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Review: ‘Empanada For A Dream’ at 1st Stage

Proust may have had his mother’s madeleine, but Juan Francisco Villa has his mother’s empanada to stir up memories of his gritty, hard scrabble...

Interview: Landis and Jennifer Smith Discuss ‘The Beast in the Bayou’...

The great thing about fairy tales is their malleability. Fairy tales have been around for millennia and are often transported from country to country,...

Review: ‘Ira Glass: Seven Things I’ve Learned’ at Wolf Trap

Usually when attending Wolf Trap it is to partake in either a concert or an opera, or a musical. Ira Glass’ unique show shook...

John Jiler on 11th Hour Theatre Company’s Next Step Concert Series’...

Big Red Sun, the post World War Two-era musical Georgia Stitt and I are developing at the 11th Hour Theatre Company of Philadelphia, began life...

‘So, You Want to Talk for TED’ – A Personal Report...

TED and TEDx talks are a kind of popular mini-theater that has a world-wide audience. Although it wasn’t spelled out on my 'bucket list,”...

A Mother and a Son Look at ‘The Velocity of Autumn’...

Last week my son and I were part of yet another audience captivated by Estelle Parsons and Stephen Spinella playing mother and son in...

‘A Storyteller Comes to Silver Spring for a House Concert’ By...

Several years ago when Silver Spring, MD story-lover Laura Hagmann was driving back from the annual October National Storytelling Festival in Jonesborough, Tennessee, she...

Two More Saturdays to See Storytellers Anne Thomas and John Donvan...

                SOLO  SERIES Double Feature – Two more Saturdays to see this Outstanding Performance by two Fine Storytellers....

Andy Offutt Irwin & Cathy Fink in an Evening of Storytelling...

On April 7th at Dance Exchange, the room was filled Saturday night when Georgia storyteller Andy Offutt Irwin was in Takoma Park for a show...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ