Elements of Sequential Movement

Stop by Motor House in the evening on September 19–20 to see
a compilation of mixed media animations exploring fanciful possibilities and
storytelling by Sebastian Sears. For tickets, click the link below.





The Variations Project: Variations on Change

“Variations on Change” runs from September 16–October 2 at
Motor House.

This 10-minuteplay festival features brand-new original works
by local playwrights performed live on stage, with both in-person and online
streaming available. Directed by Tracie M. Jiggetts. For tickets and
showtimes, click below.

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RemFest Is Coming Up!

The third annual RemFest is taking over Remington Avenue on
September 24 with more bands, more vendors, more amazing food, and
more family-friendly fun. The event lasts from 12:00–9:00 p.m.

For more information about the event, click the link below.
Event Link 


Save the Date for the Next Puppet Slamwich

Hosted by Black Cherry Puppet Theatre, a 2021 Free Fall
grantee, the next Puppet Slamwich will be held outside in the beautiful rear
courtyard of Current Space at 421 N. Howard Street. Enjoy an evening of
puppetry and performance for grown-ups. Get tickets and more information,
including parking and accessibility details, at the link below.

The Watermelon Woman 

Cheryl Dunye plays a version of herself in this witty, nimble landmark of New Queer Cinema. A video store clerk and fledgling filmmaker, Cheryl becomes obsessed with the “most beautiful mammy,” a character she sees in a 1930s movie. Determined to find out who the actress she knows only as the “Watermelon Woman” was and make her the subject of a documentary, she starts researching and is bowled over to discover that not only was Fae Richards (Lisa Marie Bronson) a fellow Philadelphian but also a lesbian. The project is not without drama as Cheryl’s singular focus causes friction between her and her friend Tamara (Valarie Walker) and as she begins to see parallels between Fae’s problematic relationship with a white director and her own budding romance with white Diana (fellow filmmaker Guinevere Turner).

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The Strand Presents “Frankenstein” by Danielle Mohlman

The Strand Theater Company proudly launches its 15th
Anniversary Season as Baltimore’s women-centric company with the
production of Frankenstein by Danielle Mohlman, based on the novel
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley. Directed by Lanoree Blake. Opening
September 9, the production runs through September 25. Tickets and
showtimes at the link below.

Event Link