Weekend Plans: What to Do 3/23-3/26 It's Maryland Day weekend!

By STYLE Staff


Music: The Revivalists
Adhering to a truth-in-advertising credo, The Revivalists concoct a potent brew that resurrects a handful of signature American musical genres: soul, folk, country and rock (Southern and otherwise). A year ago, Rolling Stone chose them as one of “10 Artists You Need to Know.” Here’s your chance, up close and personal.
Tickets: $20 (adv.), $25 (door). 8 p.m. at Rams Head Live.

Art: LabBodies
Performing arts group LabBodies presents “Recharging the Canon,” an interactive multimedia performance responding to the Walters’ Scupture Court and Ancient World galleries.
Free. 7 p.m. at the Walters.


Event: Maryland Day
Celebrate the founding of our great state in Annapolis with all-day events and free or $1 admission to Annapolis Maritime Museum, William Paca House and Garden, Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts, Charles Carroll House, the Maryland State House and more.
Free-$1. Citywide in Annapolis.

Theater: Los Otros
Tony Award nominees Michael John LaChiusa (“Giant”) and Ellen Fitzhugh (“Grind”) have teamed up to create Los Otros, a semi-autobiographical musical that weaves together the unanticipated connections between two Californians. Noah Himmelstein (“I Am Harvey Milk”) directs. Select performances will feature pre-show cocktails or a cast conversation.
Tickets: $43-$64. March 22-April 23 at Everyman Theatre. 


Party: TFA @ 25
Celebrate the great work Teach for America has done in Baltimore for the past quarter-century with a “strolling supper,” open bar, raffle prizes, music and more.
Tickets: $250, $20 for TFA alumni. 6:30 p.m. at Fifth Regiment Armory.

Festival: Celebration of Spring Craft and Walk
The Cylburn Arboretum Association hosts its annual commemoration of the start of spring, featuring a make-and-take craft table and a nature walk led by environmentalists.
Free. 2 p.m. at Cylburn Arboretum.

Sports: Harlem Globe Trotters
Grab your kids an enjoy a night of basketball wizardry with the hilarious Harlem Globetrotters.
Tickets: $25-$125. 2 p.m. at 7 p.m. at Royal Farms Arena.

Workshop: Hang N Bang
In this naughtily named new workshop series from Interrobang, local playwrights will have the chance to share and develop their work in a casual, constructive environment.
Pay what you can at the Mercury Theatre.


Music: Moran Katz
A multiple prizewinner (too many to count), virtuoso clarinetist Moran Katz fits as seamlessly into her role as a soloist with an orchestra as she does as a member of a chamber group (oh: she also co-launched the audience-participation SHUFFLE concert concept). For this recital, she’ll be accompanied by pianist Amy Yang, roving over the classical and contemporary canons to perform a menu of works by Brahms, Poulenc, Berg, Gershwin and Schumann (Clara, not hubby Robert), plus Paul Schoenfield’s “Klezmer Sonatina.”
Free. 3:30 p.m. at Second Presbyterian Church.

Music: Stevie Nicks
Watch as Ms. Nicks goes her own way on her 24 Karat Gold Tour with The Pretenders.
Tickets: $49-$150. 7 p.m. at Royal Farms Arena.


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