Boronga Kazi (Doing the Job Badly) A Comedy of Cultures by George Holets directed by Barry Feinstein A young Tanzanian, en route to Houston to study economics, arrives at the Washington, D.C. bus terminal where his idealized notion of America quickly tarnishes. A blind lady who can see, a crooked cop, and a con game … Read more
11:00 am Lost Souls by Jerry Slaff directed by Miriam Bazensky A cold winter’s night brings Frank, a former lawyer and now rabbinic student, to a Spanish Harlem apartment to help the long-time residents stave off eviction. But when he’s invited for a Friday night dinner the centuries-old secrets he discovers will change all of … Read more
Ernest Sokal, an enthusiastic promoter of Baltimore theater and new works in the Baltimore Playwrights Festival, recently passed away this week after a long and full life. Ernest was the husband of Beverly Sokal, who was part of the Fells Point Theater when it became one of the founding members of BPF. When Fells Point … Read more
Two damaged strangers take shelter from an unknown menace in a relic from the Cold War. In the claustrophobic confines of a family bomb shelter, Anna and David will have to decide if what is outside is more terrifying than what they are hiding inside themselves. Laura King is an award-winning playwright and member of … Read more
Due to hazardous weather conditions, we have been forced to reschedule today’s 11 AM reading until after the New Year. We will update everyone as soon as we find a new date and time.