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An Interview With Reggie Bügmüncher

Burlesque is an adult art form and as such interviews with burlesque performers include adult language. I met Reggie Bügmüncher (pronounced boo-moo-shay) when we both performed at a benefit for the late, burlesque great Dixie Evans. She was having a rough night and, in a Strangers on a Train moment, I offered to rough up […]

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‘Pippin’ is Playing at The National Theatre: A Chat with John Rubinstein on Coming into the Broadway Production, Playing Charles, and Playing Pippin in the Original Broadway Production

[Editor’s Note: Press Night for The National Tour of Pippin is tonight at The National Theatre in DC, and John Rubenstein is here to play King Charlemagne direct from The Tony Award-winning Broadway production. Teresa McCormick Ertel interviewed John right after he began performances on Broadway ((June 19, 2014 – August 24, 2014).. Here’s her interview: Actor, director, teacher, […]

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‘5 Minutes with Leo Sushansky’ and National Chamber Ensemble’s Holiday Concert is This Sunday, December 14th at 4:30 PM at Artisphere Spectrum Theatre

Leonid (“Leo”) Sushansky is a critically acclaimed violinist and the Artistic Director of the National Chamber Ensemble, Artisphere’s ensemble-in-residence, was interviewed by The Rosslyn Bulletin. This interview originally appeared in the Winter 2014 issue of Rosslyn, a publication of the Rosslyn Business Improvement District. Five Minutes with Leo Sushansky Leo sat down with the Rosslyn BID’s […]

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Arts Collective @ HCC’s ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ Interviews Part 3: ‘Leaps in Time With Noah Bird, Rachel Bailey, and Emma McDonnell’

If George and Mary Bailey, the main couple in It’s a Wonderful Life, time traveled from the 1940s to the 2010s, they might have trouble identifying with the young actors cast in three of the pivotal roles in the play (produced by Arts Collective @HCC [AC]. If they spoke to Noah Bird who plays George, […]

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A Chat With Ken and Jack Ludwig on ‘Tiny Tim’s Christmas Carol’ at Adventure Theatre MTC

It’s not every day one gets to mingle with Ken Ludwig, but since Tiny Tim’s Christmas Carol premiered, Adventure Theatre MTC (ATMTC) has been buzzing with the energy of the show’s internationally-acclaimed playwright and all-star cast. This is Ludwig’s second piece for young audiences and his second collaboration with Michael Bobbitt, Producing Artistic Director for ATMTC. […]

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