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In the Moment: Erica Rebollar on ‘Sacred Profane’ at Dance Place...

With the ongoing Women’s Voices Theater Festival, I wondered if other performing arts in the DC area were highlighting the work of women artists....

2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Trueheart: Live’

This stand-up solo performance—featuring Tim Trueheart as himself—starts out as broad comedy. Describing himself as racially mixed—a combination of African-American, Indian, Chinese, and Jewish forebears—Tim...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘DISTRICTLAND’ by Cristina Bejan

 It’s taking me a moment to get your DC-CV straight. A Hill intern. An unemployed Georgetown law grad. A returned Peace Corps volunteer. And a...

‘The Arabian Nights’: Stories Upon Stories at Silver Spring Stage

Theatre can enthrall us in many ways: A great story. Perhaps, if we’re lucky, a couple of great stories beautifully intertwined. Gorgeous costumes. Evocative...

An Interview with Washington National Opera’s ‘Tristan and Isolde’s’ Alwyn Mellor...

British soprano is making her debut with the Washington National Opera in the role of Isolde in Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde, sharing the role with...

Interview with Ian Storey of ‘Tristan and Isolde’ at Washington National...

British tenor Ian Storey plays Tristan in Washington National Opera's Tristan and Isolde Leslie: You’ve performed the role of Tristan in opera houses from Berlin to...

15 Pairs of FREE Tickets Offered for Dakshina/Daniel Phoenix Singh Dance...

Win FREE tickets to the Festival of Indian Dance and Arts in Washington DC Dakshina/Daniel Phoenix Singh Dance Company is giving away 25 pairs of...

‘Tristan and Isolde’ at Washington National Opera by Jessica Vaughan

Washington National Opera opens the season with a transformative production of Richard Wagner’s epic tragedy Tristan and Isolde for his bicentennial birthday. He wrote...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Marsha’ by Mike Spain

Marsha is both brilliantly written and performed and also quite disturbing. Alan Harris' short play is about a kidnapped child who takes the same walk around...

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