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Two face-melting short rock operas running May 27-June 12 at the newly renovated Autograph Playhouse in Charles Village.
(Baltimore, MD)â€”Baltimore Rock Opera Society continues in the epic tradition established by its 2009 debut, GrĂĽndlehĂ¤mmer,this spring with the BROS Double Feature: two original, live, new rock operas titled Amphion and The Terrible Secret of Lunastus that will be debut at the Autograph Playhouse, BROSâ€™ new home. The monstrously righteous world premiere of the BROS Double Feature has been produced by 60+ volunteer artists and will run for three consecutive weekends from May 27 to June 12, 2011, promising to be the yearâ€™s largest DIY arts event in Baltimore.
BROS has also launched a massive volunteer effort to help renovate the Autograph Playhouse, located at 9 West 25th Street in Charles Village. Ms. Billie Taylor, the buildingâ€™s owner, is working with BROS to convert the 280-seat cinema into a stage theater that will be home to BROS and other Baltimore theater groups for years to come. â€śIâ€™m excited that BROS will be the first group to perform in the Autograph Playhouse. Their enthusiasm has really helped bring the theater to life, and itâ€™s going to provide a lot of opportunities for all types of artists in Baltimore,â€ť says Ms. Taylor.
BROS leadership shares the excitement of Ms. Taylorâ€™s vision. â€śThis epochal moment shall be followed by 7,000 years of mind-bending rock madness, and all of Baltimore will soon submit to the terror of our guitar-fueled mayhem,â€ť BROS Executive Visionary Commando Aran Keating says. â€śWe have truly engaged the next chakra of insanity on BROSâ€™ transcendental journey to rock nirvana,â€ť Viceroy of External Campaigns Dylan Koehler adds.
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Baltimore Rock Opera Society was founded in 2007 by a highly energetic troupe of actors, writers, musicians, and artists with the sole mission of producing original, live rock operas in Baltimore. Driven by a vision to unite the talent and energy of Baltimoreâ€™s artists in pursuit of producing an art form unlike any other available, BROS has embarked upon a mission of epic proportions.
Show runs May 27, 28, 29 and June 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12. Friday and Saturday night start time is 7PM; Sunday start time is 5 PM. $15 General Admission, $12 Artists/Students/Seniors.