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.
A 28-year-old two-woman comedy returns to the stage as one of the city’s theater companies celebrates a big anniversary.
Richard Pryor was a pioneer and now his daughter lives in Baltimore. Rain Pryor is a devoted teacher in Baltimore City and fans have a chance to help her and her talented students Friday night.
Marty and Don talked to astronaut Don Thomas. Ron Matz was in Federal Hill at the Mark Cottman Gallery talking to Rain Pryor