Shakespeare in the City has decided to tackle politics. Not to worry, though, this one doesn’t include a twitterstorm or anything present day.
In the theater world, this is called a “review” — both this article and the performance planned this weekend and next at the Three Notch Theatre.
Dinnertime in the Jerome household might feel remarkably like dinner with your own family — everyone loudly vying to share their news of the day, a teenager that storms out of the room, and at least one kid hiding their liver under the mashed potatoes. The Newtowne Players’ current productio…
Soon the holiday bells will start ringing, so ride a sleigh down to Three Notch Theatre to see the festive and hilarious “Christmas Belles.” The holiday comedy, written by Jamie Wooten, Jessie Jones and Nicholas Hope, ratchets up the chaos and absurdity until it reaches an ending that will f…
Michael and Carrie Kline are perhaps best-known locally for her strong and endearing melodic singing and his high, tight harmonies as a duet performing Appalachian ballads and work songs.
Summerstock performers and St. Mary’s recreation and parks staff with this year’s production of “Mary Poppins” promise the show will be family friendly, and potentially inspire children with stars in their eyes to pursue their own passion in theater arts.
When entering the Three Notch Theatre these days, the air is electric. And it’s not solely due to the newly installed central air conditioning system. The energy and excitement of the cast and crew of The Newtowne Players’ production of “9 to 5, the Musical” is infectious.
The Newtowne Players will present “A Night on Broadway: Sight, Sound and Song,” starting Friday, May 11, through Sunday, May 20, at Three Notch Theatre in Lexington Park.
Spring is finally here as well as The Newtowne Players’ latest production of “God’s Favorite” written by celebrated playwright Neil Simon, and directed by Rick Thompson. The show opens Friday, April 6, and runs through April 22 at the Three Notch Theatre in Lexington Park.
The Newtowne Players are set to perform their 75th mainstage production starting Friday evening. It’s been 15 years since they first began performing, at the time in the basement of a local deli.
Playgoers can treat themselves this Halloween season to a show that shines more than scares. “Young Frankenstein,” presented by The Newtowne Players, runs today through Oct. 15 at Three Notch Theatre in Lexington Park.
The St. Mary's County Fair kicks off Thursday, Sept. 21, and continues through Sunday, Sept. 24, featuring agricultural displays, amusement rides, arts and crafts, a baby show and much more. For more information, visit www.smcfair.somd.com.
For those interested in environmental science, a Saturday, Sept. 9, open house to be hosted by the Chesapeake Biological Laboratory in Solomons may offer a peek into the work of scientists, and the environment they work in.
The Patuxent River Naval Air Museum is hosting Aerial Inspirations, a seven-week art exhibition, featuring 17 batiks on silk from artist Mary Edna Fraser.
If “a jest’s prosperity lies in the ear of him that hears it,” then prepare to be wealthy with laughter when “Love’s Labour’s Lost” comes to St. Mary’s City this month.
Start August off right with Leonardtown’s 15th annual Beach Party on the Square weekend. There will be plenty to do all over the town, so make sure to get flip-flops, swimsuit, beach towel and sunglasses ready.
The annual River Concert Series, hosted at St. Mary’s College of Maryland’s townhouse green overlooking the St. Mary’s River, wraps up this weekend with a two-day celebration on Friday, July 21, and Saturday, July 22.