Audience feedback is part of every Theatre Project experience. Workshops and talkbacks are scheduled for various productions throughout the year, and will be listed on this page. Please check back soon for more information.
La descente d'Orphee aux enfers and Le mariage force
Peabody Conservatory's Early Music Department
Tue January 27 - Wed January 28
Director and harpsichordist Adam Pearl, in conjunction with Peabody Conservatory's Early Music Department, presents two short but decadent operas from the French baroque repertoire.
“Our favorite mad genius magician” - Washington Post
“Surreal and unexpected” - Potomac Gazette
“David begins with the mundane and twists it ever so artfully to reveal its mystery” - Baltimore City Paper
“More Cocteau than Copperfield” - New City Chicago
“The Disillusionist” - Washington City Paper
"Full of inventive wonder" - Philadelphia City Paper
David London combines magic with storytelling, puppetry, comedy, philosophy and that which cannot be defined to create original shows of magic unlike you have ever experienced before.
The Prostate Dialogues and Tales of the Tellywacker
Thu February 5 - Sun February 8
A performance piece for anyone who has a prostate or who knows someone who might, The Prostate Dialogues takes a profoundly funny look at Spelman’s prostate cancer scare—a look that puts him into dialogue with dozens of other people.
Theatre Project -through the presentation of a diverse array of original and experimental theatre, music, and dance -- connects the artists and audiences of Baltimore with a global community of performers.