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Review: ‘Superman 2050’ at The Kennedy Center’s Family Theater

The Kennedy Center Theatre for Young Audiences is currently presenting an imaginative theatrical experience, Superman 2050, produced by Theater Unspeakable. Founded in 2010 by Marc Frost, Theater Unspeakable works to create new physical theater pieces. Superman 2050 was the company’s first project and they are now developing what will be their fourth original touring production, called […]

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‘Jack’s Tale A Mythic Mountain Musical Adventure’ at The Kennedy Center’s Performances for Young Audiences

The Kennedy Center and Nashville Children’s Theatre (NCT) have joined forces to bring a new premiere family show called Jack’s Tale A Mythic Mountain Musical Adventure to the Kennedy Center’s Performances for Young Audiences. It’s  passionately directed with loving care by NCT’s Artistic Director Scot Copeland. The show returns to Nashville for a run from February 19 – […]

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‘The Gift of Nothing’ at The Kennedy Center

Looking for a new, fun and entertaining way to spend the afternoon in a historic setting with the kids this holiday season? Introducing a brand new musical for the first time anywhere, The Kennedy Center presents the world premiere production of The Gift of Nothing, which opened last Saturday in the Family Theater, an inviting […]

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World Stages: International Theater Festival ‘Savannah Bay’ at The Kennedy Center

  The World Stages: International Theater Festival takes the center stage at The Kennedy Center, March 10-30, 2014 bringing together some of today’s most exciting theatrical visionaries presenting an unprecedented focus on theatre from around the globe.Twenty-two theatrical offerings from nineteen countries, and every continent except Antarctica, are represented in this theater Festival of dynamic […]

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 (l-r) Christopher Wilson (Crazy Glue), Mark  Halpern (Jason), and Rana Kay (Dream Girl). Photo by Scott Suchman 2013.

‘Jason Invisible’ at The Kennedy Center by Yvonne French

Jason Invisible is a cross between Sesame Street and an A.A. meeting with all the best parts of each playing across the sweet face of lead actor Mark Halpern, especially his slowly dawning looks of realization and pleasure that people care about him. Halpern plays Jason Invisible, who is “flying under the radar, incognito” because […]

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