Tidewater Players, the community theatre of Havre de Grace, brightens the mid-winter mindset with its production of "Altar Boyz." The one-act musical comedy, a spoof of boy bands, stars five young lads—Matthew, Mark, Luke, Juan… and Abraham.
The Columbia Orchestra's first commissioned score provides new music for an old movie. It commissioned Washington, D.C.-based composer Andrew Earle Simpson to compose a score for Buster Keaton's 1920 silent film "One Week."
When Angie Johnson and Angie Kennard were high school students at Mount de Sales Academy in Catonsville, they dreamt of someday meeting members of their favorite musical group 1980s boy band New Kids on the Block.
While others hum and dream, the folks at Laurel Mill Playhouse are singing and dancing their way to a white Christmas in "Irving Berlin's White Christmas, the Musical." Delightful for all ages, "Irving Berlin's White Christmas" at Laurel Mill Playhouse looks good, sounds good and feels good — a dreamy show that pays much tribute to old-fashioned holiday sentiment.
Two performers with local connections are lighting up the stage in Arena Stage's new production of "Fiddler on the Roof," the classic musical, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary and runs through Jan. 4.
Dominic C. "Nick" Selvi, an elementary school instrumental music teacher and accomplished saxophonist who had taught in Harford county public schools, died Friday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of stage 4 rectal cancer. He was 36.
As a Howard County Volunteer Fire Department Emergency Medical Technician trainee, Kevin O'Brien, a high school senior, observed the elite Fifth District VFD's Dive and Rescue team members during training exercises.
The fourth annual Coffeehouse for a Cause will feature musical talent from three counties taking the stage Nov. 15 in the fellowship hall of St. Paul's Independent Church, 5010 St. Paul's Road, Millers.