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Vocalist Vuyo Sotashe with Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra, Wynton Marsalis

South African jazz singer Vuyo Sotashe returns to Strathmore this week on December 14 and 15 to perform holiday standards with the Jazz at...

Review: ‘Talley’s Folly’ at Theater J

As Talley's Folly opens, 40-something-year-old, self-described “hairy Jewish accountant” Matt Friedman (John Taylor Phillips) steps onto the stage and informs the audience that he...

Review: ‘My Father’s Dragon’ at Synetic Theater

Synetic Theater produces another visually captivating and emotion-filled journey in their newest show, My Father’s Dragon. The story, adapted by Ryan Sellers, is based...

Review: The Gay Men’s Chorus Holiday Show

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC presented their annual Holiday Show on a cold winter’s night and the warmth exuded by this very...

Review: ‘The Panties, The Partner and The Profit’ at Shakespeare Theatre...

Just in time for an escape from too many holiday-spiked eggnog toasts, Shakespeare Theatre Company (STC) provides an appealing, sugar-coated farce to indulge audiences....

Soloman Howard: Southeast’s Operatic Superstar Reprises ‘The Lion, the Unicorn, and...

Growing up in Southeast DC, Soloman Howard had a godfather who saw to it that the young singer’s obvious basso gift did not languish...

Indicoe: Networking Organization Gets Artists from A to B

Whether you are an actor, a dancer or a painter - being an artist can be a lonely business, characterized by short-term jobs, self-doubt...

Review: ‘Madeline’s Christmas’ at Creative Cauldron

This holiday season, Creative Cauldron reprises Madeline's Christmas, with book and lyrics by Jennifer Kirkeby and music by Shirley Mier, based on the beloved...

Review: ‘The Importance Of Being Earnest’ at Everyman Theatre

The Importance Of Being Earnest, often touted as a perfect comedy, plays at Everyman Theatre in downtown Baltimore through the end of the month....

Review: ‘The Christmas Revels: An Elizabethan Celebration of the Winter Solstice’...

Washington Revels rings in the holiday season with their 36th annual production of The Christmas Revels. For those unfamiliar with the revels format, the...

Review: The Second City’s ‘Love, Factually’ at the Kennedy Center

The Second City lights up the Kennedy Center’s holiday season again this year with their new production, Love, Factually. Featuring a top-rate cast directed...

Report: ‘2018 DC Queer Theatre Festival’ at The DC Arts Center

Now in its sixth year, The DC Center’s DC Queer Theatre Festival delivers on its promise to unleash and celebrate underrepresented voices and diversity....

Review: ‘She The People’ at the Second City at Woolly Mammoth...

It’s common knowledge that the female cast members of Saturday Night Live like Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones practically run the high-profile comedy sketch...

Review: ‘A Wonder in my Soul’ at Baltimore Center Stage

“We fight like cats, but we love like dogs.” Marcus Gardley, the author of A Wonder in my Soul has just the right way of...

DC-based Conductor Angel Gil-Ordóñez Brings Classical Music to 40th Annual Havana...

When patrons of the 40th annual Havana Film Festival in Cuba enter the city’s Cine la Rampa on December 8, they’ll be treated to...

Review: ‘The Chronicles of Narnia’ by the Arts Collective at Howard...

If Narnia was one of your beloved childhood worlds, you have the opportunity to share it with your nearest and dearest without anyone having...

Review: ‘The Nutcracker’ by Ballet West at The Kennedy Center

Ballet West’s Nutcracker, conducted by Jared Oaks, is one of the most unique productions to hit the stage this season at the Kennedy Center. Steeped...

Review: ‘Anastasia’ at The Hippodrome Theatre

There’s nothing wrong with Anastasia: The New Broadway Musical that a little modern relevance wouldn’t cure. It certainly looks sensational inside the grand proscenium...

Review: ‘Gem of the Ocean’ at Round House Theatre

There are only ever seven characters onstage in this majestic production—three of them former slaves—but it is as if multitudes of Africans lost crossing...

‘Indecent’ at Arena: Victor Raider-Wexler Returns to Washington in the Role...

The role of Otto in Paula Vogel’s Indecent—the Tony Award-winning play at Arena Stage—is an actor’s dream. The play, about a Yiddish melodrama that scandalized...

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