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We’re all for kicking the classics on their ass, re-imagining theater, aka rethinking the work of dead old white guys. It’s why we’re thrilled that from now until June 30 there are free performances of Romeo and Juliet at Area 405 produced by Baltimore Performance Kitchen with support from Single Carrot Theatre.
Set simultaneously in 1913 and 2013, this romantic and tragic classic now looks at the life of a building, block, neighborhood, and city. The talented cast includes LOVE the poet, first-timers, professionals, and individuals who live and work in the Station North area.
Performances are outdoors at Area 405 (405 E. Oliver Street) in Baltimore’s Station North Arts & Entertainment District. In the case of rain, it takes place inside.
Live In Color – Emelda