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  • 'Sound of Music' soars on Compass Rose's intimate stage

    'Sound of Music' soars on Compass Rose's intimate stage
    Compass Rose Theater opens its third season — and its first with a full, four-show schedule at its Spa Road location — with Rodgers and Hammerstein's "The Sound of Music," featuring a cast of 17 delivering a splendid production of the...
  • Who's in O'Malley's skybox? Politicians, businessmen, TV stars

    Who's in O'Malley's skybox? Politicians, businessmen, TV stars
    Like Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown, Gov. Martin O’Malley has surrounded himself with top Democrats in his skybox at Ravens stadium over the past year. But the governor also has displayed a penchant for entertaining television stars — mixing...
  • A trio of new-to-Baltimore stage shows take the spotlight this holiday season

    A trio of new-to-Baltimore stage shows take the spotlight this holiday season
    The performing arts scene is revved up for another holiday season. In addition to the usual flurry of such perennial favorites as Handel's "Messiah" and Tchaikovsky's "The Nutcracker," this year's lineup gains fresh spice from several new-to-Baltimore...
  • 'Lieutenant of Inishmore' a dark and violent comedy

    'Lieutenant of Inishmore' a dark and violent comedy
    Laurel Mill Playhouse is proving just how many stage lives belong to Bones Maurer, the black cat who debuted recently in "Bell, Book, and Candle." This time around, the four-legged thespian serves as the central plot device in the Playhouse's current...
  • 'Elf the Musical' comes to the Lyric

    'Elf the Musical' comes to the Lyric
    Few holiday movies give such cinematic chestnuts as "It's a Wonderful Live" and "White Christmas" a real run for their money, but, every now and then, one takes off. In 1983, it was the wry, nostalgic "A Christmas Story." Twenty years later, it was the...
  • Toby's 'Miracle on 34th Street' captures holiday spirit

    Toby's 'Miracle on 34th Street' captures holiday spirit
    The sounds of the season are cheerfully asserting themselves at Toby's Dinner Theatre of Columbia, where "Miracle on 34th Street" brings Santa Claus to town. Considering that this musical adaptation of the 1947 Hollywood movie concerns a Macy's...
  • Q&A with car sponsor Fuzzy Zoeller

    Q&A with car sponsor Fuzzy Zoeller
    For my latest blog for The Baltimore Sun, I thought it might be fun to interview my favorite celebrity, golfer Fuzzy Zoeller. As you know if you’ve seen my car, Fuzzy’s Ultra Premium Vodka is my primary sponsor, but Fuzzy is more than just...
  • Living up to the Marx Brothers

    Living up to the Marx Brothers
    Anarchists have taken over Center Stage. Not the bomb-throwing kind, but the quip-smacking, horn-honking, non-sequitur-spinning types known as the Marx Brothers. Those indelible siblings — weirdly mustachioed Groucho, fake-Italian Chico,...
  • From Edgewood to Hollywood: Johnathon Schaech's busy acting career

    From Edgewood to Hollywood: Johnathon Schaech's busy acting career
    One of the top television series of the summer of 2013 has a Harford County native among its cast members, an actor who has spent nearly 25 years working with some of the biggest names in the entertainment industry. "I just thought I really wanted to do...
  • Glenelg High grad to star in national tour of 'Evita'

    Glenelg High grad to star in national tour of 'Evita'
    Growing up in Howard County, Caroline Bowman often fantasized about what it would be like to star in a Broadway musical. On an October afternoon in Manhattan in 2011, she came one step closer to finding out. "My cellphone rang and it was the casting...
  • All aboard the 'Twentieth Century' for a journey of glamour, comedy

    All aboard the 'Twentieth Century' for a journey of glamour, comedy
    Prince George's Little Theatre is opening its 54th season with a stellar production of the 1932 madcap comedy "Twentieth Century," a product of the late, legendary Broadway and Hollywood writing team Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur. "Twentieth Century,"...
  • Tapping into 'Glass Menagerie,' Williams

    Tapping into 'Glass Menagerie,' Williams
    The first voice in Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" belongs to Tom Wingfield, a budding poet trapped in a boring day job. Serving as guide through the playwright's exquisitely crafted layers of memory and anxiety, Tom dispenses "truth in the...