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If you want to take your little ones to a rich, engaging theater experience this weekend, then Pumpkin Theater in Owings Mills is the place to go. Featuring the classic, The Princess & The Pea, the performance is engaging for children and adults. The first thing that captures your attention is the lush costumes that the characters wear. King Olaf, played wonderfully by Larry Levinson, and Queen Ulrika, played regally by Kay-Megan Washington, are attired in rich, royal bolts of cloth that absolutely transport you into the story's place and time. Gustaf, the troll, played enthusiastically by Holly Gibbs, is green from head to toe and looks like a small version of the Jolly Green Giant. Kudos to costume designer Wil E. Crowther who seems to have an eye for fabric and draping that adds so much to this production.BWW Reviews: COMPANY Delivers at The Vagabond Players October 23, 2013
Relationships, commitment, marriage, forever after, husband & wife, the intimacy and demands of everyday life together - all these issues are examined in Stephen Sondheim's "Company," playing at The Vagabond Players in Fells Point through November 17.BWW Reviews: A Modern Moliere Plays at Vagabond Theater September 19, 2013
I really don't like restoration comedies. I find them didactic, repetitive, obvious and really not thatcomedic. So, with resignation I headed to the Vagabond Players in Fells Point to witness their production of Moliere's The Misanthrope. And here's what happened - I enjoyed it.BWW Reviews: Pumpkin Theatre's LILLY'S PURPLE PLASTIC PURSE Empowers Kids May 15, 2013
Two young boys get into a fight on the playground.Their parents meet to talk it out.Then four grown adults use their words to tear the flesh off each other.Welcome to God of Carnage at Everyman Theatre.BWW Reviews: SUPERIOR DONUTS Offers Loads of Laughs February 4, 2013
'You can't be a real boy until you prove that you are good and honest,' says the fairy to Pinocchio. Thus begins Pinocchio the puppet's journey to boyhood staged at Red Branch Theatre Company in Columbia, Maryland.BWW Reviews: OTHELLO - A Horror Story Plays at Mobtown October 31, 2012
Laura, a classic 1940's crime drama, bears all the trappings associated with this American crime fiction genre - a murder victim, an unyielding police detective, some high society hi-jinks, and a great looking gal. What's not to love?Summer Stages: BWW's Top Summer Theatre Picks - Baltimore! June 7, 2012
There's plenty of performances to catch this summer in Baltimore. From children's theater to the nation's largest free arts festival, Baltimore keeps the sizzle in summertime.TAKE TEN AT FELLS POINT CORNER THEATRE April 25, 2012
Get to Everyman Theatre if you want to see something completely different, something completely captivating, something almost surreal in theater. The Brothers Size, by Tarell Alvin McCraney, is a play about two brothers living in the mystic bayou of Louisiana.BWW Reviews: GODSPELL Plays at Notre Dame - A Sweet Rendition March 2, 2012
There's something powerful that happened on the corner of North Avenue and Howard Street. Tennessee Williams' "Cat on a Hot Tin Roof" played the Load of Fun Complex through November 27 and through the brilliance of Tennessee Williams, we witnessed this complex Southern family portrait as they battle with issues of greed, immortality, sexuality, alcoholism, poverty and complicated father and son/wife and husband relationships as they gather to celebrate Big Daddy's 65th birthday.