Curtain Call

From classic dramas to contemporary comedies, here are eight theater openings this month.

By Baylor Knobloch - September 2015

Curtain Call

From classic dramas to contemporary comedies, here are eight theater openings this month.

By Baylor Knobloch - September 2015

A Sensation Novel
Spotlighters Theatre. 817 St. Paul St. 410-752-1225. This musical play in three acts takes you inside the mind of a Victorian-era novelist as he suffers a comical bout of writer’s block.

Much Ado About Nothing
Chesapeake Shakespeare Company. 7 S. Calvert St. 410-244-8570.Get tangled in a web of mischief, jealousy, deception, and love in Shakespeare’s timeless tale of complicated romance.

Pride and Prejudice
Center Stage. 700 N. Calvert St. 410-332-0033. Jane Austen’s winding tale of love in 19th-century England comes to life on the stage and shows us that opposites really do attract.

An Inspector Calls
Everyman Theatre. 315 W. Fayette St. 410-752-2208. This famous British drama challenges the blind eye that justice often turns to the wealthy class.

Greater Tuna
Vagabond Players. 806 S. Broadway. 410-563-9135. Travel to the small town of Tuna, TX, and meet the local crazies in this Southern gothic drama.

Fells Point Corner Theatre. 251 S. Ann St. 410-276-7837. In the Baltimore premiere of Lisa D’Amour’s award-winning comedy, a suburban couples hosts their new next-door neighbors at a backyard barbecue.

Variations on Family
Theatre Project. 45 W. Preston St. 410-752-8558. Eight 10-minute plays written by local playwrights explore the concept of family.

Phoebe in Winter
Single Carrot Theatre. 2600 N. Howard St. 443-844-9253. In the aftermath of war, a family’s strength is put to the test when an unexpected visitor shows up on their doorstep and demands to be taken in.

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