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Ashani Dances FIVE!

Ashani Dances
November 17 – 19

Choreography by Iyun Ashani Harrison

Ashani Dances returns to Theatre Project for to celebrate their 5th annual concert, featuring original music by Marc Avon Evans.


Showtimes:
November 17 @ 8pm
November 18 @ 8pm
November 19 @ 5pm

Tickets:
$25 General Admission
$20 Seniors/Artists/Military
$15 Students

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The Goodies

Iron Crow Theatre
December 1 – 10


This season Iron Crow Theatre debuts it’s second original, devised work! The Goodies, featuring an all female cast of color, re-tells the story of the Salem Witch Trials, through the lens of modern day America. If, as the old adage states, history were to repeat itself, how would this mark in American history unfold again within the brave new world of the digital age? With fake news, nasty women, and the demonization of all “others”, this horror story of our own history may not be as impossible as we think.

Please note that The Goodies explores mature themes and may contain adult language, partial nudity, sexual content and simulated violence, and may not be suitable for patrons under the age of 18.


Showtimes:
December 1 @ 8pm
December 2 @ 2pm & 8pm
December 3 @ 5:30pm
December 7 @ 7pm
December 8 @ 8pm
December 9 @ 2pm & 8pm
December 10 @ 5:30pm

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

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A Hunger Artist

Adapted from the story by Franz Kafka
By Sinking Ship Productions
December 14 – 17

“Are you still starving? When are you going to stop…?” 

What begins as a nostalgic celebration of a lost art form—and its most famous practitioner—becomes a darkly funny trip into the very question of what it means to suffer, and what it means when suffering becomes a public spectacle. In this inventive adaptation of Kafka’s tragicomic story, A Hunger Artist, actor, puppeteer and Sinking Ship co-artistic director Jonathan Levin gives a playful and startling performance as the only person who remembers an artist whose act was simply… to hunger.

“Directed by Joshua William Gelb from an elegant script by Josh Luxenberg, this visually arresting ‘Hunger Artist’ leads with enchantment… [Levin] holds the audience in the palm of his hand.” —Laura Collins-Hughes, The New York Times

★★★★ Critics Pick! “Surprisingly lovable… full of jokes and sudden sympathy… The artist starves, but we leave sated.” —Helen Shaw, Time Out New York

Spellbinding… On the stage, A Hunger Artist has an impact equal to its power on the page. It’s almost as if Kafka himself willed it into being.” —David Finkle, Huffington Post

A Hunger Artist: Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2017 from Sinking Ship Productions on Vimeo.


Showtimes:
December 14 @ 8pm
December 15 @ 8pm
December 16 @ 2pm
December 16 @ 8pm
December 17 @ 3pm

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

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Love is a Blue Tick Hound

Written by Audrey Cefaly
Rapid Lemon Productions
January 12 – 21

Love Is A Blue Tick Hound is a collection of four one-acts, three of which have received New York premieres, and all of which have won multiple festivals throughout the U.S. and Canada. Rapid Lemon Productions presents the regional premiere, as part of the 2018 Women’s Voices Theater Festival.

Showtimes:
January 12 @ 8pm
January 13 @ 8pm
January 14 @ 3pm
January 18 @ 8pm
January 19 @ 8pm
January 20 @ 8pm
January 21 @ 3pm

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

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Cloud 9

By Caryl Churchill
Iron Crow Theatre
January 26 – February 4

A comedy of manners that spans centuries, Cloud 9 is a smart, satirical look at gender politics and sexual oppression across the ages. Written in 1978, this modern classic offers witty social commentary, controversial casting requirements, and if that weren’t enough, time-travel! Taking us from the corsets of colonial Africa to the sexual liberation of 1970’s England, Churchill’s parody pokes fun at nearly every permutation of human sexuality, and reminds us why the playwright remains a feminist hero and icon today.

Please note that Cloud 9 explores mature themes, contains adult language, sexual content and violence, and may not be suitable for patrons under the age of 18.


Showtimes:
January 26 @ 8pm
January 27 @ 2pm & 8pm
January 28 @ 5:30pm
February 1 @ 7pm
February 2 @ 8pm
February 3 @ 2pm & 8pm
February 4 @ 5:30pm

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

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Out of Darkness: Two Remain

Peabody Chamber Opera
February 8 – 11

Out of Darkness: Two Remain is an opera in two acts with libretto by Gene Scheer, based in part on the true stories of two Holocaust survivors: the Polish dissident Krystyna Zywulska (1914-1993) and the gay German Jew, Gad Beck (1923-2012). Source material for the libretto includes documents and journals in the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, Zywulska’s I Survived Auschwitz (1946), as well as various interviews, including several from the documentary film Paragraph 175 (directed by Rob Epstein & Jeffrey Friedman.)


Showtimes:
February 8 @ 7:30pm
February 9 @ 7:30pm
February 10 @ 7:30pm
February 11 @ 3:00pm

Tickets:
General Admission – $25
Senior – $15
Student – $10

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Exploring the Artistry of the Male Dancer

10 Hairy Legs
February 17 & 18

All-male repertory dance company 10 Hairy Legs will make its Baltimore debut with Exploring the Artistry of the Male Dancer. Formed in 2012, the mission of 10 Hairy Legs is to advance the understanding of the male role in dance through the creation, acquisition and performance of exceptional work. Theatre Project is one of the many stops on 10HL’s ten state National Tour.

10 Hairy Legs Snapshot from 10 Hairy Legs on Vimeo.


Showtimes:
February 17 @ 8pm
February 18 @ 3pm

Tickets:
$25 General Admission

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A Disappearing Act

By Single Shoe Productions
February 22 – 25

The great magician, Philip Winterbottom, cordially requests your presence for his final act. Sadly, he’s dead. So…he won’t be there. But, he’s left his son and assistant very clear instructions. Join Philip’s family and friends for one final disappearing act.

With exuberant music, magic and more than a healthy dose of audience participation, A Disappearing Act celebrates the absurd, and sometimes awkward, rituals we use to say goodbye to the ones we love.

Audiences from across four countries have praised Single Show Productions’ previous work as ”stunning”, “poignant”, “brilliant”, “beautiful”, “touching” and “highly entertaining”. Don’t miss your chance to see this innovative and highly original production.


Showtimes:
February 22 @ 8pm
February 23 @ 8pm
February 24 @ 2pm
February 24 @ 8pm
February 25 @ 3pm

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

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SLAPSTICK JUKEBOX

Happenstance Theater
March 1 – 4

Happenstance Theatre’s award-winning company presents a suite of comic material old and new. Noted for their physical comedy and precise ensemble work, the company recasts free-standing material from their repertoire along with new works informed by great comedy of the past: 19th Century European Circus entrées, Vaudeville, silent film, and early television. A playful new format will structure the material and enhance the audience experience.

Appropriate for all ages.


Showtimes:
March 1 @ 8pm
March 2 @ 8pm
March 3 @ 3pm
March 3 @ 8pm
March 4 @ 3pm

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

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da da da Pas de Deux

by Naoko Maeshiba & Rohaizad Suaidi 
March 8 – 11

da da da KFC Sesame Street Mak-yong Strasberg J-pop Anne of Green Gables school uniforms Shoji screen xoxo Coca-Cola Oscars Quranic alif baa taa Downtown Manzai indoor slippers ABBA Oshin I Dream of Jeannie Sha Na Na jo ha kyu da da da

Twenty three years ago, Naoko and Rohaizad met in Honolulu via Japan and Singapore through a production of Suzuki’s “Trojan Women”. They reunited in the mainland, in the Nation’s capital, at the beginning of the millennium. In 2017, they find each other in Baltimore revisiting their experiences living in and outside of the US.

da da da Pas de Deux is a whimsical dialogue between Naoko & Rohaizad about what they left behind/carried forward. They move through the spectrum of time, gender, culture, space, and aesthetic to celebrate their current make-up of body/mind/spirit.


Showtimes:
March 8 @ 8pm
March 9 @ 8pm
March 10 @ 8pm
March 11 @ 3pm

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

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I Killed My Mother

by András Visky
Aprilis LLC
March 15 – 18

“Where does the light come from when it’s dark?” asks Bernadette, a fierce, bi-racial orphan girl who has survived abandonment at birth, abuse by institutions, and being marginalized by her society. Inspired by true events, this empowering coming of age story follows Bernadette as she conjures love, purpose, and hope from a barren landscape. This harrowing, hyper-poetic play explores how the most vulnerable need to become the most resilient.

Showtimes:
March 15 @ 7pm
March 16 @ 7pm
March 17 @ 2pm
March 17 @ 7pm
March 18 @ 2pm

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

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Drawing the Universe and the BIDA Season Concert

BlueShift Dance and Friends
March 23 – 25

BlueShift Dance wants to bring the Baltimore-Washington area to you with Drawing the Universe and the BIDA Season Concert!

See three dance companies perform in Drawing the Universe, featuring works exploring the stuff we’re made of, from the subatomic to the universal.

BlueShift Dance is a Baltimore-based collaborative dance company.

LucidBeings Dance, of Ellicott City, is a company formed in 2017 by Franki Graham and Jeanna Rasigno.

Sylvana Christopher, an independent artist from the D.C. area, has set her work on DancEthos of Northern Virginia.

The Baltimore Independent Dance Artist’s (BIDA) Season Concert features a variety of works selected by a panel of professional choreographers in the Baltimore area.

It’s a one-stop shop for dance fans!

Feel pride in your city’s live art.

Experience the world in which you live through the lens of dance.


Showtimes:
Drawing the Universe
March 23 @ 7pm

BIDA Season Concert
March 24 @ 7pm
March 25 @ 3pm 

Tickets:
General Admission – $20
Students & Seniors – $15

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In the Company of Men … Part III

by Vincent E. Thomas/VTDance
March 30 & 31

In the Company of Men … Part III is an evening of dance art embracing themes of masculinity, life, love, social awareness, and human-ness. With a talented cast of all men, Vincent brings to the stage many perspectives on life through the physical work of the male body. The artistic range of the works is bold and impressive.


Showtimes:
March 30 @ 8pm
March 31 @ 8pm

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

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Corpus Christi

By Terrence McNally
Iron Crow Theatre
April 6 – 15


“We are going to tell you an old and familiar story.”

Born in Corpus Christi, Texas in the 1950s, Joshua is a gay man who also happens to be the son of God. Terrence McNally’s contentious work is a modern queer retelling of the gospels depicting Jesus and the Apostles as gay men living in modern-day Texas. Known as the queer passion play, Corpus Christi follows Joshua from his birth in a seedy motel room to his senior prom, from gay disco to death by crucifixion. Often called blasphemous by religious protesters, this controversial play thoughtfully re-frames the identity of the Christ figure while unpacking his essential lessons of love and faith.

Of Special Note: Premiering in New York City in 1998, The New York Times published an article linking the uproar in response to the production to the death of gay University of Wyoming student Matthew Shepard. Matthew Shepard’s death inspired the creation of The Laramie Project to be produced by Iron Crow Theatre in June of 2018.

Please note that Corpus Christi explores mature themes, contains adult language, sexual content and violence, and may not be suitable for patrons under the age of 18.


Showtimes:
April 6 @ 8pm
April 7 @ 2pm & 8pm
April 8 @ 5:30pm
April 12 @ 7pm
April 13 @ 8pm
April 14 @ 2pm & 8pm
April 15 @ 5:30pm

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

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SENSES

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 (Artist Edition) and Saturday, April 22 (Open Call.) 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.

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.


Showtimes:
Open Marley: Artists Edition – April 19 @ 7pm
Open Marley: Open Call – April 21 @ 3pm
SENSES – April 21 @ 8pm
SENSES – April 22 @ 3pm

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

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Homebodies

Alex & Olmsted
April 27 – 29

The Jim Henson Foundation Grant awarded company Alex and 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.


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

Tickets:
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.


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

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

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Palindrome

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

Thelonius Monk & Marvin Gaye.

Directed by David D. Mitchell and Lance Bankerd.

Showtimes:
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

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

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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.


Showtimes:
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

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

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