No need to opt out of great theater because you can't convince a plus-one. Join other solo theater enthusiasts for a shared treat. You can sit with us.
Christina Anderson’s How to Catch a Creation tells love stories of six characters across nearly 50 years. Set in San Francisco, the play centers on four artists struggling to create. The discovery of works by a feminist writer from the 1960s–a writer who was both black and queer–raises questions about love, artistic endeavor, and the prison industrial complex. American Theatre magazine has identified playwright Anderson as an artist whose work “will be transforming America’s stages for decades to come.” This bittersweet tale about following your passion, delves into life, family and art, offering profound empathy and affirmation.
We've been so impressed with this year's culturally dynamic lineup at Baltimore Center Stage for the 2018/19 season. Exposure to diverse artistic expression allows us to connect first in our humanity, allowing for a deeper understanding and empathy for others' experiences and beliefs. The run of exciting works continues with this world-premiere by Anderson, a Lorraine Hansberry Award winner.
Directed by Nataki Garrett in her Center Stage debut, How to Catch a Creation is produced in association with Philadelphia Theatre Company.
ABOUT OUR VENUE
Maryland's "official state theater," is situated in Baltimore's historic Mount Vernon district. Founded in 1963, Baltimore Center Stage is recognized as a pioneer in the regional theater movement in the 20th century. In 2017, the theater completed an award-winning $28 million building renovation of the historic complex that created more opportunities for art-making and community building, with new public spaces to gather before and after shows and state-of-the-art performance spaces with the best in theater design and technology.
WHERE TO FIND MIXOLO:
We'll gather on the 4th floor in the Deering Lounge outside of the Head Theater where the performance will take place.
Your ticket includes admission to the 7:30PM performance. You will be seated with your fellow theater enthusiasts coming out on their own as well.
On the 2nd floor, you may enjoy self-pay snacks and small plates at Sascha's. There are also light snacks and alcoholic beverages served at the bar in the Deering Lounge.
On-street parking is available. The Baltimore Sun Parking Garage, located at 601 N. Calvert Street, is diagonally across from the theater at Monument and Calvert Streets.
If you are parking in the Baltimore Sun Garage, you can pay via credit card at the pay station in the garage lobby or at the in-lane pay station as you exit. Baltimore Center Stage is unable to validate parking tickets.
Full parking details and transportation options are available at Baltimore Center Stage.
Mixolo will be required to make advance payments for this type of event. The tickets are non-refundable. Cancellations by Mixolo will be fully refunded. Cancellations by Center Stage will not be refunded, however we will accommodate a purchase credit transfer for a future performance.
No formal dress code, however, we ask that you consider business casual for this event.
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Thursday, May 23 at 7:00pm to 9:30pm
Baltimore Center Stage
700 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, Maryland 21202