The Baltimore Flute Choir — with most of the ensemble's members living in the Towson area or having attended Towson University — is heading to Orlando, Fla., for a performance at the National Flute Association convention.
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.
Our theater is a great place to come in out of the heat and spend time with the family. Every Tuesday night through Aug. 7, we are offering Free Family Movies. Bring the kids and enjoy everything from current favorites like “Ferdinand” and “Captain Underpants” to classics like “The Sound of Music.
Having seen most of this season's Broadway offerings, I am staggered by the overwhelmingly similar themes of endurance in the face of adversity presented. Perhaps they're products of the challenges we face in today's world.
Preview performances of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream” benefiting Ellicott City flood relief are set for 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 20 and Thursday, June 21 at Patapsco Female Institute Historic Park, 3655 Church Road, Ellicott City.
Folderauer has been in 10 of the 12 shows the high school has put on during his time there, including the musical “Catch me if you Can” this spring, an experience that took acting from something he had dabbled with as a hobby to something he’s now considering as a career.
A conversation with members of the creative team and cast of "Soul: The Stax Musical," a show about the record label that showcased the likes of Isaac Hayes and Otis Redding that receives its world premiere May 10 at Baltimore Center Stage.
“My Fair Lady” is the story of how a poor flower girl with a hideous Cockney accent and bad grammar is transformed into an elegant society lady — mainly by changing her speech. Why does this story resonate? Because even today, people often are judged on how they speak.
The Westminster Symphony Orchestra presents its spring concert at 3 p.m. Saturday, May 5, at Carroll Community College's Theater in the Scott Center. The orchestra is a combination of McDaniel College students, Carroll Community College students, faculty and community members.
As the national touring production of the Broadway musical "An American in Paris" heads to Baltimore, book writer Craig Lucas and star Allison Walsh discuss the process of turning a popular movie into a stage work.
The Carroll Arts Center in Westminster has plenty going on right now in various genres, including a dance-musical performed by an area school and a veteran jazz ensemble playing the hits of yesteryear this weekend, as well as a nine-piece folk group on the schedule for next week.
The American School of Inspiration is a dance and theater performance school in Damascus that draws students as young as age 10 from Carroll, Montgomery, Frederick and Howard counties. Three times a year, however, the school finds a home in Westminster.
This weekend’s events in Carroll include a performance briding contemporary and classical Arabic music and a car and bike show that will raise some money for Rape Crisis Intervention Services. And, next week, remember “The Importance of Being Earnest.”
Could my fair lady — my 9-year-old daughter whose eyes are more likely to focus on an iPad or iPhone than a Broadway stage — find the spectacle she has become accustomed to on a little screen in a big-stage revival of "My Fair Lady"? She was skeptical.
For those looking for a night out this week, a Carroll church is hosting one of the more famous musicals in history and Carroll Community College is opening a new art exhibition. Next week, look for McDaniel College Theatre’s take on a Euripides classic.
For the first time in the school’s history, Century High School will put on a special daytime performance of their musical for students in the school system’s Learning for Independence (LFI) students. Students are performing Suessical this year.
As the stage version of "School of Rock" heads to Baltimore, casting director Merri Sugarman discusses the challenges of finding young talent who can sing and play instruments, and Rob Colletti talks about starring as Dewey.
The 2018-2019 season at Baltimore Center Stage will include productions of the Tony Award-winning musical "Fun Home" and Paula Vogel's recent hit "Indecent," as well as a world premiere by Christina Anderson.
One area Howard County can certainly boast about is its vibrant arts scene, with an abundance of choices that include theater, music and dance companies, as well as free outdoor concerts at Lake Kittamaqundi, Centennial Park and Columbia’s village centers.