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Review: ‘Donizetti’s Don Pasquale’ at The In Series: Opera & More

Happiness is a theatrical adaptation that successfully reinvents the original. The In Series' production of Gabriel Donizetti's 1843 comic opera Don Pasquale, now playing...

‘Don Giovanni’ at The In Series

The In Series takes Mozart to a 1920s bible belt Revival in a creative and fun reimagining of Don Giovanni. Artistic Director Carla Hübner...

‘Abduction from the Seraglio’ at The In Series by Jessica Vaughan

The In Series, DC’s own pocket opera company, has commissioned a new libretto for Mozart’s famous comic opera, Abduction from the Seraglio in an...

The In Series: ‘Pocket Opera: Love & Money’ by Jessica Vaughan

The In Series, DC’s premier company for intimate opera and classical concerts, closes their season with a creative pairing of two very different, moving...

DCMetroTheaterArts is One Year Old Today!

DCMetroTheaterArts is one year old today. Thanks to all our readers for supporting and visiting our site. A special thank you to the theatre...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Arlen & Berlin Occupy the Fringe!” by Jennifer...

Arlen & Berlin Occupy the Fringe! tries to gain Fringe-worthy edginess for its loving review of classic songs from the 30s and 40s by...

SILVERDOCS: ‘Don’t Stop Believin’: Everyman’s Journey’ by Bari Biern

In 2008, a young Canadian singer/songwriter named Justin Bieber was discovered on YouTube by the man who later became his manager. Halfway across the...

‘SILVERDOCS’ Now Open Through June 24th by Bari Biern

Yesterday the AFI-Discovery Channel SILVERDOCS Documentary Festival opened and will run through June 24th. SILVERDOCS is celebrating its tenth anniversary at the historic AFI Silver...

NYC Theater Review: ‘Gore Vidal’s The Best Man’ by Bari Biern

On March 31, 1960, Gore Vidal’s political drama, The Best Man, premiered on Broadway. The play was set in two posh hotel suites at...

Film Review:’ Bernie’ by Bari Biern

Not since Mr. Joyboy, the mortuary cosmetician from Evelyn Waugh’s The Loved One, has there been a more memorable mortician than Bernie Tiede. In addition...

Film Review: ‘Blue Like Jazz’ by Bari Biern

Steve Taylor directs this indie film, adapted from a 2003 memoir by American author, Don Miller.   In Blue Like Jazz, nineteen-year-old Miller (Marshall Allman)...

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