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In the Moment: ‘Image China: Dragon Boat Racing’ at the Kennedy...

Explore some of the modern culture and 20th-century history, the music and movement, of the world’s most populous country, China. Take in a full-scale...

Review: Yannick Nézet-Séguin Leads The Philadelphia Orchestra in ‘Energetic’ Music

Yannick Nézet-Séguin’s latest program with The Philadelphia Orchestra was an intelligently thought-out adventure. The central work was Alternative Energy by Mason Bates, in its...

In the Moment: Jane Franklin on ‘The Migration Project’ Opening Tomorrow...

With an interest in the stories of refugees and other wandering souls, which I presumed is based upon my own family fables of wanderings...

Review: ‘Turandot’ at Opera Philadelphia in Philadelphia, PA.

Danger and darkness lurk around every corner of Opera Philadelphia’s stunning new production of Turandot, a co-production with Minnesota Opera, Cincinnati Opera, Pittsburgh Opera,...

Review: The Silk Road Ensemble with Yo-Yo Ma at Wolf Trap

A high school teacher of mine used to say that there are two universal languages in the world. One is math; the other is...

A Report on ‘AFI DOCS’ Part 2: ‘Sonita,’ ‘The Road,’ and...

One of my favorite strategies for navigating the sheer volume of films in a packed festival is to, on at least one day, let...

Review: ‘El Paso Blue’ at GALA Hispanic Theatre

 ‘El Paso Blue’ in long-awaited East Coast Premiere at GALA It took roughly 20 years for Octavio Solis' El Paso Blue to make it to...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #11: New York’s Ten Best of 2015...

It was an active year, heavily marked by new and revisited musicals. The attendance and box office numbers were good, both on and off...

‘The Gin Game’ at The John Golden Theatre in New York...

Donald L. Coburn was born in 1938 in Baltimore to parents who were divorced two years later. His early life was unexceptional; he graduated...

‘Chimerica’ at The Studio Theatre

Lucy Kirkwood did not think up the word Chimerica—it was coined by a historian and an economist to name the combustably combined economies of...

2015 Capital Fringe Preview #19: ‘God: The One Man Show’ by...

Hi, Rich Potter here. When I was 6 years old, the girl down the street told me about God, and how He created everything. I asked,...

Young Playwrights’ Theater Presents The 20th Anniversary Festival at Theater J

“Really? A pre-teen wrote this? No way!They did? Wow!” Those were my thoughts as I was drawn into the celebration of “the best of” twenty years of...

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...

In the Moment: Reduced Shakespeare Company Brings ‘Extravaganza’ to Reston Community...

The Reduced Shakespeare Company (RSC) has been performing in the DC area for well over two decades, thanks to the folk at the Reston...

The Playwright’s Playground: The Playmakers CATF 2014: Associate Producing Director...

The curtain closed yesterday, August 3, 2014, on the 24thseason of five plays at the Contemporary American Theater Festival, but the anticipation to next...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Mandarin Orange’

The cute and clever title and a quick read of Kate Robards’one woman show synopsis can’t help but put a smile on your face. Mandarin...

Dana Carvey and Dennis Miller at The Kennedy Center

Dana Carvey and Dennis Miller performed at the Kennedy Center on Saturday night, and what I expected to hear and see was right on!...

‘The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer’ Plays Tonight Through...

THE ADVENTURES OF ALVIN SPUTNIK: DEEP SEA EXPLORER“Winner **Outstanding Solo Show** New York Fringe Festival TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY- FEB 6 + 7 + 8 +...

‘Wedding of Ordos’ at The Kennedy Center by Jessica Vaughan

Visit outer Mongolia at The Kennedy Center just in time for the Chinese New Year next Friday for the Wedding of Ordos, which is...

Interview with Army Sergeant First Class Julie Boehler, Principal Timpanist of...

Sergeant First Class Julie Angelis Boehler is the Principal Timpanist of The United States Army Band "Pershing's Own." In 2003, she became the first...

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