The Baltimore Bazaar Of The Bizarre

The Baltimore Bazaar Of The Bizarre

 

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Theatre Project presents
An Industrial-Strength Theater Production

“The Baltimore Bazaar Of The Bizarre”
5 Radio Plays Recorded and Performed Live!

Written by Tony Tsendeas and Mark Redfield

March 8 – 17

Theatre of the imagination! Join us for five tales of mayhem, murder, and mystery in Mobtown. Five radio plays set in Baltimore  performed and recorded LIVE!

The Baltimore Bazaar of the Bizarre audio dramas are:

~ FRANK, THE BODY SNATCHER

by Tony Tsendeas

In the 1830s, Baltimore was one of the first cities in America to establish medical schools, and doctors needed dead bodies for the students to dissect and study. And so they turned to ‘Resurrection Men’ like Frank for a steady, fresh, supply. This is his story…

~ EDGAR ALIEN POE

by Mark Redfield

Poe died in Baltimore in 1849. One of the poet’s last great works was “Eureka”, on the very nature of our universe…But did he write it? Somewhere in the wilds of Perry Hall, Maryland, a group discovers the truth the night a silver saucer crashes in their neighborhood…

~ NOW THAT'S FUNNY

By Tony Tsendeas

 

~ ONE NIGHT AT THE GRINDHOUSE

by Mark Redfield

For decades, Mobtown has long been notorious for “The Block” on Baltimore Street, a collection of sex shops, porn theaters, and ancient burlesque houses. What happens when two enterprising entrepreneurs decide to cut-out-the-middle-man and make their own films in 1968?  Why, murder, of course!

~ EVERY THEATRE HAS A GHOST

by Mark Redfield

It’s a fact that all theaters are haunted, and the Baltimore Theatre Project is no exception. But who puts on a better show in 2024? A traveling group of players opening a new play on Preston Street, or the spirits that haunt the theatre, and claim the opening night date for themselves?


Stage Manager Kris DiBastiani

Sound Engineer Bill Dickson

Original Music and Sound by Jennifer Rouse

Directed by Mark Redfield

The Cast includes: Tony Tsendeas, Jamie Virostko, Noah Silas, Amari Chambers, Julia Gayden Nelson, B. Thomas Rinaldi, Eric Supensky, and Mark Redfield 


Showtimes:
March 8 @ 8pm
March 9 @ 8pm
March 10 @ 4pm

March 15 @ 8pm
March 16 @ 8pm
March 17 @ 4pm

Tickets:
General Admission: $25
Student/Artist/Military: $20

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