Early bird tickets for Baltimore’s BEST party on sale now!

Arts

Recent news

PRESENTED BY
This advertiser has no influence over Editorial decisions or content.

Multimedia

More Arts News

  • Taye Diggs to direct Baltimore Center Stage play this fall

    Taye Diggs to direct Baltimore Center Stage play this fall

    Taye Diggs’ megawatt smile will be seen in Baltimore this fall. But the Broadway star and former cast member of TV’s “Empire” will be behind the curtain for a change. Diggs will make his directorial debut in “Thoughts of a Colored Man,” by Keenan Scott II, a new work described in a Baltimore Center...

  • Cole Porter classics keep 'Anything Goes' afloat

    Cole Porter classics keep 'Anything Goes' afloat

    The screwball comedy spirit of the 1934 musical “Anything Goes” definitely comes across in a Silhouette Stages production that makes the most of the silly plot. Set on the sort of ocean liner that’s fully booked with colorful characters, “Anything Goes” lives up to its title. Not everything that’s...

  • Soulful Symphony finds its new home at Merriweather Post Pavilion

    Soulful Symphony finds its new home at Merriweather Post Pavilion

    Darin Atwater sat down at a piano backstage at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Monday morning and performed an original piece, “First Note,” which he had composed over the weekend. The piece was to symbolize how Atwater’s orchestra, Soulful Symphony, which he founded in 2000, is moving into its new...

  • Merriweather Post Pavilion to announce first resident orchestra Monday

    Merriweather Post Pavilion to announce first resident orchestra Monday

    To fulfill Jim Rouse’s vision, Merriweather Post Pavilion is expected to announce the venue’s first resident orchestra at a press conference Monday. As Rouse planned out Columbia, with an emphasis on the arts, he had hoped for a resident orchestra to find its home at Merriweather, according to...

  • Dan Jenkins, sports writing great and author, dies at 89

    Dan Jenkins, sports writing great and author, dies at 89

    Dan Jenkins, the sports writing great and best-selling author in a career that went from Ben Hogan to Tiger Woods and the manual typewriter to Twitter, has died. He was 89. TCU athletic director Jeremiah Donati confirmed Jenkins died Thursday in his hometown of Fort Worth. Jenkins started his writing...

Books: News & Reviews

39°