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Act Two @ Levine Music Students Perform ‘Parade’ for Show’s Composer and Lyricist Jason Robert Brown by Lauren Selman

Students of Act Two @ Levine Music Pre-Professional Program performed the Tony Award-winning musical Parade for the show’s composer and lyricist, Jason Robert Brown. Act Two’s Parade was initially performed in the Kogod Cradle at Arena Stage and was remounted for Mr. Brown at Georgetown Preparatory School. “Levine is a process-focused music school and bringing […]

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HCC’s Arts Collective Reschedules Auditions for ‘Ragtime’ to Saturday, February 8th from 10 am to 2 pm

 HCC’s Arts Collective Reschedules Auditions for Ragtime To:  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8th From 10 AM-2 PM. Appointments Still Available!  Due to Recent Inclement Weather-Related Closure (2/3) at Howard Community College, A NEW Audition Date has been scheduled for  Saturday, February 8, 2014, 10 am – 2 pm.   All Ages and Ethnicities Encouraged to Attend. Due […]

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Time for Three at the Kennedy Center by Emily Cao

Time for Three took to the Terrace Theater stage at The Kennedy Center on Monday night as part of the Fortas Chamber Music Concerts series. The internationally acclaimed, self-dubbed “classically-trained garage band” led the hall in a head-bobbing and giddy adventure through bluegrass and folk-infused arrangements of Bach to Katy Perry that had audience laughing […]

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Act Two@Levine’s Pre-Professional Program and ‘Parade’ at The Kogod Cradle at Arena Stage by Jane Coyne

It is always a privilege to support aspiring young artists and the wonderful organizations and professionals who provide them with training and opportunities to explore and experience the performing arts. As such, I was pleased to be invited to attend Act Two @ Levine’s opening night of Parade, presented in the Kogod Cradle at Arena […]

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‘Disney’s Beauty and the Beast JR.’ at Bravo@KAT by Bev Fleisher

All of us were raised with the enchantment of fairy tales, from Thumbelina (Hans Christian Andersen) and Cinderella (Charles Perrault), to Rapunzel (Brothers Grimm), many of them later popularized by Disney. Today I was thoroughly enchanted by Bravo@KAT’s presentation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, JR.’s ‘Beast Cast’ in this double-cast performance, and it was as enchanting as any […]

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Arts Collective @HCC Holds Auditions for ‘Ragtime the Musical’ Tomorrow 2/1 and Mon 2/3

Open Auditions: All Ages and Ethnicities Encouraged to Attend  HCC’s Arts Collective Announces Auditions for Ragtime TOMORROW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST AND MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2014 Arts Collective proudly announces auditions for its spring production of Ragtime the Musical.  Book by Terrence McNally, lyrics by Lynn Ahrens, music by Stephen Flaherty, and based on the novel […]

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‘An Inspector Calls’ at Rockville Little Theatre by Bev Fleisher

Who-done-its often involve multiple twists and turns, dead ends, and tangential material —all leading to the capture of the criminal and justice served at the last moment. Director Laurie Freed did a masterful job guiding her terrific cast in Rockville Little Theatre’s superb An Inspector Calls. I was so impressed that the story line was presented […]

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‘THIS’ at Vienna Theatre Company by Annie Bradley Ermlick

As described by Alan in Melissa James Gibson’s THIS, middle age is, “a sense of intense urgency mixed with exhaustion.” Making its Northern Virginia area debut, the Vienna Theatre Company presents the play THIS, a witty comedy-filled with searing, intelligent characters, which explores the crossroads that face five friends pushing against middle age. The play is […]

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The WATCH AWARDS Nominees React!-Part 1 by Joel Markowitz

How did thy feel when their names were announced as a WATCH AWARD nominee? A Father and a Son Are Nominated Outstanding Special Effects Chip Gertzog and Jimmy Gertzog Chip Gertzog & Jimmy Gertzog– Little Shop of Horrors – Providence Players of Fairfax. From Chip: “It is always wonderful to get a nod from the WATCH […]

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Opening TOMORROW at Rockville Little Theatre: A New Take on ‘An Inspector Calls’ by Ken Kemp

Rockville Little Theatre brings a fresh perspective to J.B. Priestly’s “An Inspector Calls” for two weekends, starting tomorrow – January 24th at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre in Rockville, MD. The Birling family is celebrating Sheila’s engagement to Gerald Croft, when a mysterious inspector comes to call. It becomes clear that they are implicated in a young […]

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‘THIS’ Opens Tomorrow Night at Vienna Theatre Company

Opening Tomorrow: THIS by Melissa James Gibson – A story about Friendship, Adultery, Kids, Careers, Loss and Life at 40. Playing Jan. 24-25, Jan. 31-Feb 2 and Feb. 7-9 At Vienna Theatre Company Produced by Jessie Roberts Directed by Tom Flatt Receiving its Northern Virginia area premiere, This is a bright, tart, and melancholy comedy […]

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This Sunday, Playwright John Morogiello Leads Q&A With the Cast of ‘Blame it on Beckett’ at Montgomery Playhouse by Bruce Hirsch

This Sunday January 12th, Montgomery Playhouse presents a special performance of Blame it on Beckett at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn. There will be a Q & A after the show with the cast and director and they will be joined on stage by the playwright of Blame it on Becket – John Morogiello. JOHN MOROGIELLO is a Playwright […]

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‘Blame it on Beckett’ Opens January 10th at Montgomery Playhouse at The Gaithersburg Arts Barn by Bruce Hirsch

Start the New Year with comedy! Blame it on Beckett by John Morogiello Directed by David Dossey and starring Chris Hawkins, Linda Hirsch, Nick Sampson, and Emily Sucher. The Gaithersburg Town Courier says, “With heart, comedy, and acerbic wit, not to mention great doses of anxiety, it reveals a play’s harrowing journey to the stage and […]

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