March 14, 2011
One-man show at Evergreen
Evergreen Museum & Library artist in residence Scott Sedar, an actor and visual artist based in Washington, D.C., will re-create a fanciful 1920s theater evening in his site-specific performance piece, ‘Triumph and Slavery,’ showing two nights only, Friday and Saturday, March 18 and 19, at 7:30 p.m. in the museum’s Bakst Theatre. Noel Coward, Miguel de Cervantes, Abraham Lincoln, Giuseppe Verdi and other historical characters will appear in musical comic sketches—and audience participation will be requested. Admission is free for Johns Hopkins faculty, staff and students; $8 public; and $5 museum members. Reservations are requested at 410-516-0341.