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Review: Herbie Hancock at The Kennedy Center

Legendary Oscar and multi-Grammy-winning pianist and Kennedy Center Honoree Herbie Hancock solidified his avant-garde artistry on the Concert Hall stage Tuesday night, highlighting “smatterings” of his latest jazz compositions from his eagerly anticipated new album (set for release in 2018), fused with reframed hits from his 60-year career. Fastidiously accompanied by drummer Vinnie Colaiuta, bassist […]

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TONIGHT at 7:30 PM: The Rainbow Theatre Project presents ‘Say You Love Satan’ at Source by Anna Russell

THE RAINBOW THEATRE PROJECT PRESENTS SAY YOU LOVE SATAN AT SOURCE TONIGHT – MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2014 AT 7:30 PM Attendees promised a helluva good time at this devilishly-funny free event! The Rainbow Theatre Project presents Say You Love Satan by D.C.-native Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa in the third slot of their inaugural season of concert readings. […]

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The Rainbow Theatre Project presents ‘Say You Love Satan’ This Monday, 2/24@7:30 PM at Source by Anna Russell

THE RAINBOW THEATRE PROJECT PRESENTS SAY YOU LOVE SATAN AT SOURCE THIS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2014 Attendees promised a helluva good time at this devilishly-funny free event! The Rainbow Theatre Project presents Say You Love Satan by D.C.-native Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa in the third slot of their inaugural season of concert readings. Directed by John Moletress, […]

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‘Seminar’ at Round House Theatre by David Friscic

Floating windows at the top of the stage! That Is not, necessarily, the first thing you marvel at in the Round House Theatre’s current and stimulating new play Seminar for, indeed, all the elements of a solid and professional production are vividly on display here in Theresa Rebeck’s witty and absorbing play. Under the astute […]

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‘Civil War to Civil Rights: The Well-Being of a Nation’ at The Clarice Center for the Performing Arts by Ramona Harper

Martin, Medgar, Malcolm, Thurgood, Colin, Jesse, Sammy, Trayvon, Barack.  Julian. Searing black and white snapshots of America’s past and present were opening images for the University of Maryland’s Civil War to Civil Rights: The Well-Being of a Nation symposium, an event of the National Civil War Project hosted by the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center […]

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