Directed by Tabetha White
LIVE ON ZOOM
TICKETS: $10 | Shows start at 8pm
All episodes will feature ASL Interpretation.
PLEASE NOTE: Every episode will feature different guests and segments to be revealed soon. For the full experience, we recommend purchasing the three-show pass.
ABOUT THIS SHOW:
Loving Frederick is a unique collaboration with the Frederick community! Each week, our hosts will talk with different members of Frederick’s diverse community who will share their knowledge of Frederick’s history and their experiences living and loving Frederick. The live virtual audience will be able to ask questions of our guests and answer trivia questions. In addition to storytelling, the show will feature local music and art. Loving Frederick can’t capture all of what makes this city special, but we’ll share as much of our love for this community as we can fit into 50 minutes!
BE A PART OF THIS MAINSTAGE PRODUCTION:
Loving Frederick needs your input on what you love most about our community! Send us a video (in landscape format, 5-15 seconds, max 1080p) and it may be in our upcoming show! Tell us about your favorite location, event, or activity to share your love of Frederick. If you have any questions please reach out at email@example.com
Saturday May 1 at 8pm
This week on Loving Frederick, Rona Mensah welcomes David Martin, Marsha Flowers, and Sam Sonnenstrahl from Frederick’s Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community. Plus, Senator Ron Young, and Artist William Cochran discuss the history of Frederick, Frederick Fact or Fiction quizzes you on our city’s strangest street names, we show off our favorite local pups, and shine the spotlight on Stitch Early’s Pocket Check music video!
Saturday April 24 at 8pm
This week on Loving Frederick, Rona Mensah welcomes Ivan Diaz, Rossana Pedreañez, and Ken Oldham of the United Way for our Key City Communities segment. Frederick Fact or Fiction quizzes you on our city’s historic buildings, and Ray Hatch takes you for a walk. Plus, Reiner Prochaska and Allison Duvall examine Frederick’s German Heritage and we highlight a performance from FCPS Academy for Fine Arts Students.
Tune in LIVE and you can enjoy interviews with Kiki Wilson, the CEO of OUT40 Frederick’s first urban blog, highlighting the arts, the streets, and the people of Frederick, as well as Chris Haugh, an award-winning researcher, writer, documentarian, and author of Mount Olivet Cemetery’s Stories in Stone blog. Plus, you won’t want to miss Frederick Fact or Fiction, Art Stuff with Katie & Jen and more!
Host: Rona Mensah*
*MET Ensemble Member
Sign Language interpretation: Jessie Lewis & Victoria Oleyar
Digital Media Design: Stephen Craig
Director: Tabetha L. White*
Editor: Imani Jackson
Graphics: LJ Teske