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Benefit: ‘One Night in Bangkok’ Featuring Members of ‘The King and I’ to Benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS on August 14

Join members of The King and I’s royal court as they step out of character for good fun and a good cause at One Night in Bangkok, a one-night only cabaret benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS at DC’s Bistro Bistro on Monday, August 14. The event will feature Broadway tunes, pop songs, dances choreographed […]

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2016 ‘Man of the District’ on Monday, April 16th at 7 PM at Penn Social: Meet the Judges, Contestants, & Masters of Ceremony

2016 Man of the District Announces Featured Performer, Judges, and Contestants Monday, May 16th at 7 PM at Penn Social -801 E Street Northwest, in Washington, DC. BUY TICKETS HERE. Stage and film actor/singer Nicholas Rodriguez scheduled to perform. Nicholas Rodriguez – Actor and singer. Nick is perhaps best known for the role of Nick Chavez on […]

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La-Ti-Do! Begins Performances at Bistro Bistro Tonight at 8 PM with Chris Sizemore and National Broadway Chorus & American Pops Orchestra

Come see La-Ti-Do’ new venue at Bistro Bistro 1727 Connecticut Ave, in NW Washington, DC TONIGHT AT 8 PM  La-Ti-Do presents Helen Hayes Award winner Chris Sizemore and members of The National Broadway Chorus and American Pops Orchestra. Purchase your tickets to The American Pops Orchestra’s Stairway to Paradise on Friday, October 16th  and 8 PM […]

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Big Changes at La-Ti-Do! New Venue and Partnering with Arena Stage & Shakespeare Theatre Company

La-Ti-Do’s Fall 2015 Season & Special Events Announcement Produced by La-Ti-Do DC A part of the weekly La-Ti-Do series from October – December 2015 FALL for some of Washington, DC’s best and brightest stars and members of partner organizations!” La-Ti-Do DC is MOVING locations to Bistro Bistro Restaurant – 1727 Connecticut Ave, in NW Washington, DC […]

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LA-TI-DO Premieres at 54 Below on Tuesday, September 1st at 9:30 PM

LA-TI-DO, the collision of musical theatre and spoken word poetry, Premieres at 54 BELOW, BROADWAY’S SUPPER CLUB 54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, presents La-Ti-Do on September 1, 2015 at 9:30 pm. La-Ti-Do is a cabaret where musical theatre and spoken word poetry collide. La-Ti-Do debuts at 54 Below featuring some of both Washington, DC and New York’s finest musical and spoken […]

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LaTiDo Sings Oscar Nominated Songs Tonight at 8 PM

Tomorrow at La Ti Do, we sing Oscar nominated songs and say farewell to our February monthly feature: Lauren Du Pree and our spotlight Mary Payne Omohundro. Weekly Spoken Word feature: Gowri K Guest Performer: Marni Whelan Oscar Song Performers: – Hilary Morrow & Don Mike Mendoza “A Whole New World” – Carrie Heflin, “The […]

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‘La-Ti-Do’ Is Looking For A New Home: An Open Letter to the DC Area Arts Community by Don Michael Mendoza

An Open Letter to the DC Area Arts Community: Providing a safe, inclusive and encouraging environment is of the utmost importance when creating and experimenting with any art form. La-Ti-Do served the local music and spoken word communities by making that available and has had the privilege to do so at the Black Fox Lounge since […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Love Song To Miss Kitty’

With their tight jeans, high heeled boots, and well endowed means of transport, cowboys have always been pretty gay. But the homo western vibe is taken to new and outrageous heights in LaGoDi’s hilarious Love Song To Miss Kitty. Set in a lesbian owned, Gunsmoke inspired saloon that features both country and techno music, Love […]

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Tomorrow Night at La-Ti-Do: Cast Members of Quackensteele’s ‘Tick, Tick, Boom! and VIjai Nathan and Jamie Hardin at 8 PM

TOMORROW MAY 19TH at 8 PM!  A FAHBAHROUS La-Ti-Do Birthday! It’s that time of week again for La-Ti-Do: WINNER of DCMetro TheaterArts’ Special Award in 2012 and 2013. This month we feature multiple artists of Asian/Asian American heritage! This Monday, we celebrate Regie Cabico’s birthday and see some excerpts from his solo show Godiva Dates & One […]

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DCMetroTheaterArts Staff’s 2013 Special Awards

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts bestows the following Special Awards upon: Theater J,  under the leadership of Artistic Director Ari Roth, programmed the most consistently relevant and socially engaged theatrical season of the year with its productions of Apples from the Desert; Boged (Traitor): An Enemy of the People;Race;Andy and the Shadows;The Hampton Years;After the Revolution;The Argument; Woody Sez:  A Musical […]

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La-Ti-Do Presents ‘Crossing’ Tomorrow Night-Monday, 10/14@8 as Part of ‘The Musicals of Matt Conner’ by Don Michael Mendoza

Another week of Matt Conner’s musicals at La-Ti-Do! Check out the cast of Crossing before its World Premiere at Signature Theatre this month. Also, see the fierce singer/actor Emily Levey and spoken word greats Gowri K and Bomani Armah along side our guests Ava Silva & Tara Trinity! Don’t miss out! Limited $10 tickets here. La-Ti-Do presents: […]

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La-Ti-Do Tonight at 8 PM With Mikah Meyer, Shadoe Williamson, Sophia Walker, Carolyn Agan, & Chris Sizemore by Don Michael Mendoza

It’s that time of week again for La-Ti-Do: WINNER of DC Metro Theater Arts’ Special Award for Best of 2012! TONIGHT AT 8 PM AT THE BLACK FOX LOUNGE- 1723 Connecticut Avenue NW, in DC This week we celebrate our partnership with the annual poetry summit, Capturing Fire, where we will feature the performers from […]

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DCMetroTheaterArts is One Year Old Today!

DCMetroTheaterArts is one year old today. Thanks to all our readers for supporting and visiting our site. A special thank you to the theatre and arts communities who welcomed us and reached out to help us and support our efforts. And to all the following DCMTA writers and staff and volunteers who helped make this […]

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