Fall Stage Highlights
Chiffon, Pulse, Breaking the Code, and more
Published: August 29, 2012
Pulse, at the Theatre Project Sept. 7-16, brings together eight strangers and assorted aerial apparatus to explore what it means to live in the world today.
An Enemy of the People, written by Arthur Miller and directed by Kwame Kwei-Armah, at Center Stage Sept. 19- Oct. 21, pits two brothers against one another.
Drunk Enough To Say I Love You, by Caryl Churchill, at the Single Carrot Theatre Sept. 19-Oct. 21, investigates America’s political entanglements with global culture.
Breaking the Code, by Hugh Whitemore, at the Performance Workshop Theatre Sept. 28-Oct. 28, presents the story of Alan Turing, the gay father of modern computing.
Heroes, by Gerald Sibleyras, translated by Tom Stoppard, at Everyman Theatre Oct. 24-Dec. 2, is the comedic tale of three aging World War I vets trying to escape from a military retirement home.
Chase O’Hara and Amy Reid, of the band Chiffon, have been hard at work, polishing their intergalactic romance tunes and getting ready to go on tour. We chatted in their practice space, played with autotune, and talked about art farts. (Jasmine Sarp)
City Paper: What do you like about fall?
Amy Reid: Free Fall Baltimore. And I like going to local farms and going to pumpkin patches and all that fun stuff.
CP: What are you excited for?
Chase O’Hara: I’m excited for the sci-fi show at Open Space on Sept. 8 and for it to not be so hot, because I hate how hot it is. It’s gross. I’m excited for playing our other shows in September too.