Worst Case Scenario
Time is running out! Worst Case Scenario, Single Carrot’s original sketch comedy show (i.e., the highest octane laugh explosion in Baltimore), closes next Saturday, December 21. It’s our last show on Charles Street before we move to our new digs on N. Howard . Shows are on Wednesday and Thursday at 7:30 and Friday and Saturday at 7:30 and 10 pm. “But 10 pm is way past my bedtime,” you say. Live a little for the following reasons: 1. All tickets to late-night performances are just $10 for students, seniors, and artists. 2. Late-night shows WILL include a drinking game. 3. You can expect some light nudity. But it’s an SCT show, so I guess you already knew that.
Dance Exchange + Single Carrot Theatre
The following is Part 1 of a 2-part series about SCT’s collaboration with Dance Exchange (DX).
SCT and DX have come together over the past few months for what we’re calling “company-to-company sharing sessions.” Each company then hosted a public gathering as a way to share some of the exciting findings that emerged in our time together.
The companies’ partnership this season is made possible by the Network of Ensemble Theaters‘ NET/TEN Exchange Grant Program. Grants are “intended to create new opportunities for reciprocal exchanges with peers and colleagues. Emphasizing mutuality, reciprocity, and human connection, the program prioritizes relationship building and knowledge sharing.” The NET/TEN program is supported by lead funding from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation.
Part 1: On Making and Devising (A View from Takoma Park) by Matthew Cumbie
Matthew is Resident Artist and Education Coordinator for Dance Exchange. We love him.
As we were wrapping up this past weekend with our last session, we had to cut a conversation short; a conversation that I was sad to walk away from because it was so fueling to some of my own curiosities and questions that have been bubbling up since working with SCT. Read more