SIMAETHA: a Dreambaby Cabaret

SIMAETHA (pronounced sigh-mee-thuh) is an experimental witch cabaret written and performed by Jacob Budenz (a.k.a. Dreambaby), featuring dance and performance by Alexander D’Agostino. Through poetry, storytelling, music, and ritual, the show weaves together real and conjured memories, using mythology to rewrite identity. Simaetha, the angry witch in Idyll 2 by the Ancient Greek poet Theocritus, becomes the inspiration for an ageless, genderless creature navigating the seductive and double-edged gifts of demons, family ghosts, lovers, legends, and lonely yearnings of immortality. At once meditative, surreal, and darkly funny, SIMAETHA: a Dreambaby Cabaret explores myths invented and reimagined through theatrical vignettes, tied […]

SIMAETHA: a Dreambaby Cabaret

SIMAETHA (pronounced sigh-mee-thuh) is an experimental witch cabaret written and performed by Jacob Budenz (a.k.a. Dreambaby), featuring dance and performance by Alexander D’Agostino. Through poetry, storytelling, music, and ritual, the show weaves together real and conjured memories, using mythology to rewrite identity. Simaetha, the angry witch in Idyll 2 by the Ancient Greek poet Theocritus, becomes the inspiration for an ageless, genderless creature navigating the seductive and double-edged gifts of demons, family ghosts, lovers, legends, and lonely yearnings of immortality. At once meditative, surreal, and darkly funny, SIMAETHA: a Dreambaby Cabaret explores myths invented and reimagined through theatrical vignettes, tied […]

WAMMFest: 11th International Women and Minorities in Media Festival (Shorts Film Festival)

  2 days, 50+ short films, 25+ countries! Come celebrate inclusive films, media, and filmmakers. The 11th International Women and Minorities in Media Festival (WAMMfest) comes to Towson University with 5 film blocks plus filmmaker panels, and more. We’ll screen the best of an international call that includes animations, comedies, documentaries, music videos, and narratives PLUS the popular Virtual Reality block. WAMMFest’s mission is to promote and celebrate inclusive films, media, and filmmakers from all categories of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and age. Schedules and run-times for the short films are on wammtu.com. Tickets can be purchased at http://wammtu.com/attend/get-tickets.  #wammtu #datenight #filmfest

WAMMFest: 11th International Women and Minorities in Media Festival (Shorts Film Festival)

  2 days, 50+ short films, 25+ countries! Come celebrate inclusive films, media, and filmmakers. The 11th International Women and Minorities in Media Festival (WAMMfest) comes to Towson University with 5 film blocks plus filmmaker panels, and more. We’ll screen the best of an international call that includes animations, comedies, documentaries, music videos, and narratives PLUS the popular Virtual Reality block. WAMMFest’s mission is to promote and celebrate inclusive films, media, and filmmakers from all categories of race, gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, and age. Schedules and run-times for the short films are on wammtu.com. Tickets can be purchased at http://wammtu.com/attend/get-tickets.  #wammtu #datenight #filmfest

Black Marks on White Paper

Black Marks on White PaperMichelle Antoinette Nelson Beat Poetry. Slam Poetry.  Spoken Word. Contrary to popular belief, this art form didn’t die out in the 60s. It’s not only alive and well in Baltimore, it’s actually flourishing. These days, it seems like every café, theater, or community center has an open mic or poetry night. Michelle Antoinette Nelson, better known to Baltimoreans as LOVE the Poet, is one of the shining stars of the local poetry scene. Already a successful recording artist who tours with the Punany Poets, a national touring poetry troupe, she can now add author to her […]

Black Marks on White Paper

Black Marks on White PaperMichelle Antoinette Nelson Beat Poetry. Slam Poetry.  Spoken Word. Contrary to popular belief, this art form didn’t die out in the 60s. It’s not only alive and well in Baltimore, it’s actually flourishing. These days, it seems like every café, theater, or community center has an open mic or poetry night. Michelle Antoinette Nelson, better known to Baltimoreans as LOVE the Poet, is one of the shining stars of the local poetry scene. Already a successful recording artist who tours with the Punany Poets, a national touring poetry troupe, she can now add author to her […]