Friday, April 28, 2017


WHERE: School 33 Art Center, 1427 Light Street, Baltimore, Maryland
WHO: Adults (18+)
FEE: $250

Taught by Kai Lun Qu,

A materials list will be provided upon registration.


For more information contact Flannery Winchester, School 33 Art Center Education Coordinator.
(443) 263-4351


WHEN: Now through Mother’s Day (Sunday, May 14) save up to 15% on tickets to Noises Off

Two ways to save...

  • Use code ROSE17 to save 10% off tickets to performances of Noises Off on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday evenings, as well as Saturday matinees.
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No proof of mother necessary. Noises Off runs May 17–June 18… But don’t make Mom wait—order your tickets today!

*Codes ROSE17 and MUM17 expire Sunday, May 14 at 11:59 PM. Offer is valid on tickets to all performances of Noises Off. Offer is valid on adult tickets only and cannot be combined with other offers and codes. Limit 4 tickets per order.

Noises Off
by Michael Frayn
May 17-June 18

Bedlam behind the scenes! Everyman’s Resident Company of actors transforms into a British company of actors in this side-splitting farce to end all farces. A love-letter to the thrilling and unpredictable nature of the stage, Noises Off will leave you rolling in the aisles. LEARN MORE

Stoop Storytelling: The Show Must Go On!
Monday, May 22
Drinks & Music 6 PM | Show 7:30 PM

Co-presented with Baltimore’s Stoop Storytelling, don’t miss this entertaining evening of hilarious-but-true stories of the unexpected pitfalls and pratfalls of live performance—featuring local actors and storytellers—in the spirit of Noises OffBUY NOW

Salon Series: Trouble in Mind
Monday, June 5, 6:00 PM
We close out the Salon Series' second season with the Alice Childress play, Trouble in Mind, directed by Dawn Ursula. Simultaneously a witty love letter to the theatre and a call for equality, Trouble in Mind reminds us that we all have a part to play in the fight for civil rights. BUY TICKETS NOW

2017/18 Season Subscriptions 
On sale now
A winning season of theatre designed to enchant, inspire and delight! Featuring acclaimed current works from four women playwrights along with two stunning revivals of prize-winning masterpieces, a season of satisfying, entertaining and often times transfixing theatre awaits you. EXPLORE THE SEASON

Everyman Theatre is a professional theatre company with a resident ensemble of artists from the Baltimore/Washington area dedicated to presenting high quality plays that are affordable and accessible to everyone. Copyright © 2017 Everyman Theatre, All rights reserved.

WHERE: Everyman Theatre is located at 315 W. Fayette St. Baltimore
Our Box Office can be reached at 410.752.2208.


The Magic Play extended one week only through May 14!

WHEN: 4 shows added, including a special industry night performance.

  • Monday, May 8 at 7:00 PM
  • Thursday, May 11 at 8:00 PM
  • Friday, May 12 at 8:00 PM
  • Sunday, May 1
  • 4 at 2:00 PM

WHERE: Olney Theatre Center 2001 Olney-Sandy Spring Road, Olney


Critics are raving about The Magic Play

"you'll need to see this intensely bespoke drama... with Schneider in it or not at all." —Washington Post

"the drama and romance, kindled by magic, are combustible."Metro Weekly

"You will like it and come back for more" — DC Metro Theater Arts

"refreshingly unpredictable theatre!"MD Theatre Guide


People of Color, People of Clay

WHEN: May 6th thru July 1, 2017, with an opening reception scheduled for Friday, May 5th from 6pm to 8pm
Baltimore Clayworks, 5707 Smith Ave., Baltimore

Longtime Baltimore icon and internationally known expert on race and culture Leslie King-Hammond (left)will be curating the upcoming People of Color, People of Clay (POC2) exhibition at Baltimore Clayworks. The show will feature work created by artists of color from across the country.

"It's absolutely amazing," said Devon Powell, Clayworks Interim Executive Director in discussing King Hammonds' involvement with the exhibition. "It's huge. I don't think we could have asked for or gotten a better-suited person to curate this exhibition, and I don't have the words to express the organization's appreciation and gratitude."

The premise behind POC2 was grounded in the unearthing of exhibiting artists' love of clay, and the voice they found upon the first touch of the materials, and will illustrate the creative community of clay coming together to celebrate, raise up, and promote one another. Artists confirmed as presenting their work in the exhibition include: Gina Aparicio, Mariana Baquero, Sophia Capaldi, Patsy Cox, Rachel Eng, Michel Fujita, Blanca Guerra, Aisha Harrison, Kahlil Irvin, Akiko Jackson, Rob Kolhouse, Jae Won Lee, Courtney Leonard, David MacDonald, Julie Moon, Malcolm Mobutu Smith, Nathan Murray, Mario Mutis, Sharon Norwood, Ruben Olguin, Mercedes Ortiz, Sonya PauKune, E. M. Ray, Nigel Rudolph, Nan Smith, and James Watkins.

Lived History and Cultural Memory

Also on display in the Solo Gallery will be a collection of pieces from Sharif Bey, Associate Professor of Art Education at Syracuse University, whose work ranges from decorative/functional pottery to conceptual wearable ceramic works. His solo exhibition includes artwork inspired by functional pots as well as nonwestern rituals, traditions, and practices. (Left: "Star Child"
image courtesy of Sharif Bey)

Local artists Oletha DeVane and Sallah Jenkins will also be presenting their works in the Project Space and Community Arts Gallery. DeVane, an Ellicott City resident, is a multi-media artist who will be displaying several recent 2-D pieces. Jenkins, a long-standing Community Arts instructor with Clayworks and Baltimore native, will be presenting works titled "Sacred."

Baltimore Clayworks' mission is to develop, promote and sustain an artist-centered community, which provides outstanding artistic, educational and collaborative programs in the ceramic arts. Founded in 1980 by a group of nine community-minded ceramic artists, Baltimore Clayworks has developed a strong local and global reputation for artists' development coupled with sustained community engagement.

Baltimore Clayworks lives its mission daily through its programs: Artists residencies; Ceramic classes and workshops taught by working artists; Exhibitions of nationally and internationally recognized ceramic artists; and a Community Arts program that serves underserved populations at sites across the Baltimore region. 


19th Annual Maryland Film Festival 

WHEN: May 3 - 7

Tickets are now available for purchase on the Maryland Film Festival website.

Browse the full Film Guide for descriptions of this year's selections and screening locations/times. Please check back frequently for updates on special screenings, events, and panel discussions.

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  • May 3: Opening Night Shorts Program and Parkway Grand Opening
  • May 3 - 7: 19th annual Maryland Film Festival
  • May 6 and 7, 1:00pm: Baltimore Student Film Showcase




5707 SMITH AVENUE, BALTIMORE                                                                               

Join Craig Hartenberger this Saturday at 4PM to hear about his show Translate in Baltimore Clayworks' Project Space before in closes!

TRANSLATE is based around a body of work Craig made between 2013 and 2016. Central to this exhibition, as the name says, is the exercise of translating familiar ideas into new materials and exploring outcomes across a diverse body of materials and firings. These works were made as he traveled between Mexico, Denmark, and the United States; each locale leaving its distinct impression on the finished work. This exhibition is not just an exploration of material and touch, but also of thought and placement. Which perspective is correct? Does an answer even need to exist?



Baltimore Clayworks will showcase the best in established and emerging artists of color, (African American, Latino, Indigenous and Asian) who may not be receiving the attention they deserve in People of Color. People of Clay. The unifying component of the show is the artist's love of clay, the voice they found upon first touch, the freedom, vitality and possibility inherent in the material.

Artists Include: Gina Aparicio, Mariana Baquero, Gerald Brown, Sophia Capaldi, Patsy Cox, Rachel Eng, Christina Erives, April Felipe, Michel Fujita, Blanca Guerra Echeverria, Aisha Harrison, Kahlil Irving, Akiko Jackson, Rob Kolhouse, Jae Won Lee, Courtney Leonard, Roberto Lugo, David MacDonald, Julie Moon, Jiha Moon, Malcolm Mobutu Smith, Nathan Murray, Mario Mutis, Sharon Norwood, Ruben Olguin, Mercedes Ortiz, Sonya PauKune, E. M. Ray, Nigel Rudolph, Nan Smith, James Watkins.

In conjunction with this exhibition, we are pleased to include Sharif Bey in the Solo Gallery. Bey is an Associate Professor of Art Education, teaching ceramics at Syracuse University. His work is inspired by functional pots as well as non-western rituals and practices.
Clayworks also welcomes long-time Community Artist and teacher, Sallah Jenkins in the Community Arts Gallery and Baltimore native, Oletha DeVane, in the Project Space. 

With a choice of Hand-building and Potter's Wheel, there is something for many ages and interests this summer at Clayworks!

Using slabs, coils and pinching, along with sculpture and wheel techniques, campers create projects based on the themes like Up Your Game, Channeling Vincent, Digging for Treasurers, Clay Graffiti among others this summer - using the material of clay to engage their minds, use their hands, and have fun!

Check out the full list of Summer Camps here!


Clayworks' Cup-a-thons directly support the Community Arts Program. Come to the Mt. Washington classrooms for a free opportunity to learn and make cups, which will then be glazed and fired to be sold to support community arts. Don't worry, if you like the cup you made, you can buy it back for just $10!



Join us for another great pottery sale at Baltimore Clayworks this June! Find great deals on some of your favorite potters work among the sea of ceramics - including sculpture, garden ornaments, functional pots and more! You will also have access to our Inventory Blowout Sale in The Shop, where you'll find discounts of 10-40% off some of your favorites! More details at


Marquee Ball: Disco Nights

WHEN: April 29th, 2017 | 8pm-Midnight | Low Ticket Warning!
WHERE: Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore
TICKETS: $50, $55 mbrs.
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Dress up and get down at Highlandtown’s hottest disco! Groove in your vintage threads to Rolled Gold’s disco hits or hang in Jonathan Gilmore’s Soul Lounge. Enjoy the silent art auction, roller dancers, photo booth, ‘70s snacks, and far out cocktails!

Your ticket includes: Open Bar Beer & Cocktails from Union Craft Brewing, Monument City Brewing Company, The Baltimore Whiskey Co., Lyon Distilling Company, FOREMAN WOLF, and The Wine Bin. '70s Party Food from Chef Craig Falk of Lunchbox Lady.

B'more All-star Group Rolled Gold

Get down to your favorite Disco hits in the Theater all night long with Baltimore’s all-star band organized by Matthew Pierce (Arbouretum, Big in Japan) and Stephen Strohmeier. Rolled Gold features Katrina Ford (Celebration), Hanna Olivegren (Zomes), Walker Teret, Charisse Nichols, and more special guests!


Jonathan Gilmore's Soul Lounge

Grab one of our signature cocktails and enjoy live soul music all night in the Marquee Lounge by Jonathan Gilmore and friends.






Roller Dancers of It's My Skate Night!

Watch the roller dancers in action! It's My Skate Night will be cruising through the party!






Disco Nights Art Auction

Bidding closes at 11pm during the Marquee Ball!
Over 80 works of art! Each piece goes to the highest bidder the night of the Marquee Ball! This year all artworks are valued under $500, making this event the perfect place to collect work from both emerging and renowned Baltimore artists!

Everything You Need to know about the Marquee Ball!

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clip_image002Building an Inclusive Baltimore: A New Lens for Inclusion at The Baltimore Museum of Art

WHEN: May 4, 2017, from 6:30-8:30 p.m.
Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Dr., Baltimore

In partnership with Beyond Conflict, a global initiative internationally recognized for its powerful new approaches to achieving peace in divided societies, the free event on brings together leaders in the arts, conflict resolution and behavioral science to share the drivers of exclusion and the ways people consciously and unconsciously act. The event seeks to apply these insights to spark strategies for cultural organizations to more meaningfully engage with and reflect their communities.

Speakers and moderators include: Rebecca Saxe, Principal Investigator, SaxeLab for Social Cognitive Neuroscience, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Ambassador Ebrahim Rasool, activist and former South African Ambassador to the U.S.; Carrie Mae Weems, Contemporary Artist, MacArthur Genius Award recipient; Jeannie Howe, Executive Director, Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance; Mark Muller, Senior Advisor to the United Nations Envoy to Syria; Christopher Bedford, BMA Dorothy Wagner Wallis Director; and Timothy Phillips, Co-Founder and CEO of Beyond Conflict.

“I encourage everyone interested in creating a more inclusive Baltimore to participate in this event,” said BMA Dorothy Wagner Wallis Director Christopher Bedford. “This is an extraordinary opportunity for individuals and cultural institutions to harness the considerable wisdom and experience of the panelists to reflect on the narratives that they tell and how they interact with their communities.”

This is the second in a series of events designed by Beyond Conflict to engage leaders across the United States in conversations on the seemingly intractable challenges of discrimination, bias, and exclusion. Beyond Conflict’s most notable accomplishments include: catalyzing the field of transitional justice; helping introduce the truth commission concept in South Africa; and fostering peaceful negotiations and national reconciliation among leaders in Northern Ireland, Central America, and the Balkans.

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Thursday, April 27, 2017


American Made: Mass Production/Mass Incarceration
examines concepts of mass production and forced labor in art by prisoners

WHEN: opens with a reception and artist talk on Saturday, April 29, at 6 p.m., and runs through Saturday, May 27
Maryland Art Place, 218 W Saratoga Street, Baltimore

Students in the Maryland Institute College of Art’s (MICA) Exhibition Development Seminar (EDS) present “American Made: Mass Production/Mass Incarceration,” an exhibition and reading room that showcases photography, zines, video and other visual art forms produced by current and former prisoners that examines concepts of mass production and forced labor in prisons.

Founded in 1997 by M.F.A. in Curatorial Practice founding director George Ciscle, EDS is a yearlong course that provides students professional experience in curatorial practice by working collaboratively with mentors to research, plan and produce a major exhibition. This year’s seminar was led by MICA faculty Jeffry Cudlin

For “American Made,” EDS students examined how craft works as currency in the U.S. prison system, and organized the exhibition to showcase creativity as a reaction to incarceration while exposing production from forced labor.

Work in “American Made” includes an installation by Philadelphia-based artist Jesse Krimes; text and photos by San Francisco-based anthropologist Sandra Cate and photographer Robert Gumpert; videos from the Real News Network presented by Baltimore-based artist Bashi Rose ; painting by Philadelphia-based artist Russel Craig; new drawings by Angelo, in collaboration with Chicago-based collective Temporary Services; posters by New York-based designer and artist Josh MacPhee; and zines and other publications including The Beat Within by David Inocencio (San Francisco), Tenacious by Victoria Law (New York), and South Chicago ARA/ABC Zine Distro by Anthony Rayson (Chicago).

Scheduled events for “American Made” that explore the intersection of mass incarceration and mass production include:

Saturday, April 29, 6 - 9 p.m.:

American Made” opening and talk by participating artist Jesse Krimes and performance by mentor and D.R.A.M.A. co-founder Soldier, followed by a reception catered by Eye Can Bmore, an organization staffed by formerly incarcerated individuals.

Thursday, May 4, 6 - 8 p.m.:

Guest speaker Anthony Rayson discusses his collaborations with prisoner writers and artists. He will present original prisoner artworks and zines, which will be followed by a zine-making workshop.

American Made” is organized and curated by EDS students Sera Boeno, Cynthia Fang, Maya Fell, Betty Gonzales, Sukhmani Kaur, Joe Leonard, Zoe Moldenhauer, Lucas Nelson and Jenna Rayman. The exhibition is made possible by Friends of EDS.

For more information about MICA’s Exhibition Development Seminar (EDS), visit

Maryland Art Place (MAP)

Maryland Art Place inspires, supports, and encourages artistic expression through innovative programming, exhibitions, and educational opportunities while recognizing the powerful impact art can have on our community. MAP creates a dynamic environment for artists of our time to engage the public by nurturing and promoting new ideas. MAP has served as a critical resource for contemporary art in the Mid-Atlantic since 1981. MAP is supported by the Maryland State Arts Council, the Baltimore County Commission on the Arts & Sciences, and the William G Baker Jr. Memorial Fund. For more information, visit

Image credit: South Chicago ARA/ABC Zine Distro

Founded in 1826, Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) is the oldest continuously degree-granting college of art and design in the nation. The College enrolls nearly 3,500 undergraduate, graduate and continuing studies students from 49 states and 65 countries in fine arts, design, electronic media, art education, liberal arts, and professional studies degree and non-credit programs. With art and design programs ranked in the top ten by U.S. News and World Report, MICA is pioneering interdisciplinary approaches to innovation, research, and community and social engagement. Alumni and programming reach around the globe, even as MICA remains a cultural cornerstone in the Baltimore/Washington region, hosting hundreds of exhibitions and events annually by students, faculty and other established artists.


Baltimore Chamber Jazz Society

The Baltimore Chamber Jazz Society Presents


WHEN: Sunday, April 30th, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
WHERE: Baltimore Museum of Art, 10 Art Museum Dr., Baltimore
TICKETS: $35 General Admission | $33 Seniors / BMA Members | $10 Students

Watch this live performance on YouTube!
Linda Oh Quartet: Sun Pictures at NYC Winter Jazz Fest 2015: "Blue Over Gold"

Join us on International Jazz Day! Linda May Han Oh's ensemble features Linda May Han Oh on bass, Fabian Almazan on piano, Troy Roberts on tenor saxophone, Matthew Stevens on guitar, and Dan Weiss on drums.

“One of the most dynamic rising stars in jazz today” (Wall Street Journal).

Bassist and composer, Linda May Han Oh celebrates the music of her newest album Walk Against Wind on Biophilia Records. She has performed with musicians such as Joe Lovano, Vijay Iyer, Kenny Barron and has composed music for various ensembles and short films. In 2010 she was nominated for the Jazz Journalist’s Awards for Up and Coming Artist of the Year, and received the award of No. 1 Acoustic Bass Rising Star in the Downbeat Critic’s Poll. Oh’s understated yet highly sophisticated style is the phenomenal bassist’s singular mark that characterizes her music. She is now a member of Pat Metheny’s most recent quartet project.

The art of mime, with its embrace of silence and pure physical expression, may seem like an unlikely source of inspiration for a jazz musician. But in “Walking Against the Wind,” one of Marcel Marceau’s best-loved pieces, bassist/composer Linda May Han Oh found a stunning metaphor for the life of an artist. Marceau’s graceful but frustrated motion, which also inspired Michael Jackson’s iconic moonwalk, found the legendary mime fighting against invisible but pervasive forces while also embracing the beauty and pleasure to be found in taking the paths in life that offer greater challenges – but also richer rewards.

On her fourth album, Walk Against Wind, Oh explores both the challenges and the rich rewards of an artist’s journey. “Walk Against Wind is about the paths that we choose,” Oh explains. “Sometimes they end up being the harder paths, but in the long run they prove more fruitful.” The compelling, memorable compositions and thrilling improvisations on Walk Against Wind exemplify why Linda May Han Oh has become one of the most in-demand bassists of her generation.

One of Baltimore's premiere jazz concert series for over two  decades, the  Baltimore Chamber Jazz Society programs some of  the finest artists in jazz  today. 

For more information, please call  410-385-5888, message us at,  or visit



Pumpkin Theatre's 49th season concludes with the kickoff to their 50th Anniversary Celebration and Robin Hood!

Pumpkin Theatre turns 50 this year and to celebrate, we're throwing a birthday party for all our friends, alumni, and especially our patrons who have been with us all the way. Come see Robin Hood on May 20 and stay for food, fun, and games. See what's in store for our 50th season!

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We're Kicking off Our 50th Birthday!

Parents! Children! Lovers of Live Theater!

Baltimore's premiere children's theater company is turning 50 years strong and wants to commemorate this achievement with you! Pumpkin invites you to enjoy our big bash for games, laughter and, of course—birthday cake!





Celebration Entertainment Includes:

  • Games for all ages
  • Children's Karaoke
  • Live Music by Limestone Connection
  • Costumed Pumpkin Characters
  • Announcement of 50th Season

WHEN: Saturday, May 20, 12pm-5pm
: Pumpkin Theatre at Har Sinai, 2905 Walnut Avenue - Owings Mills

*Regular ticket prices apply for Robin Hood performances May 20; $14 in advance and $16 at the door. 

Find out more information here!

Jon Kevin Lazarus and Rachel Reckling as Robin and Marian in Robin Hood

Robin Hood
Dramatized by Cathryn Pisarski
Directed by Bobby Harris

WHEN: May 13, 14, 20 & 21, performances 1pm & 3pm

Robin Hood is the classic tale of Sir Robin of Locksley who has given up his titles to help the peasants of Nottingham. Stealing from the rich to give to the poor, he and his band of merry men are hunted by the Sheriff of Nottingham. In order to flush him out of his hide out in Sherwood Forest, the Sheriff hatches a plan to capture Robin by staging an archery contest.

Can the clever Maid Marion help him escape? See Robin Hood, Little John, Friar Tuck, Will Scarlett, and all the rest in this swashbuckling adventure! Produced by special arrangement with Dramatic Publishing.

Purchase tickets or more information or call 410.902.1814

2017 Summer Camps

We have camps for ages five to seventeen. It will be an exceptional experience for your young actor. Musical theatre, comedy, and master classes are offered as well as beginning acting. Join our talented staff and make this summer one to remember!

Theatre Playgrounds 1 & 2
(Playground 1 for ages 5-6)
(Playground 2 for ages 7-8)

Does your child love stories and playing make believe? In this camp your child will learn a variety of dramatic skills focusing especially on what qualities go into understanding/creating a character as well as understanding and building a story.

WHEN: July 31-August 4, (10am- 12pm)


Summer Theatre Intensive
(ages 12-17) 

Spend two amazing weeks learning the many facets of theater from some of the area's most talented artists. Young actors with stage experience will benefit from the unique perspectives of these actors, directors, musicians, choreographers, playwrights, designers, and stage managers. Real world training and advanced skills will be explored with camp participants. This exclusive experience will help greatly in understanding how live theater works and the many opportunities available in the field itself.

WHEN: July 17-28, (9am-4pm) 
*Before care and after care available


Comedy Camp
(ages 12-17) 

Kids spend their days exploring theater games, comedy improvisation, and writing and performing comedic scenes and monologues. This one-week camp will teach campers listening skills, improvisational skills, build self-confidence and work on writing skills. They will laugh their way through these summer camps!

Session 1: June 26 - 30 (9:00am -4:00pm) 
Session 2: July 24-28 (9:00am - 4:00pm) 
*Before care and after care available


Broadway JR
(ages 8-14)

This two-week session explores all aspects of musical theater. Students will rehearse and perform a cabaret style show. Your kids will also have lots of fun playing theater games and learning as they do so! A great class for your musical theater enthusiast!

WHEN: July 31-August 11, (9:00am-3:30pm)
*Before care and after care available


For more information or to enroll please call 410.902.1814 or write to us at

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WHEN: April 27 - April 29, May 4 - May 6, May 11 - May 13 , 8pm; May 7, 2pm
Single Carrot Theatre, 2600 N Howard St., Baltimore
TICKETS: Tickets only $15!

Baltimore Improv Group’s Unscripted returns to the stage for its 10th year. You bring the props and the suggestions. They’ll create a different play, every night, for ten nights. Discounts are available for current BIG University students—contact your instructor for more info.

Also coming up this month, BIG in the Community!

Join us for a night of laughs art Har Sinai Congregation's BIG Benefit! Spend an evening with friends for food, drinks, a silent auction, and a performance by the Baltimore Improv Group! Proceeds benefit HSC Youth Groups and educational programming!
Info & tickets here!

Join us for Nosh, Nibbles and Giggles at our B.I.G. Benefit!

WHEN: Saturday, April 29 7:00p.m. - 11:00p.m.
Har Sinai Congregation, 2905 Walnut Avenue Owings Mills

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Spend an evening laughing with friends as the Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) performs at Har Sinai Congregation.

Your ticket includes: 2 drink tickets, buffet dinner with choice of Prime Rib, Salmon, and a vegetarian option & silent auction.  Catering provided by Martin's Caterers. Cash bar available for those who wish to purchase additional drinks. All proceeds support HSC youth groups and educational programming.

Har Sinai Congregation is the oldest continuously Reform Jewish Congregation in the United States. Educational programs span all ages, encouraging Congregants to never stop learning. HSC continues to believe  that the children of today are the leaders of tomorrow.

Please visit if you wish to learn more about Har Sinai Congregation.

Questions please contact Lisa Dickler at 410-274-4268 or email

Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) is celebrating its 13th season of bringing comedy to the Greater Baltimore area. BIG performs over 200 times per year in Baltimore City and the surrounding region. For more information please visit the BIG website at

This event is intended for mature audiences

Friday, April 21, 2017


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The drama students of Hoboken High School and their director, Danielle Miller, along with celebrated actress Joy Kelly and the Hoboken High School Chorus, present a staged reading of George Cameron Grant’s empowering play as a fundraiser for its theater program.

WHEN: April 28, 2017 at 7pm
Hoboken High School, 800 Clinton St, Hoboken, NJ 07030
TICKETS: $10 for students and seniors;  $20 general admission
Tickets are very reasonably priced and are available at  
The show is appropriate for everybody including children 8 years and older and their families. 

George’s powerful and noble work is about the most unforgettable women you have never known,  Rose Fortune, who was born a slave, and through a 90-year life span, became a symbol of truth, social equality, and human spirit.


Through the miracle of Skype, we are able to share this wonderful presentation of FORTUNE by the students of Hoboken High School with the citizens of Annapolis Royal, the town where Rose lived and worked 80 of her 90 years and the Annapolis Royal Mayor, the Honorable William MacDonald, who will be present to host his side of the simulcast, and will be sharing with both audiences, exciting details about the latest development in the Rose Fortune mission, dedication of Rose’s memorial in Garrison Cemetery, created by celebrated Canadian sculptor, Brad Hall, on Canada Day, July 1. 

Inspired by the life of Rose Fortune, internationally-produced and award-winning playwright George Cameron Grant’s (additional collaborations with New York composer Michael J. Shapiro; composer of Pass On the Love featured in Spike Lee’s Do It A Cappella; Addy Award winner for his work on August Wilson’s Fences) “Fortune” also depicts a facet of American History rarely taught—the role Black Loyalists played to win their freedom from slavery. 

This staged reading will be directed by Hoboken High’s acclaimed Danielle Miller.  Hoboken High, one of New Jersey’s more diverse high schools, recently took home 12 medals in the NJ Thespians Festival competing against 35 other schools. The judges were particularly impressed with the honesty and truthfulness of the performances of the Hoboken students.

In “Fortune” 10-year old, courageous Rose refuses to accept failure as an option, no as an answer, or despair as a destiny.  As critic David Roberts, Theatre Reviews Limited, wrote:  “Fortune” is a powerful testament to the ability of the individual to overcome seemingly impossible odds to achieve success and to the importance of family, faith, and the amazing resilience of the human spirit to overcome.  “Fortune” is truly transformational theatre.    Real, simple, direct and powerful, it is the kind of theatre that can shift thinking, wake up consciousness, and change lives meaningfully.  

IMAGE: Back row from left to right: Lizeth Oliva  (from Jersey City) , Jeane Cummins, David Rivera, Demeara Davenport, George Cameron Grant, Joy Kelly, Hannah Mack, Te' Janea Bradley-Johnson (from Jersey City), Debby Moretti, Danielle Miller. Front row from left to right: Ivelisse Lorenzo, Aliyah Ramos, Raul Hernandez, Brandon Lyons. Missing:  Andrew Moya & Veronica Mannillo

Monday, April 17, 2017


Join us for the big reveal on
Monday, April 24 from 6:00-9:00 PM

You're invited to the Everyman Theatre 2017/18 Season Announcement Event

WHEN: Monday, April 24, 2017
WHERE: Everyman Theatre, 315 W. Fayette Street, Baltimore, MD 21201

  • 6:00 PM - Happy Hour (drink specials & happy hour pricing) | Main Lobby
  • 7:00 PM - Season Announcement & Presentation | Theatre
  • 8:00 PM - Dessert & Complimentary Bubbly | Main Lobby

Founding Artistic Director Vincent M. Lancisi moderates on-stage conversations with our beloved Resident Company of Actors and Designers for an in-depth and personal look at our exciting 2017/18 Season. Mix with the artists you see on stage, enjoy drinks and hors d’oeuvres, subscription savings and more!

Seating is limited! RSVP by Friday, April 21 for this FREE first-look event
RSVP by sending an email to (You can also reply directly to this email.) Please indicate the total amount of people that plan to attend in your party.



Everyman Theatre is a professional theatre company with a resident ensemble of artists from the Baltimore/Washington area dedicated to presenting high quality plays that are affordable and accessible to everyone.

Copyright © 2017 Everyman Theatre, All rights reserved.

Everyman Theatre is located at 315 W. Fayette St. Baltimore, MD 21201

Saturday, April 15, 2017


Join us for our biggest fundraiser of the year!

Marquee Ball: Disco Nights

WHEN: April 29th, 2017 | 8pm-Midnight
Creative Alliance, 3134 Eastern Ave., Baltimore

Boogie the night away at our building-wide Disco Nights Party!
Marquee Ball: Disco Nights is inspired by the 1979 film Roller Boogie!

Dress up and get down at Highlandtown’s hottest disco! Groove in your vintage threads to Rolled Gold’s disco hits or hang in Jonathan Gilmore’s Soul Lounge. Enjoy the silent art auction, roller dancers, photo booth, ‘70s snacks, and far out cocktails!

Tickets & Info

Party Highlights!

B'more All-star Group Rolled Gold

Get down to your favorite Disco hits in the Theater all night long with Baltimore’s all-star band organized by Matthew Pierce (Arbouretum, Big in Japan) and Stephen Strohmeier. Rolled Gold features Katrina Ford (Celebration), Hanna Olivegren (Zomes), Walker Teret, Sheila Ford, Charisse Nichols, and more special guests!

Jonathan Gilmore's Soul Lounge

Enjoy live soul music all night in the Marquee Lounge by Jonathan Gilmore and friends.

Roller Dancers from It's My Skate Night

It's My Skate Night is a group of talented skaters whose goal is to affect positive change and create awareness around the roller skating community. They've been featured at Artscape and have gained fame for dancing in the streets of Baltimore!

Disco Nights Auction Exhibition

The Marquee Ball Auction Exhibition curated by Executive Director of Goya Contemporary Amy Eva Raehse, Artist Lat Naylor, and Creative Alliance Exhibitions and Programs Manager Jeremy Stern, features more than 80 artists from Baltimore and beyond. This year all artworks are valued under $500!

On View: April 22-29 | Bidding closes at 11pm during the Marquee Ball.

Info & Tickets

Bonus Features

Open Studios, roaming interactive performers, Pixilated photobooth, delicious '70s party food, beer, wine, and cocktails. Costumes encouraged! Check out our Pinterest Board for ideas!

The Marquee Ball supports Creative Alliance's free youth education programs.

Your ticket includes:

  • Complimentary beer and cocktails from Union Craft Brewing, Monument City Brewing Company, The Baltimore Whiskey Co., Lyon Distilling Company, and FOREMAN WOLF.
  • Complimentary '70s Party Food from Chef Craig Falk of Lunchbox Lady