Tag: Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

A Few Spots Left for the Mixolo Premiere Event at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (It’s Free!)

0
Photographer: Teresa Castracane*

Mixolo (noun): mix + solo. A social networking company that helps those on their own find like-minded strangers to hang with.

SIGN UP as an Early Adopter (EA) to find out what the buzz is all about! Then join other Mixolo EAs for a special preview event.

Join Mixolo for its Premiere Event at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (It’s Free!)

0
Photographer: Teresa Castracane*

Mixolo (noun): mix + solo. A social networking company that helps those on their own find like-minded strangers to hang with.

SIGN UP as an Early Adopter (EA) to find out what the buzz is all about! Then join other Mixolo EAs for a special preview event.

Tour the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company New Headquarters

0

From Pigtown Design – The Baltimore Architecture Foundation, where I am Board Chair, frequently gives tours of buildings which are still in the construction phase. One of our Board members arranged for us to tour the Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s “new” headquarters, which is actually a building that’s more than a century old!

The building was used as a bank for about the first 100 years and then it was renovated and became a series of progressively worse nightclubs before it was finally shuttered. The most jaw-dropping thing about the space is its incredible ceiling.

ceiling3_thumb[1]

Chesapeake Shakespeare Receives Major Gift from Abell Foundation

0
Vince Eisenson and James Jager in CSC's current production of "The Two Gentlemen of Verona." Playing till March 17, 2013 at The Other Barn, 5851 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD. Photo by Teresa Castracane.
Vince Eisenson and James Jager in CSC’s current production of “The Two Gentlemen of Verona.” Playing till March 17, 2013 at The Other Barn, 5851 Robert Oliver Place, Columbia, MD. Photo by Teresa Castracane.

Big dramatic news for the Baltimore area’s third largest theater company, Chesapeake Shakespeare, which has received a hefty gift of $250,000 from the Abell Foundation “to help transform the landmark Mercantile Trust and Deposit Company building into a downtown theater,” according to Jean Thompson, communications manager for the company. What all will they do with these generous bucks? And how much more do they need to complete the vision?

Guides