She Stoops to Conquer  Events:

Mead Tasting with Charm City Meadworks

Saturday, September 29, 2018

7pm preshow tasting, 8pm showtime

Travel back in time to the 1770s with our friends from Charm City Meadworks at our very own mead tasting event! This preshow fun will take place in our Middendorf Lounge before the 8pm performance of She Stoops to Conquer. Learn about the history of mead, taste two varieties of locally made mead (manufactured only one mile away from the CSC theatre!), and enjoy partying like it’s 1773 in preparation for a night of laughs and revelry. Admission to this preshow event is included with your ticket to the September 29th performance of She Stoops to Conquer at 8pm. Click here to purchase tickets to the play.  We’d appreciate an RSVP also if you plan to participate in the tasting (adults only). Please RSVP for the tasting here.  

What is mead, you might ask? Mead is an alcoholic beverage made by fermenting honey and water with the help of yeast. Learn more here.

Charm City Meadworks is Baltimore’s one and only meadery, located in the Mount Vernon neighborhood. Stop by their taproom on Biddle Street for a laugh and a brew, and check out their website for more information!

“Courtship in Revolutionary Times”

Saturday, October 6, 2018

7pm preshow conversation, 8pm showtime

Set in the 1770s, She Stoops to Conquer satirizes British social pretensions while its young adults seek ways to escape their parents’ plans for arranged marriages. What was courtship like for the real Kate Hardcastles and Constance Nevilles of Revolutionary times?  Find out, with our favorite professor of British and women’s history,  Amy Froide, Ph.D. of UMBC, winner of the 2018 Regents’ Award for Teaching Excellence. This preshow event is free when you purchase tickets to the 8pm performance. Click here for tickets. 

“Meet the Actors”  Moderated by Dramaturg Kathryn Moncrief

Saturday, October 20, 2018

2pm showtime, conversation directly after show

Ever wondered how actors and designers prepare for a show? Curious about a dramaturg’s approach to researching a play? Want to know just how long it takes Lesley Malin to get into her giant powdered wig? Join the cast and crew of She Stoops to Conquer directly after the matinee performance on October 20th for a conversation moderated by Washington College’s Kathryn Moncrief, Ph.D., dramaturg for the production. This post-show event is free when you purchase tickets to the 2pm performance. Click here for tickets.