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Review: André Watts with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore Music...

André Watts brought an ecstatic audience to its feet after his magnificent performance of Sergei Rachmaninoff’s beloved Piano Concerto No. 2 in C Minor....

Review: National Symphony Orchestra: ‘Shakespeare at the Symphony: From Tchaikovsky to...

It may be a little known, but hardly surprising, fact that the works of William Shakespeare have inspired more music than any other work...

Meet The Cast of Castaway’s Repertory Theatre’s ‘Cat On A Hot...

In Part 3 of our series of interviews with the cast of Castaways Repertory Theatre’s production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, meet...

Meet The Cast of The Castaways Repertory Theatre’s ‘Cat On A...

In Part Two of a series of interviews with the cast of Castaways Repertory Theatre’s production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, meet...

Meet The Cast of The Castaways Repertory Theatre’s ‘Cat On A...

In part 1 in a series of interviews with the cast of Castaways Repertory Theatre’s production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, meet...

Review: ‘Henry IV Parts I & II’ at The Rude Mechanicals

Over 17 years, The Rude Mechanicals, a local theater company specializing in classic works, has made its way through nearly all of Shakespeare’s enduring...

Meet The Cast of Britches and Hose Shakespeare Company’s ‘Henry IV’:...

In our interview with the cast of Britches and Hose Shakespeare Company’s gender-blind production of Henry IV, Part 1, meet Dave Joria (Prince Hal),...

‘Henri IV Part 2’: The Re-Gendered Henry IV Repertory at Brave...

After stifling a rebellion and slaying your opponents to the throne, what else is there to do? According to Shakespeare, you commiserate on themes...

‘Henri IV Part I’: The Re-Gendered Henry IV Repertory at Brave...

With the Women's Voices Theater Festival in DC still going strong, Brave Spirits Theatre asks its audiences to consider the role women have in...

Meet The Director and Cast of PWLT’s ‘Julius Caesar’: Part 2:...

In Part 2 of a series of interviews with the director and cast of Prince William Little Theatre’s production of Julius Caesar – set...

‘Henry IV Part I’ at the Baltimore Shakespeare Factory

"What is honor?" It's what King Henry IV is fighting to uphold. It's what Harry Percy, the Hotspur, is fighting to defend. It's what Prince...

2015 Capital Fringe Preview #37: ‘To Err is Falstaff!’ by Louis...

Imagine one of Shakespeare’s dodgiest characters, John Falstaff, as a political advisor in modern day DC. Fired by the President he runs a K...

‘Sweeney Todd’ at Virginia Opera Company

Fog was already filling the vast Concert Hall at the George Mason University Center for the Arts when I settled in to watch the...

‘Speaking of Shakespeare, Falstaff, and King Henry IV’ with Stacy Keach...

What’s the best place to enjoy a scrumptious lunch surrounded by ever-changing exhibits by local artists, while hearing celebrated actors and writers engage each...

‘Henry IV Part 2′ at Shakespeare Theatre Company

Henry IV Part 2 King for a Day Have you ever lived life without a superego? If so, you may have some notion of what...

‘Henry IV Part 1″ at Shakespeare Theatre Company

Henry IV Part One: Honor Among Thieves Falstaff, like Sherlock Holmes, is one of those characters who are so memorable they almost seem alive. He...

Special 30% Discount for ‘Henry IV Part 1’ and ‘Henry IV...

Here's a special offer from Shakespeare Theatre Company for DCMTA Readers:Two of Shakespeare’s most popular works, Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2 contain some of the playwright’s most...

The Washington Chorus: ‘The Essential Verdi’ at The Kennedy Center

The Washington Chorus, marking the 200th anniversary of Giuseppe Verdi’s birth with a series of concerts, offered the sixth on Sunday evening, with a program...

Zachary Appelman on Playing Henry V at Folger Theatre by Joel...

Zachary Appelman has audiences and critics hailing his royal performance as Henry V at Folger Theatre. He tells us how he prepared for the...

Robert Richmond on Directing ‘Henry V’ at Folger Theatre by Joel...

Director Robert Richmond talks about his vision for Henry V at Folger Theatre, which is receiving raves from audiences and local critics alike. Joel: Why did you...

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