Articles Tagged With: James Ruth

She Kills Monsters at Green Globe Theatre

In a time before Facebook, Worlds of Warcraft, and Massive Multiplayer Online RPG, there once existed a simple game. And in a time of theatrical chaos, political uproar, and global warming, there currently exists an environmentally sound theatre company. Green Globe Theatre is currently producing Qui Nguyen’s She Kills Monsters. Forged by the hands of theatre nerds, crafted in the minds of Director Jess Marciniak, and so advanced in its advanciness that it would take two whole weekends of production to fully express all of its mighty geekery,

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Memphis at ArtsCentric

Listen to the beat and you’ll hear what’s in their soul! Live from the center of your radio dial— just at the tippy-top end of Station North coming to you directly from The Motor House— ArtsCentric is bringing you the sensational smash hit musical Memphis. Directed by Kevin S. McAllister with Musical Direction by Cedric D. Lyles and Choreography by Torens Johnson, this stellar production is the music of your soul like you’ve never heard heart and soul and rock and roll and rhythm and blues before.

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Romeo and Juliet at The Green Globe Theatre

Now, thou art what thou art, a production of Romeo and Juliet. Though this production, at The Green Globe Theatre (Baltimore’s only producing eco-friendly theatre) is beyond the simple notion of star-crossed lovers meeting in fair Verona. Of course, one must be full well in all five wits to endure the length of this production, but tis worth the patience and endurance for the cinematic elements and uniquely conceived approach to placing the star-crossed lover’s tragedy in WWII Nazi occupied France circa 1944.

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Review: Really Rosie at Heritage Players

Move over, Saturday morning cartoons! Rosie and her hoi poloi crew are shaking up the Rice Auditorium with Heritage Players this summer! From the celebrated mind of Maurice Sendak comes the fantastical musical Really Rosie. With Books and Lyrics by Sendak, and Music by Carole King, the story of Rosie, Chicken Soup, Alligator and other illustrated icons of the imagination roar to life for young audiences in the Catonsville area.

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