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  • Baltimore's stage scene offers great entertainment for the altered

    Baltimore's stage scene offers great entertainment for the altered
    There’s a contradiction in all of our thinking about the effects of weed: We think on the one hand it makes us stupid, silly, or giggly, and on the other that it produces deep, trippy thoughts. In some ways both of these are true, and in this way, being stoned is like philosophy. Plato compares the philosopher to someone who has just walked out of the darkness and into the light—she is at once staggering around and looking dazed and seeing the profound depth of the world.
  • Sharing everything isn't all it's cracked up to be in Rep Stage production of 'Circle Mirror Transformation'

    Sharing everything isn't all it's cracked up to be in Rep Stage production of 'Circle Mirror Transformation'
    Annie Baker’s 2009 OBIE-winning play, “Circle Mirror Transformation,” opens with all five characters lying on their backs with their eyes closed in a community center in Shirley, Vermont. In the current production at the Rep Stage,...

    Actress Dawn Ursula talks about her role as a brothel keeper in the Congo

    Actress Dawn Ursula talks about her role as a brothel keeper in the Congo
    We don’t see Dawn Ursula’s hair until the final scene of Lynn Nottage’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, “Ruined,” now at Everyman Theatre. For most of the show, Ursula keeps every strand of that hair hidden beneath a series of...

    Downtown

    Downtown
    Aggio 614 Water St., (410) 528-0200, volt-aggio.com $$$, D, R Celebrity chef Bryan Voltaggio’s first Baltimore restaurant—which opened last year to accompany his popular Washington, D.C. and Frederick joints—offers inventive...

    Chesapeake Shakespeare's Americanized version of Chekhov's 'Uncle Vanya' falls flat

    Chesapeake Shakespeare's Americanized version of Chekhov's 'Uncle Vanya' falls flat
    Anton Chekhov’s “Uncle Vanya” describes what happens to an 1890s Russian household when a literature professor returns to the family estate with his beautiful young second wife. The wife disrupts the provincial estate by drawing her...