The Normal Heart at Hard Bargain, June 25

The Normal Heart at Hard Bargain, June 25

THE NORMAL HEART
By Larry Kramer
Special One Night Only Performance
Benefiting the It’s All About the Love Scholarship and the American Foundation for AIDS Research
Directed by Matt Jameson
Sunday, June 25, 2017 at 7:00pm

Location: Hard Bargain Players

A special one-night-only benefit performance of a largely autobiographical play about the rise of the HIV/AIDS crisis in New York City. Some will be familiar with the story from the TV film of the same name.

Tickets for Hard Bargain Players performances are $12 for adults, $10 for students, seniors and members of the Alice Ferguson Foundation.

To reserve tickets, click here.

Wolf Pack presents Forsaken Angels at First Baptist Church of Hyattsville, Jun 8-24

Wolf Pack presents Forsaken Angels at First Baptist Church of Hyattsville, Jun 8-24

Wolf Pack Theatre Company presents:
Forsaken Angels
By William Leary

Forsaken Angels is a story of sexual trafficking.

June 8 – 24, 2017
June 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 22, 23, 24 at 8pm each night.

Parental Advisory: Forsaken Angels has strong, coarse language, sexual situations and graphic violence. Not appropriate for younger viewers.

Wolf Pack Theatre Company at First Baptist Church of Hyattsville
Location: 5701 42nd Avenue, Hyattsville MD 20781

Tickets: $20 Adults, $15 Senior, Student or Military. Buy Tickets here. Reservations: dean912@live.com or call 240-271-5471.

A Soldier’s Play by Dematha High School at the Bowie CPA, May 19-21

A Soldier’s Play by Dematha High School at the Bowie CPA, May 19-21

Dematha High School Players present
A Soldier’s Play
By Charles Fuller

Friday, May 19, 2017 at 8:00pm
Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 8:00pm
Sunday, May 21, 2017 at 7:00pm

Location: DeMatha Catholic High School performing at the Bowie Center for the Performing Arts.

There’s a Stranger in My House at the Bowie CPA, May 13 at 3pm

There’s a Stranger in My House at the Bowie CPA, May 13

Vernon Williams Presents
There’s a Stranger in My House

Sat May 13, 2017 at 3pm

Location: Bowie Center for the Performing Arts.

Fighting the temptations of the single life will finally be put to rest when Sheila, an un-happily married woman fulfills her strong desire to be alone and part with Nathan, her loving husband of thirteen years. Through-out Sheila’s pursuit for freedom she realizes that her marital issues aren’t half the drama that she has made it out to be after being exposed to the other couples deeper troubles!! There’s A Stranger In My House is a hilariously remarkable fresh stage play that reveals how devotion, strength, and hard work are must haves to maintain the “I DO’s” in damaged Marriages.

Vernon Williams Presents
Organizer of THERE’S A STRANGER IN MY HOUSE – STAGE PLAY
Vernon Williams III is a Playwright, Producer, and Director extraordinaire. Driven by his credo, “Don’t wait, create!” Vernon’s faith, grit, and passion for the Arts fuel the creativity that puts his genius in demand. As Founder and CEO of The Williams Entertainment Group, LLC, his mission is to create innovative and relevant productions that embody timeless theatrical style and character. Whether he is on stage or in the Director’s seat, Vernon is undoubtedly in his element. And it is this element of purpose and destiny that captivates, encourages and inspires audiences across the nation.

Tickets $20 to $50, available here.

Tunnel Vision at Venus Theatre, May 11-Jun 4

Tunnel Vision at Venus Theatre, May 11-June 4

TUNNEL VISION
By Andrea Lepcio

May 11 – June 4, 2017
Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays at 8pm; Saturdays and Sundays at 3pm.

Location: Venus Theatre.

A multi-layered celebration of the Feminine, TUNNEL VISION is ultimately a journey of acceptance and redemption, played out in a non-traditional theatre space from which truth, purpose and love unexpectedly emerge. Key to the action is the live construction of a sculptural art installation. Two female characters enter an unidentified space. It is unfamiliar to them and they are unfamiliar with each other. Unsure how they got here, they quickly find themselves “stuck” in this liminal space. The two struggle to maintain their composure –anything to avoid confronting the circumstances that lie beneath their arrival at this “place” or admit their burgeoning attraction to each other. The play considers many of the daily challenges women face as well as those issues that are, typically, solely female: the struggle to balance motherhood with the desire to have a career, the stigma that comes with not choosing the traditional path assigned our gender, the hypercritical judgment we place on ourselves in comparison to our female peers, the difficulty we find in truly loving ourselves, and the fear that sometimes comes in loving each other. TUNNEL VISION is ultimately a journey of acceptance and redemption, from which truth, purpose and love unexpectedly emerge.

Tickets are $40 or $20 for Friend of Venus. Buy tickets here.