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World Stages: International Theater Festival: Nalaga’at Theater Deaf-Blind Acting Ensemble: ‘Not...

The World Stages: International Theater Festival takes the center stage at The Kennedy Center, March 10-30, 2014 bringing together some of today’s most exciting...

World Stages: International Theater Festival: Nalaga’at Theater Deaf-Blind Acting Ensemble: ‘Not...

The delicious aroma of bread fills the Terrace Theater at The Kennedy Center World Stage Festival as a talented ensemble of deaf-blind actors from...

Port City Playhouse Opens ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ on April 19th

Port City Playhouse, Alexandria’s award-winning theatre company, is pleased to conclude its 2012-13 season with Six Degrees of Separation by John Guare. Performances are Friday-Saturday, April...

‘An Evening with Branford Marsalis’ at Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center...

The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center is known for its quality performances, and the audience is always more than appreciative. But the February 15, 2013...

‘Little Red Riding Hood & the 3 Little Pigs’ at The...

The Puppet Co. presents Little Red Riding Hood & the 3 Little Pigs, a melding of two beloved childhood stories told through the viewpoint of...

‘Valentine’s Dance Trilogy: Angels, Demons, and Savages’ at The Phillips Collection...

What do painters Jackson Pollock, Alfonso Ossorio, and Jean Debuffet have in common? The current exhibit Angels, Demons and Savages at The Phillips Collection...

An Interview with Dan Kohler From ‘Flashdance-The Musical’ by Jessica Vaughan

Dan Kohler is in the Ensemble of Flashdance-The Musical, playing at The Hippodrome Theatre in Baltimore, MD through this Sunday, February 17th. His previous...

‘Flashdance-The Musical’ at The Hippodrome Theatre by Amanda Gunther

What a feeling! A rush of the 80s at its absolute finest comes thundering into Baltimore as NETworks presents a brand new musical Flashdance-The...

‘Race’ at Theater J by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Race Matters The Crime: Rape. Or is it Race? The Defendant: Charles Strickland is a man who doesn’t comprehend being told “No,” and one who has never...

Part Four: Wanderlust Theater Lab: An Interview with Playwright Tom Block...

DCMetroTheaterArts caught up with Playwright Tom Block over coffee, in the small, sun-filled writing studio where he creates his written works. As he sat...

Married to the Stage: ‘Some Great News!’ by Natalie McCabe

Well, the wait is over. Or perhaps this is only the beginning. I received my first acceptance into a PhD program last week. Here is...

‘Les Miserables – the Film – Revisited’ by John Harding

Watching yet another of my theater friends join the barricades over the filmed version of Les Misérables, I decided it was time for a...

‘Anime Momotaro’ at Imagination Stage by Julia L. Exline

Imagination Stage presents Anime Momotaro, adapted from the traditional Japanese folktale by Alvin Chan, Eric Johnson, and Honolulu Theatre for Youth, and directed by...

‘Kafka on the Shore’ at Spooky Action Theater by Erica Laxson

Spooky Action Theater has wrapped their creative story telling capabilities around Haruki Murakami’s mysterious, dream weaving story Kafka On The Shore. Adapted by Frank...

Nibbles And Sips Around Town: ‘What’s New And What’s Happening In...

It’s been a whirlwind of deliciousness since my last column.  Umpteen restaurants have opened in the Metro area, most notably Ambar with its authentic Serbian chefs in a...

Interview With Filmmaker Wayne Shipley on ‘Day of the Gun’ by...

Interview with Wayne Shipley Using his family’s farm to shoot most of the film, Wayne Shipley and One Eyed Horse Productions recreates the old West circa 1895...

‘Out of Order’ at The Arlington Players by Julia L. Exline

The Arlington Players presents Ray Cooney’s Out Of Order, an outlandish, fast-paced British farce. Malcolm Edwards directs this madcap production, with so many twists,...

‘Next to Normal’ at Kensington Arts Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Musical brilliance comes to Kensington Arts Theatre as they present the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical Next To Normal (N2N). Directed by Craig Pettinati,...

Part 3: Wanderlust Theater Lab: Meet the Cast of ‘Butterfly’ by...

THE CAST OF WANDERLUST'S BUTTERFLY  Wanderlust Theater Lab comprises a growing collection of theatrical talent to draw from for its productions. It augments its repertory actors...

Laurie Anderson’s ‘Landfall (Scenes from My New Novel)’ with The Kronos...

Tonight’s world premiere of Laurie Anderson’s Landfall (Scenes from My New Novel) at University of Maryland with The Kronos Quartet was certainly an experience....

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