Everyman Theatre presents comedy 'Hot L Baltimore'
Lanford Wilson's "Hot L Baltimore," produced by the Everyman Theatre, opens a four-weekend run Friday at the Vagabond Players, 806 S. Broadway. Performance times are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sundays through Sept. 15. Tickets are $10.
A comedy about the eccentric clientele of a seedy Bawlamer hotel, "Hot L Baltimore" will be directed by Vincent Lancisi. This is the second production by Everyman, which made its debut last fall with "The Runner Stumbles." For more information call 987-1625.
@ The Original 5th Dimension, which had such hits as "Up, Up and Away" and "One Less Bell to Answer" in the late '60s and early '70s, will perform at 8 p.m. Wednesday along with the Spinners at the Pier Six Concert Pavilion.
During its heyday the Grammy Award-winning 5th Dimension released more than a dozen hit records. The Spinners' hits include "I'll Be Around" and "Working My Way Back to You." Tickets for the concert are $22.50 for pavilion seats and $17.50 for the lawn. Call 625-1400. Violin virtuoso Erick Friedman, cellist Aldo Parisot and the West End Opera Trio will be among those featured in this week's Symphony at Deep Creek program, Wednesday to Saturday at Garrett Community College in McHenry. Mr. Friedman, a protege of Jascha Heifetz who has played with orchestras the world over, is music director of the series, which includes master classes, concerts each night and a premiere night dinner on Thursday. Concert tickets are $6 each, $20 for the full series. For information, call (301) 387-6666; for lodging information, call (301) 334-1948.