Edgar Allan Poe famously proclaimed the death of a beautiful woman "the most poetical subject in the world." The prolonged suffering of his beautiful, dying wife, Virginia Poe, almost certainly inspired this belief. Virginia Poe remains one of the most enigmatic and controversial figures in the famed author's history. Join us for a series of live readings, themed discussion, and Q&A about the famed muse, poetess, child bride and daughter of Baltimore.
Poe Baltimore will host the fifth annual International Edgar Allan Poe Festival and Awards (Poe Fest International) with IN-PERSON and virtual events, October 8th- 9th, 2022, featuring vendors, performances, tours, and The Black Cat Ball. This year’s events commemorate the 173rd anniversary of Edgar Allan Poe’s death.*
America’s largest interactive comedy murder mystery dinner theatre show is now playing! Solve a hilarious mystery while you feast on a fantastic dinner. Just beware! The culprit is hiding in plain sight somewhere in the room, and you may find yourself as a Prime Suspect before you know it!
Join us for an event that is very different from a traditional murder mystery dinner show. Our actors are not dressed in costume and are hidden in the audience! This results in a fun, social and interactive evening suitable for all adults.
Hop on in with your little froggers for a sweet story time from 1:30P.M. to 2:30P.M. on Tuesday 10/18/22! This month's stories include, Corduroy's Best Halloween Ever!, The Berenstain Bears Go on a Ghost Walk, and How to Catch a Monster.
After the stories, children can get a $4 kids cup of yogurt. What a sweet story with a happy ending!!
Sutradhar Institute of Dance and Related Arts
Saturday, October 22. 11am.
1525 Forest Glen Road, Silver Spring, MD 20910
Tickets: $15 general/$10 AA&CC members
On Tuesday, Nov. 1, the National Museum of the American Latino will celebrate el Día de Muertos in Baltimore with friends from The Peale Museum and Johns Hopkins University with an evening of special events.
The Latino Museum will offer an ofrenda and procession to honor and support healing in the community of Uvalde, Texas. The muralist and altarist Frida Larios has been commissioned to create the ofrenda and a mural. The mural honors those killed in a mass shooting at Robb Elementary School.
BNHA 3rd Annual History Through Arts Competition
The Baltimore National Heritage Area (BNHA) invites Baltimore City youth to participate in our 3rd Annual History Through Arts Competition. The purpose of this contest is to engage City youth in an art exhibit showcasing their unique talents while also expressing their view of life in Baltimore City. The expectation is that the artwork will reflect Baltimore’s historic people, places, significant architecture or represent a historical event.
We’re excited to announce the launch of the “Virtually Creative” after-school program.
The “Virtually Creative” after school program is an extension of our onsite programming that takes place at John Ruhrah Elementary/ Middle and Tench Tilghman Elementary/ Middle. In an effort to continue supporting our schools we are providing afterschool programming online. Each day, students receive homework help and hangout time to connect with friends. They will also have virtual Restorative Practice circles every Friday. Below is a detailed breakdown of the Virtually Creative schedule.
Get your tickets today for Where We Belong!
Don’t miss this special limited engagement before it embarks on its national tour! Baltimore Center Stage presents Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company Production of Where We Belong will be running live and in-person October 19-24th. Use promo code BELONG25 at checkout to purchase your tickets for only $25! We can't wait to see you at the show!
On Through January 15, 2023
At the Peale!
Open for special events and regular operating hours
Since 1989, Baltimore-based Sankofa Dance Theater has created world-class, authentic African art in the form of dance, music, and folkways for national and international audiences. The work of the Company is rooted in healing and bringing intercultural understanding to the global village while staying true to the definition of the word “Sankofa” which means to learn from the past in an effort to build for the future.