Join us before the show on Sunday, November 18th at 2pm for an After Noon Tea!
Includes a selection of 3 teas - English Breakfast, Peppermint, Raspberry Green. Homemade scones, clotted cream, jam, butter and local seasonal fruit. A chefs selection of homemade tea sandwiches - cucumber, egg and cress, tomato and cheese.
After Noon Tea is hosted by Emma's Tea Spot. Voted "Baltimore's Best Tea Spot 2018" by Baltimore Magazine.
Purchase tickets to the After Noon Tea HERE.
Third Wall Productions is a not for profit, 501(c) (3) organization, in Baltimore that provides education in the theatrical arts through live performances, workshops and youth summer stock program. TWP is welcoming of all persons regardless of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status. We provide family friendly entertainment and encourage everyone to participate as they like. From acting to directing, lighting and sound to back stage and costumes, there is something for everyone at Third Wall Productions.
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Third Wall Productions is happy to announce the Maryland Premier of Siegmund Fuchs' award winning play "In the Closet".
Please note that this production will take place in the brand new:
Function Co-Working Community
4709 Harford Road
Baltimore, MD 21214
The show takes place inside both a literal and metaphorical closet. It opens with three gay men entering the closet for vastly different reasons. Man #1 is struggling with the long-term illness (cancer) of his partner. Man #2 is struggling with aging in a community he’s finding quite superficial. Man #3, a rape victim, was just told by the prosecutor he needs to act more straight on the stand. All three men are soon joined by John, who runs into the closet just after his first gay sexual encounter. The four men explore the varied reasons one might closet oneself in this cross-generational look at being in the closet, leaving the audience to wonder: can any one of them walk out?
"Fuchs encourages the audience to ask themselves questions that are relevant to anyone, regardless of where they fall on the Kinsey Scale: What would you tell your younger self if you had the chance? What can your younger self return to you that you’ve lost in the passing of time? And, perhaps most importantly, how can you forgive and make peace with all versions of yourself before it’s too late?" - DCTheatreScene.com
"In the Closet dares to be a different coming out story" - metroweekly.com
"The engrossing result is a stirring multigenerational comedy about self-worth and self-acceptance that gives moving new meaning to gay coming of age. " - DCMetroTheatreArts
"A closet: It holds our clothing. Our bedsheets. Our old notebooks. And in some cases, our secrets." - dcist.com
"Fuchs’ ‘In the Closet’ is not to be missed " - Washington Blade
November 9, 10, 11, 16, 17, 18
Directed by: Thomas Rendulic
Musical Direction by: Daniel Plante
Choreography by: Timoth David Copney-Welton
February 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17
Directed by: Henry Cyr
Musical Direction by: W. William Zellhofer
Choreography by: Maia DeBaugh, Cecelia DeBaugh, & Lucy DeBaugh
May 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12
Directed by: Atticus Boidy
Musical Direction by: TBA
Choregraphy by: TBA
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