A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol with a Baltimore twist returns, re-imagined by Company Member and historian Laura Rocklyn. Ebenezer Scrooge lives in Victorian Baltimore in our spirited version of Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story. This year’s brand-new adaptation is exhilarating and imaginative featuring beloved carols and characters to make your season bright! A delight for all ages! Tickets are now on sale for our holiday tradition that celebrates Baltimore’s charm and the magic of the season! A Christmas Carol runs Nov. 30 – Dec. 23, with previews on Nov. 30 and Dec. 1 Adult tickets start at $55, tickets for youth under 25 start at $29, and […]

The Golden Gays presents: Thank YULE For Being A Friend- The Musical

Picture it: Baltimore, MD 2022   ‘Twas the night before Christmas and all through the store, each department was dripping with Yuletide decor.  Sophia was nestled all snug in her bed, while visions of sugar prunes danced in her head.  Before traveling to spend the Holidays with their families, Dorothy, Blanche, and Rose participate in a golden gift exchange full of hilarious surprises.  Just as they get to the airport a winter storm blows in, leaving them trapped!  In an unexpected Charles Dickens twist of events, the three grannies must visit their past, present, and future to save Christmas (and find […]

Yours Forever, Lincoln

YOURS FOREVER, LINCOLN is a new chamber opera that examines the intimate male relationships of Abraham Lincoln. These relationships have been under the scholar’s microscope for decades with many proposing the idea that they went beyond basic friendships. Quarry Theatre’s original chamber opera aims to spark discussions around the history of sexuality, American revisionist history, and the importance of LGBTQAI+ visibility.   YOURS FOREVER, LINCOLN will premiere at The Voxel in Baltimore, October 2022. The Voxel, an ADA accessible theatre space, is located on 9 W 25th Street, Baltimore, MD, 21218.  Performances: October 21, 22, 28, 28 29 @ 8:00 pm […]


GET YOUR TICKETS NOW!  Saturday, August 27th, 2022 Reggie Rice’s Award-Winning family-friendly show “FOOL OF ILLUSIONS ” will be coming to The BOWIE CENTER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTs!  This 90-minute theatrical Ride is full of mind-blowing magic, hilarious comedy, and foolish antics that will have people of all ages bursting into laughter. Filled with Brand-New spectacular illusions this show is guaranteed to have everyone on the edge of their seats with pure fun and excitement.  Reggie is DC’s 3-Time Comedy Magician of the year and has been the opening act for Jordin Sparks, and has performed before former First Lady […]

Nollywood Dreams

RAGS-TO-RICHES ROM-COM   Nollywood Dreams  By Jocelyn Bioh Directed by Raymond O. Caldwell JUN 8 – JUL 3, 2022 | Regional Premiere It’s the ‘90s in Lagos, Nigeria, and Ayamma has big dreams. Despite working in her parents’ travel agency, she spends every spare minute imagining her big break. When she lands an audition with the hottest director in Nigeria’s booming film industry, Ayamma finds herself at odds with his former leading lady—and relishing the charms of Nollywood biggest dreamboat. Hot on the heels of its New York world premiere, the author of the beloved, Helen Hayes Award-winning School Girls; Or, the […]

Henry V

King Henry V has just ascended to the throne, but before he can rule a nation—let alone conquer another—he must prove himself as a leader of men. Armed with some of the most powerful speeches in the Bard’s arsenal, Henry and his “band of brothers” will overcome overwhelming odds. Don’t miss our compelling take on Shakespeare’s great tale of leadership, war, and storytelling Tickets start at $38 for adults and $19 for youth ages 25 and under. Dates: April 22 – May 15 For tickets and more information, visit: ChesShakes.com/Henry-V

“We declare you a terrorist…”

NAIL-BITING POLITICAL THRILLER  “We declare you a terrorist…”  By Tim J. Lord  Directed by Ryan Rilette & Jared Mezzocchi   APR 7 – MAY 8, 2022 | World Premiere Moscow, 2002: halfway through Putin’s first official term as president. After he brutally crushes a rebellion in the territory of Chechnya, a group of Chechen insurgents hijack a blockbuster musical and take the entire audience of nearly 800 people—including the playwright—hostage. Based on the real events of the Dubrovka Theater hostage crisis, “We declare you a terrorist…” follows the playwright as he comes to terms with that tragic night at the theatre. This taut […]

it’s not a trip it’s a journey

WITTY & HEARTWARMING ADVENTURE  it’s not a trip it’s a journey  By Charly Evon Simpson  Directed by Nicole A. Watson APR 5 – MAY 8, 2022 | World Premiere June needs a journey. Like, now. So, she convinces her friends to ditch New York City (and their cellphones) for an impromptu road trip to the Grand Canyon. As the four wildly different friends travel through the wondrous and not-so-wondrous sights of the United States, they must come together to contend with being Black, femme, and American…all at the same time. An intimate play with vast ambitions, it’s not a trip it’s a journey is about road trips, […]

A Christmas Carol – Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

A Christmas Carol adapted from Charles Dickens by Ian Gallanar, directed by Lizzi Albert & Erin Bone Steele at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company The holiday classic with a Baltimore twist is back! After months of waiting, we return to live indoor performances, and welcome you back to our beautiful Downtown Baltimore theatre with a revised version of A CHRISTMAS CAROL! Ebenezer Scrooge lives in Victorian Baltimore in our spirited adaptation. Join us as we celebrate local history and Chesapeake culture while staying true to Charles Dickens’ classic ghost story. A delight for all ages! Dates: December 3rd – 23rd Tickets start […]


AUDITIONS The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee book Rachel Sheinkin, score William Finn Direceted by bill gillett   WHEN:    WEDNESDAY, 4/1 & THURSDAY, 4/2, 2020 5:30 PM-9:30 PM each day   WHERE: HVPA-155   SYNOPSIS: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, an eclectic group of six mid-pubescents vie for the spelling championship of a lifetime. While candidly disclosing hilarious and touching stories from their home lives, the tweens spell their way through a series of (potentially made-up) words, hoping never to hear the soul-crushing, pout-inducing, life un-affirming “ding” of the bell that signals a spelling mistake. Six […]