Fells Point Corner Theatre is partnering with the Baltimore Playwrights
Festival to produce an original musical about William Donald Schaefer,
running from July 15–31, 2022. It’s been getting quite a buzz in the local
media, and many performances are already sold out. Click the link below to
get your tickets to “Do It Now!”
One Caribbean Carnival Spices Up Clifton Park
This two-day event held on July 9–10 at Clifton Park is filled with
masqueraders, entertainment, music, arts, crafts, and food vendors. You will
experience firsthand the rich culture of the Caribbean. Spectacular
costumes, joyous revelry, and a generous dash of international flavor will
bring the community plenty of spice to dazzle all your senses. Admission is
$20 and children under 12 are free. For more information and to purchase
tickets, click on the link below.
Two Solo Exhibits Open at Gallery Blue Door
Two new exhibits, Osvaldo Mesa’s “A Little Corner Next to Heaven” and
Patricia Tomes’s “Places I Live,” are now open at Gallery Blue Door in Mount
Vernon. Both will be on view through August 6, 2022. For gallery hours and
directions, click the link below
Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore Presents
Baltimore by Baltimore Music & Makers Festival
Get ready to burst out laughing with comedian Big Fred Watkins (founder of BIG Laughs, Inc. and Lil’ Laughs, Corp.) as he gathers the city’s youth and Baltimore’s own stars in comedy, music, and more to showcase their talents for the second Baltimore by Baltimore (BxB) Music & Makers Festival on Saturday, July 2, 2022. For more information, click the link below.
See Shakespeare in the Ruins
CSC Invites You to a Show Under the Stars
Beatrice and Benedick are made for one another, and everyone knows it… except for them. It will take an entire village of meddlers, gossips, and fools to help them win this “merry war” of misdeeds, misunderstandings, and mistaken identities. Normally based in their theatre on Redwood and Calvert, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company presents “Much Ado About Nothing” under the stars at PFI Historic Park through July 24, 2022. For dates, showtimes, and directions, click the link below.
Baltimore Theatre Project’s 50th Season Draws to a Close
Get Tickets to June Star
Baltimore-based band June Star has been writing, recording, and releasing records since 1998. What started as an “alt country-by-the-books sound” quickly expanded to a looser sense of Americana, incorporating elements of pedal steel and acoustic instrumentation as a background for songwriter Andrew Grimm’s musings on what holds us together and pushes us apart. The last event of Baltimore Theatre Project’s 50th season will be a one night-only performance by June Star at 7:30 p.m. on June 27, 2022. Get tickets at the link below.
“Breathing Black” Film Screening
Hosted by Submersive Productions at The Peale
“Breathing Black” is a documentary film that follows nine Black Baltimoreans as they find joy amidst the global COVID-19 Pandemic and a summer of reckoning with the continued genocide of the Black body. After making its world premiere at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum last December, “Breathing Black” has since appeared in the Columbia Maryland Film Festival and is an official selection for the Indianapolis Black Documentary Film Festival premiering this August. Submersive Productions is hosting several screenings at The Peale Center on July 9 &10, 2022. Click the link below to get tickets.