6-1-11: Maryland Morning Culture Calendar
Wednesday, June 1
The Strand Theater begins its annual Friends and Neighbors Festival tonight with the first of seven new plays that they’ll present in workshop performances over the next few weeks. The plays will be presented in repertory over the course of five evenings each week until June 19th. Baltimore’s Station North Arts District, and curtain time for the evening performances is 7:00.
Friday, June 3 – Sunday, June 5
The Frederick Festival of the Arts happens this weekend along Carroll Creek Linear Park. It kicks off Friday night at 6, and runs through Sunday evening.
Friday, June 2
Opening reception for the exhibition Passing Times and Places, featuring the work of photographers Ed Worteck from Baltimore, and Ben Hoke from Catonsville, Gallery 1448, Baltimore, 6:00. The exhibition will be in place until July 10th.
Saturday, June 4
The Colonial Players in Annapolis is hosting a Fundraising Gala called All Access Backstage Pass in their theater in Annapolis. The event starts at 7:00, and includes a silent auction, dinner, and lots of entertainment. The Colonial Players’ newest production, Neil Labutte’s The Shape of Things, opens on June 10th.
Sunday, June 5
Matthew Lazar conducts the Baltimore chapter of of HaZamir: The International Jewish High School Choir, Gordon Center for the Performing Arts, Owings Mills, 4:00
Beginning Thursday, June 9
Classical music performances by the National Orchestral Institute, Clarice Smith Center for the Performing Arts, on the campus of the University of Maryland.