Whitney Houston once said, “Learning to love yourself is the greatest love of all.” This line from her iconic song has resonated with many of her fans, especially those of the LGBT community. Later this month, fans will be able to pay homage to the late singer in time to memorialize the 5th anniversary of her passing. The Bodyguard, the musical based on the Houston film, will fill the streets of Charm City with many of the singer’s classics when performed at the Hippodrome theatre Tuesday, February 28th through Sunday, March 5th.
According to Merriam-Webster, “trust” is defined as the “assured reliance on the character, ability, strength, or truth of someone or something.” This month the Fells Point Corner Theatre weaves a story of friends and lovers looking for that ever elusive bonum. Running from February 17th to March 19th, Trust is the dramatic comedy written by Steven Dietz that tells the story of characters living in a world full of lust, love, and lies set against the 90s music scene. Baltimore OUTloud recently chatted with director Michael Zemarel to discuss the upcoming production.
Disney magic enchants Charm City this month as Disney on Ice – Dream Big returns to Baltimore. Running from February 8th to 12th, Dream Big follows Tinkerbell as she uses her enchanted pixie dust to take audiences on a journey though Disney’s beloved tales ranging from Cinderella to Frozen. Baltimore OUTloud recently chatted with Joshua Uster, who plays a range of roles in the performance. From a fish “under the sea” to a merchant in Aladdin, Uster takes audiences on a wild ride through the world of Disney.
Want a break from politics? Audiences can take comfort in the romance and escapism in full bloom at Toby’s Dinner Theatre. Running until March 19th, Toby’s production of Show Boat follows the lives of the performers, stagehands, and dock workers on The Cotton Blossom, a Mississippi River show boat. The performance bristles with a scintillating assemblage of performers. Baltimore OUTloud recently chatted with performer Russell Rinker, who plays Gaylord Ravenal.
Frank Sinatra once said, “The big lesson in life, baby, is never be scared of anyone or anything.” That Sinatra zest for life will once again dazzle Baltimore audiences as the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra SuperPops welcomes Broadway’s own Tony DeSare, Ann Hampton Callaway, and Frankie Moreno in A Tribute to Ol’ Blue Eyes. Running from Thursday, January 26th at Strathmore, and Friday, January 27th through Sunday, January 29th at Baltimore’s Meyerhoff, the performance will pay homage to the classic Sinatra standards.
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