Carroll Community College students will present George Orwell’s “1984”, Feb. 22, 23, and 24 at 7:30 p.m. and Feb. 25 at 2 p.m. in the Scott Center Theater.The play, directed by Jane R. Frazier, is described as a ferocious and provocative adaptation of one of the most prescient works of literature.
Rosman has been a performer for more than 30 years, according to a Carroll Arts Center press release. His stage has often been the streets, but he’s also appeared on the “Late Show with David Letterman”, in Atlantic City, on major cruise ships, and in Las Vegas and Reno.
A remarkable number and variety of productions are sprouting up in Baltimore this winter, including the feminist musical “Waitress”; a classic Eugene O’Neill saga; and a recent work about American factory workers facing the loss of their jobs.
Helen V. "Honey" Passano, whose life was defined by her interests in the environment, Chesapeake Bay, the arts and Planned Parenthood, died Jan. 19 from complications of a stroke at the Blakehurst Retirement community in Towson. She was 84.
Judge Dana Mark Levitz who served for 23 years on the Circuit Court for Baltimore County before retiring in 2008, died Wednesday of a heart attack at Lee Memorial Hospital in Fort Myers, Fla. The Stevenson resident was 69.
The 2018-2019 season at Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre will offer "Hamilton" and several other currently running Broadway shows, including "Anastasia," "Come From Away" and "The Play That Goes Wrong"; return engagements for "Les Miserables" and "The Book of Mormon" are also on the lineup.
When the curtain goes up on the Charm City Ballet production of Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” for the first of two shows Dec. 16, 84 dancers will be ready to tell the story — sans dialog — of Ebenezer Scrooge’s pathetic past, forlorn present and promising future.
Growing up, as I dealt with the trauma of losing both my parents due to illness and then struggled with adult authority, receiving a well-rounded education, including the arts, from outstanding teachers saved my life.
Deborah London Hoffman, a dancer, choreographer and teacher who taught Baltimore area dance students for more than six decades, died Nov. 15 from complications of a fall at Ingelhaven assisted living in Mount Horeb, Wisc. The former Owings Mills resident was 96.
As the national touring production of "The Lion King" returns to Baltimore's Hippodrome Theatre for the third time, puppet master Michael Reilly and Baltimore-born actor Keith Bennett talk about the musical's mechanics and enduring popularity.