Amanda N. Gunther | TheatreBloom
Looking for an evening out? Like something a little more
1940’s than 1840’s? Tired of the trifecta ghosts of Christmas? Spotlighters
offers a more blithe spirit this holiday, Noel Coward’s Blythe Spirit, a witty little farce to bridge the transition from
2018 to 2019.
Shaelyn Jae Photography The cast of Blythe Spirit at Spotlighters Theatre. Photo courtesy of Shealyn Jae Photography
The neighborhood of Mount Vernon,
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.
Boxes. Bags. Doors. Sardines! How the bloody hell can anyone keep it all straight over at Otstar Productions Ltd. with their current production of Nothing On? How about a spot of rehearsal? That’s exactly what you’ll get and then some when you come to the real show— Noises Off— with Silhouette Stages this March. Well, all that and a bag of chips, barrel of laughs, and a hysterically zany three-act evening of epic entertainment.