Production photography by Rob Clatterbuck.


A comedy of manners that spans centuries, Cloud 9 is a smart, satirical look at gender politics and sexual oppression across the ages. Written in 1978, this modern classic offers witty social commentary, controversial casting requirements, and if that weren't enough, time-travel! Taking us from the corsets of colonial Africa to the sexual liberation of 1970's England, Churchill’s parody pokes fun at nearly every permutation of human sexuality, and reminds us why the playwright remains a feminist hero and icon today. 

Please note that Cloud 9 explores mature themes, contains adult language, sexual content and violence. Cloud 9 may not be suitable for patrons under the age of 16.


* Denotes Iron Crow Theatre Artistic Associate


Written by Caryl Churchill. Directed by Dr. Natka Bianchini. Stage Management provided by Julie Anderson. Set Design by Megan Suder with Costume Design by Heather C. Jackson. Lighting Design by Alec Lawson with Assistant Lighting Design by Shaunice White. Sound Design by Devyn Deguzman with original music composed by Sean Creedon. Dialect Instruction by Theresa Spencer with Fight Choreography by James Bunzli. Technical Consulting provided by Alison Peoples.


"I really don't know when I've had more fun. It blends farce, pathos into a work of total theatre." - New York Daily News

"Intelligent, inventive and funny." - The New York Times

“A sex farce with gender politics on its mind, Caryl Churchill's "Cloud 9" is a feminist classic that still bowls theatergoers over with its breathtaking theatrical daring.” - Los Angeles Times


Friday, January 26: 8:00pm - Complimentary Post-Performance Celebration
Saturday, January 27: 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday, January 28: 5:30pm
Thursday, February 01: 7:00pm - After Shows With The Crows Programming
Friday, February 02: 8:00pm
Saturday, February 03: 2:00pm & 8:00pm
Sunday, February 04: 5:30pm


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Baltimore, MD 21201

Baltimore Theatre Project

Baltimore Theatre Project