‘Little Dancer’ at The Kennedy Center

Little Dancer Offers a Glorious, Unique Addition to the World of Musical Theater Little Dancer is sheer perfection for ballet and musical theater fans alike – enchanting dancing, a glorious score, and a haunting, and memorable original book. That rarity in these days of Hollywood spinoffs – an original musical – The Kennedy Center’s mesmerizing […]

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Meet the Cast of The Masqueraders’ ‘Translations’ at The United States Naval Academy–Part 8: Clara Navarro

This is the eighth in a series of interviews with the cast of The Masqueraders’ production of Translations. Meet Clara Navarro. Joel: Introduce yourself to our readers and tell them what other shows you have appeared in and some of the roles you have played. Clara: Hi! My name is Clara Navarro and I am a sophomore at the […]

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‘The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism With a Key to the Scriptures’ at Theater J

This is a big play,” the playwright Tony Kushner has said without understatement, and without an argument from anyone. It’s sprawling and sweeping and awesome in depth and breadth. It’s also long, about three and a half loquacious hours, with a title so discursive it has been foreshortened to “iHo.” But as Director John Vreeke’s […]

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‘Oedipus the King’ at Lean & Hungry Theater

In an age of 24 hour cable news and social media saturation, the good ole’ fashioned radio play may seem like an artifact of a simpler time. But for Lean & Hungry Theater, a DC based company that partners with the local NPR affiliate, WAMU 88.5, to produce radio adaptations of Classic works, the radio […]

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