Noise An Arts Blog
Solo play "Mom Baby God" digs deep into pro-life teen crusaders

I knew from the beginning that comfort was out of the question as I sat in the audience for "Mom Baby God," a one-woman play written and performed by Madeline Burrows and directed by Kathleen Akerly showing as a part of Single Carrot Theatre's four-play festival "Undercurrent: Theatre for Now."

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"Long live the new flesh"—spring revivals at the Charles and the Senator announced

The full list of revivals going on at the Charles Theater and the Senator Theatre this season were announced earlier this week and it is, as usual, a baffling-in-a-good-way collection of classics, kid favorites new and old, and cult picks that have yet to overstay their welcome or even scoop up the sizable cult they deserve.

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Q&A: Roxane Gay discusses her new book "Difficult Women," writing about love, and more

Even though Roxane Gay isn't from here, she sets her story, 'La Negra Blanca,' in Baltimore. The story follows Sarah, a meticulously gorgeous stripper who lives in the county (Towson, specifically), but works in the city—taking classes at Johns Hopkins and stripping to pay the bills. Sarah is bi-racial, although she looks white.

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Stories from inside the barbershop in theatrical show "Fades & Fellowship"

It's been more than a year since I stepped into a barbershop to get a haircut. I made a personal decision in August 2015 to take a chance on myself and grow my hair out and see what the results would be, and honestly, my decision has had its share of ups and downs.

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R.I.P. to Chuck Berry—rock innovator and legend, Bmore club-ized on DJ Technics' 'Ding-A-Ling'
Baltimore Rock Opera Society releases "Gründle Jammers" compilation album