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‘Víkingur Ólafsson, Piano’ at Nordic Cool 2013 by Keith Tittermary

The arts in Washington, DC are an ever-evolving landscape. Being in the political center of the country we sometimes underestimate the resources that organizations...

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater Announces 10...

ARENA STAGE AT THE MEAD CENTER FOR AMERICAN THEATER ANNOUNCES 10 SHOWS FOR 2013/14 SEASON Four world premieres including a work by Resident Playwright Charles...

‘Split This Rock: Call and Response’ at INTERSECTIONS at Atlas by...

Split This Rock is a non-profit organization that teaches and performs spoken word poetry or slam poetry. A huge part of the organization is...

‘Legacy: A Conversation Through Contemporary Ballet’ at MOVEiUS Dance at INTERSECTIONS...

MOVEiUS Dance presented Legacy: A Conversation Through Contemporary Ballet, an audience-friendly afternoon of work by multiple choreographers, yesterday as a part of the Atlas INTERSECTIONS...

‘Dante’s Inferno’ at Washington Stage Guild by Amanda Gunther

Abandon all hope ye who enter here. Sit back and prepare yourself for the perilous journey into the bowels of hell as Dante the...

‘Stars and Stripes: Tour-de-Force’ at The Washington Ballet at Sydney Harman...

The Saturday matinee performance of Stars and Stripes: Tour-de-Force was, indeed, a tour de force for The Washington Ballet, the dancers, choreographers, and anyone else...

‘Voice(s)’ by DancEthos at INTERSECTIONS at Atlas Performing Arts Center by...

The Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival continued its mission of "creating connection through innovative art" today with Voice(s) by DancEthos. For a refreshing twist in the...

‘The Drowsy Chaperone’ at The Catholic University of America by Jessica...

Catholic University spoofs musicals everywhere in a hilarious production of The Drowsy Chaperone, the show-within-a-show that lovingly satires the best and worst in musical...

Tomorrow at 2 PM MOVEiUS Dance Premiere of ‘Legacy’ at INTERSECTIONS...

MOVEiUS Dance will present “Legacy: A Conversation Through Contemporary Ballet” TOMORROW, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2013 at 2 pm, at the Sprenger Theatre at Atlas...

GWU New Plays Festival ‘wild42hold’ by Rick Westerkamp

On Thursday night, while waiting for the GWU New Plays Festival’s wild42hold to begin, I was transported to an attention-grabbing site. Thanks to the...

‘Brutus’ at The Catholic University of America by Justin Schneider

On stage, a man tosses and turns in his sleep. Nearby in an overstuffed leather chair, a woman rests. The view from the audience,...

4th Annual ‘Intersections Festival’ Opens Today At Atlas Performing Arts Center

Atlas Performing Arts Center opens their Fourth Annual INTERSECTIONS Festival tonight with over 800 DC area artists performing theatre (14 plays are on the schedule),...

‘Metamorphosis’ at Nordic Cool 2013 at The Kennedy Center by Colleen...

Metamorphosis: The transformation from one form to another. This is the core of the thought-provoking dark comedy Metamorphosis written by Franz Kafka. Gregor Samsa...

‘The Convert’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

Complex cultural and religious collisions come to a head at a play most befitting of Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s 33rd Season: My Roots, My...

‘Metamorphoses’ at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater...

 (Ten stars if we had them) Zimmerman and Ovid Transform Arena Stage The first thing you notice of course is the pool: you can smell it...

‘Scooby-Doo Live! Musical Mysteries’ at The Warner Theatre by Grace Kim

Ahhh Scooby-Doo, such a classic cartoon that always has a way of making me feel nostalgic for those carefree childhood days when Saturday mornings...

‘Canterbury’ at Pointless Theatre by Pat Davis

It is not exactly Chaucer’s England. Here there are moat bears. There is chocolate, too, along with women who want inordinate quantities of it....

‘Valentine’s Dance Trilogy: Angels, Demons, and Savages’ at The Phillips Collection...

What do painters Jackson Pollock, Alfonso Ossorio, and Jean Debuffet have in common? The current exhibit Angels, Demons and Savages at The Phillips Collection...

‘The Skin of Our Teeth’ at American University by Alexa Kelly

It’s a play that willfully does not want to make sense. It revels in the absurd. At every turn, it asks us—hey, just go...

‘Butterfly’ at Wanderlust Theater Lab by Jessica Dall

Walking into the Takoma Park Community Center Theater, it’s possible to tell right away that there is something unsettling about Tom Block’s new play,...