Steps in Time: Scenes from 1840 Baltimore
Program dramatizes issues of racial relations, economic struggles and domestic life for ordinary people in Baltimore around 1840. Adapted from a play created for the Baltimore City Life Museums by Baltimore native Donald Hicken, professor at the Baltimore School of the Arts. Kermit Frazier, a native of Washington, D.C., was commissioned to write the script. Cast: Richard Pilcher, Joy Ehrlich, Ame Ertwine, Mark Redfield, Leslie Jones, Randolph Dixon, Kathy Loy. Director: John Alan Spoler. Dramatic Director: Donald Hicken. Project continued as a ‘living theater” event in Baltimore for several years, performed by the School for the Arts students and professional actors.
Maryland Public Television; Baltimore City Life Museums; Baltimore School for the Arts Foundation
North America; United States of America
Special Collections and University Archives
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- Physical Description
00:30:37 hh:mm:ss; U-Matic
Maryland Public Television records
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Access condition: public.
- Other Identifiers
Fedora 2 PID: umd:736259; Handle Identifier: hdl:1903.1/46405; Filename: bcast-076846
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