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‘Pink Milk’ offers a full sensory experience and fitting end to Single Carrot’s Remington home

Mohammad R. Suaidi, left, as Alan Turing in “Pink Milk.” Image via Single Carrot Theatre.

With “Pink Milk,” Single Carrot Theatre takes full advantage of its final show in the company’s 6,000 square-foot space. Technicolor lighting (by Cheryl J. Williams) splashes across a white set (designed by Allison Campbell) with peekaboo openings creatively used by actors.

The script’s writer, Chicago-based playwright and composer Ariel Zetina, even contributed a new electronica, synth-heavy score that bumps almost nonstop through the production. It’s a Times Square-level sensory experience.

Single Carrot Theatre to leave Remington, focus on site-specific plays around the city

Photo by Brandon Weigel

After five years of calling Remington home, Single Carrot Theatre is planning to leave its N. Howard Street space, and the next time you see the experimental troupe perform, it may be in someone’s house, an old church or unleased commercial space.

Q&A: The creators of ‘Putin On Ice’ discuss Russian history, theater as protest and the ‘Putin in us’

Photo by Britt Olsen-Ecker.

Playwright Lola B. Pierson and director Yury Urnov are adamant that their new show has nothing to do with news items about Vladimir Putin or Donald Trump, is not a part of the #resistance, is not even about Putin, really.

Single Carrot Theatre Ends Season with Blast From the Past

Single Carrot Theater (via Baltimore Green Map)
Single Carrot Theater (via Baltimore Green Map)

catch of the day fish (2)On Sunday, dressing in costume at the Single Carrot Theatre won’t be limited to the cast. The theatre is throwing a party to mark the end of its latest season, and everyone is encouraged to dress up as their favorite historical figures.