Written in 1882, Henrik Ibsen’s brilliant masterpiece is as resonant and powerful today as it was then. @Function Coworking Community 4709 Harford Rd. (just a bit north of Coldspring lane) Friday and Saturday at 8pm// Sunday Matinees 3pm (Tickets can be purchased at door or at https://enemypeople2019.bpt.me) $10 May 10th-12th & 17th-19th Also showing at Downtown Cultural Arts Center, April 27th at 2pm (UPDATED 4/25). Cast: Catherine – Billie D. Taylor Kiil (Marsha) – Peggy Friedman Petra – Nikki Singh Aslaksen –
Theatrical Mining Company and Baltimore Playwrights Festival presents… Directed by Barry Feinstein | Written by Robert Garcia Andre Gonzales is returning home from combat in Vietnam. Unbeknownst to him, he brings home an uninvited guest. Downtown Cultural Arts Center
This Month: Annapolis Blues by Rosemary Toohey Directed by Miriam Bazensky, Produced by Robert Garcia Cast: Lauren: Jennifer Mikulski, Steph: Stephanie Ichniowski, Amy: Arielle Gordon Originally scheduled for March 21st now showing Weds, March 28th Shows by donation for a
Theatrical Mining Company Presents Antigone by Sophocles Translated by Ian Johnston Adapted for the modern stage and directed by Barry Feinstein Join us May 5th through 27th on Saturday and Sunday Matinees at 3pm. THE SHOW ON SUNDAY MAY 27th
Join us at Downtown Cultural Arts Center. This Months One Act Plays Include: Lucky Soldier After surviving Vietnam, Andre begins a journey. Andre is running scared. He attempts to kill his violent nature and tortured past that the war left
Theatrical Mining Company YOUNG PEOPLE’S ENSEMBLE Written and Directed by Barry FeinsteIn
Looking for a big laugh with an even bigger thought behind it? Don’t miss Noah Schechter’s, “The Accidental Death of Nelson Fritz” Saturday and Sunday 3pm July 29-30th & August 5-6th. This is a Baltimore Playwright’s Festival Full Production Theatrical Mining
Welcome to the law offices of Crash and Burn PA. Visit at your own peril in this hilarious farce reflecting American politics and presidential elections in the distant past and near future. Everything is upside down and up for sale.