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David M. Rubenstein. Photo courtesy of The Kennedy Center.

The Kennedy Center Announces Expansion Project To Add Education, Public Access, & Rehearsal Space by John R. Dow

David M. Rubenstein, Chairman of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, today announced an expansion project to be constructed south of the existing facility. The project will include rehearsal space as well as dedicated classroom space and multipurpose rooms for the Center’s extensive arts education and arts management education programs. Public access […]

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The new Everyman Theatre.

Everyman Theatre Moves Into Its New Home by Laura Weiss

Everyman Theatre moved into its new home on Fayette Street during the week of November 19, 2012. The administrative offices will be closed during this week in order to facilitate the move and then celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. Everyman Theatre, Baltimore’s 22-year old professional theatre company with a Resident Company of Actors and Designers. Vincent […]

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The Kennedy Center at night.

The Kennedy’s Center’s Renovated ‘Theater Lab’ to Reopen on November 12th by John Dow

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts will officially open its renovated Theater Lab on November 12, 2012 at 6 p.m. with a performance of music and poetry. The evening will feature Grammy®-nominated jazz vocalist Gregory Porter in a performance curated by award-winning actress, director, playwright, and Artistic Director of the DC Hip-Hop Theatre […]

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 (l to r) Philippe (Carl Schurr) Gustave (Wil Love), and Henri (John Dow). Photo by  Stan Barouh.

‘Heroes’ at Everyman Theatre by Amanda Gunther

There are some bonds that even time is not strong enough to dissolve. When three men who have all previously served in the Great World War, find themselves at a Veteran’s old age home, they take to passing the time by sitting out on the back terrace that overlooks the French countryside. The stunning view […]

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