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Centerstage: ‘Stones in His Pocket’ weighed down by blasé characters

Todd Lawson and Clinton Brandhagen in Stones in His Pockets  (Richard Anderson) A whole host of factors go into the making of a memorable production.  Finding an effective director, casting capable players and getting the costumes, sound and set just […]

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Centerstage: ‘Stones in His Pocket’ weighed down by blasé characters

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Todd Lawson and Clinton Brandhagen in Stones in His Pockets  (Richard Anderson) A whole host of factors go into the making of a memorable production.  Finding an effective director, casting capable players and getting the costumes, sound and set just […]

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Make a Reservation for ‘Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner’

Joanna Drayton (Bethany Anne Lind) and Dr. John Prentice (Malcolm-Jamal Warner) become friends in the hospital cafeteria and fall in love in 10 days in “Guess Who’s Coming to

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A Brit’s trip to ‘The Tempest’ and the tomatoes

(Flying tomatoes. Photo by Will Kirk) Editor's Note: Claire took a week off from Forty Shades of Fitness and decided to exercise her British mind by visiting the Shakespeare Factory. While

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The Glass Menagerie: Clear-cut gem opens Everyman season

(Clinton Brandhagen as Tom and Deborah Hazlett as Amanda. Photo by Stan Barouh) As a high school student, I remember being tasked with reporting on Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie.

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Jewish Community Center celebrates founding of Centerstage

Life in Baltimore was decidedly different in 1963.  Class, gender and ethnic lines were clearly drawn, and few ever traveled outside their own social circle.  Surely some must have

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Baltimore’s Centerstage series puts audience in the writer’s seat

Ten dollars does not buy a heck of a lot these days.  But for the price of a double latte and doughnut or two six packs of Natty Boh, theater fans

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Chesapeake Shakespeare Company banking on move to Baltimore

King Lear was busy pulling up carpet.  Brutus was brooming the floors. That was the scene on Monday as about 40 people – mostly members of the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company,

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Get out to Toby’s Dinner Theatre for some ‘Hot Nostaligia’ and a great buffet

If you enjoy theatre, then you should like living in the Baltimore-Washington corridor.  DC has many fine theatres, like the Warners and the National, and so does Charm City. 

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Ugly Christmas sweaters and David Sedaris’ readings return to Rep Stage

Michael Stebbins will read four short stories from David Sedaris' "Holidays on Ice" and "Squirrel Seeks Chipmunk" at Rep Stage in Columbia, Md. Performances will be held Dec. 20-Dec.

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My inner play

And now, a play based on my actor's psyche. Jana: Every once in a while - or every day - I flip open some social media (cough. Facebook) and find someone's

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