zTCAH: Theatre Project to continue season with Shakespeare...


December 23, 1990|By Eric Siegel

zTCAH: Theatre Project to continue season with Shakespeare The Theatre Project will begin the second half of its 20th anniversary season Jan. 9 with a two-week run of "Shakespeare: Dreams of Power & Passion."

A new work by British actor Paul Alexander, "Shakespeare" presents "several of Shakespeare's best-known characters at moments of moral decision -- at the point when the drive for power or passion takes over," according to the theater. The play will run through Jan. 20.

Among other winter-spring highlights are "Honey Chil' Milk," a satire on stereotypes of black women, developed two years ago during Maryland Art Place's Diverse Works program, set for Feb. 6-24. Also, the theater has scheduled two more entries in its 1990-'91 New American Puppetry Series: "Home Family God Country Flag," described as "a journey through 20th century America," to be presented by New York's Ninth Street Theatre March 13-31; and "Invitations to Heaven," the Vermont-based Sandglass Theater's comic examination of a Jewish child's family heritage, April 17-28.

For a complete schedule or more information, call 752-8558.

Local sculptor honored

Baltimore sculptor Robert Copsky has received one of five 1990 Young Sculptors Awards given by the National Sculpture Society.

Mr. Copsky, who lives in Upper Fells Point and teaches at Montgomery College in Rockville and at the Maryland Institute, College of Art, won the John Gregory Memorial Prize for imagination and originality in representational sculpture. The award carries a $500 prize.


The following auditions are coming up:

*The Fells Point Corner Theatre, 251 S. Ann Street, Jan. 7-8 at 7:30 p.m. for its March production of "Reckless." Four women and three men are needed. Call 366-0396 or 466-8341.

*The Vagabonds, Jan. 14-15 at 7:30 p.m. for its spring production of the Japanese murder-drama "Rashomon." Actors and actresses ages 25 to 65 are needed. Call 563-9135.

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