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Dignity Players’ ART

Is your friend’s taste in art reason to sever ties? Dignity Players of Annapolis explore ties that bind and break in Yasmina Reza’s Tony Award-winning comedy ART. Playing Th-Sa Sept. 19-21 & 26-28 at 8pm; Su Sept. 22 at 3pm. at Dignity Players, Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis: $20 w/age and Th discount: 410-266-8044 x 127; www.dignityplayers.org. Read Davina Grace Hill’s exclusive Bay Weekly review.

Dignity Players’ ART

Is your friend’s taste in art reason to sever ties? Dignity Players of Annapolis explore ties that bind and break in Yasmina Reza’s Tony Award-winning comedy ART. Playing Th-Sa Sept. 19-21 & 26-28 at 8pm; Su Sept. 22 at 3pm. at Dignity Players, Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis: $20 w/age and Th discount: 410-266-8044 x 127; www.dignityplayers.org. Read Davina Grace Hill’s exclusive Bay Weekly review.

Prince George’s 20th Century

Larger-than-life theater producer Oscar Jaffe finds that the movie star he promoted for Broadway stardom years earlier is on board the same train as he. He tries to lure her away from Hollywood (and her new love interest) to save his floundering career. Other passengers on the train provide comic subplots for a screwball comedy set in the 1930s. Playing F & Sa 8pm, Su 2pm thru Sept. 15 at Bowie Playhouse, White Marsh Park, Bowie. $20 w/age discounts; rsvp: 301-937-7458; www.pglt.org.

Comedy in the Courtyard

“With dinner and drinks, Comedy in the Courtyard is your ticket to fun,” writes Bay Weekly reviewer Jane Elkin of Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s fast, frivolous and fun update of Molière’s black comedy Tartuffe, outdoors every Tuesday thru Oct. 1. Read full review at www.bayweekly.com. Special menu and drinks priced separately. Doors open at 6pm; 7:30pm performance at Reynolds Tavern courtyard, Church Circle, Annapolis. $12: 410-295-9555; www.reynoldstavern.org.

Comedy in the Courtyard

“With dinner and drinks, Comedy in the Courtyard is your ticket to fun,” writes Bay Weekly reviewer Jane Elkin of Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s fast, frivolous and fun update of Molière’s black comedy Tartuffe, outdoors every Tuesday thru Oct. 1. Read full review at www.bayweekly.com. Special menu and drinks priced separately. Doors open at 6pm; 7:30pm performance at Reynolds Tavern courtyard, Church Circle, Annapolis. $12: 410-295-9555; www.reynoldstavern.org.

Comedy in the Courtyard

“With dinner and drinks, Comedy in the Courtyard is your ticket to fun,” writes Bay Weekly reviewer Jane Elkin of Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s fast, frivolous and fun update of Molière’s black comedy Tartuffe, outdoors every Tuesday thru Oct. 1. Read full review at www.bayweekly.com. Special menu and drinks priced separately. Doors open at 6pm; 7:30pm performance at Reynolds Tavern courtyard, Church Circle, Annapolis. $12: 410-295-9555; www.reynoldstavern.org.

Colonial Players presents 'Communicating Doors'

Event Date:  September 22, 2013 - 2:00pm - 4:30pm Colonial Players opens its 65th season with an intriguing comic mystery by Britain’s master of farce, Alan Ayckbourn. The action takes place in the same suite of hotel rooms in 2014, 1994 and 1974. A young woman, a timid professional dominatrix, inadvertently redirects her fate when an old man begs her to be a witness and courier. She must sign and deliver his confession of terrible past deeds - the murders of his first and second wives among them - to his lawyers before he dies. Location Colonial Players of Annapolis 108 East Street Annapolis, MD 21401 United States See map: Google Maps

Open Auditions

Audition for Bowie Community Theatre’s The Cover of Life, which shows from Nov. 8 thru 24. Auditions continue Sept. 10. Register at 6:30pm at the theater’s new offices, Kenhill Center Suite 111, Bowie: vicepresident@bctheatre.com; www.bctheatre.com.

Prince George’s 20th Century

Larger-than-life theater producer Oscar Jaffe finds that the movie star he promoted for Broadway stardom years earlier is on board the same train as he. He tries to lure her away from Hollywood (and her new love interest) to save his floundering career. Other passengers on the train provide comic subplots for a screwball comedy set in the 1930s. Playing F & Sa 8pm, Su 2pm thru Sept. 15 at Bowie Playhouse, White Marsh Park, Bowie. $20 w/age discounts; rsvp: 301-937-7458; www.pglt.org.

Prince George’s 20th Century

Larger-than-life theater producer Oscar Jaffe finds that the movie star he promoted for Broadway stardom years earlier is on board the same train as he. He tries to lure her away from Hollywood (and her new love interest) to save his floundering career. Other passengers on the train provide comic subplots for a screwball comedy set in the 1930s. Playing F & Sa 8pm, Su 2pm thru Sept. 15 at Bowie Playhouse, White Marsh Park, Bowie. $20 w/age discounts; rsvp: 301-937-7458; www.pglt.org.