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10-24-12: Baltimore Performance Kitchen
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J. Buck Jabaily came to Baltimore in 2006 when he and his colleagues at the Single Carrot Theatre decided to leave Boulder, Colo., and move to Baltimore to become a part of the burgeoning theater scene here. Buck left Single Carrot to become the director of the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, and a little more than a year later, he left GBCA to work with Philip Arnault to found a new theatrical venture, the Baltimore Open Theater.
That venture has not continued, and now, Buck has turned his attention to a new project: the Baltimore Performance Kitchen. Their first production is Red Flags. It's an original commission involving theater artist Bashi Rose, the dancer Vincent Thomas, and LOVE the Poet.
Tom Hall talks to Buck Jabaily and Bashi Rose about this new project and its premiere performance.
Red Flags opens tonight at Arena Players. Evening performances start at 7:30, Sunday matinees at 2:30. It’s at Arena Players tonight through November 4.