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  • Conflicts of Interest: Casting shadows in a cave

    Conflicts of Interest: Casting shadows in a cave
    Beats skittered off the black, cave-like walls. Josephine Olivia, with black leather shorts and impossibly blond hair, dances a quietly ecstatic and somehow almost absent dance in the dark 14Karat Cabaret in the basement of Maryland Art Place’s Saratoga Street headquarters. A dozen or so people in togas or togalike dresses sit at the tables a dozen feet back from the stage. It feels like something out of a David Lynch movie—if he had been more influenced by Warhol. But the distance between the performers and the audience seemed profound, unbreakable, and dimensional. It was the afterparty for MAP’s Saratoga Toga Party.
  • Clicking and Streaming: "The Sacrament" and "Starred Up"

    Clicking and Streaming: "The Sacrament" and "Starred Up"
    The Sacrament Directed by Ti West Available for streaming on Netflix A Vice magazine fashion photographer receives a letter from his troubled sister Caroline (Amy Seimetz), living at Eden Parish, a secluded, communal farm run by a mysterious man...

    "Dear White People": The film every white person should see but won't

    "Dear White People": The film every white person should see but won't
    In many black homes, parents give their children “The Talk.” It covers everything from how full capitulation during interactions with cops can save your life to how some whites will be convinced they know everything about you before they...

    Annex Theater invites you to a night of humanity at its worst while savoring food at its best--you know, the norm--with "The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover"

    Annex Theater invites you to a night of humanity at its worst while savoring food at its best--you know, the norm--with "The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover"
    Rjyan Kidwell took my fork. I was planning to continue using it. Sure, the former City Paper contributor was playing Albert Spica, one-fourth of the titular quartet in “The Cook, the Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover,” the Nick Vyssotsky...

    The Guerrilla Girls outline their trailblazing feminist art in talk at the Baltimore School for the Arts

    The Guerrilla Girls outline their trailblazing feminist art in talk at the Baltimore School for the Arts
    "Anyone want a banana?" Last evening, two women donning gorilla masks appeared from either side of the packed Baltimore School for the Arts auditorium, passing out bananas to audience members. After climbing onstage, they began reading obscenely...