13 top Baltimore-area events of 2013 [Pictures]
From a re-staged "Hairspray" to a reinvigorated Senator Theatre, Baltimore's arts & entertainment scene promises all manner of highlights in 2013.
For some, the traditions continue -- Artscape will be returning for another year, as will the feast of eating and drinking known as the Preakness. For others, tradition may be starting -- Everyman Theatre's new home, for instance -- or reviving itself. All of Baltimore, it seems, is waiting anxiously to see if the newly high-flying Orioles can continue as contenders. Here's our list of 13 big-time A&E extravaganzas on tap for 2013. Mark your calendars now.
-- Chris Kaltenbach
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New digs for Everyman Theatre
Baltimore's Everyman Theatre, providing intimate live stage productions for area audiences since 1990, moves into new digs on Jan. 18. And what a new space it is: a 103-year-old theater building at 315 W. Fayette St. that old-timers may remember as home to The Empire (a burlesque house) and later The Town (a movie theater). Everyman's opening production: Tracy Letts' Pulitzer Prize-winning "August: Osage County," which runs through Feb. 17. Go to everymantheatre.org.