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  • Center Stage opens season with revival of 'Amadeus'

    Center Stage opens season with revival of 'Amadeus'
    In a letter to his father, a 25-year-old Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart declared: "I pay no attention whatever to anybody's praise or blame. … I simply follow my own feelings." This self-confidence is just one of the revered composer's traits explored...
  • The Bard gets new 'Globe-ish' digs in Baltimore

    The Bard gets new 'Globe-ish' digs in Baltimore
    For the past 12 years, the name Chesapeake Shakespeare Company has been most associated with its outdoor productions in summer and fall, reached by trekking up a hill to the rustic ruins of Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park in Ellicott City....
  • Forno tries to find footing across from Hippodrome

    Forno tries to find footing across from Hippodrome
    As in any major city, Baltimore and its bars benefit from a hot ticket. Whether it is the Orioles' opening day or a Justin Timberlake and Jay Z concert downtown, these events rarely fail to draw large crowds. In the process, many attendees find time...
  • Everyman Theatre marks first year in new venue

    Everyman Theatre marks first year in new venue
    On Jan. 14, 2013, a crowd gathered for a ribbon-cutting ceremony on West Fayette Street at the site of what had been the Empire Theatre a century earlier. With a restored, glistening facade and entirely new interior, the venue officially opened as the...
  • 'Crimes of the Heart' gets brilliant revival at Everyman Theatre

    'Crimes of the Heart' gets brilliant revival at Everyman Theatre
    We can’t choose our siblings. But, if we’re lucky, we never want to lose the ties that bind us, even when they hurt a little. Or a lot. That’s one of the things learned by the three Magrath sisters of Hazlehurst, Miss., over the course...
  • Two actors tackle multiple roles, accents for 'Stones in His Pockets' at Center Stage

    Two actors tackle multiple roles, accents for 'Stones in His Pockets' at Center Stage
    "Stones in His Pockets," a play about an American film company invading a community in rural Ireland, has more than a dozen characters, but only two actors. That means a lot of quick switches between genders, ages and, above all, accents. For its...
  • Single Carrot establishes permanent roots, maintains adventurous flavor

    Single Carrot establishes permanent roots, maintains adventurous flavor
    Single Carrot Theatre, the zesty venture by a bunch of buddies from the University of Colorado who decided to cultivate a company in Baltimore, now has something it has long desired — a permanent roof over its head. This week's inauguration of a...
  • Everyman Theatre introduces region to 'By the Way, Meet Vera Stark'

    Everyman Theatre introduces region to 'By the Way, Meet Vera Stark'
    During a rather frantic Hollywood party one night in 1933, a film director pontificates on the heavily-laden-with-historic-woe type of actors he wants to portray the slaves in his new antebellum epic. A black maid named Vera Stark, eager to get into...
  • Everyman becomes film company for a day

    Everyman becomes film company for a day
    A voice called out, "Cameras ready." Another voice responded, "Sound." Then a third: "Action." With that, the Everyman Theatre Film Studios came to life one recent morning. OK, not a real film studio, but awfully close. An upstairs space at Everyman'...
  • Interrobang troupe to make debut with 'Scab'

    Interrobang troupe to make debut with 'Scab'
    Over the past decade or so, Baltimore has experienced a boom in small theater companies founded by young college grads dedicated to producing adventurous, contemporary plays. The boom continues. Making its debut this week is the Interrobang Theatre...
  • Nancy P. Cooke, real estate agent

    Nancy P. Cooke, real estate agent
    Nancy P. Cooke, who worked for many years in real estate sales for Chase, Fitzgerald and Co. Inc. and was an active outdoorswoman, died March 7 of cancer at her Roland Park Place home. She was 87. "Nancy was a very special person, a great friend and a...