Performance Workshop Theatre Presents BREAKING THE CODE, Now thru 10/28

September 28
12:30 AM 2012

BREAKING-THE-CODE-20010101

Performance Workshop Theatre presents BREAKING THE CODE by Hugh Whitemore, directed by Marlyn G. Robinson, running tonight, September 28 – October 28.

Marc Horwitz stars as the eccentric genius, Alan Turing, the father of modern computing, who cracked the Nazi's unbreakable Enigma code enabling the Allies to win World War II but after the war was put on trial for breaking society's code against homosexuality. A Baltimore premiere, The show is part of the 2012 worldwide Centenary Celebration of Turing's life and work.

Performance Workshop Theatre is located at 5426 Harford Road in Baltimore, Md. The show plays Sept. 28, 29, 30 and Oct. 4, 5, 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18, 19, 20, 21, 25, 26, 27, 28, Thursday, Friday and Saturday evenings: 8:00 p.m. and Sunday matinees: 3:00 p.m.

Tickets: $22 General Admission; $20 Seniors; $15 Students (with proper I.D.). For information and reservations, call 410-659-7830 or visit www.performanceworkshoptheatre.org.

Baltimore THEATER Stories | Shows  Like BWW Baltimore  Follow BWW Baltimore




BROADWAYWORLD TV

Young Frankenstein! in BaltimoreYoung Frankenstein!
Silhouette Stages
(Runs 10/14 - 10/30) CAST
The Diary of Anne Frank
Olney Theatre Center for the Arts
(Runs 9/14 - 10/23)
Finding Neverland in BaltimoreFinding Neverland
Hippodrome Theatre- France-Merrick Performing Arts Center
(Runs 6/27 - 7/2)
ADDAMS FAMILY
Linganore High School
(Runs 4/4 - 4/9)
Always, Patsy Cline in BaltimoreAlways, Patsy Cline
Dundalk Community Theatre
(Runs 10/28 - 11/6)

VIEW ALL ADD A SHOW AUDITIONS

Save $$$ on Tickets to:
Backstage with Richard Ridge
Back to Falsettoland w/ OBC - Passing the Torch
Backstage Bite
TV Exclusive: BACKSTAGE BITE with ALADDIN's Rodney Ingram!
Turning the Tables
Binge on TURNING THE TABLES!
  Chewing the Scenery with Randy Rainbow
TV:-LuPone's Autobio - Lands EVITA!
KID CRITICS
TV: KID CRITICS Swept Away at PHANTOM
BROADWAY SESSIONS
BWW TV Exclusive: THE LION KING Cast Roars at Broadway Sessions