Plato once said that “Rhythm and harmony find their way into the inward places of the soul.” Symphony Number One, Baltimore’s newest chamber orchestra, has created quite the stir in Charm City’s musical scene. By performing new and substantial works by emerging composers alongside powerful classics from the past, Symphony Number One has been able to electrify concertgoers from all walks of life.
Meet Baltimore’s Musical Magi: Linda Moxley, Leo Wanenchak and Tom Hall. Like the Biblical Magi who brought gifts of love and are credited with inventing the art of giving Christmas presents, Linda Moxley, Leo Wanenchak and Tom Hall are modern-day Magi, bringing Christmas presents of love in the form of magical musical memories from the Baltimore Choral Arts Society (BCAS).
As we polish off the turkey and remaining piece of pumpkin pie, we wearily turn our attention to the upcoming holiday season and the daunting list of tasks that need to be checked off before Santa rolls his jolly ass into Charm City this December. Thankfully, those looking to recapture some of the Christmas spirit of their youth can regale in the holiday nostalgia of A Christmas Story running from Tuesday, December 6th– Sunday, December 11th at the Hippodrome Theatre. The beloved holiday classic of Ralphie Parker, and his quest to obtain the holiday gift of his dreams, has delighted audiences since the film favorite debuted in 1983.
A heart-racing glance across a crowded ballroom. The staccato sound of glass heels running. The tolling of midnight bells from the clock tower. These are just some of the timeless images that come to mind when recounting the fairytale Cinderella. Running at Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre from November 1st through 6th Rogers & Hammerstein’s Cinderella tackles the timeless tale with a contemporary approach. More than just a pretty face with the right shoe size, this Cinderella is a spirited young woman with savvy and soul vying to make the world a better place.
On the heels of the critically acclaimed The Wild Party, the Iron Crow Theatre is bringing a “Science Fiction / Double Feature” to the stage as The Rocky Horror Show causes audiences to shiver in antici ... pation. Running at the Motor House (120 West North Avenue, Baltimore) from Thursday, October 27th – to Monday, October 31st, the cult classic follows the story of sweethearts Brad and Janet who encounter the wildly seductive world of Dr. Frank-N-Furter. Along the way they find a creepy butler, a devious maid and the delightfully muscular creation, Rocky.
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