The Thaumaturgy Department

(It's dramaturgy, not thaumaturgy.)

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thaumaturg
Main Entry: thau·ma·turg
Pronunciation: \ˈthȯ-mə-ˌtərj\
Function: noun
Etymology: French, from New Latin thaumaturgus, from Greek thaumatourgos working miracles, from thaumat-, thauma miracle + ergon work — more at Theater, Work

2013-2014 Season:
Animal Crackers
Dance of the Holy Ghosts
A Civil War Christmas
Stones in His Pockets
Twelfth Night
Vanya Sonya Masha and Spike
Wild with Happy
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The official blog of the Dramaturgy Department at Baltimore's CENTERSTAGE. For posts related to our current and upcoming shows, click the links to the right. Alternatively, you could begin at the beginning, and explore our posts in chronological order.

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Another Pub Lab… Get Your Poe On!

Here comes another one, all Poe and just in time for Halloween.

Pub Lab: Single Carrot Theatre’s The Poe Project

Sunday, November 4th, 7pm, Liam Flynn’s Ale House 22 W. North Ave

Single Carrot Theatre’s The Poe Project is an interactive new work derived from the writings of Edgar Allan Poe. This is a unique performance opportunity for the audience to interact with artists and each other, while exploring the reaches of Poe’s indelible poetry and prose.

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sabinessyllabub:

Getting our Twilight Zone on…howl if you like it!

sabinessyllabub:

Getting our Twilight Zone on…howl if you like it!



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beer goggles at twilight

here are the drinking rules for mon 7p free live/participatory TWILIGHT ZONE pub lab:
1.Drink whenever a character screams or howls.
2.Drink when you sing the Twilight Zone theme song.
3.Finish your drink if evil prevails.
Serling Special (Expert Drinkers Only): Drink every time there’s a close up.
word is they have an amazing pumpkin beer…
7pm Mon 10/15, liam’s 22 w north ave



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Return of the Living Pub Lab

you may recall our McDonagh pub labs last spring? well, the concept is back and bigger than ever. this coming monday, it’s coming to life on north ave in balto! come and join us, jump in or just drink along.

The Twilight Zone: It’s Alive!
October 15th, 7pm
Liam Flynn’s Alehouse, 22 W. North Ave, Baltimore
CENTERSTAGE explores the strange, creepy, and culturally pervasive world of The Twilight Zone through live readings of touchstone episodes. Join us, and join in: read a role, add sound effects, or follow along with our special Twilight Zone drinking game. You won’t want to miss this surreal, silly, surprising night of stories from the sixth dimension. 100% free theater (bar tab is on you though).



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Love theater? Love beer? Put ‘em together!

Pub Events: CENTERSTAGE and Baltimore Open Theatre are joining forces and creating a platform for Baltimore performing artists to showcase, workshop, and explore new artistic ideas—beer in hand.

These events will be hosted at Liam Flynn’s Ale House, 22 W. North Avenue, and are free and open to the public. No tickets are necessary, but please arrive a bit early to buy a beverage and snag a primo seat.

On April 22, at 7 pm, UnSaddest Factory presents a reading of A Day By Yourself by Lola Pierson, which follows two women as they formulate the often arbitrary boundaries between secrets, sentimentality, and intimacy. Based on actual events in the lives of the actors in the show, A Day By Yourself explores what it means to be present in one’s own life. Probably you will cry, but only if you’ve ever made a terrible decision. This exciting new play features Sophie Hinderberger, Naomi Kline, Cricket Arrison, Sarah Lloyd, and Jessie Hughes.



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Well, with Second City back in the house with Charmed & Dangerous, digging into all things Baltimore, this seems perfect.

Well, with Second City back in the house with Charmed & Dangerous, digging into all things Baltimore, this seems perfect.

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Tags | baltimore | beer | eats | food | review

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Do writers really drink?
Second City scribe Tim Sniffen carefully examines some of Baltimore’s hometown product. All in the name of research, of course.

Do writers really drink?

Second City scribe Tim Sniffen carefully examines some of Baltimore’s hometown product. All in the name of research, of course.



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Just to be clear: “Cheap Ass Beer” guy is in front of “The Bullpen,” which is between Pickles and Sliders. This guy’s name is Josh. He is nice. Comment made apropos of this image, added here: http://baltiamore.tumblr.com/post/7044573647/cheap-ass-beer-in-front-pickles-before-an-os (via baltiamore)


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In honor of tomorrow night’s trip to take our Second City writers to Camden Yards for O’s vs. Cards, this delightful image:

“Cheap Ass Beer” In front [of] Pickles before an O’s game
reblogged from baltiamore

In honor of tomorrow night’s trip to take our Second City writers to Camden Yards for O’s vs. Cards, this delightful image:

“Cheap Ass Beer” In front [of] Pickles before an O’s game

reblogged from baltiamore



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