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Short works by Chekhov adapted by Michael Frayn inaugurate the company's residence at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts.
Marking the company's 50th anniversary, a gallery of costumes, photos, and other items celebrates their variety and talents over the years.
Kudos to the troupe for tackling Lynn Nottage's meaningful play.
The actors keep the stakes and tension rising. The play has laughs and plenty to think about.
'There is something primal about horror, something audiences can't escape.'
Director Sally Boyett transplants Shakespeare’s classic comedy of cross-dressing, mistaken identities, and unrequited love to the world of 1920s Hollywood.
The four short pieces are a wonderful celebration of movement.
The annual 10-minute-play production is a great opportunity to sample the work of Baltimore-area theater artists.
A night of laughter, with plenty to think about after.
Emotionally stirring singing gives powerful richness to the lyrics and makes this classic a wonderful season opener.
The company's 50th anniversary season also includes 'Lost in the Stars and 'The Marriage of Figaro.'
The musical comedy not only pokes fun at the tropes and cliches of the form but also offers thought-provoking insights into love and reality.
The inventive take on Shakespeare’s classic comedy, set in 1930s Appalachia with bluegrass-style songs, makes for a pleasant summer evening.
The music, singing, and acting make for a fun evening under the stars.
Performed on Tuesdays outdoors in Annapolis, it's a delightful summer evening of theater.
Tia Shearer Bassett’s showcase of versatile acting shows what live theater is capable of even over the internet.
Dianna Cuatto’s choreography is full of lovely movements and comic moments.
The production — playing both in-person and live-streamed — combines excellent acting with creative lighting for a powerful, thought-provoking performance.
Glorious music and singing, combined with creative lighting, scenery, and sound.
As enthusiastically acted on Zoom, it allowed Oscar Wilde’s deliciously clever lines to take center stage.
This collection of six short pieces offers something for all sorts of dance lovers to enjoy, from classical to contemporary.
'He Do the Police in Different Voices' is a playful new musical translation of one of the world’s most famous and challenging poems.
Capturing the spirit of the season, the production is a joy to watch in person or online.
Drama and emotion as the company returns home to Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts.
An early 20th-century play set against recent murders of Black men.
A fun tribute to Dungeons & Dragons, the production combines comedy with deep emotion.
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