Dylann Roof sentenced to death for Charleston Church massacre
An admitted white supremacist was sentenced to death Wednesday for killing nine black worshipers who'd invited him to study the Bible with them at a South Carolina church in 2015, ending a two-phase federal trial that exposed the killer's hate-fueled motives and plumbed the chasms of grief left by the victims' deaths.
The jury, the same that convicted Dylann Roof in the murders last month, announced its verdict after deliberating less than three hours.
Songs for a New World
Spotlighters Theatre presents the cast of Songs for a New World! Tickets www.spotlighters.org Nov 2 - Nov 25, 2018
THE INVISIBLE HAND at Olney Theatre Center
The reviews for The Invisible Hand at Olney Theatre Center! Follow the links for the full articles. *Washington Post, “As Bashir, Maboud Ebrahimzadeh purposefully sounds Pakistani by way of London, and he blends the character’s defensive ego with a savvy streak… you can almost hear the brain and the blood whir…” *MDTheatreGuide, “Maboud Ebrahimzadeh… gives a performance that can send chills down your spine—not so much for the rare instances of violence—but for the complete portrayal of a man so conflicted and so desperate to believe in the rightness of his cause that he practically vibrates at times.” *DCTheatreScene, “Maboud Ebrahimzadeh …
Single Carrot Theatre seeks to raise $55,000 by July 31 to stay afloat
Single Carrot Theatre, one of Baltimore's leading alternative troupes, has issued a plea to raise $55,000 by July 31 to handle "a critical shortfall that may mean the end" of the company.
Review: 'I Hate Hamlet' at Spotlighters Theatre
When attending a show whose premise is a “play within a play,” look around. All of those audience members who are cracking up at things that are going right over your head are theatre people, the term given to anyone who would spend their days, nights and eternity in a theatre. The challenge for any …