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Is Adam Jones invited to this pie party?

Center Stage is throwing a pie party on Sunday night at Liam Flynn's Ale House. The event is a promotion for the theater's current production of "Bus Stop."

The public is invited to show up at Liam's with their homemade pies, which will be judged by a three-person panel of experts. You don't have to bring a pie to the Pie Lab, but the winner of the pie contest will win four tickets to any Center Stage production this season. All entrants, regardless of their pie's quality, will be entered to win tickets to "Bus Stop."

Live music for the event will be provided by Baltimore band Her Fantastic Cats.

There's no word on whether Baltimore's renowned pie-thrower Adam Jones plans to show up.

If you want to submit a pie, drop Heather Jackson (hjackson@centerstage.org) an email at Center Stage by Friday at noon.

Pie Lab is at 7 p.m. Sunday at Liam Flynn's Ale House, 22 North Ave.

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