World premiere slated for May 2015.
Melodramatic teen romance suffers from a terminal lack of chemistry between the two leads.
Longtime Renaissance Festival performers play real-life roles of husband and wife.
The magician's seances continue this week in Hampden.
New take on the When Harry Met Sally formula is just charming enough.
Band brings outrageous live show to Annapolis on Saturday.
The writer remembers the actor's guest appearance on Homicide: Life on the Streets.
The great Brendan Gleeson saves this film from feeling like a glorified theology project.
Acclaimed author celebrates release of new thriller at The Ivy tonight.
A roundup of some of the newest, and scariest, amusement park rides in the region.
Founder Brad Selko discusses his fan-first philosophy.
Check out the amazing bus stop sculpture outside the Creative Alliance.
Baltimore’s Playboy Club made a splash 50 years ago. It also left an indelible impression on the young women who worked there.
Actor impersonator turns up at Station North Arts Cafe this morning.
Chadwick Boseman is electrifying as the Godfather of Soul.
Rollicking sci-fi is way more fun than it has any right to be.
Six-part miniseries will focus on race relations and politics in Yonkers, NY.
The latest from Tod Lippy, Steve Lowenthal, and Peter Plagens.
New music from Bosley and Manuel Barrueco & Beijing Guitar Duo
Organizers won't commit to resurrecting festival in 2015.
Richard Linklater's masterpiece is about childhood, growing up, and time itself.
Complete film retrospective is scheduled for September.
Saxophonist Del Puschert has played with rock and R&B royalty for the past 60 years.
BSO announces Jason Alexander will sub for Mandy Patinkin in January.