Sunday: Post-Show Event: Chickens in the City

Jan. 3

I'm 100 percent a cat lady, but following Amy Langrehr, aka the Charm City Cook, on social media almost makes me want to branch out and get some chickens as pets too. (The operative word there being "almost.") Langrehr has been raising chickens at her rowhouse in Hampden for about four years, using her "girls," as she calls them, for eggs and as companions in her selfies. If that sounds at all intriguing, Langrehr will be giving a talk about raising chickens after a performance of "Year of the Rooster"—appropriately enough, given that the Single Carrot production is about a man named Gil and his not-so-well-raised cockfighting rooster, Odie. Performance at 3 p.m., Chickens in the City talk at 4:30 p.m., 2600 N. Howard St., (443) 844-9253,, $29, $22 for students, artists and seniors. (Anna Walsh)

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