Posts tagged ‘theatre project’

6-4-12: A Fierce Longing

A review of the play “A Fierce Longing,” now at the Theatre Project in Baltimore.

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5-18-12: Al Letson

Tom Hall talks to poet, playwright, actor and radio host Al Letson, who is at Baltimore’s Theater Project this weekend with “State of the Re:Union Live.”

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1-10-12: A Good Gumbo

A good gumbo has a little bit of everything — and that’s what you can find at the arts festival called Generous Company’s Gumbo, in Baltimore this weekend. Tom Hall talks with some of the artists involved.

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10-5-10: In Search of Tonto Blue

Maryland Morning theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews In Search of Tonto Blue, now at the Theatre Project.

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3-9-10: “All Weather Ballads”

J. Wynn Rousuck reviews “All Weather Ballads” at the Theatre Project.

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2-2-10: At Swim in “Sea of Birds”

J. Wynn Rousuck reviews “Sea of Birds”, a performance piece currently at Baltimore’s Theatre Project.

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12-09-09: Seeing “Out of Sight”

A Jewish lesbian juggler talking about her relationship with her blind mother, and with Israel.

Continue Reading December 8, 2009 at 8:57 pm Leave a comment

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