Filmmaker vs. columnist on the stagePeter Parnell's "Hyde...

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November 13, 1994|By J. Wynn Rousuck

Filmmaker vs. columnist on the stage

Peter Parnell's "Hyde in Hollywood" -- a play that pits a filmmaker against a muckraking columnist in the 1930s -- will have its Baltimore premiere at Fell's Point Corner Theatre, 251 S. Ann St., beginning Friday.

Mark Campion plays Julian Hyde, the Orson Welles-style filmmaker, and Tony Colavito plays the Walter Winchell-style columnist, under Barry Feinstein's direction. The film within the play is directed by Steve Yeager. Show times are 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays and 2 p.m. Sundays, through Dec. 18. Tickets are $10. For more information, call (410) 276-7837.

@ Tammra Sigler has been a painter for more than 30 years. In that time her work has changed often, but Sigler has essentially been an introspective painter. As she says, "Personal symbols appear and reappear, always unconsciously, to create my own familiar language." Currently more than 35 of her works are on view in "Tammra Sigler: Retrospective" at the University of Maryland University College art gallery in College Park. It begins with her 1963 painting "Loreal Seated" and continues through the "Sculpture Garden" and "Shelter" series of the 1980s and RTC down to her most recent works. Through Dec. 18 at the University College Center of Adult Education, University Boulevard at Adelphi Road. For information, call (301) 985-7822.

John Dorsey The Peabody Preparatory's Arts for Talented Youth Program, comprising students ages 12 to 18, will present a recital of various works today at 3:30 p.m. as part of the Second Presbyterian Church concert series. The event, to be held at the church at 4200 St. Paul St., is free of charge. The ATY, formed in 1993, is a program that allows talented music and dance students to explore the limits of their disciplines. In addition to an intensive program of studies, ATY focuses on the interdisciplinary interaction between students, which creates a dynamic environment for learning and creativity. Please call (410) 889-6819 for more information.

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