Iron Crow Theatre presents mythology-inspired 'Bareback Ink'
Bob Bartlett's "Bareback Ink," inspired by the myth of Zeus and Ganymede, involves a tattoo artist and the young man sent to him for major ink on his back.
Beer, Networking, Excellent Time
What's good today?: "The Homo Poe Show," "Daredevils" screening, Wayne White
What's good this weekend?: The Dismemberment Plan, "Twelfth Night," Farmers' Market
Don't Miss: Jake Dibeler's Girlfriend Opens April 15
Iron Crow Theatre Company successfully conjures Poe's spirit
Iron Crow Theatre Company's "Homo Poe Show," a collection of four new, Poe-inspired plays, honors spirit of famed writer.
Like/Dislike with Nick Horan, 'The Homo Poe Show'
Baltimore's Iron Crow Theatre is honoring Edgar Allan Poe with a twist. And Nick Horan will be in the middle of the action.
'Homo Poe Show' casts writer's works in a new light
Iron Crow Theatre Co. applies gay perspective to master of macabre
Single Carrot establishes permanent roots, maintains adventurous flavor
Theater troupe moves into new home in Remington
Baltimore theater community's most memorable experiences of 2013
Yes, the theater scene in Baltimore is ever-growing and diversifying. But it also prides itself on being collaborative and supportive of each other.
'Apartment 213' a telling look at Jeffrey Dahmer
Iron Crow production is chilling, affecting, but not sensationalized
Behind-the-scenes changes at Rep Stage
Two co-producers slated this season
Columbia Rep Stage names new artistic directors
Rep Stage, a professional theatre operating out of Howard County Community College, has named Suzanne Beal and Joseph Ritsch co-producing artistic directors.
Rep Stage names Suzanne Beal, Joseph Ritsch co-producing artistic directors
Director/playwright Suzanne E. Beal and Joseph W. Ritsch, co-founder of Baltimore's Iron Crow Theatre Company, will succeed Michael Stebbins at the helm of Rep Stage.
Iron Crow's show explores gender as a performance with madcap hijinks
Iron Crow Theatre closes season amusingly with 'Act a Lady'
Jordon Harrison's play is an amusing tale of a Prohibition Era Midwestern town where the Elks Club members put on show involving lots of cross-dressing.
Iron Crow Theatre Company gives Baltimore premiere of Daniel Talbott's 'Slipping'
Daniel Talbott's play "Slipping," effectively performed by Iron Crow Theatre Company, concerns a gay teen transplanted from San Francisco to Iowa, where cultural and sensual shocks await.
Charlie Vascellaro looks at the O's chances this year, and in Spitballin', Jim Meyer makes a Birds fan Bucket List.
What happens when an urban gay teen moves to Iowa
Acme Corporation premieres 'Office Ladies'
Lola Pierson play features music by Beach House's Alex Scally.
Lutherville: Girl Scouts reap Silver Awards for good deeds in community
Congratulations to several members of Girl Scout Troop 1635 on receiving Girl Scouting's prestigious Silver Award, the highest award a Girl Scout Cadette can earn.
Like/Dislike: Katie O. Solomon, actor
Baltimore actor Katie O. Solomon stars in Theatre Project's play "Bad Panda"
A queer theater company refines its identity
A play about death and all the things left unsaid lacks emotional punch
Featuring Last Chance: The Story of a Broken Heartland
Rooms Play, A Raisin in the Sun, The Homecoming, A View From the Bridge, The Other Shore, and more.
Iron Crow Theater
Cast highlights a bloody relationship drama
Lettuce and Lovage, The Seafarer, Measure for Measure and more.
Just your average romantic comedy about a guy and a shark meeting cute
Dahmer play winningly discomforting
Playwright/actor Joseph Ritsch ventures into the mind of a serial killer