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Posted 7/29/2009

HAPPY 10th ANNIVERSARY Local water theater-cum-ballet-cum-great time Fluid Movement Presents celebrates its 10th anniversary with Strange Customs: The Flurry Family Odyssey this weekend with 10th Anniversary Benefit Gala Pool Party at Patterson Park Pool Aug. 1. Visit for more details.

CALL FOR AUDITIONS The Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre is holding auditions for its upcoming production of Otis Bigelow's The Prevalence of Mrs. Seal, a screwball comedy set in the 1930s, this weekend. The play will be directed by Michael Spellman and runs Oct. 30-Nov. 22. Five of the characters in this play have to contend with various brain transplants, requiring them to become different people inside the same body. Auditions take place Aug. 1 from 2-5 p.m. and Aug. 2 from 6-9 p.m. E-mail for more information.

OPENING Spotlight on Emerging Voices Project at the University of Baltimore showcases Ian Humphrey's radio show New West: The Berth, Aug. 3, at the UB Performing Arts Theater. The Laurel Mill Playhouse opens Cinderella July 31out in Laurel; it runs through Aug. 23.

CLOSING The Jimi Kinstle directed, teen cast-starring, 1960s-ish camp doo-wop musical take on Little Shop of Horrors ends Aug. 1 at the Theatre Project: a must. New local company Teatro 101's debut production of The Little Dog Laughed ends Aug. 2 at the Mobtown Theater. Single Carrot Theatre's playful, original Slampooned ends Aug. 2. Lisa Hodsoll's Baltimore Playwrights Festival comedy Turducken ends Aug. 2 at LeClerc Hall at the College of Notre Dame. The Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre production of George and Ira Gershwin musical Crazy For You ends Aug. 2 at CCBC Essex. The Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre's production of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Nile ends Aug. 2 at CCBC Essex.

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