Regional Solutions For Baltimore; Sondheim's Women; "Good People" Review; Women Architects Exhibit
A new plan brings ideas from around the Baltimore region to bear on some big issues: workforce development, transportation, housing. We learn that addressing one barrier doesn’t necessarily relieve others, and hear some prospects for making headway.
Then, what makes the women in Stephen Sondheim's musicals so compelling? Tom Hall sits down with Carolyn Black-Sotir to discuss her show centered on Sondheim’s unforgettable characters.
Plus, theater critic J. Wynn Rousuck reviews "Good People," now up at Maryland Ensemble Theatre.
And, even before women were fully accepted in the architectural profession by their male counterparts, they were making their marks on homes and offices in the state. We ask Jillian Storms, of the American Institute of Architects’s Baltimore chapter, about a new exhibit featuring a dozen pioneers.