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Shakespeare performed just as you like it and coming to Baltimore

Full Disclosure: Claire has appeared and acted with Chesapeake Shakespeare Company. I’m a big, big fan of the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company. They’ve renewed my love of Shakespeare with the creative genius they give to all his plays. Ellicott City’s Patapsco […]

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Shakespeare performed just as you like it and coming to Baltimore

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Full Disclosure: Claire has appeared and acted with Chesapeake Shakespeare Company. I’m a big, big fan of the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company. They’ve renewed my love of Shakespeare with the creative genius they give to all his plays. Ellicott City’s Patapsco […]

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Baltimore’s in love with the Bard

(Vince Eisenson and Joseph Grasso) I'm a Brit in Baltimore and I recently toured with the amazing Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (CSC) around schools in Maryland with their spring production of Romeo and Juliet. The

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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

Eric Berryman as Ken and Bruce Randolph Nelson as Mark Rothko. (ClintonBPhotography)

Red paints an unlikeable portrait at Everyman Theatre

What do you think of when you see the color red? Wine?  A heartbeat?  Passion and Roses?  Or do you think of Anger and Dresden? If you said Anger or Dresden,

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Burlesque-A-Pades Spooktacular stirs Halloween spirits at Creative Alliance

The bewitching Helen Pontani. (Andrea Thompson) Bobby Vee may have had it right when he plaintively sang, “Please, Don’t Ask About Barbara.” If you don’t believe Vee, then ask New York

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Dracula descends on Ellicott City in lively Chesapeake Shakespeare Company production

The ruins of the Patapsco Female Institute in Ellicott City are said to be haunted. (Jessica Lynn Dotson) A darkened theater is an eerie enough place to watch the quintessential

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In ‘A Doll House,’ CCBC theater students bring lessons to life

"We are all just dolls" (Frey Photographic) A trip to most college bookstores is an excursion into the conventions of campus life. Tee-shirts and trinkets mix with pencils and paper,

Clinton Brandhagen as Tom and Deborah Hazlett as Amanda. Photo by Stan Barouh.

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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Stars shine on Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s Antony and Cleopatra

The stabilized ruins of the old Patapsco Female Institute sit high atop a hill overlooking the valley which channels the Patapsco River.  It’s a far cry from a mausoleum

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