The Signal: 1.10.14
Baltimore’s Single Carrot Theatre will unveil its new space at 2600 North Howard Street on January 24th, and its opening-night offering is a new production of Will Eno's The Flu Season, directed by Alix Fenhagen. The Signal’s Aaron Henkin dropped in at Single Carrot to check out a rehearsal, and he brings us a preview.
Take a love of pop music, a passion for electronic production, and a personal streak of melancholy; add lyrics about architecture, sculpture, and origami; mix for two years… and you get the debut album by Baltimore musician Louis Weeks. He talks with producer Aaron Henkin about his new project, Shift / Away.
“Eureka moments” - we’ve all experienced one or two, those realizations, revelations, and epiphanies that end up changing our lives forever. In May of 2013, Baltimore’s Stoop hosted a night of live storytelling around the Eureka theme, and one of the storytellers who stepped to the mic in front of a live audience at Centerstage was Tim Kuhn. Here’s Tim’s story.
Granted, some Eureka moments are more profound than others, and when Eileen Spector was called up from the audience to share her story, she proved that some memorable moments are less about ‘discoveries’ than they are about ‘being discovered.’ Here’s Eileen’s tale.