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- Compass Rose founding artistic director Lucinda Merry-Browne ends the theater's third season ambitiously by bringing to Annapolis a premiere that Merry-Bowne also directs.
- Horton Foote crafted gentle dramas about ordinary lives. The late playwright's "A Young Lady of Property," which opens the Rep Stage season, is set in a Texas town in 1925. Although it's such an insular place that it seems unlikely the small-town gossip would even travel as far as the next town, Foote taps into dreams and disappointments that have universal application.
- Now offering its fifth production since opening in the 2011-12 season, Compass Rose Theater seems comfortably rooted in its strip mall Eastport Shopping Center location. The cozy storefront lends an off-beat charm to the company's current offering, Neil Simon's 1963 comedy classic, "Barefoot in the Park."
- South Laurel Recreation Council is accepting registrations for a variety of classes, including chess, knitting, dance and fitness. Montpelier Arts Center is offering Dinner and a Movie. The next showing is "To Kill a Mockingbird," Feb. 16, along with Southern cooking in keeping with the movie's theme.
- In this new year, we're enjoying memories from last year's highlights on Anne Arundel's theater scene - and looking forward to encore performances in 2013.
- After a successful inaugural three-play season at its Eastport Shopping Center location, Compass Rose Studio Theater opens its second season with Christopher Sergel's stage adaptation of Harper Lee's acclaimed novel, "To Kill a Mockingbird."