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.
The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company, which has found success in its inaugural season in its beautiful new location at 7 South Calvert Street in downtown Baltimore (formerly the Redwood Trust nightclub) has announced its 2015-16 season. It kicks off in September with a production of “Much Ado About Nothing,” updated and set amidst World War I. October will bring the bloody “Titus Andronicus” to the stage.
Imagine having a voice in selecting the cast of a play. As an audience member of Eat the Runt, which will run for three consecutive weekends at the Arts Collective (AC) at Howard Community College (HCC), you will have the opportunity to do just that.
On Wednesday, March 11, 2015, a reception was held in the lobby of the Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore to celebrate and announce the 100th season of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and to unveil the BSO’s new logo. The BSO’s 2015-2016 season will feature homecomings of world-class artists who have played an important role in the BSO’s history.
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