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Review: ‘Rock and Roll Man: The Alan Freed Story’ at Bucks...

Who was the first rock and roller? You could say it was Elvis Presley, the first rock and roll superstar. Or Bill Haley, the...

Review: ‘All Shook Up’ at Act Two at Levine

Seeing All Shook Up at Act Two at Levine last weekend was like an adventure in time travel. The show, which played for one weekend only,...

Review: ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ at Riverside Center for the Performing Arts

On December 4, 1956, four young performers found themselves participating in an impromptu jam session in the recording studio of Sun Records in Memphis,...

Charm City Fringe Review: ‘The Shoemaker’s Holiday’ at Baltimore Shakespeare Factory

The Shoemaker’s Holiday: A Firking Funny Production at BSF This weekend, I had the good fortune to be at Baltimore Shakespeare Factory (“BSF”), as part...

Review: ‘The Legend of Georgia McBride’ at Arden Theatre Company in...

It’s drag to the rescue in playwright Matthew Lopez’s camp comedy The Legend of Georgia McBride, now in production at Arden Theatre Company. Filled...

Review: ‘Bye Bye Birdie’ at The Goodspeed

I have been viscerally connected to this charming musical about teenage life during the mid-1950s, when pop music was surrendering to the hot wave...

Review: ‘Million Dollar Quartet’ at Infinity Theatre Company

In addition to bringing Broadway to Annapolis on a more intimate scale, Infinity Theatre Company transported audience members to a magical moment in time,...

Movie Review: ‘Elvis & Nixon’

It’s not every day that the world’s greatest entertainer asks the President to become an undercover narcotics agent (and the badge that goes with...

Review: Monica Bill Barnes & Company: ‘Happy Hour’ at The Kennedy...

Monica Bill Barnes & Company Serving Up Food for Thought … and Cake In life some things that are easy look hard and others that...

‘Side Man’ at The Colonial Players

They say that art is the decoration of space, but music is the decoration of time. More than mere decoration, though, music captures time,...

‘Million Dollar Quartet’ at Wolf Trap

Wow, just wow! There is a reason why Million Dollar Quartet is a Tony Award-winning musical. It features a talented cast, amazing singing, and musicianship, incredible...

‘Picasso at the Lapin Agile’ at The Salem Players

What would happen if two of the most influential and prolific geniuses of the 20th century randomly met and hung out for a night...

Steve Martin’s ‘Picasso at the Lapine Agile’ Continues at The Salem...

Pablo Picasso and Albert Einstein walk into a bar.... No, it is not a joke, it's a play that could only spring from the...

Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons at Strathmore

Just too good to be true, we can’t take our eyes off Frankie Vallie and his crew The Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons show at...

‘The Rat Pack Together Again’ at Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper...

In the setting of the Bethesda Blues and Jazz Supper Club, I was expecting The Rat Pack to bring me on a nostalgic trip...

‘Il Volo’ at Wolf Trap

Last night's Il Volo concert is THE best show/concert I've seen at Wolf Trap in a long time! After every song, the singers received standing ovations...

‘The Weirdo Show’- A Modern Midway and a Really Weird Video!

The Weirdo Show has the feeling of an old carnival midway, which is no surprise as it’s produced by local sideshow performer and afficionado,...

‘Picasso at the Lapin Agile’ at Vienna Theatre Company by Eliza...

What do Picasso, Einstein, and Steve Martin have in common, apart from the obvious? Come along to a must-see performance of Picasso at the...

‘The Lunch and Judy Show’: ‘Just Pretend’ by Judy Stadt

I am the host and creator and writer and editor of The Lunch and Judy Show. I am so honored to bring you The Lunch...

‘Million Dollar Quartet’ at The Kennedy Center by Derek Mong

Million Dollar Quartet is back! After having performed a run here in Washington earlier this year, the remarkable quartet of the celebrated Elvis Presley...

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