The ever-lively Baltimore never disappoints, and for those seniors looking for leisure, entertainment or excitement in the greater Baltimore area, here are a few things to check out.
Gigi Barnett spoke with Dr. William Nelson, Dr. Joni Floyd and Shakia Gullette and Dawn Ursula and Nora Stillman Burke.
A young man from the Towson area has just had his debut on Broadway, but not as an actor on stage. Mike Schuh shows us how Tim Mackabe designed what the audience sees on stage.
Baltimore has a growing and vibrant theater community. There are shows and performances occurring somewhere in Charm City at all times of the year.
Our ability to express ourselves is known as “our voice.” The Everyman Theatre has brought in a deaf actor to help us hear and find our voices.
Vinny Lancisi from the Everyman Theater talked about “RED.” Don and Gigi talked to Aileen Gabbey with the Maryland SPCA about keeping your pets safe during Thanksgiving.
A unique sensory experience is underway at Baltimore’s Everyman Theatre. They’ve opened their doors to those who can’t see and have created a new way to go to a play.
Baltimore is not only known for the Inner Harbor, Fort McHenry, crabs, the Orioles and Ravens, it is also known for theater. From early in the 20th century, theater has left its mark on the city and nation. Strand Theatre, the Everyman Theatre, Center Stage and the Hippodrome Theatre are synonymous with acting excellence, quality productions and some of the best theater directors in the country.
Baltimore has a rich history of theater as deep as the foundations of the city.The 2013 spring theater season in Baltimore offers performances for all ages.
The Everyman Theatre is opening in its new home in a long-abandoned historic theater on Baltimore’s west side with a week of festivities.
Don and Marty had “Coffee With” Anna Post and Dr. Susan Rehm about the flu season. Ron Matz had “People Are Talking” about the Everyman Theatre moving downtown.
That’s a wrap! A longtime Baltimore theater says a final goodbye.