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Baltimore Humane Society Black Tie & Tails Gala @ The Grand Lodge
Mar 17 @ 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Support the animals at Baltimore Humane Society by attending this can’t-miss black tie gala event. The evening, hosted by WMAR-TV ABC2 News anchor, Jamie Costello, will feature an elegant seated dinner catered by Santoni’s, Graul’s dessert, open bar, live music by The Big Band Theory, dancing, magic by William Gross, pet fashion parade, silent auction, live auction, Bark! Store goody bags, and many more surprises! All funds raised from Black Tie & Tails support the care of animals at our no-kill shelter.

Cris Jacobs @ Rams Head On Stage
Mar 17 @ 8:00 pm

Baltimore-based singer-songwriter Cris Jacobs combines bluegrass, folk, funk, country, blues, soul and rock. This is a 21 and over only show.

Salon Series: Women’s Voices @ Everyman Theatre
Mar 19 @ 6:00 pm

Warm up your winter with this series of dynamic play readings (with cocktails!) curated and directed by the women of Everyman Theatre’s Resident Acting Company (Dawn Ursula, Beth Hylton, Deborah Hazlett and Megan Anderson) in the rehearsal hall.

Cocktail hour (cash bar): 6 p.m.

Reading: 7 p.m., followed by post-show cocktails

Here’s the scheduled (subject to change):

Feb. 5 — “Sweat,” by Lynn Nottage

Feb. 19 — “Cry it Out,” by Molly Smith Metzler

March 5 — “Dead and Breathing,” by Chisa Hutchinson

March 19 — “The Cake,” Bekah Burnstetter

April 2 — “The Moors,” Jen Silverman

Docs from the Docks @ Brown Advisory
Mar 20 @ 6:30 pm

Enjoy free film screenings of environmental documentaries with snacks from MOM’s and a panel discussion following each film.

The schedule is as follows:

Jan. 23 — “An Inconvenient Sequel”

Feb. 20 — “A Plastic Ocean”

March 20 — “Ocean Cities”

Everyman at the Parkway @ The Parkway Theatre
Mar 20 @ 7:00 pm

This six-part guest-hosted screening series hopes to merge audiences and art forms while bringing influential films to the screen. Each film/play pairing is intended to inspore conversation and draw connections between the material presented both on stage and on screen. All films are introduced and accompanied by a post-screening discussion by an Everyman Theatre artist.

Here’s the schedule:

Feb. 6 — “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” to pair with “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” with director Donald Hicken

March 20 — “Big Night” to pair with “Aubergine” with director Vincent M. Lancisi

May 15 — “Ivan’s Childhood” to pair with “The Book of Joseph” with director Noah Himmelstein