Thursday: "Kerrmoor"

Oct. 29

Through Nov. 15, Emmanuel Episcopal Church, 811 Cathedral St., (410) 685-1130, interrobangbaltimore.org, $6-$20 sliding scale.

Local playwright Susan McCully calls her play “Kerrmoor” (in which she also performs) an “Appalachian Greek tragedy.” As a contribution to the Women’s Voices Theater Festival, Baltimore’s Interrobang and Strand theater companies have teamed up to co-produce McCully’s story, which follows a mother and daughter's return to the old rituals of their remote, Appalachian town.

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