When I first was making a decision about whether or not to take job
offers in Toronto and Baltimore I told my grad students in a class at
the Art Institute about the tossup and one of my super energetic and
hilarious students from Baltimore started ranting about Wham City and
how righteous the scene here was and telling me that I should skip
Toronto. I took her advice and haven’t regretted it. (Sorry Toronto!)
2. Describe your feelings on Whartscape and what it means to you?
The show we are playing takes place on my birthday so it mostly means
Happy Birthday! Aside from that, it’s the fest that we missed last
year because we were moving and now we get to play in the sweet spot
with some of my favorite people from this city. Being on a bill with
Leprechaun Catering and Nautical Almanac is intimidating.
3. Describe your feelings on Baltimore and what it means to you?
More than I can say in a questionnaire.
4. Come up with a snappy tagline/mantra/motto for one or more of the following: Baltimore, Wham City and Whartscape.
You’re never going to top “The City That Reads” for Baltimore.
costumage, in the spirit of Baltimore, Whartscape and Wham City, what would
yours be and why?
I would wear a snake costume because Baltimore has been a
skin-shedding place for me.
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