Author Archive | Maria Kuhns


‘The Laramie Project’ at Indian Creek Upper School

The Indian Creek Upper School production of The Laramie Project by Moisés Kaufman and Members of the Tectonic Theater Project on Saturday evening at the Jack and Nancy Becker Center for the Performing Arts is a riveting and powerful chronicle of the October 1998 kidnapping and brutal murder of 21 year-old University of Wyoming gay […]

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Cheap Trick at Ram’s Head Live!

My first time to Ram’s Head Live! in Baltimore last night evening certainly delivered a magical evening, thanks to four guys I’ve been listening to for a lot of years. If you could take a walk down the musical path of premier American bands, you’d run straight into Cheap Trick, who have been captivating audiences […]

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‘Heart’ at Wolf Trap

Tuesday evening at Wolf Trap was not about female singer diva glitz or the vestiges of 80’s glamour rock. What it weir scintillating harmonies and punchy guitar riffs, these two hard-swinging, kick-butt musicians and songwriters broke down the gender barriers as the first female rockers to front their own band, a swell as write and perform […]

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Dana Carvey and Dennis Miller at The Kennedy Center

Dana Carvey and Dennis Miller performed at the Kennedy Center on Saturday night, and what I expected to hear and see was right on! These guys are on top of their game, relevant, and funny as hell! No doubt, Carvey and Miller, who performed to a packed concert hall audience, did a bang-up job poking […]

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‘Sex Please We’re Sixty’ at Bowie Community Theatre

Bowie Community Theatre’s production of Sex Please We’re Sixty, is an American farce of charming, vivacious, and funny explorations into the libidos and trysts of men and women over a certain age who are still trying to prove they have it what it takes to be—ahem—amorous!  While the title might make you initially cringe and […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: “C-“

(Best of the Fringe!) C-, a SPNP Tech production is a one-man play featuring writer and director Eric Jaffe. The performance, based on Jaffe’s interviews of his former hard-partying fraternity brothers, takes a real and broad comic look into life 20 years after college. Jaffe’s main purpose is to ask them one BIG question, “What […]

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‘Ringo Starr and His All-Starr Band’ at Wolf Trap

Talk about adding to your own personal bucket list! Last night at the Filene Center at Wolf Trap, a huge audience “got by with a little help from my friends” as Ringo Starr and his All-Starr Band got together as one big company of harmony and music. The band’s current lineup featuresmusical luminaries Steve Lukather […]

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‘Proof’ at The Little Theatre of Alexandria

The powerful The Little Theatre of Alexandria’s production of Proof takes us into the complex world of mathematics and mental illness, where the combinations are alarmingly similar in the way that the genius of poetry and numbers intertwine. David Auburn’s scintillating story, which won the Pulitzer Prize in 2001, fully invests you in the drama’s […]

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