The Hot L Baltimore is set in a 1973 hotel on the Eastern Seaboard of an impoverish neighborhood. The characters who call this dilapidated hotel home consists of fugitives, prostitutes, elderly and poor working class. The hotel is set to be demolished in a matter of weeks and its residents are faced with the reality of having to uproot themselves into the unpredictable and not so promising future. Prior to receiving eviction notices and face with a wrecking ball, the hotel used to be one of the most regarded hotel's in the city. Landford Wilson’s brilliantly crafted comedy is packed with sharp wit, raw chracters and clever punchlines that are certain to keep our audience engaged.