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From a Black Egg: Yellow Sign Theatre serves soufflé of German expressionism, silent movies

Jess Rivera and Jeffrey Gangwisch share a thoughtful moment in From a Black Egg. (Anthony C. Hayes) In surveying the storied history of cinema, even the most casual film fans are familiar with the incomparable silent movies: Nosferatu, Metropolis, The […]

From a Black Egg: Yellow Sign Theatre serves soufflé of German expressionism, silent movies

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Jess Rivera and Jeffrey Gangwisch share a thoughtful moment in From a Black Egg. (Anthony C. Hayes) In surveying the storied history of cinema, even the most casual film fans are familiar with the incomparable silent movies: Nosferatu, Metropolis, The […]

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Yellow Sign Theatre to stage silent play “From a Black Egg”

The Yellow Sign Theatre is proud to announce its upcoming play , “From a Black Egg,” written and directed by Resident Artist Aaron Travis. The latest in YST's season celebrating

Yellow Sign Theatre’s Kroger Babb Writing Contest offers writers a chance to win $500

Lila Leeds in a "high-lite" from the 1949 exploitation film, She Shoulda Said 'No'! The name Kroger Babb doesn’t exactly roll liltingly off the tongue, but for fans of those

Moxie Fords bring tap-happy Peter Pan to Yellow Sign Theatre

The late Robin Williams as Peter Pan in a screenshot from the movie Hook. (TriStar Pictures) Mention the name Mary Martin to a greying generation of Broadway fans and

Burlesque hijinks continue with full slate of summer shows

The lovely Cherie Sweetbottom will be featured in four of this summer's shows. (credit Stereo Vision) Two packed houses of enthusiastic burlesque fans were feted to a generous portion of

Peter Lorre: Iconic actor featured at Yellow Sign, Charles, BSO

Peter Lorre in a screenshot from the 1931 Fritz Lang classic M He has often been called the greatest actor in cinematic history, though his name is lost on most

Renoir return, The Evasons, literary events fill weekend calendar

Pierre-Auguste Renoir’s, “Paysage Bords de Seine” goes on display at the BMA this weekend. With what is hopefully the last blast of winter’s cold air, March may finally be going

Yellow Sign Theatre launches laughably bad big-budget film series

(John Wayne stars in the ridiculous big-budget epic ~ The Conqueror) Valentine’s Day is this week and what better way to say, “I Love You” than to take that special

Burlesque film fun returns to Baltimore with Twisted Knickers; DC with Tilted Torch

For most movie buffs, a darkened downtown theater is a perfect setting to see an obscure film.  But add a bevy of burlesque beauties to a night of cult

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