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Thank You, Dad: New play explores demonic descent of cult leader Jim Jones

Lance Bankerd as Rev. Jim Jones in Thank You, Dad. (courtesy) In a somewhat shocking scene in the second act of the play Thank You, Dad, Reverend Jim Jones blithely tosses his Bible to the ground, mocks Christ’s warning about […]

Lance Bankerd as Rev. Jim Jones in Thank You, Dad at Baltimore Theatre Project. (courtesy)

Thank You, Dad: New play explores demonic descent of cult leader Jim Jones

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Lance Bankerd as Rev. Jim Jones in Thank You, Dad. (courtesy) In a somewhat shocking scene in the second act of the play Thank You, Dad, Reverend Jim Jones blithely tosses his Bible to the ground, mocks Christ’s warning about […]

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‘The Upside’: A feel-good tale of a billionaire and his buddy

2.5 out of 4 stars It really doesn’t matter that “The Upside” is based on a true story or is a remake of the 2012 French film “The Intouchables.” What does matter

‘Bumblebee’: A Transformers film in which more than meets the eye

3 out of 4 stars Leave it to a Volkswagen Beetle to return the power to a Transformers story that had gotten worse with every chapter after an explosive start

Paul Morella in Olney Theatre Center's production of A CHRISTMAS CAROL: A GHOST STORY OF CHRISTMAS. (Photo: Stan Barouh)

A Christmas Carol: A Ghost of a Story told the olde fashioned way

Paul Morella in Olney Theatre Center's A Christmas Carol: A Ghost of a Story. (Stan Barouh) There’s a reason some things become holiday traditions – whether it is Mom breaking

Buddy (David Schlumpf) helps the ensemble of ELF THE MUSICAL make Macy's Department Store more "Sparklejollytwinklejingley." (Photo: Stan Barouh)

Elf The Musical offers family fun at Olney Theatre Center

Everyone could stand to have a bona fide buddy for Christmas. Not a barroom buddy, who would sadly commiserate, as the two of you cry in your beer, but

‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’: A sequel worth seeing  

3 out of 4 stars It’s official: Ralph has become too big for his 8-bit or 16-bit arcade world. Ralph, the hulking, big-fisted villain from the 1980s video game who rose

Lynyrd Skynyrd shines at Royal Farms Arena

Southern rock’s most iconic institution, Lynyrd Skynyrd, brought its “Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour” to Baltimore on Friday with a raucous, classics-laden collection that defined a genre

Baltimore area concert update

Here’s a sampling of some concerts coming to the area that are worth seeing. Yonder Mountain String Band, Rams Head On Stage, Annapolis, Wednesday:  A very limited amount of tickets

‘The Grinch’: An early Christmas gift worth taking

3 out of 4 stars You’re a good one, Mr. Grinch! The holiday season’s favorite green creature is back, and while he may not be better than ever, he’s still pretty

‘Sesame Street Live! Let’s Party!’ to hit Lyric Opera House

KJ Williams may be 33, but he always feels like a kid when he puts on his Elmo suit and takes the stage. “Elmo is young at heart and so

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