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Meet the Cast of Providence Players of Fairfax’s ‘The Glass Mendacity’ by Chip Gertzog

Tonight, The Providence Players open The Glass Mendacity, a hilarious comedy parody of some of Tennessee Williams’ most celebrated works: The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire and Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. It’s Big Daddy’s birthday and the entire blended family, a comedy cocktail of characters each one more of a caricature than the last, […]

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‘The Glass Mendacity’ opens at The Providence Players of Fairfax Tomorrow Night, May 29th at The James Lee Community Center Theater by Chip Gertzog

The Providence Players of Fairfax’s production of The Glass Mendacity opens tomorrow night at The James Lee Community Center Theater – 2855 Annandale Road, in Falls Church, VA. The Glass Mendacity is Maureen Morley and Tom Willmorth’s hilarious comedy parody of some of Tennessee William’s most celebrated works: The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire, and Cat on a […]

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Silver Spring Stage’s Production of Tom Stoppard’s ‘On the Razzle’ Opens This Friday, May 29th

Silver Spring Stage presents On the Razzle by Tom Stoppard, directed by Erin Bone Steele and produced by Jim Robertson, a frantic farce of slapstick shenanigans, mistaken identities, unremitting display of puns, clever crossword puzzle tricks, sly sexual innuendos and romantic complications. As intellectually stimulating as Stoppard’s reputation, On the Razzle was never meant to more […]

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Talkback Today Following 3 PM Matinee of ‘The Letters’ with Playwright John W. Lowell at MetroStage by Carolyn Griffin

THEATRE-GOING PLAY LOVERS: We had a great, informative, engaging talk back with playwright John W. Lowell after the matinee performance of The Letters yesterday and will have another talkback with John today Sunday May 17 following the 3 pm show. It is a great opportunity to hear thoughts from this engaging playwright about this intriguing […]

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Broadway’s Norm Lewis Entertains at Round House Theatre GALA This Saturday Night

An evening with Norm Lewis Saturday, May 9, 2015 Don’t miss your chance to see Broadway’s history-making Phantom! Tony-nominee Norm Lewis performs a selection of his show-stopping hits from Porgy and Bess, Phantom of the Opera, Les Misérables and more. 6:00 pm Reception and Sponsor Dinner at BF Saul 7501 Wisconsin Ave, Bethesda, Maryland (entrance on East West Highway, […]

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Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC to Host Dialogue on Equality Following The 3 PM Performance of ‘Born This Way’ on Saturday, May 16th

 Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC to Host Dialogue on Equality  DC Event Takes Place in Conjunction with Born This Way Concerts and Debut of LGBTQA Youth Chorus Demonstrating the power of music to unite people and to remind us of the common bonds we share, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington (GMCW) will host a dialogue on […]

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Guitarist Orlando Roman on The National Chamber Ensemble’s ‘Musical Gems of Mexico’ on Sat May 9th at 7:30 PM

This Saturday, May 9th at 7:30 PM The National Chamber Ensemble will be hosting Guitarist Orlando Roman talks about the concert. What is your relationship with Mexican classical music? Mexican music has always been an integral part of my repertoire. Mexico has a rich tradition of guitar music which I have employed in my solo, chamber, and […]

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Theater J Announces its 2015-2016 Season

From Amy Friedman, Director of Marketing & Communications, Theater J: Theater J today announces its 2015-2016 season, a lineup of seven diverse plays ranging from personal, intimate explorations to sweeping, cross-cultural journeys. The season will explore the effects of war and violence on those who experience it close-up; the intersection of African-American and Jewish culture; the […]

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Jane Franklin Dance Gala ‘Zip Through a Tight Space’ on 5/20@7pm at NVCC in Alexandria, VA. 1/2 Off Discount for DCMTA Readers

Zip Through a Tight Space RACHEL M. SCHLESINGER CONCERT HALL AND ARTS CENTER, NORTHERN VIRGINIA COMMUNITY COLLEGE, ALEXANDRIA CAMPUS 3001 North Beauregard Street, Alexandria VA May 20 @ 7 pm (703) 933-1111 HALF-OFF TICKETS FOR DCMTA READERS: Tickets:   – Use Code MetroDC for 50% off It’s a natural rhythm if you like to make […]

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MetroStage Announces Changes to its Spring and Summer Schedule: ‘Anne & Emmett’ and ‘The Letters’ Announced; ‘The River’ Returns

METROSTAGE UPDATE: A show added. Dates change. A show returns. Everything you need to know about this spring (and summer) at MetroStage.  A METROSTAGE UPDATE  in CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER: MetroStage is pleased to announce that Janet Langhart Cohen’s Anne & Emmett, directed by Thomas W. Jones II, with original music by Joshua Coyne and for this […]

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Washington Performing Arts Presents Ute Lemper Performing ‘Forever: The Love Poems of Pablo Neruda’ to the Sixth and I Street Historic Synagogue This Saturday at 8 PM by Gary Tischler

Ute Lemper contains worlds, and moons, and each time she comes to Washington, she brings a different world, a different song with her. Lemper is in most circles considered a cabaret singer, that ever growing tribe of singers and performers that are best seen and heard in intimate settings, a club, a hotel bar, someplace […]

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Adventure Theatre MTC Announces Cast of Steampunk ‘Oliver!’ Playing July 24-August 16th at Round House Theatre

 ADVENTURE THEATRE MTC ANNOUNCES THE CAST OF OLIVER! FEATURES YOUTH PERFORMERS AND HELEN HAYES AWARD RECIPIENTS & NOMINEES Adventure Theatre MTC is thrilled to announce the cast of this summer’s OLIVER!, ATMTC’s two-act steampunk reimagining of the musical by Lionel Bart. Actors Melynda Burdette, Marni Ratner, Keith Richards, Danny Pushkin, Greg Twomey, Jennie Lutz, Kelsea […]

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The National Theatre Announces its ‘Broadway at the National’ 2015-2016 Lineup

  Broadway At The National 2015-16 Features Washington Premieres Of Motown The Musical, Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella, And The Wizard Of Oz, Featuring New Songs By Tim Rice & Andrew Lloyd Webber Full Season Includes Return Of Smash Hit Jersey Boys, Family Favorite Annie ______  Broadway At The National Subscriptions On Sale Today, April 20  ______ […]

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Montgomery Playhouse Spotlight Series Continues This Sunday With ‘Tales of Wonder’ at 7:30 PM at The Arts Barn by Bruce Hirsch

Join us THIS SUNDAY NIGHT April 19TH for the second presentation in The Montgomery Playhouse Spotlight Series: Tales of Wonder Staged readings presented in partnership with Arts on the Green at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn Directed by Brennan Jones.  With: Amy Barnard Leena S Dev David Dossey Bruce Hirsch Linda Hirsch McKenna Gervase Kelly Joseph N. Mariano […]

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