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Review: ‘2.5 Minute Ride’ at Theatre Horizon

There’s a lot going on in Lisa Kron’s life. There’s her brother’s upcoming marriage, a ceremony that’s being held at a Jewish community center...

‘Total Verruckt!’ at Baltimore Theatre Project

I have to admit I had extremely high expectations when I went to last night’s opening of Total Verruckt!, the one-woman show currently –...

Art and Survival: A Conversation with Joanna Caplan, Creator and Performer...

Total Verruckt! presents the real-life story of members of the Camp Westerbork Theatre Group, an unlikely troupe that was formed at the Westerbork Transit Camp...

Standout CDs of Three Rising Classical Artists: Einav Yarden, Yevgeny Kutik,...

Debut recordings by emerging classical performers face enormous challenges. There’s the issue of finding unique material or a unique voice after so much music...

‘Signs of Life’ at American University by Jessica Vaughan

American University staged a very special reading of a very special musical Signs of Life about an important part of our history. It was billed as a...

‘The History of Invulnerability’ at Theater J by Katie Elizabeth Quinn

Forget 3-D superhero movies. In The History of Invulnerability at Theater J, Director Shirley Serotsky and her crack team of actors and designers bring...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ