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Review: Soprano Ailyn Pérez at The Barns at Wolf Trap

There’s no business like show business, but does that include opera? If in a few years people finally agree that opera is genuinely another...

Review: ‘After Life’ | ‘Josephine’ by UrbanArias

Say “operatic double bill” and two duos spring to mind, for aficionados and amateurs alike. From the mid-20th century, Gian Carlo Menotti’s The Medium and...

‘La Bohème’ at Virginia Opera at the GMU Center for the...

La Bohème takes place in winter, between Christmas Eve and February. Director Kyle Lang has set the Virgina Opera's current production in the year...

In the Moment: Adam Turner Conducts ‘La Boheme’ at the Virginia...

The major joy in writing this column comes from getting to know the up and coming creative artists in the DC area, especially since...

‘La Boheme’ at Hub Opera Ensemble

Starving artists, jealous relationships, chronic illnesses..... as brilliantly used in their marketing campaign, “the struggle is real” for the characters in Puccini's La Boheme,...

George Mason University’s Center for the Arts Announces 25th Anniversary Season...

Celebrating 25 years of bringing outstanding performing arts to George Mason University and audiences in the greater Washington, DC area, George Mason University’s Center...

‘What I Wanted to Sing When I Grew Up’ at The...

What I Wanted to Sing When I Grew Up is pure indulgence for audience and singer Fleta Hylton, a soprano powerhouse and DC institution....

Bellini’s ‘La Sonnambula’ (The Sleepwalker) at The In Series

It’s eleven o’clock. Do you know where your children are? A question we’ve become accustomed to, it’s meant to both prod us and reassure us...

‘La bohème’ at Washington National Opera

Young love is in the air, lifted there by a host of young performers in the Washington National Opera’s new production of La bohème....

National Chamber Ensemble’s ‘Night of Italian Opera’

The National Chamber Ensemble, directed by the charming violinist Leo Sushansky, opened its eight season with a Night of Italian Opera this past Saturday, October 25,...

‘Danny Boy’ at Unexpected Stage Company

It’s not often that theatergoers have the rug of common assumptions pulled out from under them and enjoy both the trip and—as the dust...

Washington National Opera Presents: An Evening with Ailyn Pérez

Amore! Amour! Amor! The eagerly anticipated concert by the couple memorably dubbed by a leading British newspaper “the Jay-Z and Beyoncé of opera,” tenor...

‘Fatal Song: The Great Opera Murders’ at The In Series

The In Series continues the launch of the 2014-2015 season with the hilarious Fatal Song: The Great Opera Murders. Kathleen Cahill wrote a comic...

Synesthesia: Braille and Large-Print Opera Libretti Match the Met’s Broadcasts by...

Opera lovers who are blind or have low vision and want to get materials to complement live radio broadcasts from The Metropolitan Opera can...

The Kennedy Center Announces Over 2,000 Performances in 2014-2015

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announces its 2014–2015 Season  2014 with More Than 2,000 Performances of Theater, Dance, and Music of...

‘La bohème’ at University of Maryland School of Music’s Opera Studio...

Before there was RENT, there was Puccini’s La bohème, perhaps the most popular and certainly one of the most frequently performed operas in history. The University of...

‘RENT School Edition’ at McLean High School Theatre Company by Yvonne...

"Awesome." If there is one word to sum up McLean High School Theatre Company's production  of RENT School Edition it is awesome, according to audience member...

Meet The Guest Soloists of YAA & MCYO’s ‘Madama Butterly &...

Meet the performers and guest soloists of Young Artists of America and Maryland Classic Youth Orchestras' production of Madama Butterfly and Miss Saigon which...

The Best of 2012: Part 10: Designers, Cabarets & Concerts,...

Here are DCMetroTheaterArts writers' choices for their favorites designs of production in the the DC Metro Area in 2012. I always felt that...

‘La Boheme’ at Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric by...

Viva La Vie Bohème! One of the classic lines shouted out in Broadway’s Rent. But before the Bohemian lifestyle became a trendy Tony Award-winning...

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