Before a word is spoken, the Center Stage production of "One Night in Miami," Kemp Powers' play about the aftermath of Cassius Clay's world heavyweight boxing victory on Feb. 25, 1964, delivers a potent jab to the chin.
Jennifer Holbrook, one of the most talented vocal artists to emerge from the Peabody Institute over the past decade, died Tuesday in Philadelphia. The soprano was 30.
Audiences are accustomed to stellar musicians and inspired music-making on the Shriver Hall Concert Series, so, in one sense, Sunday evening's event was business as usual. But, of course, it was a heck of a lot more.
Baltimore is getting its first taste of Jon Robin Baitz's "Other Desert Cities," a buzz-creator off and on Broadway in 2011 that went on to become a Pulitzer Prize finalist. Fells Point Corner Theatre has jumped into this sizzling play with such finesse and nuance that it’s easy to forget...
Awash in allusions to "Moby Dick" and the biblical story of Jonah, Samuel D. Hunter's startling play "The Whale" focuses on the kind of person you don't expect to see onstage, except, perhaps, in broad comedy.
"Mary Hartman, Mary Hartman," the tribute to the 1970s soap opera parody staged by Annex Theater, has a great pre-show -- a fun loop of commercials playing on a vintage TV set.