|Costumed characters greeted patrons at the BSO's|
Sci-Fi Spectacular concert on February 22
Having spent most of the afternoon attending the American Craft Council’s annual craft show at the Baltimore Convention Center, I decided the same outfit was quite appropriate (and comfortable) for the evening’s venue, as well: a pair of copper-colored BrazilRoxx jeans with shiny studwork and shimmering embroidery, paired with a gossamer shawl by Sterling Styles. I changed only my top, switching from a simple cotton tank to a sequin-covered camisole by Ann Klein. With glittery copper earrings from Chico’s to highlight a gorgeous electroplated oak leaf necklace from Nature's Creations which I found at the craft show, I added only a copper bracelet and a “dea dread” hair comb before making my way to the Joseph B. Meyerhoff Symphony Hall in Baltimore City’s arts and culture district.
|The Meyerhoff Symphony Hall is|
a study in modern architecture
|A lone Storm-Trooper "guards" the|
stage before the concert begins
|George Takei and Kristen|
Plumley added an authentic
note to the evening
|These Star Wars characters helped|
put patrons in the mood for space
“Space, the final frontier. These are the voyages of the starship Enterprise. Its five-year mission: to explore strange new worlds, to seek out new life and new civilizations, to boldly go where no man has gone before.” ~ Star Trek’s introductory sequence, narrated by William Shatner at the beginning of all but one of the series’ original episodes.