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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. My take, as a tenth grader, was one of bewilderment. […]

The Glass Menagerie: Clear-cut gem opens Everyman season

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(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. My take, as a tenth grader, was one of bewilderment. […]

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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

Round House’s ‘Becky Shaw’ is hilarious fun

Suzanna Slater (Alyssa Wilmoth Keegan) and Max Garrett (Will Gartshore) have an interesting friendship in Round House Theatre’s production of “Becky Shaw.” (Photo by Danisha Crosby) “Becky Shaw” is a

Studio Theatre’s ‘The Real Thing’ best suited for admirers of Tom Stoppards’ mastery of English

Playwright Henry (Teagle F. Bougere) and his actress wife Charlotte (Caroline Bootle Pendergast) discuss love and parenting in “The Real Thing.” The Studio Theatre production of the Tom Stoppard play

‘How to Write a New Book for the Bible’: Great family play at Round House Theatre

The talented Mitchell Hébert plays multiple roles in Round House Theatre’s production of “How to Write a New Book for the Bible.” In addition to playing the smaller role

Tellywacker Tales takes a hopeful, humorous look at prostate cancer

(Storyteller Jon Spelman relaxing in Spain Courtesy photo.)  Everyone loves a lighthearted story, and even cautionary tales can have their moments of unexpected humor.  For Baltimore resident Jon Spelman, this

Sarcastic stewardesses make all the connections in Centerstage’s Mud Blue Sky

(Susan Rome and Eva Kaminsky in Mud Blue Sky by Marisa Wegrzyn, directed by Susanna Gellert. Photo by Richard Anderson.) No woman wants to hear the line, “You look good

Stephanie Powers is a hit in ‘Looped’

Many of us from the television generation will remember Stephanie Powers. It might be from The Girl from U.N.C.L.E., or Feather and Father. Better known perhaps as the Emmy Award

Generation-X meets ‘The Two Gentlemen of Verona’

Vince Eisenson (Proteus) and Megan Dominy (Julia). Photo by Teresa Castracane There are few things in life so satisfying as seeing a conniving cad getting his comeuppance.  Unfortunately these bounders

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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