A WWII Radio Christmas at Laurel Mill Playhouse, Dec 17-19, In Person

A WWII Radio Christmas at Laurel Mill Playhouse, Dec 17-19, In Person

Laurel Mill Playhouse presents
World War II Radio Christmas
by Pat Kruis Tellinghusen

December 17 – 19, 2021
Friday, December 17th at 8pm
Saturday, December 18th at 2pm
Saturday, December 18th at 8pm
Sunday, December 19th at 2pm
Sunday, December 19th at 8pm

Location: Laurel Mill Playhouse

Laurel Mill Playhouse, located at 508 Main Street in historic Laurel, MD., is proud to present World War II Radio Christmas by Pat Kruis Tellinghusen presented by special arrangement with Playscripts. Directed by Michael Hartsfield and produced by Maureen Rogers, this radio play opens Friday, December 17, 2021 and will be just for one weekend only.

This moving holiday show recreates the experience of attending a recording of a 1940s radio show broadcast on Christmas Eve during World War II. Using period songs and stories inspired by actual veterans, World War II Radio Christmas transports the audience to another time, brought to you by such generous sponsors as Vaseline Hair Tonic and Ipana Toothpaste. An inspiring look at strength in the face of hardship, this play is a reminder of the importance of coming together for the holidays. – Playscripts

Tickets must be purchased in advance. No walk ins. If you are part of a group, please have one member of your party purchase tickets for the whole group so that we may sit you together.

Patrons must be fully vaccinated and bring identification and their vaccination card. Masks must be worn when in the building.

Tickets are priced at only $10 each for everyone as part of our Welcome Back Christmas Special. For further information, please call 301-617-9906, or contact Maureen Rogers at maureencrogers@gmail.com or 301-452-2557.

Buy tickets here.

A Raisin in the Sun at Prince George’s Community College, Nov 30, In Person

A Raisin in the Sun at Prince George’s Community College, Nov 30, In Person

A Raisin in the Sun
by Lorraine Hansberry

Tuesday, November 30, 2021 at 5:00 PM

Location: Prince George’s Community College, In Person.

The members of the Younger family dream bigger than the small house where they live on the south side of Chicago in the 1950s. When their deceased father’s insurance money comes through, those dreams might actually become reality.

Mask policy: In accordance with the College, event attendees and visitors must wear masks at all times while in the Center for Performing Arts. For additional information about our health and safety policies, visit pgcc.edu.

Tickets, pay what you wish: $15 to $45 here.

Pipeline at Bowie State University, Nov 19 & 20, In Person

Pipeline at Bowie State University, Nov 19 & 20, In Person

Bowie State University presents:
Pipeline by Dominique Morisseau

Friday, November 19, 2021 at 7:30pm
Saturday, November 20, 2021 at 7:30pm

Fine and Performing Arts Center, Black Box Theatre, Bowie State University, in person.

Pipeline by Dominique Morisseau delves into the all-to-real challenges of students caught in America’s broken education system which actively works against disinvested communities and students of color. Marking BSU Theatre’s re-emergence of live, in-person performance, this BSU Theatre production places audiences directly into the space where the drama happens – surrounded by the gates and walls that seem to confine the learner rather than foster growth. Pipeline’s directing team is led by graduating senior Sahira Parker, who shares this story of a mother’s immeasurable love, and whose resilience, patience and strength become the only protection and support for her son.

Free in-person performance, reservations required. Click here.

Contact: Elena Velasco, Email: evelasco@bowiestate.edu, Phone: 3018603750

Hookman at Clarice Smith, Nov 13-21, In person

Hookman at Clarice Smith, Nov 13-21, In person

By Lauren Yee
Nathaniel P. Claridad ’04, director
November 13-21, 2021
Sat, Nov 13, 2021 . 07:30PM
Sun, Nov 14, 2021 . 02:00PM
Sun, Nov 14, 2021 . 07:30PM
Wed, Nov 17, 2021 . 07:30PM
Thu, Nov 18, 2021 . 07:30PM
Fri, Nov 19, 2021 . 07:30PM
Sun, Nov 21, 2021 . 02:00PM

Venue: Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center. In Person.

In what playwright Lauren Yee describes as an “existential slasher comedy,” Hookman tells the story of Lexi, a college freshman who is haunted by the sudden death of her childhood best friend—all while navigating the pressures of being a young woman entering adulthood. The production brings the horror film genre to the stage, inviting audiences to explore themes of grief, trauma and guilt in an up close and personal way.

“Yee’s skill in crafting all the conversations is the great gift of her ‘Hookman,’ and not just for the character-specific comedy and deft social and generational satire packed within them. Beneath all the laughs is a yearning quest for connection and self-definition, struggling to break through the distractions of youth and digital immersion.” — Robert Hurwitt, SFGATE

Health + Safety: There may be COVID safety policies such as mask requirements in place when you attend this event. Please see our health & safety page for the most up to date information about attendance!

Tickets: Pay what you wish, suggested price: $20 Regular, $10 Student. Click here.

Off the Quill presents Frankenstein, Audio Recording Online

Off the Quill presents Frankenstein, Audio Recording Online

Off the Quill presents:

Listen to Off the Quill, On the Air, with our adaptation of Frankenstein, newly updated and recorded, for audio distribution!

Posted October 31, 2021

Location: Online. Click here to listen.

For more information click here.

Tickets: free online recorded audio performance