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Join Mixolo for A Fantastick(s) Brunch at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company May 21st

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Settle in for this time-honored musical, about a boy, a girl, and their scheming fathers after an exclusive Mixolo members-only brunch in the theater’s Parlor room. If bottomless mimosas and Bloody Marys  aren’t enough, a visit with special guests from the production should prep you for the show.

Mixolo- Free Website for Adults to Connect for Social Events; New Events Added!

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Mixolo, the Baltimore-born organization for cool social interaction, has just launched its website.

Mixolo is Live!

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Mixolo, the Baltimore-born organization for cool social interaction, has just launched its website.

Historic Read’s Drug Store to Become Spotlighters Theatre, If Approved by SRB

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The former Read’s drug store building at Howard and Lexington streets will become a new home for the Spotlighters Theatre, with an exhibit about the building’s civil rights history, if Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake approves a proposal submitted by Spotlighters.

The Exonerated at Vagabond Players Theater

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The Exonerated Theater

catch of the day fish (2)When The Exonerated debuted in New York, it was hailed as “The #1 play of the year…intense and deeply affecting,” by the New York Times. This makes sense, given the harrowing (and completely true) subject matter of the play: six death row inmates who are proven innocent before they are executed. The play is told in the words of those who lived this terrifying reality. It’s an incredible example of documentary theater at its finest—and through next weekend, you can still catch it at Vagabond Players.

Playwright Caridad Svich at Single Carrot Theatre

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Tropic of X

catch of the day fish (2)Baltimore gets plenty of recognition for its independent music scene and community of visual artists and small galleries. And the Maryland Film Festival and its programs keep the local independent film scene vibrant. But over the past few years, we’ve been struck by the tenacity with which the local theatre scene has taken root and grown tremendously. Single Carrot Theatre (named Best Local Theatre Company by the City Paper last year), has worked hard since its inception to bring the work of exciting contemporary playwrights to Baltimore—no mean feat when most professional theaters are only able to survive by producing the usual fare of Shakespeare, Rogers & Hammerstein, and the occasional Tennessee Williams. Case in point: this season’s The Tropic of X by OBIE award winner Caridad Svich, who will be present for talk-backs for this opening weekend.

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