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Shriver Hall Concert Series is "Baltimore's finest importer of classical music talent" says The Sun . Every season, we feature a carefully curated lineup of internationally acclaimed soloists and chamber musicians that will please the most discerning listener.
3400 North Charles Street
Baltimore,
MD
US
Repeatedly deemed Best Rock Club and once voted Best Drunken Hookup Bar by City Paper readers, Ottobar hosts an ongoing calendar of local and touring bands, DJs, and comedians. With bars on both floors of the two-story venue, guests can sip on mixed drinks and beers while listening to live music or pumping quarters into an award-winning jukebox. The venue also hosts special nights including spelling bees and underground dance parties, wherein guests shake their hips to the sound of shoveling.
2549 N Howard St
Baltimore,
MD
US
When Clarence Harlan Hurlock Sr. designed Oak Acre in 1928, it was a labor of love. He paid attention to the Antebellum-style home's every last detail, making sure each room was in line with his vision, and paying particular attention to landscaping features. The end result was beloved by the family, who has owned it for nearly 90 years. Now, attendees of the 39th Symphony Decorators' Show House can pass under the stately white mansion's four elegant columns and breeze through the front door for a look inside. There, among the antique trappings, they'll find 22 spaces that have been redesigned by 18 interior designers. These designers have transformed rooms such as the library, kitchen, and billiards room, creating modern tableaus that utilize the latest home trends. Guests can gain inspiration for their own projects from these new trends and purchase various accessories and furnishings used by the designers. They can also purchase specialty goods and crafts at the onsite boutique and grab refreshments at the onsite cafe.
4309 N Charles St.
Baltimore,
MD
US
During Loyola University’s #3USHAK3SF3ST, three theater departments from three Illinois universities explore a wide Shakespearean spectrum with renditions of a comedy, a history, and a fantasy. In Measure for Measure, the hosting thespians uncap a comedy about the hypocrisy of a corrupt judge the Duke of Vienna tasks to tidy the city’s lax moral code of conduct. On Saturday night, Western Illinois condenses the history plays of Henry IV into a single show, chronicling the perilous years in English history when British soldiers fended off the thorns that pricked royal fingers. For Sunday’s finale, a Prospero from Bradley’s Peoria campus casts a stormy spell over the city’s north lakeshore in Shakespeare’s last play, The Tempest. The theater groups will produce all three works using the same innovative set structure, lighting design, and spells for summoning stagehands, enabling the triad to smoothly reconstruct itself at the other two campuses after the inaugural Chicago festival.
4501 North Charles Street
Baltimore,
MD
US
For $19, you get two tickets to a performance of Macbeth at The Great Hall Theater at St. Mary's Outreach Center (up to a $40 value). Choose from the following performances:
4545 North Charles Street
Baltimore,
MD
US
Glass Mind Theatre's cast and crew turns the fairy tale of Cinderella on its head with their latest production, Adapting Cinderella, which interweaves elements from the story's countless retellings in films and books to create a unique plotline that questions what constitutes an ideal Prince Charming. With the same enthusiasm for thought-provoking live production that earned the company honors of Best New Theater from City Paper in 2010, Artistic director Andrew Peters guides an ensemble cast as it flutters and fights in sync with Sarah Ford Gorman's choreography and Quinn S.'s original music.
120 W North Ave
Baltimore,
MD
US
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