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  • 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 brightly colored, tightly wrapped African scarves: blue, then green, then gold. As the show’s main character, Mama Nadi, the owner of a bar/brothel in the war-torn eastern Congo, Ursula has to keep a lot of things hidden away from the violent soldiers who are her customers, the sweet-talking salesmen who are her suppliers, and the treacherous women who work for her: her money, her diamond, her feelings, her body.
  • 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...

    Everyman produces a spectacular version of Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer-winning play 'Ruined'

    Everyman produces a spectacular version of Lynn Nottage's Pulitzer-winning play 'Ruined'
    It’s not that Mama Nadi is without feelings; it’s that she can’t afford to indulge them. The only way she can keep her bar/brothel open in the wartime anarchy of the Eastern Congo is by taking no side in the war and by bringing a hard-...

    New Single Carrot production mixes surrealism with the reality of war

    New Single Carrot production mixes surrealism with the reality of war
    Wars have always changed those who fight them, but modern warfare changes soldiers in a different way. Those warriors who sit at a computer, remote-operating drones, missiles, or other technology on a faraway battlefield, are altered not by the blood...