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MYTHS, MONSTERS AND LEGENDS:

THE 2013-2014 SEASON

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Apartment 213

Conceived and Written by Joseph W. Ritsch

Directed by Stephen Nunns

at Baltimore Theatre Project, 45 West Preston St, Baltimore, MD

Friday, Sept 27 – Pay What You Can Preview @ 8pm

Saturday, Sept 28 – Opening Night @ 8pm

Thursday – Saturday, Oct 3 – 5 @ 8pm

Sunday Oct 6 @ 7pm – Free Fall Baltimore Performance

Wednesday – Saturday, Oct 9 – 12 @ 8pm

In the summer of 1991, a hideous killing spree ended with the arrest and conviction of a reclusive Milwaukee chocolate factory worker named Jeffrey Dahmer.  Apartment 213 takes us into this infamous home via a dream-like world, where time and space have no boundaries.  A world where light, sound, video, dance, song, and text collide to propel us inside the thoughts and emotions of a so-called “monster”.

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Conceived by Steven J. Satta-Fleming

with original work by:  Rich Espey, Megan Gogerty, Mara Neimanis, Steven J. Satta-Fleming and Daniel Talbott

at Baltimore Theatre Project, 45 W. Preston St, Baltimore, MD

Friday, Mar 21 – Pay What You Can Preview @8pm

Saturday, Mar 22 – Opening Night @ 8pm

Thursday, Mar 27 – Saturday, Mar 29 @ 8pm

Wednesday, Apr 2 – Saturday, Apr 5 @ 8pm

Edgar Allen Poe gets re-oriented in a series of short works adapted from and inspired by the Baltimore Literary Legend.  Iron Crow takes on the challenge of “queering” Poe in erotic and outrageous ways with the help of our friends.  The evening will feature an ensemble-created work by Artistic Director Steven J. Satta-Fleming, a co-creation with Mara Neimanis of In-Flight Theatre, and new pieces by Daniel Talbott (author of Slipping), Megan Gogerty (author of Bad Panda), and Rich Espey (author of The Rainbow Plays)

 

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BAREBACK INK

Written by Bob Bartlett

Directed by Ryan Clark

at the Swirnow Theatre, Mattin Center for the Arts, Johns Hopkins University, (corner of Charles and 33rd Streets)

Friday, May 30 – Pay What You Can Preview @ 8pm

Saturday, May 31 – Opening Night @ 8pm

Thursday, Jun 5 – Saturday, Jun 7 @ 8pm

Sunday, Jun 8 @ 7pm

Wednesday, Jun 11 – Saturday, Jun 14 @ 8pm

A mysterious, powerful man commissions an isolated and withdrawn tattoo artist to create a large work of “ink” on the back of his beautiful, restless boy-toy.  Greek mythology serves as inspiration for this modern, erotic tale of desire and possession.  An earlier version of this piece was seen at the Capitol Fringe and the Edinburgh Fringe in 2012.  Now playwright Bob Bartlett teams up with Iron Crow to workshop the play and take it to even more dangerous places.