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Monumental Theatre Company Presents ‘Sex Swap: A Gender Bender Cabaret’ at Cobalt on March 6, 2015 at 7 PM by Michael Windsor

Monumental Theatre Company is a new professional nonprofit theatre company in the DC area run by Jimmy Mavrikes, Michael Windsor, and Beth Amann. In their senior year at Catholic University Beth and Jimmy ran the student run theatre company, CenterStage. They met with Michael and shared dreams of running a theatre company together. Monumental Theatre […]

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Obsession and Transcendence: ’33 Variations’ Opens on Friday Night at Silver Spring Stage by Lennie Magida

It started with a waltz, a seemingly insignificant waltz written by someone who was hardly a musical giant: Anton Diabelli, a music publisher and minor composer in early 19th century Vienna. And it no doubt would have ended there had Diabelli not invited Vienna’s leading composers to compose variations on his little waltz. But he did. […]

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City of Fairfax Theatre Company Presents ‘Doubt: A Parable’ March 5-8 and 10-12, 2015 by Kirsten Boyd

The City of Fairfax Theatre Company will present John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt: A Parable on March 5-8 and March 12-15, 2015. Performances will take place in the Downtown City of Fairfax, Old Town Village – 3950 University Drive, in Fairfax, VA. The Pulitzer Prize winner for Drama (2005) and Tony Award winner for Best Play, Doubt: […]

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We’re Giving Away 2 Pairs of Tickets to WSC Avant Bard’s ‘Othello’ for This Friday, February 27th! Enter by Noon on Thursday!

We Are Giving Away 2 Pairs of Tickets to WSC Avant Bard’s Othello for this Friday, February 27th at 7:30 PM! A story of love, betrayal and uncontrollable compulsions, William Shakespeare’s timeliest tragedy unfolds against the backdrop of war in the Middle East and the struggles of returning veterans to cope with their traumas. Members of an elite […]

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IBIS Free Concert Today at 4 PM: QUARTET FOR THE END OF TIME A Free Chamber Music Concert at Clarendon United Methodist Church by Susan Robinson

TODAY AT 4 PM AND FREE!! QUARTET FOR THE END OF TIME A Free Chamber Music Concert Sunday, February 22 at 4:00 pm Clarendon United Methodist Church 606 N Ivy Street, Arlington VA “The most ethereally beautiful music of the 20th century…”* …and arguably the most important as well. Don’t miss the opportunity to hear […]

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Kensington Arts Theatre Announces Its 2015-2016 Season by Dana Herson

KENSINGTON ARTS THEATRE ANNOUNCES 2015-2016 SEASON Kensington Arts Theatre Artistic Director Craig Pettinati announces the DC-Metro theatre’s 2015-2016 three musical season featuring early works of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Schwartz. Opening the season in Fall 2015 will be ‘70s rock opera, Jesus Christ Superstar, followed by recent Tony Award winner for best revival, Pippin, […]

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DC Job Fair Held at Arena Stage Tomorrow From 10 AM to 2 PM

THE D.C. JOB FAIR SPONSORED BY CHARLES ALLEN, ELISSA SILVERMAN AND ARENA STAGE AT THE MEAD CENTER FOR AMERICAN THEATER TOMORROW, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2015 FROM 10:00 A.M. – 2:00 P.M. Driven by the overwhelming public response to the previous four public job fairs, which featured partnerships with more than 40 participating organizations and were […]

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Howard Community College Presents Arts Collective’s Dance Company Concert March 5 to 8, 2015 by Susan G. Kramer

Ninth-annual dance concert to feature inspiring contemporary works from locally and nationally recognized choreographers – performed by outstanding HCC students, and guest artists Continuing its tradition of bringing compelling and powerful dance to the Greater Baltimore Area, the Arts Collective Dance Company (ACDC) of Howard Community College (HCC) presents its ninth annual concert, offering four […]

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Damascus Theatre Company Presents ‘The Musical of Musicals: The Musical’ February 19th-March 1st by Elli Swink

Damascus Theatre Company presents a hilarious Ode to Broadway Genres with The Musical of Musicals: The Musical. Damascus Theatre Company (DTC) nominated for 6 WATCH (Washington Area Theatre Community Honors) in 2014, proudly presents the comic satire of musical theatre with its production of The Musical of Musicals: The Musical. This is a musical about […]

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Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater Announces Its 2015/16 Schedule

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater announced its 2015/2016 Schedule. It will feature five world premieres, three musicals, three powerful dramas making regional debuts, and collaborations with artists and theaters across America. ______ Dear Evan Hansen World-premiere musical with book by Steven Levenson, lyrics by Benj Pasek and music by Justin Paul Directed by Michael […]

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Meet the Cast of the McLean Community Players’ Production of 13: Part Three: Celine Jelinski, Gabrielle Gardner, Jayne Saxon Zirkle, Olivia Kulczycky, Rachael Cranston, and Rebecca Blacksten by Laura Beth Dailey

13 is a hilarious, coming-of-age rock musical with music and lyrics by Tony-Award winning composer Jason Robert Brown and a book by Dan Elish and Robert Horn. The story centers around Evan Goldman, who must quickly establish his popularity and avoid an un-cool label amongst his middle school classmates after moving from New York City […]

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Review Just Posted. McLean Theatre Company Presents the Musical ‘Big Fish’ on February 16, 19-22nd by Brent Stone

Update: Here is Joel Markowitz’s review of Big Fish. ______ The McLean High School Theatre Company (MTC) premieres the musical Big Fish to the Metro DC area this February. Led by Artistic Director, Amy Poe, and Music Director Bobby McCoy (1st Stage, Keegan, McLean Community Players), the award-winning company brings this big-hearted musical of a father’s story, […]

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Meet the Cast and Director of Spooky Action Theater’s ‘Last of the Whyos': Part Two: Meet Michael Kevin Darnall by Roberta Alves

This is the second in a series of interviews with the cast of Spooky Action Theater’s Last of the Whyos. In Part Two: Meet Michael Kevin Darnall. This past Monday night Michael Kevin Darnall was nominated for a Helen Hayes Award for his performance of Mortimer Mortimer in Failure: A Love Story at The Hub Theatre. Congrats! Roberta: Why […]

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A Full Moon for el Festival de Teatro para Niños by Christine Stoddard

Season to season, festival to festival, Teatro de la Luna, co-founded by Mario Marcel and Nucky Walder, ping-pongs between the Gunston Arts Center and Rosslyn Spectrum Theatre. One of the metro’s two bilingual theater companies, the Arlington arts organization also ricochets from schools to embassies to libraries and wherever else audiences demand Spanish-language performances. From […]

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