Donald Kennedy in PINOCCHIO’s BIRTHDAY PARTY: A One-Man Theatre Piece for Grownups With Special Guest Star Soprano Sara Stewart
May 12, 2010 at 7:30 pm
You’ll be totally enraptured by this brand-new theatrical take on the classic Tuscan tale of Pinocchio. Far beyond his early cricket-haunted days, Pinocchio has grown a little older. (Well, quite a bit older, really.) And it’s his birthday. Pinocchio wants to celebrate on a special evening with a few old friends like you. Yes, you’re invited! Recapture the magic and join us for this funny, charming and touching one-man theatre piece, just for adults. Pinocchio’s Birthday Party features Donald Kennedy, Artistic Director of Four Rivers Theatre Studio, with occasional guest performers rounding out the gathering.
TONIGHT SPECIAL GUEST SARA STEWART PERFORMS IN ONE OF HER FINAL BALTIMORE APPEARANCES BEFORE SHE LEAVES FOR HER ENGAGEMENT WITH THE METROPOLITAN OPERA IN NEW YORK CITY!
Branda Lock and Madeleine Russell in “Carol & Julie Inspired” May 13, 2010 at 7:30 pm
Two marvelous comedic actors, Branda Lock and Madeleine Russell, perform in a show dedicated to the duet comedians who continue to inspire them: Carol Burnette and Julie Andrews. In preparing for this cabaret, Lock and Russell have researched the famous duet’s Carnegie Hall and Lincoln center shows from the 50’s, 60’s & 70’s. Join them in a tribute to laughter!
“Lock with her languishing, contortionist body…has all of the comedic talent and ‘takes’ of a Carole Burnett.” Bob Anthony of allartsreview4u.com
Edward J. Peters in “I Can Dream, Can’t I?” May 14, 2010 at 7:30 pm / May 15, 2010 at 7:30 pm
The acclaimed actor, Edward J. Peters, returns to the Cabaret at Germano’s with his original cabaret, “I Can Dream, Can’t I?” , a selection of contemporary songs, standards,and Broadway show tunes centering around people, places and things we think of or dream about.
“…a riveting performance” John Barry, Baltimore City Paper
“Most impressive …is Edward J. Peters who… fills the room with his booming baritone….” Brad Hathaway, Potomac Stages
Germano’s Trattoria — 300 South High Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202, 410.752.4515