Friday, September 16, 2011

Doggy Beach Party via Metro Mutts, SpotonTraining & Baltimore Rock Opera

“End of Summer Doggy Beach Party”, produced by local businesses Metro Mutts, Spot on Training, and the Red Hook Lobster Pound (aka the Lobster Truck) will join the H Street Festival this year.

The special play area will include a swimming pool to cool dogs down, a sandbox for the dogs to find buried prizes, a “mutt mister,” and more. To complete the beach theme, Red Hook Lobster Pound will be parked on the “shore,” so festival goers of the human variety can enjoy lobstah rolls, whoopee pies, and fresh squeezed lemonade while the canines soak in the fun.

“We’re really excited to work together with Metro Mutts and the Lobster Truck to produce this unique element to the festival,” said Spot on Training owner Heather Morris. “It will be the first of its kind at a festival and we’re sure it will be a huge hit with the 2 and 4-legged circuit”

The Doggy Beach will be located next to the R.L. Christian library building on the corner of 13th and H, NE.

The Baltimore Rock Opera Society will again be featured this year. The H Street Festival is September 17, 2011 from 12-7pm on H Street, NE from 8th to 14th.
Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS) is the next evolutionary leap in Baltimore’s musical theatre scene–a highly energetic troupe of actors, writers, musicians, and artists founded in 2007 with the sole mission of producing original, live rock operas in Baltimore. Driven by a vision to unite the talent and energy of amateur and professional artists in the area in pursuit of producing an art form unlike any other available in Baltimore or beyond, BROS has embarked upon a mission of epic proportions.

Essentially plays interspersed with rock songs, Baltimore Rock Opera Society performances maximize production value within a “do-it-yourself” budget. Homemade set pieces and costumes create an awe-inspiring visual context in which actors and musicians tell the story. Each song in a BROS rock opera drives the plot while drawing viewers in through interaction with performers. BROS invites artists, musicians, designers, and technicians from all backgrounds to add their talent to productions, making the highly involved and face-melting qualities of these rock operas possible.

Sponsored by Gallery OonH, BROS will be located at the intersection of 10th and H, NE and perform throughout the afternoon at the following times:
·         12:30 PM
·         2:00 PM
·         3:30 PM
·         5:00 PM
·         6:30 PM

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