One of the country’s finest schools for teens in the performing arts is here in downtown Baltimore.
Kennedy Center officials have for the first time chosen a woman to lead the national cultural and arts center.
Morgan State University’s Department of Fine and Performing Arts is presenting the musical, “The Color Purple.”
She was America’s sweetheart at two Olympic Games. But she may be best known for her performance in the musical “Peter Pan.”
You can run away to the circus without quitting your day job thanks to some “big top fun” now underway in Baltimore.
The National Philharmonic is taking over music education programs at a public charter school in Washington to provide intensive instruction in violin, piano and other instruments.
Among the contemporary dance forms, ballet is by far the most demanding. With this in mind, the following are the best places to experience ballet throughout the Baltimore area.
Hundreds of people and puppets grace the Hippodrome stage in “The Lion King.” One of Broadway’s longest-running musicals is in town.
The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington is extending its reach to Africa this year to provide arts management seminars for hundreds of arts leaders in Kenya, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda and Zimbabwe.