1. “The Evil Dead” at Red Branch Theatre Co.
“…we enjoyed every minute! And with the laughter that filled the theatre, I’m guessing the entire audience did too.” – April Forrer.
Synopsis: You will think twice before camping in a cabin in the woods ever again. Follow five college friends on a weekend getaway as they accidentally unleash an evil, flesh-eating force. When you want to laugh, don’t worry– you’re supposed to! This uproarious spoof might be a little (or a lot) bloody, but it was created to make you cackle just in time for Halloween.
2. “Das Barbecu” at Spotlighters Theatre.
“Spotlighter’s production of ‘Das Barbecu’ is an in-your-face farce of epic proportions.” – Timoth David Copney.
Synopsis: Wagner’s Ring Cycle is spun as a witty Texas fable with five actors playing more than 30 outrageous characters at breakneck speed. Songs run the gamut from Broadway to Texas swing, from jazz to twangy country and western. Mismatched lovers who meet on the day of their shotgun double wedding, three generations of feuding families, a magic ring of power, wild west lariat tricks, a synchronized swimming revue, a song and dance tribute to the joys of guacamole, and the sweetest two step ever to slide across a stage add up to wild comedy.
3. “The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time” at the Kennedy Center.
“This technical masterpiece and compelling story lead us into a world that many have trouble understanding.” – Elle Marie Sullivan.
Synopsis: Based on the bestselling novel, this heartwarming story has an unforgettable young hero whose investigation of a mystery leads to a life-changing adventure in “one of the most fully immersive works ever to wallop Broadway” (New York Times). The production won five 2015 Tony Awards including Best Play.
4. FreeFall Baltimore! – Motor House – “Charm City Theatre Palooza.”
Friday, October 14, 2016 from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM.
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Synopsis: Free! Free! Free! Make sure to email us if you want to participate…or just grab a ticket and come some support the fun!! Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with Palooza Monologue Slam or Palooza Scene Showcase in the subject line if you plan to participate.
5. FreeFall Baltimore! – Maryland Women’s Heritage Center- Maryland Women in the Arts.
10:00am to 2:00pm
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Synopsis: Join us at the Maryland Women’s Heritage Center on Saturday, October 15, 2016 as we feature two Maryland women who are keeping the stories and music alive. Kate Campbell Stevenson, actor, will portray Eleanor Roosevelt and other women in history. Larzine Talley, jazz vocalist will present “Diamond in Jazz” with songs of Billie Holiday, Ethel Ennis and other famous songstresses. Between performances, guests will have an opportunity to tour the Center and view the exhibits: Maryland Women’s Hall of Fame, Images and Expressions: Maryland Women in the Arts, Women in STEM, Unsung Heroines and Women working for the right to vote.