Hopkins Offers Course on Theater, 2/11

February 7
1:59 PM 2013


Former Baltimore Sun theater critic is presenting a series of lectures at Johns Hopkins University entitled "Director's Cut: Conversations with Artistic Directors of Area Theaters".

The class, part of the Odyssey Program, will be presented on Monday evenings beginning February 11 and continuing to March 11 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Initiating the program will be Everyman Theatre's Founding Artistic Director Vince Lancisi on Feb. 11.

On Feb. 18 Aaron Heinsman (former Board President of the Strand Theater Company) and Artistic Director of the Iron Crow Company, Steven Satta-Fleming will be featured.

On Feb. 25 Single Carrot's Nathan A. Cooper and Donald Owens, Artistic of the historic Arena Players will be speaking.

On March 4, newly appointed Artistic Director of Center Stage, Kwamam Kwei-Armah will be presenting his views.

And finally, on March 11, Ed Herendeen, Founder and Producing Director of the Contemporary American Theater Festival will end the course.

Cost is $155.

For information call Bada Hebron at 410-516-8516 or email her to register at bhebron@jhu.edu.


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Charles Shubow Originally from Boston, Charles' first college show was "Barefoot in the Park," he played the role of the telephone repairman. Next came "How to Succeed..." in which he played in the ensemble and then Chairman of the Board. He appeared in "Fiddler on the Roof" at the White Marsh Dinner Theatre as Lazar Wolf. Charles' daughter Britt played one of Tevye's younger daughters. Britt later completed a five year stint in Broadway's "Mamma Mia!" as the Sophie understudy. Charles conducts theatre trips to Broadway shows as the "Shubow Shuttle."

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