Centerstage's Fabulation, with Avenue Q's Belcon, Opens in Baltimore Feb. 4

News   Centerstage's Fabulation, with Avenue Q's Belcon, Opens in Baltimore Feb. 4 Natalie Venetia Belcon, who was seen on Broadway in Avenue Q and Off-Broadway in The Glorious Ones, stars in the title role of Baltimore Centerstage's production of Fabulation or, The Re-education of Undine, which officially opens Feb. 4.
Natalie Venetia Belcon and Robert Montano in Fabulation.
Natalie Venetia Belcon and Robert Montano in Fabulation. Photo by Richard Anderson

Lynn Nottage's comical look at downward mobility began previews at the Maryland venue Jan. 28. Performances are scheduled to continue through March 8. Belcon, under the direction of Jackson Gay, is joined onstage by Jerome Preston Bates, Crystal A. Dickinson, Richard Gallagher, Frank Harts, Robert Montano, Maria-Christina Oliveras and Lizan Mitchell.

"Undine Barnes Calles is watching her high life derail," according to press notes. "This formerly saditty PR maven suddenly finds herself embarrassingly downwardly mobile: pregnant, divorced, broke—and with no choice but to face her roots and head home to her family in the projects to regroup."

Tickets, priced $10-$60, are available by visiting www.centerstage.org or by calling (410) 332-0033.