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  • Fresh 'Tuna' is wickedly funny way to close season at Compass Rose

    Fresh 'Tuna' is wickedly funny way to close season at Compass Rose
    In its selection of "Greater Tuna" by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears and Ed Howard, Compass Rose Theater has made a winning choice for its season closer, guaranteed to please fans of this 1981 show filled with eccentric personalities.
  • Bethlehem Bach Festival 're-imagined' for 108th year

    The music of J.S. Bach invites innovation and experimentation like that of no other composer. No matter how many times we hear his music performed, there always is something new to learn and something different to listen for. So it is with the 108th...

    Music performances in Annapolis, Baltimore and D.C.

    Music performances in Annapolis, Baltimore and D.C.
    City Annapolis Towne Centre, 1906 Towne Centre Blvd., Annapolis. 410-573-9050 •All Children's Chorus of Annapolis, time TBA Sunday. Charles Carroll House, 107 Duke of Gloucester St. 410-349-1856. •The Annapolis Chamber Players will...

    Theatrical performances in Annapolis, Baltimore and D.C.

    Theatrical performances in Annapolis, Baltimore and D.C.
    City Annapolis Shakespeare Company, Studio 111, 111 Chinquapin Round Road. http://www.annapolisshakespeare.org or 410-415-3513. •"Sense and Sensibility," through May 3. 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. Matinees: 3 p.m. Sundays. $30-$35. Colonial...

    Ready for fun? Check out our annual guide to the indoor concert season

    Ready for fun? Check out our annual guide to the indoor concert season
    It's déjà vu all over again as springtime turns the landscape from two-tone to full spectrum. The season is right for a balmy walk to dinner and a great concert, but make your plans early because, as always, the early birds sit in the front rows. Here...