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Review: Washington Performing Arts Presents Chris Botti at The Kennedy Center

Washington Performing Arts Produces an Eclectic and Entertaining Musical Evening with Chris Botti I went to a Chris Botti concert and Cirque du Soleil and...

‘Wish List’ at The Hub Theatre

The Hub Theatre has one of the most intimate spaces I have seen for professional theater in the Metro area. The collaborators who created...

‘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...

‘When You Wish’ at Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC

The seeming “spontaneity,” humor, and freshness of the Gay Men's Chorus of Washington, DC's (GMCW) repertoire and their current concert When You Wish, which...

‘Rockin’ the Holidays’ at The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC

Rockin’ the Holidays, the current Christmas holiday offering from the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC (GMCW), is a winner on all levels: vocally, technically...

‘Sister Act’ at Hippodrome Theatre

Holy heaven it’s time to raise your voice because the good news has arrived! The five-time Tony Award nominated musical Sister Act has descended...

Washington Performing Arts: Chris Botti

Washington Performing Arts Produces an Electrifying Concert Grammy-winning trumpeter Chris Botti was born to entertain. A mesmerizing trumpet player, Botti can play hot and he...

‘Sister Act’ at The Kennedy Center by Derek Mong

Hallelujah! Sister Act is here for a short time only at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ Opera House, and you...

‘Behind the Barricade at Toby’s’ Part 9—An Interview with Daniel Felton...

"Now bring me prisoner 24601!" The time is up—well, nearly anyhow (they close on November 10th), as the end of the epic run of Les...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s Part 8: An Interview With Larry...

He is the law and the law is not mocked. He has done his duty and nothing more; the man with black and white...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s: Part 7: Katie Grace Heidbreder and...

Every epic musical has a broad range of characters, including the love-struck ingénue type. Les Misèrables at Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Columbia is no...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s: Part 5—An Interview with Jeffrey Shankle...

Continuing on in the 'Behind the Barricade at Toby's' interview series, I sat down with veteran actor Jeffrey Shankle to discuss the role of...

Straight No Chaser at Wolf Trap by Jessica Vaughan

Straight No Chaser, the 10-man a cappella phenomenon, put on a great show of top forty hits, enduring classics and crowd favorites on a...

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