Howl at The Moon
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THE 39 STEPS
251 South Ann Street, Baltimore, MD 21117
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THE 39 STEPS adapted by Patrick Barlow a reimagining of Alfred Hitchcock’s famous film of the same title, is a theatrical tour-de-force punctuated by over-the-top Monty Python-ish melodrama. Set in 1930s England and Scotland, the play, performed by only four actors, tells the story of a dapper London man (Richard Hannay) who tries to prevent a top-secret agent from stealing classified air-defense information. After the agent’s sudden inexplicable murder, our hero Richard remains the only suspect and is forced to go on the run with an attractive and suave companion in attempts to clear his name.
The two main characters, Richard Hannay (as played by Grayson Owen) and Pamela (as played by Ann Turiano; who also appears as Annabella Schmidt & Margaret), dash across London and Scotland meeting a myriad of characters performed by two clowns (as played by: Steven Shriner and Holly E. Gibbs) who often change persona mid-scene or mid-sentence. This style of slapstick visible quick-change is a nod to Charles Ludlam's The Mystery of Irma Vep. Grayson Owen, playing Richard Hannay, is the only performer who remains in a solo character through the two-act fast-paced whodunit designed for anyone who loves the magic of theatre.
About the Co-Production:
Tickets are available through the Fells Point Corner Theater website:
Performances run January 15th - February 14th 2016 Friday - Saturday 8pm, Sunday at 2pm Pay What You Can Thursday Performance on January 21st and January 28th at 8pm.
B & O Railway Baltimore
901 W. Pratt Street Baltimore, MD 21223
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Port Discovery Children's Museum
35 Market Place Baltimore MD - 410.727.8120
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Okay, so "love" doesn't suck, but Valentine's Day sure does!
If you're looking to get away from all the ooy-gooy stuff that's in the air and just dance your butt off this Valentine's Day weekend, we have the party for you!
Come join us for our annual Love SUX party to dance the night away. Bring in a torn up or destroyed photo of your ex for goodies and the best closure you could ask for. With drinks, games, and live music, your committed friends are going to be wishing they went out with you!
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The Murder Mystery Company in Baltimore
February 14, 2016 @ 5-7:30 pm
Ikaros, 4901 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD 21224 / 888-643-2583
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Description: Join The Murder Mystery Company in Baltimore this Valentine's Day! Enjoy a completely immersive and interactive murder mystery show while you dine on a delicious three course meal. Put your sleuthing skills to the test as you examine evidence and question suspects -- or become one yourself! Tickets go fast, so get yours today!
Y:ART's third show, the Nude Show!
February 24th through April 2nd
Y:ART is located at 3402 Gough St, Baltimore, MD 21224.
Featuring works by:
The reception is 6-9 on February 27th, and the show is up from February 24th through April 2nd. Come on down to Highlandtown and check it out!
United not Divided: Economic Inequality and Opportunity Gap
March 30-31, 2016
Public Forum at Baltimore Marriott Inner Harbor at Camden Yards 110 S. Eutaw Street, Baltimore, MD 21201
The distribution of income and wealth in the United States has been widening steadily for several decades. The American middle class is shrinking. Children of disadvantaged families lack access to the quality educational resources and the opportunity gap between the poor and affluent Americans is increasing. The trend is alarming, but many believe that it can be reversed.
At the Baltimore Forum, scholars, community leaders, policy makers, students and the general public will discuss issues of economic inequality and the opportunity gap with the goal of exploring ways to mitigate their negative impacts on the social, cultural and political fabric of the nation. They will explore the causes and consequences of the widening gap between the “haves” and “have-nots” and discuss the impact the wealth gap and low social mobility have to the American style of democracy,
The second day of the forum is devoted to discussions on Baltimore and its efforts to reduce crime and transform low-opportunity neighborhoods.
The event is organized by the Center for the Study of Democracy at St. Mary’s College of Maryland, the National Center on Institutions and Alternatives and the St. Mary’s Arts Council.
South Baltimore Learning Center 25th Anniversary Celebration Gala
Apr. 16, 6:30PM-11:30PM
Horseshoe Baltimore (1525 Russell St., Baltimore, MD 21230)
Food, Music, Benefit, Fundraiser, Wine, Dancing, Community, Entertainment
Contact: Dana Marron, 410.625.4215, email@example.com Website: bit.ly/sblcgala
Presented by M&T Bank, this cocktail-style event will feature mixed drinks, wine, beer and signature dishes provided by Johnny Sánchez, Jack Binion’s Steak, Guy Fieri's Baltimore Kitchen + Bar, Matsuri and Dipasquale’s.
Silent and live auctions will have a variety of items up for bid, including: a Behind the Scenes Tour of Ravens Training Camp for Four, Party in the Mayor’s Skybox at Camden Yards, One-Week Stay in a Paris apartment, One-Week Stay in Steamboat Springs, Co; Private Behind-The-Scenes Tour of M&T Bank Stadium, FOX45 Weather Kid Wednesday appearance, and restaurant and attraction gift certificates galore.
Adding to the fun, guests can learn from the pros with instructional table gaming, strike poses in a state-of-the-art green screen photobooth, be amazed by the tricks of a sleight-of-hand artist, test their knowledge in an interactive GED challenge activity and dance to the sounds of Small Miracle, who also will perform a Frank Sinatra showcase.
With Vicki Pepper (Assistant Attorney General, State of Maryland) and Mary Carol Ceselsky (partner at Tavenner Financial) as event co-chairs, the Gala also will recognize 25 learners/ graduates, as well as donors, supporters and friends of SBLC.
A special awards presentation will pay to tribute to corporate honoree, BGE, and individual honoree, Susan Sachs Fleishman (SBLC Advisory Board Member) for their longtime commitment, dedication and support for the Center and its adult learners.
Individual admission is $125/person and corporate sponsorships are also available. For registration or sponsorship details, call 410.625.4215 or visit bit.ly/sblcgala.
Proceeds will benefit the South Baltimore Learning Center, a community-based nonprofit organization providing functional literacy and life skills training in addition to career preparation services to educationally disadvantaged adults in the Baltimore area. For more information, visit www.southbaltimorelearns.org.
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Path of Miracles is a mesmerizing 60-minute a cappella work inspired by the Camino de Santiago, a Roman Catholic pilgrimage that has also been called "a 500 mile journey to yourself." Composed in 2005 for the noted ensemble Tenebrae, Path of Miracles was written in seven languages and a variety of singing styles from around the world and across time. It captivates both singers and audiences.
Summer Enrichment Camp
June 22th – July 3rd from 8:30 am- 5:30pm
Could your teenage daughter benefit from engaging summer enrichment programs while having a lot of fun?
My Girlfriend's House is keeping students engaged even while school is out! We are the only summer camp for girls who are between the ages of 12-17 in the area. Designed exclusively for girls between the ages of 12-16, the Summer Enrichment Camps enhance academic, leadership, communication and other essential skills for achievement and success in the 21st century. Camp is a place of non-stop activity, where students experience a shift in learning through online academic enrichment classes, fashion industry tips, cosmetic chemistry, personal growth and character building exercises.
The Summer Enrichment Camp offers three sessions that cater to a wide array of interests. We're sure that there’s a camp for you!
Camp Divalicious Girls
Camp Divalicious Girls is Maryland’s premier summer fashion camp for girls ages 12-17 who want to gain insight into the world of fashion. From the aspiring designer to the ambitious merchandiser, our camp is the perfect fit for anyone with an interest in knowing what makes fashion one of the most prominent areas of design. You will get the opportunity to become a personal stylist, learn the ins and outs of fashion design, compete with other girls in fashion challenges, and hold your own fashion show! Come join us this summer and become a true diva! Require $50 activity kit fee
Tech Gurlz STEM Camp
What girl doesn't love makeup? The Tech Gurlz STEM Camp will give you the chance to make your own lip gloss, body wash, and nail polish, all while learning the science behind how these products are made. If you are interested in science or just love cosmetic products, then this camp is for you! Require $50 activity kit fee
Girls Rock Leadership Camp
We want you to be this generations next Oprah or Michelle Obama! This camp will get you ready to rule the world by teaching you the skills that will allow you to achieve your dreams. At the Girls Rock Leadership Camp you will meet politicians, tour the nation’s capital, learn communication skills, and build confidence. Come join us this summer and show the world that girls rock!
Imagine the experience of success and growing confidence every step of the way. That’s our Enrichment Super Camp! Enroll now! http://camp.mygirlfriendshouse.org/