The Orioles were beguiled by Red Sox knuckleballer Steven Wright, so they channeled comedian Steve Martin instead and decided to "get small." It didn't work because there was no one around to get a big hit.
A skid row florist shop has beamed to Main Street for the Laurel Mill Playhouse's spring production of "Little Shop of Horrors," a black comedy rock musical starring an epic flesh-eating plant from outer space.
The Republicans' three amigos -- Rubio, Cruz and Bush -- look about as phony to many Latinos as the trio of actors-pretending-to-be-Mexicans played by Steve Martin, Chevy Chase and Martin Short in the 1986 movie, "Three Amigos!"
American comedian Steve Martin likely had a blast writing his first and, of course, irreverent full-length play. And the folks at Laurel Mill Playhouse currently performing the sophisticated absurdist comedy seem to be having no trouble doing the same.
Harford Technical High School's Cobra Theatre Company will be presenting Howard Ashman and Alan Menken's campy musical "Little Shop of Horrors" in the William H. Amoss Performing Arts Center from March 22-24.Little Shop of Horrors
Today is one of the biggest days in the history of Firaxis Games. The Sparks-based studio has had a team of more than 40 people working for more than four years on project that was kept secret until earlier this year. It's a richly detailed and immersive video game called XCOM: Enemy Unknown.
Six years after Showbeast's debut, its creators, comic and artist Ben O'Brien and filmmaker Erin Gleeson, have started putting together its last and most ambitious chapter, a 30-minute episode that they're treating as a pilot.