Out on Stage

Out on Stage

Theatre and performances

The Edward A. Myerberg Center will present the Broadway Tenors in Concert, an evening of favorite musical theatre hits, at its annual fundraising event Thursday June 4, 2015 at 7 p.m., at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation (7401 Park Heights Avenue, Baltimore). The Broadway Tenors bring the greatest Broadway songs to life in this enchanting evening – from the classic “Some Enchanted Evening” from South Pacific to newer favorites, like “Oh, What a Night!” from the hit Jersey Boys. The renowned tenors Brent Barrett, John Cudia, and Kyle Dean Massey add additional Broadway fun and flair with special medley material written just for them, and a fully-staged and choreographed theatrical show.

Friday, May 15, 2015

Spirited 1776 at Toby’s

If you think our modern Congress is dysfunctional, you should have been around when the founding fathers of our nation conducted business in the 2nd Continental Congress in the summer of 1776. Arguments can lead to physical scuffles. Personal insults and name-calling were commonplace including branding a colleague a “landlord” or worse, a “lawyer”! A delegate from New York had never voted on any matter because he cannot understand what the people of his state are saying.

Founding artistic director Ian Gallanar has brought an appropriately fresh and young eye to Shakespeare’s timeless romantic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, even injecting a few contemporary references within the production itself. When Mercutio does not feel his friend is up to a challenge from Tybalt because he is already “dead” – pierced through the heart by Cupid’s arrow for the “hard-hearted wench” Rosaline, he says Romeo is “Shot through the ear with a love song.” The actor, the marvelous Vince Eisenson, “sings” the line in the melody of Bon Jovi’s classic 1986 rock song, “You Give Love a Bad Name,” which opens with the lyric “shot through the heart.”

Four thousand miles may seem like nothing in our connected world. It’s huge, however, when you’re on a bicycle trip for that distance, and it could be a chasm that wide when people from different generations are brought together. 4000 Miles, which is part of the Amy Herzog Festival (along with After the Revolution playing at Center Stage’s Head Theater), attempts to close that chasm.

Center Stage’s historic Calvert Street home will be undergoing a major renovation and revitalization beginning in January 2016. The final two plays of its 53rd Season will be hosted by Towson University.


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