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6-13-12: Maryland Morning Culture Calendar
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The Star Spangled Sailabration kicks off in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor tomorrow. More than 40 tall ships are sailing into the harbor today, and they will be open for tours tomorrow through the weekend.
Cockpit in Court is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year with another summer of familiar shows that involve some of the area’s most enthusiastic thespians. “The King and I” is the first of five shows. It opens Friday night, and runs until July 1. Cockpit in Court is in residence at The Community College of Baltimore County’s Essex campus.
Baltimore’s Pumpkin Theater is closing its 44th year with a production of "You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown." It opens on Saturday, and it runs until June 24th. Performances are at 1:00 and 3:00 at St. Timothy’s School on Greenspring Avenue in Baltimore County.
The EMP Collective in Baltimore is throwing a party Friday night to celebrate the opening of a new exhibition by the artist and animator Brett Thompson. His show is called Fluidtoons, and the party will include screenings of animation by John Dilworth, the creator of Courage the Cowardly Dog, and music by the ‘cellist and singer Meaghan Burke. The party starts at 8:00, the show is up until July 6th.
This weekend, the Reginald F. Lewis Museum of Maryland African American History and Culture is opening a tribute to the former poet laureate of Maryland, Lucille Clifton. Lynda Koolish selected photographs that she took which show Mrs. Clifton with many other poets. The exhibition is curated by Dr. Joanne Gabbin, who heads the Furious Flower Poetry Center at James Madison University in Virginia. The exhibition opens on Saturday, and will be at the Lewis Museum until the end of the year.
Maryland Hall in Annapolis is presenting two free movie screenings this month. On Friday night, they’ll show “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” at 8 pm, and on Sunday the 24th, they’ll screen “Shrek” at noon. The screenings are free, and you can purchase popcorn and refreshments. Proceeds from those sales will benefit Maryland Hall's ArtReach Fund which provides arts enrichment opportunities for underserved children and families in the Annapolis area.