STAGE

Drama Drama

Everyman's New Play Takes On A Broadway Production Of Kafka

A union-mandated understudy for a big Broadway show does somewhat resemble the protagonist of a...

Baltimore's Globe: The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Brings The Bard Downtown--and Moves Indoors

In 2012, the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company was looking for a new home. It had outgrown its Howard...

Baltimore Playwrights Festival Offers Timely Exploration Of The Lost Opportunity Of The 2000 Camp David Summit

The Camp David summit in the summer of 2000 has become a major talking point in the never-ending...

Under the Poplar Trees

The Holocaust has been the subject of so many movies, plays, and books that it...

Baltimore Shakespeare Factory Presents Funny But Flawed Production of Much Ado About Nothing

What is the handsomest theater space in Baltimore? Everyman Theatre, Single Carrot Theatre, and...

NOISE

Following a rise to national acclaim, Future Islands return home for a triumphant Hampdenfest show

Following Future Islands' March performance on Letterman, the band's secret got out and the group...

With its awards show, the Americana Music Association embraces blues, gospel, and R&B

The secret hero of the 2014 Americana Festival in Nashville last week was neither a scrawny ex-...

No Trivia: The future of Baltimore club is getting sampled in a crappy J. Lo song

-A tragic optimism has taken over the Baltimore club scene these past couple of years. Everybody...

Raz-Ber-Ritas, trombone breaks, and goofing on Michael McDonald: A Steely Dan live review

Wednesday was the anniversary of my Natal Day, and along with the usual well-wishes from well-...

You Say You Want a Revolution

Annex's Superb Performance Captures The Revolutionary Feel Of Peter Weiss' Play "Marat/Sade"

The Annex Theater keeps its audience waiting on the corner of North Avenue and Charles Street before...

Kind of Blue

Effervescent Collective's Founder Lily Kind Says Farewell To Charm City, leaving hole in Baltimore's dance scene

Even when she is sitting, it is obvious that Lily Kind is a dancer. It's not because she has her...

Under Siege

Under Siege

The Apocalypse comes at 6 p.m.

Center Stage’s production of Colman Domingo’s play shouldn’t work . . . but it does

Hilarity Ensues

There's a scene early in Colman Domingo's Wild with Happy at Center Stage where the protagonist, a...

Through June 20 at Acme Corporation

The acquisition of language is one of the great philosophical problems: It is...

Annex Theater takes on Maoist propaganda

A baby has already been thrown off a cliff, and the play has hardly begun. This is the Annex...

Lola Pierson talks about telling stories and learning to talk

Experimental theater has a reputation for being unfriendly, if not downright...

Geopolitical events lead to cancellation of Russian theater festival

Things in Russia have changed so much during the five years Yury Urnov has spent in...

A stoned American crudely revisits the hallowed attic of Anne Frank

In late 1999, just before the Y2K disaster, I made a terrible mistake.

Connor Kizer's play imagines all time as a single moment

"I love thinking about time in a trippy way and what it means to be outside of...

CONNECT WITH US
  • Twitter
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • Flickr
  • RSS Feeds
TRENDING
Calendar

PHOTOS

CP ON FACEBOOK
CP ON TWITTER