My play 'SHADES OF HONOR' will be part of this festival! click the lion for tix!

 
BALTIMORE, MD – May 7, 2024 – Rapid Lemon Productions will continue its 2024 season in July with “Variations on Courage,” an evening of 13 world premiere short plays by local authors. Staged each year since 2005, The Variations Project is an annual highlight of the Baltimore theatrical calendar. The theme “Courage” was chosen by audiences of last year’s “Variations on The End,” and attendees of this production will vote to select the theme for the 2025 Variations Project.
 
“Variations on Courage” features plays by Malik Berry, Petula Caesar, Leslie Fields, Damian Hawkins, Tess Huth, Hillary Leyendecker, Ayibateri Owei, Colin Riley, Jessica Rota, Taariq Saadiq, Tia Thomas, DonnaAnn Ward, and Archie D. Williams. Jalice Ortiz-Corral directs an ensemble cast of K.S. Garner, Niki Jay, Jae Jones, Valerie Lewis, Broadus Nesbitt III, Colin Riley, Aparna Sri, and Sarah Lynn Taylor.
 
All performances will be live and in person at The BBOX in the Maryland Institute College of Art’s Gateway building, 1601 W. Mount Royal Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21217. Performances: 8:00pm on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays; 2:00pm on Sundays. Tickets: $20. Discounted “Industry Night” tickets just $10 for the performance on Thursday, July 11. Tickets are available here or through Rapid Lemon’s website. Rapid Lemon Productions uses paperless ticketing. Patrons’ names will be at Will Call on the date of the performance.
 
“The Variations Project is an important construct in the Baltimore arts community.” – Broadway World
 
“…a freewheeling thematic hub.” – Baltimore Sun
 
“…a fun and worthwhile Baltimore institution.” – DC Metro Theater Arts
 
“The company of Rapid Lemon is engagingly versatile and highly talented, not to mention diverse, energetic and authentically committed.” – TheatreBloom
 
“…full of life, layers, laughter and a really, really good time.” – Maryland Theatre Guide
 
Established in 2012, Rapid Lemon Productions is a not-for-profit theater company whose mission is to develop and present new work that promotes representation of and participation by the community it serves.