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The Eagle Has Landed

Posted 1/28/2009

LIKE THEATER?, the local portal to the online theater site, is looking for a writer. Last week Spotlighters Theatre executive director Fuzz Roark circulated an e-mail saying the New York-based theater site--whose local page details Baltimore openings, auditions, workshops, and reviews--is searching for a new local correspondent. No idea about the details on this opportunity, but interested parties should inquire through

OPENINGS Fool Proof Theatre--an inventive and visually compelling Liverpool-based troupe composed of Brit Ben Philips, German Britt Jurgensen, and American Mary Pearson--hits the Theatre Project Jan. 29-Feb. 8 with The Eagle Has Landed, about a BBC reporter who goes looking for a brother missing for 20 years. The Strand Theater Company debuts California playwright Noah Galuten's Bermuda Jan. 29, which documents a recently married couple's volatile dinner with the husband's brother and the wife's ex-lover. It runs through Feb. 15. Witness Theater--the Johns Hopkins University's student-written theater project--debuts Projections at 8 p.m. Jan. 30 and 31 at the Swirnow Theater in the Mattin Center. It also runs Feb. 5-Feb. 7. And Rep Stage debuts Sam Shepard's drama A Lie of the Mind Feb. 4 in a production directed by UMBC's Department of Theater powerhouse Xerxes Mehta.

LAST CHANCE The Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre winning production of Neil Simon's London Suite concludes this weekend, with performances Friday and Saturday evenings and a 2 p.m. Sunday matinee.

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