Gwenies Pastries. Photo by Corey Jennings.

On the heels of a successful Charm City Night Market, the inaugural event that brought thousands to the west side of downtown for Asian-American food, vendors and entertainment, the Chinatown Collective is teaming with Baltimore Center Stage for a pop-up market on Nov. 9.

The market is a tie-in with the upcoming play “King of the Yees,” a comedy that explores the “vivid legacy of one changing Chinatown” through the story of a playwright who returns home after her father has gone missing, according to a plot description.

Vendors will be in the lobby of the theater selling food, drinks and crafts from 6 p.m. until midnight.

There are three ways to gain access to the night market. Anyone who purchases a ticket for “King of the Yees” can attend, and there’s also an $85 VIP package that includes a ticket and access to a post-show party. But anyone who just wants to attend the market can pay $8 in advance, or $10 at the door.

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