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Drama (genre)

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  • Red Branch finds a tuneful refuge on 'This Island'

    Some theatrical shows work because they offer interesting characters or fascinating story lines. "Once on This Island" works because it's got really great music – and lots of it. This 1990 Broadway musical, now being revived by Columbia's Red...
  • Murray Hill band to celebrate 15 years with greatest hits concert

    It's been 15 years now since Murray Hill Middle School opened its doors and starting teaching our students here in North Laurel. Many of the faces in the building have changed, but luckily for us, one has not. Kathy Hersey started teaching band and...
  • Harford schools reverse move to ban scene of gay men from play

    The Bel Air High School production of "Almost, Maine," almost debuted in Harford County absent a scene many students considered critical to the drama about love in a small town. When county school officials demanded that the scene involving homosexual...
  • Good afternoon, Baltimore: Tuesday lunchtime lowdown

    ON THE SITE... City Hall considers selling 15 historic landmarks: Baltimore's Board of Estimates is slated to approve a contract with a consultant reviewing the sale or lease of the Shot Tower, Upton Mansion, Clifton Park Valve House and Old Town...
  • March 21: The Cult of Katniss

    Jennifer Lawrence is relishing her last few weeks of anonymity. The 21-year-old actress understands that her starring turn in"The Hunger Games" is about to change her life. Opening Friday, the highly anticipated film, faithfully adapted from Suzanne...
  • Reversing school decision on gay scene is a victory for students

    I was intrigued by the recent controversy over a decision to cut a gay scene from Bel Air High School's production of "Almost, Maine," which was ultimately reversed after the American Civil Liberties Union complained. If you missed the story on our...
  • Anthony Bourdain to join CNN in 2013 as host of prime-time weekend show

    Anthony Bourdain to join CNN in 2013 as host of prime-time weekend show
    Anthony Bourdain will join CNN in 2013, the network announced today. The chef, author, actor will host a weekend show focused on food, travel and 'cultures'. CNN has been under much corporate pressure to do something about its ratings, and the news of...
  • Baltimore Sun becomes The Washington Herald -- for a TV minute anyway

    Baltimore Sun becomes The Washington Herald -- for a TV minute anyway
    With "VEEP and "Game Change" produced here, I have been writing a lot about Baltimore standing in for Washington. But Wednesday afternoon, the TV sleight of hand hit a little too close to home when the Calvert Street entrance to the Sun said in big...
  • Heading back down Route 66

    Baltimoreans and Marylanders have become blase about actors being in their midst, along with bellowing directors, film crews, blocked-off streets filled with Hollywood's iconic caravans of trucks, trailers and spotlights, and sidewalks choked with zig-...
  • Foster the People: From cereal jingles to 'Pumped Up Kicks'

    Foster the People: From cereal jingles to 'Pumped Up Kicks'
    When young, aspiring artists ask Mark Foster, the 27-year-old leader of Los Angeles trio Foster the People, for tips on making it big in the music industry, he offers practical advice. "Kids hit me up on Twitter and I tell them to learn how to bartend,"...
  • Who wins 'The Wire' vs 'The Sopranos'?

    Who wins 'The Wire' vs 'The Sopranos'?
    In a battle of the television behemoths, it came down to Baltimore versus New Jersey. Or was it street thugs versus the mafia? Maybe was just Omar against Tony. In any event, the website Vulture.com has had some fun recently, March Madness style,...
  • 'Cards' coming up all aces for Harford

    'Cards' coming up all aces for Harford
    The original Netflix series "House of Cards" began the week with transforming Havre de Grace into a small town in South Carolina and will end it with an open casting call at the Bel Air Armory Sunday 3 to 8 p.m. While it isn't the first time Harford...