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Magic Time! ‘The Last Schwartz’ at Theater J

What is it that’s so tried and true about plays about siblings? Must be something universal, because there are so gosh darn many of...

Review: ‘The Last Schwartz’ at Theater J

There have been so many plays about dysfunctional families—think about August: Osage County, for example, or The Sisters Rosensweig—that it’s hard to believe that...

‘What I Did Last Summer’ at McLean Community Players by Francine Schwartz

McLean Community Players' production of A.R. Gurney's What I Did Last Summer is beautifully directed by Adriana Hardy, and is a showpiece for young actors...

‘The Last Night of Ballyhoo’ educates and entertains at Bowie Community Theatre

Who is a Jew? Will you go with me to the Ballyhoo ball? Those are two questions the Jewish upper-middle-class Freitag family kvetch about...
Sandra Hartman and Brian Jason Kelly. Photo by Jim Pifer.

Review: ‘Suddenly Last Summer’ at Old Academy Players

What did happen to Sebastian last summer? This sounds like a murder mystery, right? But if Tennessee Williams writes the mystery, one can be certain...

‘Unlimited: The Music and Lyrics of Stephen Schwartz’ at No Rules Theatre Company and...

Having Composer Stephen Schwartz in the audience last night really pumped up the talented young cast of singers and musicians at Opening Night of...

‘Etiology’ at The Catholic University of America by Francine Schwartz

The Catholic University of America's Department of Drama presented a very moving production of Etiology, a new play - an M.F.A. playwriting  thesis -...

Nellie McKay at the Mansion at Strathmore by Francine Schwartz

As a part of a new series, Say It With Song, Nellie McKay sold out  the first of two evening events at the atmospheric Mansion at...

‘A Tribute to the Music of Rodgers & Hammerstein & Andrew Lloyd Webber’ at...

The Reston Community Players opened their 47th season with a rousing and well-conceived juxtaposition of iconic songs from the well-loved musicals of Rodgers &...

‘Sandy Hackett’s Rat Pack Show’ at Strathmore by Francine Schwartz

Last night at the Strathmore the Rat Pack rose again. Sandy Hackett, the son of legendary comedian Buddy Hacket, played Joey Bishop, Tom Wallek...

NSO Pops: Wayne Shorter 80th Birthday Celebration with the Wayne Shorter Quartet and Esperanza...

Wayne Shorter, his Quartet, and vocalist Esperanza Spalding appeared last night in another sold-out concert at The Kennedy Center. There was a new work...

‘Come Blow Your Horn’ at The American Century Theater by Francine Schwartz

The American Century Theater (TACT) has an ambitious portfolio of theater performances, defined by their mission statement as presenting the classics of the 20th...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Politician’ by Francine Schwartz

The Politician is a satire poking fun at the politicians and media circus of Washington. A follow-up to The Pundit, last year's Capital Fringe...

‘The 49th Annual Music Hall’ at The British Players by Francine Schwartz

On Saturday, June 23, 2013, I enjoyed a rousing good time at The British Players' Music Hall, the 49th anniversary of a popular event...

‘The Embroidery Girl’ at The Kennedy Center by Francine Schwartz

Last night the Kennedy Center Opera House hosted The Embroidery Girl, undertaken by the China Wuxi Performing Arts Group, and the Agis Center for Arts...

18th Annual Mary Lou Williams Women in Jazz Festival at The Kennedy Center by...

Dee Dee Bridgewater, the host of NPR's award winning weekly syndicated show, JazzSet, was the celebrant of the 18th Annual Mary Lou Williams Women...

Gretchen Parlato at WPAS at the 6th and I Synagogue by Francine Schwartz

Gretchen Parlato, winner of the 2004 Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocals Competition, has toured internationally with her own band and as a guest of many world-renowned...

Walnut Street’s ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ at George Mason U’s Center for...

Walnut Street Theatre’s Independence Studio brought audiences at George Mason University's Center for the Arts a fast-paced adaptation of Jules Verne’s masterpiece Around the...

Nnenna Freelon at The KC Jazz Club at The Kennedy Center by Francine Schwartz

The KC Jazz Club featured Nnenna Freelon in their cabaret style venue last night. Those of you who attended the Thelonius Monk Competion in September, also at...

‘How I Paid for College’ at The Hub Theatre by Francine Schwartz

The Hub Theatre should be the first stop in a long run for How I Paid for College - a 'monologsical' written by Marc...