Coronavirus And The Arts: Maryland Humanities Giving Away $500K In Grants To Cultural OrganizationsMaryland Humanities has set up a $500,000 grant fund to help organizations that provide humanities programming get through the coronavirus pandemic, the organization said Friday.
Don't Throw Away Your Shot, 'Hamilton' Is Coming To DC“Hamilton,” the top-grossing musical on Broadway, is coming to Washington. The “room where it happens” is the Opera House at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts.
'Hadestown,' With Baltimore's André De Shields, Wins Grammy For Best Musical Theater AlbumHadestown, a notable work the actor is featured in, has just won the Grammy for Best Musical Theater Album.
Wicked To Return Baltimore Hippodrome Theatre In FebruaryThe Broadway hit takes a look at what happened in the Land of Oz before Dorothy and Toto arrived.
Artist Brings Baltimore's Row Homes To Life With Light City PieceYou can check out the project right in front of the National Aquarium by Pier 4.
AFRAM Festival To Take Over Druid Hill Park This Weekend
Foundation Gives $2.7M To City For 'Social Good' In Baltimore CommunityThe T. Rowe Price Foundation is giving a $2.7 million grant to the City for a four-year program focusing on art, education and human services.
'The Play That Goes Wrong' Works To Get It Right This Weekend At The Hippodrome TheatreThe show will be playing at the Hippodrome through Sunday, June 9.
Charlie And The Chocolate Factory Swirls Baltimore Into A World Full Of Pure ImaginationCome to the Hippodrome Theatre, and you'll see, a world full of pure imagination- onstage that is.
Troupe Vertigo Teams Up With BSO For The NutcrackerCirque Nutcracker will perform at the Meyerhoff from December 14-16.
Baltimore Design Students Stepped Into Hippodrome's 'Anastasia' Closet ThursdayIt's a chance to expose them to live theatre, and Thursday there was also a once in a lifetime opportunity for a group of design students. Those students had a genuine Tony Award winner come down from New York.
Maryland Film Festival Founder Retires After 20 YearsJed Dietz is stepping down after a long 20-year run. The festival began in 1999.
Film Festival Focuses On Appalachia, Horror And Gender IDA film festival in Cumberland is opening with a focus on Appalachia.
New Film Festival Hopes To Highlight Local Filmmakers In West BaltimoreTo take advantage of the cooler temperatures at night and the darkness, many outdoor movies have sprung up across the city.
Artscape Expected To Draw Hundreds Of Thousands To BaltimoreFriday marks day one of America’s largest free arts festival, welcoming thousands of people, which is a huge boost for our local economy.