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7 Days Until Theatre Becomes Great Again

Now that Halloween is over we can count down to something truly scary. On Nov 7th, the Maryland Ensemble Theatre will fast forward four years into the Trump Presidency with Great Again!

On Monday, November 7–Election Eve–look into the political future we would all be lucky to avoid. Great Again takes a satiric look four years deep into a Donald Trump presidency. Guided by Ben Carson we get a grand tour of the Trump’s White House, his relationship with Vladimir Putin, and the growing tension with his former nemesis, Ted Cruz. It’s Our Town for the Trump administration, and you won’t want to miss this one-time staged reading featuring Jack Evans (Donald Trump), Ray Hatch (Ben Carson), Thom Huenger (Ted Cruz), Reiner Prochaska (Vladimir Putin), Sonny Etzler (Paul Manafort), Laura Stark (Kellyanne Conway) and Isabel Duarte (Ivanka Trump).
The show is written and directed by MET Company Member Kevin Cole and can be seen on Monday 11/7 at 8 p.m. at the Maryland Ensemble Theatre. Tickets are pay what you can, so come on down and catch a glimpse of the future that hopefully won’t be.
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March for Change – Support Nepal

Our  contributors are very talented people, many of whom have a hand in different projects that support their communities and the world around them. David Luna is responsible for the Something Art Coalition and has done a lot to help the upcoming March For Change event in Georgetown, DE. You can read about it below!


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On April 25th the people of Nepal suffered a devastating earthquake. Thousands of people have died, and millions have lost there homes, and even entire towns have been destroyed.

March for Change will be presented in part by The Shauna Rose Kaufman Foundation (SRKF), a charitable non-profit organization that works to spread art, education, and equality wherever we can serve.  Before the earthquake, the communities in Nepal were already some of the poorest in the world, so in 2011 the SRKF partnered with Nepali activist Ram Krishna Sahi to provide an art teacher for an elementary school in Bhaktapur, Nepal. The teacher instructed 14 classes a week, serving over 500 students from grades 3-8. The foundation also set up a local art competition for the local schools, and established a sister school/art exchange program with Lord Baltimore Elementary.

Currently, the foundation has three board members working in Nepal providing food, water, and medicine to affected communities. We have also been interviewed by local news sources, such as WMDT, WBOC, and the News Journal, about the crisis and our efforts. The SRKF and members of its open branch Something Art Coalition will continue to work towards things that benefit both our local communities and humanity alike. We want to bring lively and healthy local events for people of all ages to enjoy, we want to spread art and fulfillment, and we want to bring help to those in need.

When we openly share our art, our music, and our ideas, we bring a richer spirit and vibrance to our world. And when we unite as a community to provide support for those in need, our global presence becomes stronger. Let’s do good for the sake of good.

March for Change is a free event open to all, so please invite anyone and everyone you know.

And any toward the relief effort in Nepal can be made through ShaunaRose.com

For more information about this month’s event, please visit this link:

https://www.facebook.com/events/860230500716839/