Today, an annual Good Friday Fish Fry will be held at the American Legion Post 47 at 5 p.m. Enjoy the annual Easter Egg Hunt, sponsored by the Havre de Grace Recreation Committee, at noon Saturday, at Concord Point Lighthouse Park.
Despite its classy sounding name, the Alamedean Light Opera Company in Baltimore was little more than an amateur theater group. Composed mostly of wannabe opera singers, some with damn fine voices, the company produced standard fare operettas at the old Poly high school in the '40s and '50s.
Besides the rich assortment of holiday concerts this month, there’s also a holiday opera to consider placing on your Christmas calendar. The Columbia-based Opus Concert Theatre will be performing Gian Carlo Menotti’s one-act opera “Amahl and the Night Visitors” at Slayton House Theatre.
The Bell Foundry building in Station North that once houses dozens of artists and performers before it was condemned last year was sold to a developer that has been upgrading old urban buildings into boutique apartments.
A presentation of Leonard Bernstein's controversial "Mass" will feature more than 500 performers from the Peabody Institute, Morgan State University and other Baltimore organizations, with Marin Alsop conducting, at New Psalmist Baptist Church.
The Havre de Grace City Council gave its permission for Mayor William Martin to reach an agreement with the Susquehanna Hose Co. that will allow the Opera House to use the second floor of the adjoining firehouse.
Scottfield Theatre Company is the brainchild of Becky Titelman, a Harford County native who founded the company along with two of her colleagues: director, producer and actor Allan Herlinger and Chuck Bowden, who handles technical aspects of productions.
Performing Gilbert and Sullivan's operetta "The Mikado," with its dated stereotypes of the Japanese characters, now causes controversy in some cities, something Baltimore's Young Victorian Theatre Company seeks to avoid as it prepares to stage the work.
Baltimore Concerto Opera delivered a sensitive performance of Massenet's "Werther" with tenor Brian Cheney and mezzo-soprano Chrystal E. Williams, conducted and accompanied at the piano by Rachelle Jonck.
Stellar mezzo-soprano Susan Graham will make her Baltimore debut for Shriver Hall Concert Series with pianist Malcolm Martineau in an unusual program built around a Schumann song cycle about a woman's life and love.
Harold J. Stern, a beloved piano teacher and chorister who had been associated with several Baltimore churches, died Jan. 25 from complications of prostate cancer at Brightview Senior Living in Towson. He was 87.
Dr. Robert T. "Bob" Singleton, a pioneering cardiologist, World War II veteran and opera lover who served for 25 years as director of the cardiovascular laboratory at the University of Maryland Hospital, died of gastrointestinal bleeding Sept. 12 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson.