A broadly accessible dance performance

The Collective
April 19 – 22

The Collective has created a welcoming environment for experiencing dance as an every body experience through their newest creation and premier of SENSES. The work produced for SENSES provides multiple points of entry through a variety of sensory experiences paired with dance. Senses such as touch, taste, smell will be incorporated throughout the performance in an attempt to shift the perception of who dances and how dance is experienced.

NOTE: A sign language interpreter will translate both performances of SENSES.

In addition to SENSES, The Collective will host a series of Open Marleys, on Thursday, April 19 and Saturday, April 22. Similar to an “open mic night”, the performance space will be open for choreographers to show work or work-in-progress with feedback from the audience facilitated and encouraged.

For the Open Marley on Thursday, April 19th, the performance will feature a collection of works or works in progress from local/regional artists. Come and support local artists as they share their work and seek input. Join the artists for a pre-show reception in the lobby prior to the 7pm performances.

Participating Artists:

The Collective
Covenant Babatunde
Full Circle Dance Company
Heather Doyle
Kinetics Dance Theatre
Madeline Maxine Gorman
Vaught Contemporary Ballet

For the Open Marley on Saturday, April 21st, the performance will feature a collection of works or works in progress from both artists and pre-professional students. Join the artists for a pre-show reception in the lobby prior to the 3pm performances.

Participating Artists:

Baltimore Dynamic Dancers
Dance & Bmore
EmPOWERED Dance Center
Errant Movement
Friends School of Baltimore
Leigh Dalton and Dancers
Rachel Harris
Robin Rodbell
Seanie Scott
The Dance Conservatory at St. Paul’s School

The Collective, Baltimore’s hub for professional dancers and choreographers, is a non-profit organization based in Baltimore City and home for seventeen dance artists who gather to create new work and promote dance as an art form. The Collective is in residence at the Bryn Mawr School where the company offers bi-weekly, open to the public dance classes for pre-professional students and adult movers. The Collective is currently co-directed by Alyson Jacques and Sonia Synkowski.

For more information about The Collective, visit www.collective-dance.com.

Open Marley: Thursday Edition – April 19 @ 7pm
Open Marley: Saturday Edition – April 21 @ 3pm
SENSES – April 21 @ 8pm
SENSES – April 22 @ 3pm

General Admission – $25
Senior/Artist/Military – $20
Student – $15
Open Marley – $7

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Alex & Olmsted
April 27 – 29

The Jim Henson Foundation Grant awarded company Alex & Olmsted (Happenstance Theater ensemble members Alex Vernon and Sarah Olmsted Thomas) present the world premier of Homebodies, a new show that explodes the concepts of house and home. Centered around a 30 cubic inch puzzle box that has trick doors and amenities, Alex & Olmsted combine physical comedy and puppetry to unlock the house of the imagination.

April 27 @ 8pm
April 28 @ 3pm
April 28 @ 8pm
April 29 @ 3pm

General Admission – $18
Student/Senior/Artist/Military – $13

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Muntergang and Other Cheerful Downfalls

Created and Performed by Great Small Works 
May 3 – 6

Great Small Works revisits the work of radical 20th-century New York City puppeteers Zuni Maud and Yosl Cutler. In a bilingual Yiddish-English play that uses Maud and Cutler’s satirical puppet scripts and original graphics, together with Great Small Works’ own puppets and projections, as well as The Dybbuk and Mae West, Muntergang is a meditation on historical models for changing power relationships.

May 3 @ 8pm
May 4 @ 8pm
May 5 @ 3pm & 8pm
May 6 @ 3pm

General Admission – $25
Senior/Artist/Military – $20
Student – $15

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Rapid Lemon Productions
May 11 – 20

Palindrome is the World Premiere evening of Sphere and Pentz,

two one-acts by Max Garner about musical legends

Thelonious Monk & Marvin Gaye.

Directed by David D. Mitchell, Lance Bankerd, and Lee Conderacci.

May 11 @ 8pm
May 12 @ 3pm
May 12 @ 8pm
May 13 @ 3pm
May 17 @ 8pm
May 18 @ 8pm
May 19 @ 3pm
May 19 @ 8pm
May 20 @ 3pm

General Admission – $20 at the door
General Admission – $21 on-line

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Nights on the Fringe

Charm City Fringe Festival

June 8 & 9

Nights on the Fringe is a weekend-long curated cabaret hosted by Charm City Fringe on June 8 & 9!

Bringing a variety of different performing artists together for two very different, very awesome nights of performance.

Save the date, because we know you won’t want to miss it!

Check out some highlights in this blog post about last year’s event.

Stay tuned for an announcement with our full artist lineup and tickets on sale soon!


June 8 & 9 @ 7:30pm 

On Sale Soon!

For more information about the Charm City Fringe Festival, please click here.


The Laramie Project

By Moisés Kaufman
Iron Crow Theatre
June 15 – 24

In October 1998, a twenty-one-year-old openly gay student at the University of Wyoming was kidnapped, beaten, tortured, and left to die – tied to a fence in the middle of a prairie outside Laramie, Wyoming simply for being gay. His name was Matthew Shepard. Shepard’s murder brought national and international attention to the lack of hate crime legislation across the nation and forced a small community to wrestle with it’s identity on both the local and national levels. In this groundbreaking docudrama, Moisés Kaufman and members of the Tectonic Theater Project capture the human voice of Laramie.

With just 8 actors playing over 60 roles, The Laramie Project weaves together interviews, journal entries, and published news reports to create a breathtaking theatrical collage exploring the depths to which humanity can sink and the heights of compassion of which we are capable.

Please note that The Laramie Project explores mature themes, contains adult language, and the graphic re-telling of violence, and may not be suitable for patrons under the age of 16.

June 15 @ 8pm
June 16 @ 2pm & 8pm
June 17 @ 5:30pm
June 21 @ 7pm
June 22 @ 8pm
June 23 @ 2pm & 8pm
June 24 @ 5:30pm

General Admission – $30
Educator/Senior/Veteran – $25
Student – $15

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New Renaissance Arts
June 30

Come, ignite your senses with this adult only event dedicated to the arts and human connection. Sensoria promises to be an experience you will not forget, including a visual arts gallery and dance performances featuring various styles of urban, cultural, and classical dance.

Experience a total visual awakening with blended visual and performance art featuring a live painting by Luther from LW Arts, which an audience member will win!! Sensoria will feature a full-length dance performance by NRPAC and highlight the works of several local artists …with a few surprises sprinkled along the way. Enhance your experience with a glass of wine, or treat yourself to a VIP Package. Sensoria, an artists’ night time playground; to share, to play, to indulge.

Couple VIP Package Includes:
Double drink tickets
Hors D’oeuvres and desserts
10 live painting raffle tickets
10 gallery raffle tickets
Preferred seating during the performance

Single VIP Package Includes:
Double drink tickets
Hors D’oeuvres and desserts
5 live painting raffle tickets
5 gallery raffle tickets
Preferred seating during the performance

June 30 @ 9pm 

Single – $35
Couple – $65
VIP Single – $50
VIP Couple – $95

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