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Out on Stage

Saturday, August 06, 2016

Thunder from Down Under

Australian beefcake on parade!

Charm City will delight in a side of Australian beefcake this month as Australia’s Thunder From Down Under hits the Baltimore Soundstage on August 12th and 13th. The touring group, featuring some of the best-looking Aussie hunks has to offer, will delight audiences with seductive dance routines and chiseled physiques.

3.5 hours away to world-class theatre!

While I always grateful for the wonderful theatre performances seen on a weekly basis here in Baltimore, every theatre enthusiast should treat themselves to a yearly pilgrimage to New York City – the theatre capital of the world. Luckily, transportation to the Big Apple from Charm City has never been easier, even on a budget. For those in Baltimore City, regular Amtrak service runs to New York starting from $79. Leaving from White Marsh, Megabus offers fairs as low as $10 one way to N.Y.C. I opted for Bolt Bus leaving from Penn Station, Baltimore: one-way $30.

Roanoke, the Nashville-based band, is performing at Germano’s Piattini on Wednesday, August 10th at 6 p.m. With its folk-blended melodies, Roanoke’s collaborative band members bring different sounds culminating in a talented taste of Americana right here in Baltimore.

In an age of Netflix and overpriced Broadway fares, it’s refreshing to find the art of dinner theatre not only surviving but thriving at Toby’s Dinner Theatre in Columbia, Maryland. Greeted at the door by the charming performer Andre Hinds, a dinner fare awaits patrons that rivals the most exquisite wedding. Hinds, who plays Seaweed Stubs in the Toby’s production of Hairspray, shared his view of the character.

Friday, June 24, 2016

Realer than Real

Baltimore native stars as Baltimore native in Toby’s Hairspray

As Hairspray continues to “unleash the beat” on local audiences at Toby’s Dinner Theatre, Baltimore OUTloud recently sat down with actress Kelli Blackwell to discuss her role as Motormouth Maybelle. This marks the third time the Baltimore native has played the lovable force to be reckoned with on stage. Blackwell shared both her insight, as well as the cultural impact, of the character.


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