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Review: ‘Buyer & Cellar’ at 1812 Productions

Jonathan Tolins’ captivating one-man play Buyer & Cellar is partly factual (or part truth, or partly true), in that there is indeed a mall...

A Chat with Singer Carla Cooke: Performing a Tribute to her...

I recently had the great privilege to have an engaging interview with the dynamic artist Carla Cooke, a wondrous singer in her own right...

Review #2: The American Pops Orchestra Presents ‘Don’t Rain On My...

8-track tape: It's the only medium of Barbra Streisand recordings that I do not own. LP, cassette, VHS, CD, DVD, mp3, mp4 ... I...

Review #1: ‘Don’t Rain on My Parade: 75 Years of Streisand’...

Streisand came to DC for a quick pre-inauguration visit. Well almost, but not quite. Well, maybe my first sentence is a little bit of...

Review: ‘Buyer & Cellar’ at Bucks County Playhouse

Say what you will about Barbra Streisand – whether you love her massive talent or ego, or not, you have to admit there’s no...

Live Arts Maryland Celebrates Composer Marvin Hamlisch on Saturday, November 12th...

Live Arts Maryland Celebrates Composer Marvin Hamlisch on Saturday, November 12th at 8 PM at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis,...

An Interview with Martha Stuckey: A Debut Album Launch for Red...

Fresh out of the recording studio, Red 40 & the Last Groovement is getting ready for the release of their debut album, She’s Keen...

‘Love Can Build a Bridge’: An Anti-Violence Charity Concert: Interviews With...

The violence in the US and overseas has rattled millions of people, making many of us feel vulnerable. Sarah Gafgen, well-known actor, singer, and...

Review: Barbra Streisand: ‘Barbra: The Music…The Mem’ries…The Magic!’

A diva in the best sense of the word, Barbra Streisand has always understood that only an artistic perfectionist could span decades inspiring generations with...

Review: The Arden Cabaret Series with Tony Braithwaite at Arden Theatre...

At one point on opening night of his latest show, Tony Braithwaite asked if any of his fellow Georgetown University graduates were in the...

Review: ‘Johnny Mathis –The 60th Anniversary Concert Tour’ at Strathmore

Johnny Mathis, iconic and legendary vocalist of love songs, jazz, tin pan alley, Brazilian music, holiday music and the Great American Songbook, celebrated his...

Review #2: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: ‘Broadway Divas’

Maybe you could not dance all night, but on Thursday, March 31, 2016, when the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra performed Broadway Divas at the Music...

Review #1: Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: ‘Broadway Divas’

What does one call a group of Broadway divas? After tonight’s performance of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, under the direction of Maestro Jack Everly,...

An Interview with Singer Jen Creed-Performing ‘A Night at the Oscars’...

Jen Creed, once a mathematician and former recruiter in the investment management industry, now sits on the Board of Directors of The Voice Foundation, and teaches voice, and serves...

The Long View: ‘How ‘Romeo and Juliet’ was Re-written over 50...

Yes, Virginia -- and DC and Maryland also -- this West Side Story is Real. A Real Masterpiece. Even more, perhaps a Christmas miracle, in Shirlington...

Barbara Cook’s Spotlight: Randy Graff at The Kennedy Center

Tony Award-winning (City of Angels) Broadway, concert, and cabaret artist Randy Graff dazzled the crowd Friday night at the Kennedy Center’s intimate Terrace Theater. Graff...

Gladys Knight and the O’Jays at Wolf Trap

“Tonight is all about love!” proclaimed the Empress of Soul, Gladys Knight herself, as she and the O’Jays gave the crowd an amazing night...

‘Bayla Sings Barbra’ at 2015 Summer Cabaret Series at Creative Cauldron

“A musical buffet for the audience” is the way Matt Conner, Creative Cauldron Associate Artist and curator of the Cauldron’s 2015 Summer Cabaret Series described...

‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’ at Silhouette Stages

Silhouette Stages' hilarious production of Monty Python's Spamalot opened last night at Slayton House in Columbia, MD. It is based on the movie Monty Python and...

An Interview With Washington, DC Piano Sensation Thomas Pandolfi About Classical...

If Thomas Pandolfi hasn’t done all that a pianist can do to present an exceptionally broad range of music to an engaged public, he...

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