At The Todd Performing Arts Center
For September 3, 2015 through March 1, 2016

Friday, September 11, 2015
Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre - Lacey Ward: Girl Detective

7:30 PM
Phenomenal Animals presents Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre in the Caroline Center. Tickets: $40 including dinner
Location: Caroline Center/Cafeteria

Saturday, September 12, 2015
Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre - Lacey Ward: Girl Detective

7:30 PM
Phenomenal Animals presents Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre in the Caroline Center. Tickets: $40 including dinner
Location: Caroline Center/Cafeteria

Friday, September 25, 2015
Mark Chesnutt with Opening Act Eric Karge

8:00 PM
Mark Chesnutt is a multi-platinum recording artist with 14 #1 hits and more than 40 top 10 hits. Opening act, Eric Karge - Maryland's Country Music "Artist of the Year". Tickets: $36 in advance/$40 at the door.
Location: Todd Performing Arts Center, Theatre

Friday, October 23, 2015
Peake Players presents The Bacchae by Euripedes

7:00 PM
Dionysus, the newest god in Zeus's pantheon, has come to Thebes seeking revenge. The Thebans refuse to honor him or join in his revels and so he has possessed their women with a Bacchic frenzy, bringing them out to the woods. Pentheus, king of Thebes, stubbornly denies the god's existence. Tempted into the forest to make war with the frenzied Bacchae, he is torn limb from limb by his own mother and aunts, who return to Thebes with his head on a pole where their possession abates and they realize the horror of their deeds. Location: Cadby Theatre Tickets: $10 Adults/$5 Students
Location: Cadby Theatre, Humanities Building

Saturday, October 24, 2015
Peake Players presents The Bacchae by Euripedes

7:00 PM
Dionysus, the newest god in Zeus's pantheon, has come to Thebes seeking revenge. The Thebans refuse to honor him or join in his revels and so he has possessed their women with a Bacchic frenzy, bringing them out to the woods. Pentheus, king of Thebes, stubbornly denies the god's existence. Tempted into the forest to make war with the frenzied Bacchae, he is torn limb from limb by his own mother and aunts, who return to Thebes with his head on a pole where their possession abates and they realize the horror of their deeds. Location: Cadby Theatre Tickets: $10 Adults/$5 Students
Location: Cadby Theatre, Humanities Building

Thursday, October 29, 2015
Peake Players presents The Bacchae by Euripedes

4:30 PM
Dionysus, the newest god in Zeus's pantheon, has come to Thebes seeking revenge. The Thebans refuse to honor him or join in his revels and so he has possessed their women with a Bacchic frenzy, bringing them out to the woods. Pentheus, king of Thebes, stubbornly denies the god's existence. Tempted into the forest to make war with the frenzied Bacchae, he is torn limb from limb by his own mother and aunts, who return to Thebes with his head on a pole where their possession abates and they realize the horror of their deeds. Location: Cadby Theatre Tickets: $10 Adults/$5 Students
Location: Cadby Theatre, Humanities Building

Friday, October 30, 2015
Peake Players presents The Bacchae by Euripedes

7:00 PM
Dionysus, the newest god in Zeus's pantheon, has come to Thebes seeking revenge. The Thebans refuse to honor him or join in his revels and so he has possessed their women with a Bacchic frenzy, bringing them out to the woods. Pentheus, king of Thebes, stubbornly denies the god's existence. Tempted into the forest to make war with the frenzied Bacchae, he is torn limb from limb by his own mother and aunts, who return to Thebes with his head on a pole where their possession abates and they realize the horror of their deeds. Location: Cadby Theatre Tickets: $10 Adults/$5 Students
Location: Cadby Theatre, Humanities Building

Saturday, October 31, 2015
Peake Players presents The Bacchae by Euripedes

7:00 PM
Dionysus, the newest god in Zeus's pantheon, has come to Thebes seeking revenge. The Thebans refuse to honor him or join in his revels and so he has possessed their women with a Bacchic frenzy, bringing them out to the woods. Pentheus, king of Thebes, stubbornly denies the god's existence. Tempted into the forest to make war with the frenzied Bacchae, he is torn limb from limb by his own mother and aunts, who return to Thebes with his head on a pole where their possession abates and they realize the horror of their deeds. Location: Cadby Theatre Tickets: $10 Adults/$5 Students
Location: Cadby Theatre, Humanities Building

Wednesday, November 11, 2015
U.S. Air Force Concert Band

7:00 PM
Free Concert. Tickets available at the door only.
Location: Todd Performing Arts Center, Theatre

Saturday, November 21, 2015
Sylvia Fletcher - Comedy Ventriloquist

1 PM Children's Performance/2 PM Puppet Workshop
World renowned professional Actress/Ventriloquist/Comedian Sylvia Fletcher will dazzle you with her amazing talent, lively unforgettable characters, inanimate objects, and voice illusions that will lure audiences into her hilarious and intriguing world of comedy. Back by popular demand! Tickets: Show Only $15 Show and Workshop $20 (including materials)
Location: Todd Performing Arts Center, Theatre

Saturday, December 5, 2015
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra - Handel: Messiah

7:30 pm
Tickets: $40
Location: Todd Performing Arts Center, Theatre

Friday, December 11, 2015
Sleigh Ride Around the World

7:30 PM Show/6:00 PM Dinner in TPAC Lobby
Experience the culture and traditions of the holiday season from around the world. Travel with the Sleigh Ride Company as they explore season traditions, dances, stories and melodies. Dinner and Show: $35 Adults, $25 Children 10 and under Show Only Tickets: $20 Adults, $15 Children 10 and under
Location: Todd Performing Arts Center, Theatre

Wednesday, January 13, 2016
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra - Brahms, Rouse and Beethoven

8:00 pm
Tickets: $40. Pre-Concert Conversation at 7:00 PM.
Location: Todd Performing Arts Center, Theatre

Friday, February 19, 2016
The Spirit of Harriet Tubman

7:00 PM
For a breathtaking hour, actor Leslie McCurdy embodies the "spirit" of Harriet Tubman and shares Harriet's empowering story woven with words said to have been Harriet's own. Leslie takes the audience through Ms. Tubman's childhood, her harrowing solo flight from slavery, her dedicated involvement with the Underground Railroad, her victorious rescue mission during the Civil War and her commitment to others in her later years. This inspiring solo performance, by an artist described as being "of exceptional skill and grace," teaches of the faith and conviction that drove Harriet Tubman to follow her dreams; the spirit of the past connecting with the present, inspiring her charges to have the courage to do the same in envisioning their future. Tickets: $20 Adults/$10 Students
Location: Todd Performing Arts Center, Theatre