Danny Huston, while other vocal and lyric credits include All the Beautiful Things (Sundance), Desert Dancer, Dear Wendy, Summer in February, and also commercials.

Born in Paris to American parents, “tremendously gifted” (LA Times) pianist-composer Dan Tepfer has translated his bi-cultural identity into an exploration of music that ignores stylistic bounds. His 2011Goldberg Variations / Variations, which pairs his performance of Bach’s work with improvised variations of his own, has received broad praise as a “riveting, inspired, fresh musical exploration” (New York Times). He has worked with the leading lights in jazz, including extensively with saxophone luminary Lee Konitz, while releasing seven albums as a leader. As a composer, he is a recipient of the Charles Ives Fellowship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters for works including Concerto for Piano and Winds, premiered in the Prague Castle with himself on piano, and Solo Blues for Violin and Piano, premiered at Carnegie Hall.

Bringing together his undergraduate studies in astrophysics with his passion for music, he is currently working on integrating computer-driven algorithms into his improvisational approach. Awards include first prize and audience prize at the Montreux Jazz Festival Solo Piano Competition, first prize at the East Coast Jazz Festival Competition, and the Cole Porter Fellowship from the American Pianists Association. His recent soundtrack for the independent featureMovement and Location was voted Best Original Score at the 2014 Brooklyn Film Festival.

"Joanna Wallfisch is a real discovery. Her clear and supple voice is able to convey her original compositions - and some imaginative covers - with great use of vocal color, superb diction and a strong emotional connection to what she sings...She is a first-rate musician in every way." —Fred Hersch


Upcoming Concerts:

March 2015

13 Omari Russell, saxophone
14 The Stone Hill All-Stars
15 Raptor Billy Jazz and Improvised Music Quintet
16 Dunbar Alumni Jazz Band
20 Steve Davis Quintet
21 The Origin of Adjustable Things CD Release Concert
22 The invoke String Quartet with Pianist Thomas Edward Hunter
22 Organ Trio
23 Peabody Student Jazz Monday Nights
26 Kupinski Guitar Duo
27 The New Covenant Ensemble CD Release Concert

DISCOUNT PARKING
Park at the Franklin Street Garage (at the corner of Charles & Franklin Streets) for just $2 on evenings and weekends. You must pick up a voucher at An die Musik in order to receive the discounted rate.

LAST CHANCE TO WIN TICKETS BEFORE FAN-ONLY OFFER ENDS

Visit our Facebook Page for a chance to win Tickets to UNDER on March 28th

 

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Friday, March 13, 2015

NYC IMPROV TROUPE COMES TO BALTIMORE @ B.I.G.

Improv comedy + Stand-up comedy = Friday Night Fun

Mash 'em together for hilarity

It’s back!  BIG’s hilarious stand up/improv mash up pairs four local stand ups with four BIG improv troupes.  The comics provide input for the improvisors and the rest is magic. The troupes are Minority Re’port, Evan the Loyal, Plan B, and Impromptune. The comics are Tommy Sinbazo, Bryan Preston, and Mike Moran.

WHEN: Friday, March 13, 8 PM
ADMISSION: $8 if you buy in advance, $10 at the door
WHERE: The Mercury Theater, 1823 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

NYC invades Baltimore on Saturday night!

The amazing duo TRIKE takes the stage

NYC improv powerhouse duo TRIKE comes to BIG's stage Saturday night. The troupe regularly receives rave reviews for their performances in the Big Apple, so come check them out with BIG troupes Gus and Training for Prom!

WHEN: Saturday, March 14, 8 PM
ADMISSION: $8 online in advance, $10 at the door
WHERE: The Mercury Theater, 1823 N. Charles Street, Baltimore, MD

 

BIG show for families!

WHEN: Saturday, March 14, at 1:30 PM WHERE: Mercury Theater, 1823 N. Charles St., Baltimore
ADMISSION: $10 adults/parents; kids free

Come on out and enjoy an afternoon of family friendly improv theater with BIG!  This entertaining and interactive performance is geared towards youngsters, but will be appreciated by their parents too!

THIS WEEKEND ONLY @ SINGLE CARROT THEATRE

THE SECOND SERIES
(THIS WEEKEND ONLY!)

Passion Plays: Exploring Love and Poison

SEATING IS EXTREMELY LIMITED!
THIS PERFORMANCE IS UNDER 90 MINUTES.

WHEN: Friday, March 13th at 8PM; Saturday, March 14th at 5PM AND 8PM; Sunday, March 15th at 5PM
WHERE: Single Carrot Theatre, 2600 N. Howard Street, Baltimore
TICKETS: $18 –$22

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THIS WEEKEND FOR KIDS: INTRODUCING WEEKEND WORKSHOPS AT SCT!

Kids can come into SCT and walk out with a new skill! This weekend's class is Accents and Dialects, taught by professional actor and dialect coach Rachel Hirshorn.
NO GROWN-UPS CAN TAKE THE CLASS
(But they are welcome to come and hang out.)

 

This program is made possible thanks to funding for the NEA's Artist Within program, which you can learn about HERE. 


SUSAN B. ANTHONY FORGED THE NINETEENTH AMENDMENT ON A DIET OF PIZZA AND BEER. GET DOWN WITH YOUR FAVORITE REVOLUTIONARIES AT SINGLE CARROT ON MAY 2ND. LIVE JAMZ, PIZZA, BEER, AND A RADICAL RAFFLE.

TICKETS: $30.
Stay tuned for more info!

Thursday, March 12, 2015

TOP BOOK CLUB PICKS IN FEBRUARY

How many of these books have you read? I read 4 and have 2 more on my Kindle.

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

PUMPKIN THEATRE TO HOLD BURLESQUE GALA

4th annual "Songs I’ll Never Sing on Stage"

The event will include an amazing live & silent auction, delicious heavy hors d'oeuvres and unforgettable entertainment including R&B cocktail dance band Swingin Swamis.

WHEN: April 11, 7 – 10 PM
WHERE:
2906 Walnut Avenue, Owings Mills
TICKETS: $45.00 each, $55.00 at the door. Purchase a table for $400.00! Babysitting will be available for $20.00 per child. Festive attire requested.

Some of our amazing items up for auction include:

  • A two night, three day stay on the quaint island of Tilghman
  • Two (2) One Day Passes to The Magic Kingdom, Epcot, Disney's Hollywood Studios, and Disney's Animal Kingdom.
  • Wine Tasting for ten people
  • Walk on to one of our productions!

Vacation on beautiful and historical Ocracoke island where BlackBeard the Pirate hid out and ultimately met his grisly end—five night stay between Labor Day and Memorial Day 2016.

Visit our website www.pumpkintheatre.org to purchase your tickets or click here: GET TICKETS

Friday, March 6, 2015

WELCOME SPRING & MAKE A GLASS EGG @ C ORRADETTI GLASSBLOWING STUDIO

made in balt w/logo

GLASS EGG WORKSHOPS

Join us by the glowing furnaces and experience the art of forming colorful eggs from solid molten glass. We also host a cozy evening event which includes wine & cheese. Sign up online with your friends & family before we fill up!

WHEN: Saturday, March 21: Glass Egg mini-workshops; Friday, March 20: Glass Egg workshops w/wine & cheese    
WHERE:
Corradetti Glassblowing Studio, 2010 Clipper Park Rd., Suite 119 • Baltimore

Look here for event info & registration


GLASSBLOWING: FULL DAY CLASSES

In our weekend classes, students will work intensively over the 6 hour day to learn or improve glassblowing skills. Private instruction, corporate activities & school visits also available.

Look here for 2015 class schedule & registration

EXCITING EVENTS @ SINGLE CARROT THEATRE THIS MONTH

Interested in learning about what goes into producing a play? Check this out:

ONLY 4 SPOTS LEFT!
Are you a Member at SCT? Your registration is 25% off! Email
jgarrett@singlecarrot.com to receive your special Member coupon code.
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REGISTER NOW


COMING UP NEXT IN THE MAIN SEASON

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COMING UP NEXT IN THE SECOND SERIES

Passion Plays: Exploring Love and Poison
An exciting evening of theatre featuring 2 charming and ephemeral pieces.

WHEN: Friday, March 13th at 8 PM; Saturday, March 14th at 5 PM AND 8 PM; Sunday, March 15th at 5 PM
WHERE: Single Carrot Theatre, 2600 N. Howard St., Baltimore

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COMING UP NEXT IN THE CLASSROOM

NO BULLS**T  AUDITION TECHNIQUES
WHEN: Saturday, March 28th; 12-3 PM; 3-5 PM Optional Music Component
Led by Ensemble Members Jessica Garrett and Britt Olsen-Ecker*

* Special Appearance by other SCT Ensemble Members

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