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Be There!

Looking for something fun or interesting to do this month? Check out these offerings from around the community:

 

Oct
19
Thu
Shakespeare in Love @ Center Stage
Oct 19 – Nov 26 all-day

Appropriate for all ages, Lee Hall’s adaptation of the Academy Award-winning film maintains the wit, charms, and tenderness of the movie. Written in a recognizably Shakespearean style, the play depicts an imaginary love story between William Shakespeare and Viola de Lesseps; a love story that supposedly served as the Bard’s inspiration for “Romeo and Juliet.” Based on the screenplay by Marc Norman and Tom Stoppard and directed by Blake Robinson.

Oct
25
Wed
Julius Caesar @ Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Theater
Oct 25 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 26 @ 3:00 pm

This fall, the company presents one of history’s most gripping political thrillers. Directed by Michael Tolaydo, Shakespeare’s bleak and prescient portrait of tyranny, intrigue and resistance is sure to captivate present-day audiences.--Xandra Ellin

Check website for ticket prices and showtimes.

Oct
26
Thu
Julius Caesar @ Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Theater
Oct 26 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 27 @ 3:00 pm

This fall, the company presents one of history’s most gripping political thrillers. Directed by Michael Tolaydo, Shakespeare’s bleak and prescient portrait of tyranny, intrigue and resistance is sure to captivate present-day audiences.--Xandra Ellin

Check website for ticket prices and showtimes.

Oct
27
Fri
Julius Caesar @ Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Theater
Oct 27 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 28 @ 3:00 pm

This fall, the company presents one of history’s most gripping political thrillers. Directed by Michael Tolaydo, Shakespeare’s bleak and prescient portrait of tyranny, intrigue and resistance is sure to captivate present-day audiences.--Xandra Ellin

Check website for ticket prices and showtimes.

Oct
28
Sat
Julius Caesar @ Chesapeake Shakespeare Company Theater
Oct 28 @ 8:00 pm – Nov 29 @ 3:00 pm

This fall, the company presents one of history’s most gripping political thrillers. Directed by Michael Tolaydo, Shakespeare’s bleak and prescient portrait of tyranny, intrigue and resistance is sure to captivate present-day audiences.--Xandra Ellin

Check website for ticket prices and showtimes.

Nov
25
Sat
All Good Presents.. Keller Williams’ Thanksforgrassgiving @ 930
Nov 25 @ 8:00 pm

All Good presents…
Keller Williams’ Thanksforgrassgiving
featuring Larry & Jenny Keel, Jeremy Garrett, Danny Barnes, and Jay Starling
w/ Keller Williams Solo Opening Set
#Keller930

Baltimore Plays: Songs from ‘The Wiz’ @ Creative Alliance
Nov 25 @ 8:00 pm

Baltimore musicians ease on down to “The Wiz,” the classic 1970s soulful interpretation of “The Wizard of Oz.” Musicians Marc Evans & Black Root Underground featuring Ama Chandra, Jonathan Gilmore, J Pope, Shalanda Bond-Hansboro, QueenEarth and Wordslave perform.

Nov
26
Sun
Reception for Artist Suzi Galletti @ Gordon Center for Performing Arts
Nov 26 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Reception for Artist Suzi Galletti @ Gordon Center for Performing Arts | Owings Mills | Maryland | United States

Meet Baltimore architect and artist Suzi Galletti at a reception for her solo show, “Outside the Lines: The art of Suzi Galletti.” The exhibit of large-format acrylic abstract art will be in the Joseph & Rebecca Meyerhoff Gallery. A concert by Boston Brass at 3 p.m. follows the reception.

Boston Brass @ Gordon Center for Performing Arts
Nov 26 @ 3:00 pm

For over 30 years, Boston Brass has set out to establish a one-of-a-kind musical experience. With its blend of jazz, classical music, humor, and heart, this fabulous quintet is guaranteed to captivate music lovers of all ages.

Nov
27
Mon
SPICE Series: A Taste of SPICE in the Evening @ Har Sinai Congregation
Nov 27 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
SPICE Series: A Taste of SPICE in the Evening @ Har Sinai Congregation | Owings Mills | Maryland | United States

Artist’s Beit Midrash: What Happened at Sinai?

A Beit Midrash is a place where Jews come together to study. An Artist’s Beit Midrash is an opportunity for people to explore Jewish sources, then, using artistic play and experimentation in a supportive environment, develop their own individual creative pieces out-of-the-text.
Our first Artist’s Beit Midrash will explore: What Happened at Sinai?
The Torah, Midrash and Jewish Literature are filled with imaginations: what happened at that magical moment when we were witnesses to the giving of Torah? The texts are mystical and profound. We will mine these beautiful narratives, examine their historical context, the thought process, the psychology and the images they evoke through our study of text. Participants will then further explore the story through their own imaginations. We will work collaboratively to support each other in creating our own art, music, writing, drama or other artistic creations that speak to the pinnacle moment that shaped Jewish peoplehood and infuse it with our own spirituality.
The works of our Beit Midrash, if participants are willing, will then be displayed at Har Sinai Congregation during the month of December.

Texts will be provided. Each “artist” will provide their own tools of choice.

Facilitated by Rabbi Linda Joseph, Senior Rabbi of Har Sinai Congregation.