Dame Edna, uber-megastar, told a packed house in Washington's National Theatre that she had been eagerly looking forward to performing in "the intellectual capital of the United States" -- but, unfortunately, there wasn't a venue available in Baltimore.
You can never get enough Stephen Sondheim in your diet. That's reason enough to welcome the revival of "Side by Side by Sondheim" from Vagabond Players.
Baltimore Sun editorial cartoonist Kevin "KAL" Kallaugher was a finalist for the 2015 Pulitzer Prize for Editorial Cartooning, won by Adam Zyglis of the Buffalo News.
It's not news that the Baltimore School for the Arts is one of the city's prime assets -- the place has been crawling with creativity for years. But there was something a little extra newsworthy about the school's big spring production, "Imagined Worlds."
Things tend to go very well whenever Peter Oundjian makes a guest conducting engagement with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. His return this weekend for a program of works filled with color and melodic adventure is especially rewarding.
Orchestras everywhere have been trying various projects aimed at putting a fresh spin on the classical concert experience. One of the most persuasive, to my eyes and ears, is the "symphonic play" developed by Didi Balle and championed by the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, which appointed her playwright-in-residence...