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Artscape Stage Highlights

My Brother’s Keeper, Diary of a M.I.L.F., Pop Art in Action, and more.

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Artscape 2012 Coverage
  • King of the Road Jim Lucio brings the wonders of the open road to this year’s Artscape | 7/18/2012
  • National Parking Garage Artists transform Station North garage into a national park for Artscape | 7/18/2012
  • Red Tape Local horror filmmakers Chris LaMartina and Jimmy George bring their celebration of VHS’s idiosyncratic qualities to Artscape | 7/18/2012
  • Artscape Gallery Guide Artscape has so many satellite galleries you could spend the whole weekend running from one to the next. View the works of artists from all over the world at Area 405, with their exhibit Go West. They’re featuring artists from France, Finland, Germany, Sc | 7/18/2012
  • Artscape Music Not to Miss Ratscape, Rebirth Brass Band, Black Joe Lewis and the Honeybears, and more | 7/18/2012
  • Artscape Stage Highlights My Brother’s Keeper, Diary of a M.I.L.F., Pop Art in Action, and more. | 7/18/2012
  • Artscape Eats Immutable truths about Artscape: 1. Hot as balls, 2. Crowded as fuck, 3. Chicken on a stick. | 7/18/2012
  • A Guide to Drinking at Artscape Drinking at Artscape can be dangerous. Both the heat and crowds can be crushing—which is why drinking at Artscape can also be necessary. You can get the vendors’ $12 raspberry colada smoothie and drink it walking around in the sun, but your best bet is to t | 7/18/2012

Friday Theatre Project kicks things off at 12 P.M. with Zionward Productions’ My Brother’s Keeper.

At 4 P.M., comedian Meshelle redefines M.I.L.F., making it much tamer (Mom I’d Love to Follow) in Diary of a M.I.L.F.

At 6:30 P.M., the Arena Players put on Driving Miss Daisy.

Saturday brings Deep Vision Dance Company and the Collective to Theatre Project for a 4 P.M. showing of Pop Art in Action.

At 6:30, Black Cherry Puppet Theater is throwing a Puppet Slamwich, an act far stranger than your standard kids’ puppet show.

Over at the Brown Center, Opera of Baltimore is switching out Seville for 1950s’ Baltimore in The Barber of Baltimore for two shows, at 2 P.M. and 5 P.M.

Sunday wraps things up with five shows at Theatre Project, including Aubergine Belly Dance’s 12 P.M. showing of the fairy tale, The Ugly Goblin, and David London’s 6 P.M. Magic Outside the Box cabaret show.

Squonk Opera will parade through the streets four times a day (12 P.M., 2 P.M., 4 P.M., and 6 P.M.) with GO Roadshow.

And catch Street Theater all day, every day, on the steps of MICA’s Main Building.

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