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With its 11 short plays, Rapid Lemon Productions’ ‘Variations on Sacrifice’ offers something for everyone

Donna Ibale in “Springtime Cyclic,” by Lee Conderacci. Photo courtesy of Rapid Lemon Productions.

Rapid Lemon Productions’ “Variations on Sacrifice,” a showcase of 11 bite-size plays by Baltimore playwrights, presents something for everyone: bedroom antics after the first-ever penis transplant, a moving breakup monologue, human sacrifice via office politics, plus eight other unique short stories.

Event Pick: ‘Homebodies,’ a two-person puppet show centered around a puzzle box

Still via Alex & Olmsted/YouTube

“Homebodies,” a curious-looking play about a puzzling box and the larger concept of what makes a home a home, premieres tonight at Mid-Town Belvedere’s Baltimore Theater Project.

Flux at Baltimore Theatre Project


Deep Vision Dance Company

catch of the day fish (2)Nothing is static. We are ever changing. That’s the premise behind this new evening of work from Deep Vision Dance Company, which will run at the Baltimore Theatre Project next weekend. The company, founded in 2011 under the artistic direction of Nicole A. Martinell focuses on work that explores emotional complexity and what Martinell calls the “strange beauty of the world around us.” Ranging from abstract to narrative work, Martinell’s choreography illustrates opposing ends of a continuum – an unfolding journey characterized by detailed characters, spiraling phrases, and a continuous ebb and flow of space. That, and it’s mesmerizing to watch.