I can’t get behind fusion cuisine. It feels so artificial and indecisive. Some things just aren’t meant to be combined.
Other things, however, became exponentially better when put together. Eggs and bacon. Theater and bars. Peanut butter and chocolate. This Sunday evening, in conjunction with The Baltimore Performance Kitchen and Centerstage, Single Carrot Theatre will be performing The Poe Project at Liam Flynn’s Ale House. Directed by the same talented Genevieve deMahy who brought us Hotel Cassiopeia last season, The Poe Project promises to be equally as compelling. This interactive show will pull from all of Poe’s murky history and precocious prose, and if that isn’t incentive enough, it’s being supported by the National Endowment for the Arts as part of the “Big Read.”
For those of you unfamiliar with The Baltimore Performance Kitchen, the premise is to partner with local theaters and artists to showcase local talent at no cost. The venues are scattered throughout the city in accessible locations, such as Liam Flynn’s, so that all may be exposed to our blossoming arts scene. Pub Labs are a segment of the Baltimore Performance Kitchen, explained on their site as the following:
Performance Kitchen has joined forces with CENTERSTAGE to create a platform for Baltimore performing artists and companies to showcase, workshop, and explore new artistic ideas—beer in hand. These events are held at Liam Flynn’s Ale House, 22 W. North Avenue, and are free and open to the public. No tickets are necessary, but please arrive early to buy a beverage and snag a primo seat.
Liam Flynn’s Ale House22 W. North Ave
Sunday November 4th, 2012
You haven’t accepted that Halloween has passed and still need a solid dose of Spooky. Why not via interactive Edgar Allen Poe?
Free! (But at least buy yourself a beer!)
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