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Review: ‘The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat’ at...

Oliver Sacks' non-fiction book, The Man Who Mistook His Wife For A Hat, consists of a series of neurological case studies. Each study examines...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Once Upon a Bedtime’

The Silver Finch Arts Collective is back at the Fringe Festival with their first children’s show: Once Upon a Bedtime. But what a sophisticated...

‘Carousel’ at Live Arts Maryland

The version of Carousel, with Music by Richard Rodgers and Book and Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II, presented in the recently renovated theater of Maryland Hall for...

‘The Gypsy Baron’ at Victorian Lyric Opera Company

One might not be surprised to hear Johann Strauss Jr’s The Gypsy Baron described as delightful and charming, as that is what a late...

‘The Whole Truth’ at Urban Arias

“Contemporary Opera” or even “Original Opera” are not categories that immediately reveal their meanings to the average consumer of theatre. Sure, we may know...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘A Fire in Water’ by Michael Oberhauser

We here at Silver Finch Arts Collective are excited to be back at the Capital Fringe Festival after our last production, Fallen Angels in 2012, was...

A Report on ‘A Fire in Water’ at Silver Finch Arts...

A Fire in Water, a modern, one-act chamber opera in Silver Finch Arts Collective’s cooker, has all the elements of a masterwork: timeless themes...

2013 Capital Fringe Festival Show Preview: ‘The Young Wife’ by K....

A rare one-woman opera crosses the Atlantic Not yet twenty years old, a sheltered girl named Gabriela was forced to marry a greedy lieutenant who...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Four Women’ by Clarissa McKithen

Four Women is not a performance, but a journey. Not a performance, but an experience into the multiple dimensions of black womanhood. This production...

‘Iolanthe’ at The Victorian Lyric Opera by Anne Tsang

Given the current political climate, The Victorian Lyric Opera Company’s performance of Gilbert and Sullivan’s political satire Iolanthe seems particularly apropos. The operetta, now...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Trial by Jury’ by Francine Schwartz

Gilbert and Sullivan's Trial by Jury is a satire of the British legal system. It is a fun little farce, an appertif only 45 minutes...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Gilbert & Sullivan’s Trial by...

GILBERT & SULLIVAN CREATE LAW AND DISORDER IN WILD 'TRIAL' Pop culture collides with stodgy British Jurisprudence in this year's Victorian Lyric Opera Company entry...

‘The Sorcerer and Trial by Jury’ at The Victorian Lyric Opera...

Last night, I was introduced to the classical world of Gilbert and Sullivan, but with a twist. The Victorian Lyric Opera Company decided to...

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