Theater Thursday: Vagabond Players

April 21st, 2011 by Alex Fili


Baltimore’s own Vagabond Players recently announced their upcoming production of John Guare’s mind-blowing play “Six Degrees of Separation.” The play opened last week on the 15th, but will be running for the rest of the month and up to May 15th. Guare’s “Six Degrees of Separation” is a personal favorite of mine, and explores the relationship between chaos and control deep within the human heart. The play is set in the crime-ridden streets of the Reaganomic New York City, and provocatively challenges the barriers of race, class, and that which is considered socially acceptable. This one is an absolute must see.

The Vagabond Players Theater boasts to be “America’s Oldest Little Theater, having been opened in 1916. It is located at 806 S. Broadway at the very foot of Fells Point. Tickets are only $15, with purchasing options easily found on the Vagabond Players website.




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