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  • Centerstage gets a fresh start with a topical lineup

    Centerstage gets a fresh start with a topical lineup
    The big news in Baltimore theater this season is the arrival of British-born Kwame Kwei-Armah, who is taking the helm as the new artistic director of Centerstage (700 N. Calvert St., 410-332-0033). Kwei-Armah, who replaces Irene Lewis, has said he's...
  • Colonial Players' 'Unexpected Guest' is mysterious opener

    Colonial Players' season opener of Agatha Christie's "The Unexpected Guest" begins with several minutes of suspenseful darkness, before a stranger enters the unlit house and shines his flashlight on a woman holding a gun. The stage lights brighten to...
  • Author Karen Rose debuts new romantic suspense series set in Baltimore

    Author Karen Rose debuts new romantic suspense series set in Baltimore
    When Karen Rose enrolled at the University of Maryland, the one thing she knew was that she "didn't want to dissect." It's a funny confession for an author who has written a 494-page novel about a killer who tortures victims with a filleting knife. Rose...
  • Appreciation: Peter Falk's Columbo rivaled best Brit detectives

    Appreciation: Peter Falk's Columbo rivaled best Brit detectives
    Peter Falk had a fine career on the stage and in feature films. His crazed comic performance in "The In-Laws" alone would guarantee a major appreciation from film critics and scholars. But it is his network television work in the 1970s as a modest, sly,...
  • County Digest

    Auditions •The Colonial Players will hold auditions for its production of the Agatha Christie mystery "The Unexpected Guest" at 7:30 p.m. Sunday-Monday, July 17-18, at 2132 Reynard Court, Annapolis. Roles are available for seven men age 19 to 50s...
  • Design by the book

    Design by the book
    You have to study the piece called "Inversion" for a minute to fully appreciate the joke. Jim Rosenau, an artist based in Berkeley, Calif., has crafted a fully functional and aesthetically appealing bookshelf from five volumes. Three tomes are used for...
  • Tom's Reindeer Run supports Sarah's House at Fort Meade

    Share your good news and events with the community. Contact Laurel Leader editorial assistant Pat Farmer, paf1@patuxent.com, or phone and fax 410-332-6653. $6 sale — Hosted by Laurel Regional Hospital Auxiliary, Fri., Nov. 18, 7 a.m.-4 p.m., J.R....
  • Laurel Mill Playhouse unveils a mystery in 'The Hollow'

    Laurel Mill Playhouse unveils a mystery in 'The Hollow'
    In 1950, after 30 years of keeping good company, Dame Agatha Christie decided she didn't much like Inspector Poirot in "The Hollow." So she simply axed the tidy little Belgian from her stage adaptation of the mystery, which is currently playing under...
  • Read & Write: Local authors on favorite book characters

    Read & Write: Local authors on favorite book characters
    As a preview to this year's Children's Read & Write Program, which invites children to submit book reviews for possible publication, we asked several Chicago-area authors to tell us about favorite characters from childhood books. Here's what they said....
  • Northlight announces first three shows' casts

    Northlight Theatre in Skokie announced on Wednesday the casts of the first three productions of its 2014-15 season: “The Commons of Pensacola,” “The Mousetrap” and “White Guy on the Bus.” “The Commons of...
  • 10 things you might not know about literary enigmas

    10 things you might not know about literary enigmas
    There's no mystery about the best place for book lovers to gather this weekend — it's the Printers Row Lit Fest in the South Loop. But here are other questions about literature that have confounded many: 1/ In September 1849, Edgar Allan Poe...
  • Review: 'Summer House With Swimming Pool' by Herman Koch

    Review: 'Summer House With Swimming Pool' by Herman Koch
    American readers got their first taste of Dutch novelist Herman Koch's disturbingly creative mind when "The Dinner" was published here last year. Its unnervingly amoral characters whet our appetite for more of Koch's sick, twisted — and more...