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  • Baltimore artists blur the lines between the culinary and visual arts

    Baltimore artists blur the lines between the culinary and visual arts
    At Terrault Contemporary’s “Salon Show” in October, a group of people stood around a beautiful, and delicious, display. This was not your ordinary gallery fare—deep-fried crickets, beets, sweet potatoes, and guacamole—and it didn’t directly pertain to the art hanging on the walls.
  • 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 Art Scene

    The Art Scene
    Baltimore’s art scene is defined by collaboration. Wherever you turn, artists seem to be working together concocting some mad scheme, creating a new work, or founding a new gallery or performance space. And yet, all this collaboration never equals...

    Best Production

    Annex Theater, 1 W. North Ave., baltimoreannextheater.org Peter Weiss’ “Marat/Sade” is an intimately febrile Chinese box of a play about an unhinged people talking about man’s unhinged nature. Under the co-direction of Philip...

    Best Use of Music in a Play

    Annex Theater, 1 W. North Ave., baltimoreannextheater.org If you are making an adaptation of “The Bacchae,” Euripides’ play about Dionysian excess, you had better give the audience a chance to feel a bit of Dionysian catharsis. And did...