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Brent Englar

Brent is an aspiring playwright originally from Baltimore County, though a recent job transplanted me to Los Angeles to work as a sales representative for a chemical company. Prior to that he taught high school English, and is currently working as an editor for an educational content developer in Baltimore.
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BWW Reviews: The Mystery of MARY ROSEBWW Reviews: The Mystery of MARY ROSE
November 9, 2012

Rep Stage continues its 20th Anniversary season with a compelling production of J. M. Barrie's haunted drama.
BWW Reviews: Exploiting A BEHANDINGBWW Reviews: Exploiting A BEHANDING
October 26, 2012

Martin McDonagh's A BEHANDING IN SPOKANE offers cheap laughs and little else.
BWW Reviews: Theatrical Mining Company's PASSPORT to RedemptionBWW Reviews: Theatrical Mining Company's PASSPORT to Redemption
August 17, 2012

The 2012 Baltimore Playwrights Festival and Theatrical Mining Company present a new play by Kevin Kostic, set during the post-election riots of Kenya in 2007.
WELL DoneWELL Done
June 7, 2012

Rain Pryor, the new artistic director at Baltimore's Strand Theater, directs a moving production of Lisa Kron's WELL.
Summer Stages: BWW's Top Summer Theatre Picks - Baltimore Take 2!Summer Stages: BWW's Top Summer Theatre Picks - Baltimore Take 2!
June 7, 2012

Baltimore is brewing some great summer theatre with productions Bent, Come Out and Say It, Following Sarah and Passport, the last two selections from the Baltimore Playwrights Festival.
BWW Reviews: Minding 'THE GAP' at Glass Mind TheatreBWW Reviews: Minding 'THE GAP' at Glass Mind Theatre
June 5, 2012

Glass Mind Theatre's third-annual short-play festival pairs playwrights with play settings submitted by audience members.
A Potent WHIPPING MANA Potent WHIPPING MAN
April 23, 2012

Kwame Kwei-Armah directs his first play since becoming Center Stage's artistic director, an excellent production of Matthew Lopez's THE WHIPPING MAN.
Glorious HOTELGlorious HOTEL
April 6, 2012

Single Carrot Theatre presents a spectacularly inventive interpretation of Charles Mee's HOTEL CASSIOPEIA.
Blood-bound and Tongue-tied to Greek MythologyBlood-bound and Tongue-tied to Greek Mythology
March 30, 2012

In Jacqueline E. Lawton's new play, BLOOD-BOUND AND TONGUE-TIED, the parallels to the tragedy of Oedipus co-exist awkwardly with a story about race and identity in 20th-century America.
Discomfitting TRANSFORMATIONDiscomfitting TRANSFORMATION
March 20, 2012

Fells Point Corner Theatre produces an excellent production of Annie Baker's compelling play, CIRCLE MIRROR TRANSFORMATION.
ADAPTING CINDERELLA ... But Why?ADAPTING CINDERELLA ... But Why?
March 12, 2012

In Glass Mind Theatre's ensemble-generated ADAPTING CINDERELLA, the magic of the story proves elusive.
BWW Reviews: Exaggerated COASTAL DISTURBANCESBWW Reviews: Exaggerated COASTAL DISTURBANCES
February 21, 2012

At Fells Point Corner Theatre, Tina Howe's 1987 play, COASTAL DISTURBANCES, lacks nuance.
BWW Reviews: Hurston GLEAMS in BaltimoreBWW Reviews: Hurston GLEAMS in Baltimore
January 12, 2012

Bonnie Lee Moss Rattner's adaptation of Zora Neale Hurston's THEIR EYES WERE WATCHING GOD receives its third production-the first in nearly 25 years-at CENTERSTAGE.
Half MOONHalf MOON
December 5, 2011

Glass Mind Theater presents a solid production of Sarah Ford Gorman's still-gestating play, AND UNDERNEATH THE MOON.
An Enjoyable Time ON THIS ISLANDAn Enjoyable Time ON THIS ISLAND
October 24, 2011

The Red Branch Theatre Company concludes its season with a production of ONCE ON THIS ISLAND, a tuneful re-imagining of 'The Little Mermaid.'
A Moving OUR TOWNA Moving OUR TOWN
October 10, 2011

The Chesapeake Shakespeare Company brings OUR TOWN to life in the ruins above Ellicott City.
BWW Reviews: The Theatre of CHURCHBWW Reviews: The Theatre of CHURCH
October 5, 2011

Single Carrot Theatre opens its fifth season with Young Jean Lee's thought-provoking call to worship, CHURCH.
An Entertaining DEN OF THIEVESAn Entertaining DEN OF THIEVES
September 18, 2011

Baltimore's Glass Mind Theatre opens its second season with an enjoyable production of Stephen Adly Guirgis' intriguing play.
Free Love, or Aphra, Charles, and NellFree Love, or Aphra, Charles, and Nell
September 8, 2011

Rep Stage opens its 19th season with a production of Liz Duffy Adams' Restoration-style comedy, 'Or,', an unexpectedly moving play masquerading as farce.
Asking the Hard QuestionsAsking the Hard Questions
August 15, 2011

The latest entry in the Baltimore Playwrights Festival, Nancy Murray's ASKING QUESTIONS, overcomes some curious choices to deliver an engaging evening of theatre.


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