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Nibbles and Sips Around Town: ‘Go Green!’ by Jordan Wright

After a grand sweep through Ireland last May, I have become a huge fan of their hospitality... and especially of their food and drink....

‘Into The Woods’ at Centerstage by Amanda Gunther

Once upon a time the great Stephen Sondheim tried his pen at fairytales. Cinderella is on the run from the prince, Jack’s beanstalk adventures...

‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’ at The Warner Theatre by Natalie McCabe

“I’m not dead yet!” is whispered, shouted, and sung throughout Phoenix Entertainment's very much alive and engaging touring production of the Tony Award-winning 2005 Best...

FIST at Washington Improv Theater by Ally Jenkins

Do you like American Idol, The Voice and...? Do you like "March Madness"? Then you’ll love Washington Improv Theater (WIT)’s cheerfully exuberant mash-up Fighting...

‘Experience Hendrix 2012 Tribute Tour’ at The Music Center at Strathmore...

The ground breaking, innovating, guitarist Jimi Hendrix became a legend of rock and blues music in his brief life. Forty years after his death...

‘An Evening with Smokey Robinson’ at The Kennedy Center by Mike...

Saturday, March 3, 2012 was declared ‘Smokey Robinson Day’ in Washington, D.C. by Mayor Vincent C. Gray shortly before the legendary musician took the...

‘Legally Blonde The Musical’ at Act Two @ Levine by Andrew...

Making great theatre is “all in the timing.” How could Act Two @ Levine have known their production of Legally Blonde The Musical would...

Nibbles and Sips Around Town: ‘Poldark To The Rescue and Other...

Last Wednesday the swashbuckling Captain Ross Poldark swept into town and into the salon of prominent Georgetown socialite, Nancy Taylor Bubes. Well actually it...

‘Adapting Cinderella’ at Glass Mind Theatre by Amanda Gunther

We are the modern fairytale. But waiting in a New York City subway station for the fairytale to come to us; the fairy godmother...

‘The Magical Lamp of Aladdin’ at Encore Stage and Studio by...

Children’s Theatre Encore Stage and Studio presents The Magical Lamp of Aladdin, a lively production directed by Chuck Leonard. By engaging children and adolescents...

Nibbles and Sips: ‘GrooveLily Rocks The Barns At Wolf Trap –...

GrooveLily band member and powerhouse electric violinist, Valerie Vigoda, talks with Jordan Wright about the group’s meteoric career and what fans will hear at their...

‘Pippin’ at Greenbelt Arts Center by Amanda Gunther

Every dreamer has to find their own little corner of the sky and that is exactly what you might find in the dreamy hopeful...

‘Shining City’ at The Capital City Players By Charles Miller

Some Shining Moments in Shining City Irish playwright Conor McPherson’s Shining City is a beautiful, poignant play with an almost preternatural ring of truth to...

‘Everything in the Garden’ at University of Maryland School of Theatre...

Today all anyone ever seems to be talking about is the economy — money problems. It fills the newspapers and the speeches of the...

‘Angela Gheorghiu’ at Washington National Opera by Simon Chin

Angela Gheorghiu almost lives up to the hype. At a time when many of opera’s reigning stars are relentlessly overpraised by the public relations...

Nibbles And Sips Around Town: ‘Very Cherry Celebrations’ by Jordan Wright

Ahh the cherry…luscious fruit and symbol of spring in our Nation’s Capitol.  But why?  The cherry trees whose airy pink blossoms grace the Tidal...

Cyle Raving: ‘On the Brink of the Waterfront’ by Cyle Durkee

There are few relationships as complex as those that are created by actors and directors working together.  They’re soggy with shared experience and emotion....

‘The Addams Family’ at The France-Merrick Performing Arts Center at The...

Every family has one. This family happens to have 25. Broadway Across America takes you into a deep dark hole - and yes, you...

‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day’ at...

Adventure Theatre presents Alexander and the Terrible. Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day, a production based on the classic children’s book by Judith Viorst....

‘I Love You Because’ at Reston Community Players by Doug Poms

Reston Community Players’ production of I Love You Because is delightful. A romantic and humorous homage to the dating scene in current day New...

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