Theatre Project

From opera to jazz dance to magic shows, enjoy a weekend full of theater, music and dance performances. Artscape 2018 information coming soon!

Location: 45 Preston Street

As a courtesy to the performers and other audience members, attendees should be prepared to stay for the entire show.  Please keep strollers in the designated areas.

Schedule

Friday, July 21

5PM-6PM Pete Taylor Ensemble, Anyone Want To Go Camping?
Two couples explore their relationships in this original theatre piece.
7PM-8PM The Collective, Campfire Stories A drum circle, talented dancers and audience participation create a unique dance experience.

Saturday, July 22

11AM- 12PM Grandmother Edna and Seniors, First Encounters Join the comedy, the music, the stories and the fun with the senior storytellers, led by Grandmother Edna.
12:30PM- 2PM Vaught Contemporary Ballet, Dirty Dancin’ Tribute Try out to join the company in the performance from 12:30pm to 1pm.  Watch the show from 1:15pm to 2pm.

2:30PM- 3:30PM Rapid Lemons Productions, The Variations Project Baltimore’s original ten-minute play festival presents “Variations on Magic.”

4:30PM- 5:30PM Liberated Muse Arts Group, Campfire Tales: When We Were Goddesses A young camper meets a mysterious woman in the woods with tales of the magic and mysticism of the feminine divine.
6:30PM- 7:30PM New Renaissance Theatre Company, The Unrehearsed Shakespeare Project: The Taming of the Shrew
Shakespeare’s famous tale is brought to life as it would have been in Shakespeare’s own time.

Sunday, July 23

11AM- 12:30PM Baltimore Kids Can Dance A dance showcase featuring three Baltimore based dance companies for young people. 

11-11:30am: Xpressive4ever Dance Ensemble
11:30am-12pm: The Dance Conservatory at the St. Paul’s Schools
12-12:30pm: Dance Happens
1PM- 2PM David London, Magic Camp Enjoy the strange magic of David London, which combines magic with comedy, storytelling, and puppetry to the delight of all.

2:30PM- 3:30PM Dancin’ Unlimited, Dance Under the Stars Talented dancers offer selections that range from the relaxing to the dramatic.
4:30PM- 5:30PM Alanah Davis, Much More Than an Open Mic! Camp counselor, Alanah, brings her network of performers and welcomes all campers to the stage to show their talents.
6:30PM- 7:30PM Full Circle Dance Company, Firelight, Flight, Freedom Fight This concert includes a new work based on the experiences of Harriet Tubman, the famed Underground Railroad conductor.
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