Glass Mind Announces First Season
Glass Mind Theatre Co. is proud to announce their first full season! This season focuses on the idea of connection: Season One is designed to explore the connections we make: interpersonal, intrapersonal, and even techno-personal. It will be a year-long dialogue between artists and audience on what it means to connect.
The season kicks off September 17-26th at Load of Fun Theatre (LOF/T) in Station North with Please Flag with Care, a world premiere of original pieces by Rebecca J. Wyrick and David J. Loehr. It will be an evening of tales and interludes based on Casual Encounters, Missed Connections, and intimate anonymity in an internet age.
W: An Adaptation, Baltimore writer Bob Harris' adaptation of Büchner's "Woyzeck," will premier at LOF/T December 10-19, 2010. In this fresh take on a classic tale, a soldier, cracking under the pressures of his world, searches within himself to define where his fantasies end and his reality begins.
In March of 2010 will be the Baltimore premiere of Neighborhood 3: Requisition of Doom by Jennifer Haley. In this play dubbed a "clever serio-comic horror fest" by the Seattle Times, the teenagers of a suburban neighborhood become addicted to an online video game that mimics their own subdivision - chock full of zombies and disturbingly familiar houses.
The 2010 Season will end with Brainstorm Vol. 2: Baltimore Mixtape. Baltimore's hottest emerging writers and voices will take the stage in this mashup of brand new short plays and a rotating lineup of local musical talent. As Brainstorm is a collaborative event, community members will create the "play list".
The season will also involve two events: Glass Mind's Night Out, a cabaret-style evening featuring Glass Mind's Britt-Olsen Ecker and associate artist Maggie Finnegan will take place in November, and April 2011 will introduce 360 Storytelling, a night of storytelling.
Contact: Elizabeth Galuardi, Director of Public Relations, Glass Mind Theatre Company 410-446-6810 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
From This Author Brent Englar