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Events 2014



All activities listed are FREE on the dates and times noted. Many events require advance reservations.  All dates, artists and venues subject to change. Please check organization’s website or call directly to confirm reservation information, seating availability or specific details. For directions call the presenting organization or visit www.google.com/maps

 
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THEATRE

STRAND THEATER COMPANY
Short Original Plays

Strand Theater Company, in partnership with the Playwrights Group of Baltimore, will present a series of short original plays by Baltimore area playwrights centered around a common theme to create an enjoyable afternoon of family-friendly theater.

Sun Oct 13 2pm – 4pm

Strand Theater – 1823 N. Charles Street

Tickets are available at info@strand-theater.org or by phone at 443-874-4917.

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THEATRE ACTION GROUP (TAG)
Great Day of Play

TAG invites you to share in the Joy of Creation with us, exposing people to multiple interactive ways of theatrical expression through the lens of social justice. By engaging with our collective imaginations, we will continue to build on a community that asks questions, challenges the status quo, and renders new forms of expression. The event will culminate in an "acto," a short performance piece inspired by Teatro Campesino using masks, wigs, placards, musical instruments, created by audience members/participants.

This “performance workshop” is participatory with the audience engaging in receptive listening, brainstorming, sharing stories and reflecting on their personal journey creating themes to celebrate, unpack, define and recreate. For teens and adults.

Sun Oct 20 2-5pm

Eubie Blake Center - 847 North Howard Street

Call 443-494-9524 or email theatreactiongroup@gmail.com to RSVP


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VAGABOND PLAYERS
Company

"This Tony-winning Broadway smash musical deals with the adult themes of marriage and commitment. Sondheim's vibrant and electrifying score sets the tone for a production that is sleek, smart, and sophisticated from start to finish. Director Eric Potter has assembled a cast of Baltimore's best singers for this polished production."

Thurs Oct 17 8pm

Vagabond Theatre – 806 S. Broadway

Visit http://vagabondplayers.org/freefall_2013.html or phone the Theatre ((410) 563-9135) and leave a request. Please include your name and telephone number.

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WORKSHOPS

ARTblocks
Creative Placemaking Workshop

Placemaking is an approach to creating vital public spaces through direct community participation. In this workshop, we will flesh out creative project ideas for an empty lot at Charles & 20th Streets. The lot has been adopted by Man Alive Treatment Center, and the overarching goal is to create a safe, inclusive, green gathering and learning space for local residents, including seniors living in nearby J. Van Story Branch public housing. The space will include seating, vegetable gardens, and a food stand, but how it gets there and what it looks like will be determined by this community workshop. This process may be duplicated in any neighborhood, including yours!

Sun Oct 27 4pm

Liam Flynn’s Ale House – 22 West North Avenue Space

 is limited and RSVP is necessary. Call 410-243-3834 to reserve a space.

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BALTIMORE CLASSICAL GUITAR SOCIETY
Master Classes Program

Experience the beauty of classical guitar in two master classes led by international artists.

First master class with Manuel Barrueco will be dedicated to performers that are age 12-17 years; second class with Chinese guitarist Xuefei Yang will be for young adults age 18-22; and last class with Franco Platino will be open to any age (young or more mature players).

Players are selected by the BCGS, but the class and the Q&A session with the professor is open to anyone to attend.

MANUEL BARRUECO
Sun Oct 6 1 - 4pm

FRANCO PLATINO
Sun Oct 13 1 - 4pm

BEIJING GUITAR DUO (MENG SU & YAMENG WANG)
Sun Oct 20 1 - 4pm

An Die Musik – 409 N. Charles Street

To reserve tickets, visit www.bcgs.org.

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