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‘Take A Bow!’ Part 2: The Staff of DCMetroTheaterArts’ Favorite DC/MD/VA...

The Bald Ballerina in Dancing for Divas: A Labor of Love at Howard Community College. There wasn’t a dry eye in the house after Margaret “Maggie”...

Tony Award Winner Rupert Holmes Joins Post-Matinee Discussion This Sunday, 9/18...

This Sunday, after the September 18th matinee performance of The Mystery of Edwin Drood there will be a post-show discussion with the MetalDrood team and...

A Report on Landless Theatre Company’s Symphonic Metal ‘The Mystery of...

Following the success of last year’s Sweeney Todd Prog Metal Version, Landless Theatre Company is back with their latest metal adaptation of a Tony®...

Review: Fortas Chamber Music Concerts: eighth blackbird at The Kennedy Center

eighth blackbird's performance on Monday night at The Kennedy Center was introduced with the theme of murder and mayhem, which explained the state of...

Review: ‘OLIVÉRio: A Brazilian Twist’ at The Kennedy Center’s Theater for...

The Kennedy Center has produced yet another world premiere production for this season’s Theater for Young Audiences. This time, they have taken Charles Dickens’...

‘ReWrapped’ at the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC

The annual Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC (GMCW) holiday concert entitled ReWrapped was a lively holiday treat that combined cutting-edge musical arrangements with a light,...

Meet the Cast of ‘The World Goes ‘Round’ at Creative Cauldron:...

In Part 3 of a series of interviews with the cast of 'The World Goes ‘Round' at Creative Cauldron, meet Harv Lester and Katie...

‘The World Goes ‘Round’ at Creative Cauldron

Heartbreak, dark humor, desperation, raucous fun, and biting commentary are just a few of the words one could use to describe the music of...

Columbia Festival of the Arts: Day Two at the Lakefront

It was a hot day and a hotter night at the Lakefront but that did not keep the crowds away. Good music, especially free...

‘Once on This Island’ at Creative Cauldron

Creative Cauldron’s production of Once on this Island (book and lyrics by Lynn Aherns and music by Stephen Flaherty) starts off with a bang. ...

‘Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris’ at...

Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris. And, for the month of May, he's alive and well at the Audrey Herman...

‘The Fire and the Rain’ at Constellation Theatre Company

It is extraordinary that Constellation Theatre Company continues to seek out and present works of artistry that would likely be unknown to us. And...

‘Dizzy Gillespie™ Afro-Cuban Experience’ at The Kennedy Center

I write about theatre because I know theatre, intimately and over many years. I'm writing about Jazz because I love Jazz, the way a man...

‘Godspell’ at Pasadena Theatre Company

Theatre lovers can hearken back to the days when “psychedelic” and “flower power” were prevalent in the American vocabulary at the Pasadena Theatre Company’s...

Barbara Cook’s Spotlight: Megan Hilty at The Kennedy Center

Stage, film, and television star, Megan Hilty wowed the audience at The Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater last night with an eclectic concert that proved...

‘Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson’ at The Highwood Theatre

Who is the man on the twenty-dollar bill? The Highwood Theatre answers that question with Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson to the beat of some...

Hall and Oates at Warner Theatre by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

A few years ago I saw Hall & Oates at Warner Theatre and while the details of that evening have faded, the emotion and...

‘Ring of Fire: The Johnny Cash Musical Show’ at Riverside Center...

There used to be a time when going to the county fair was the highlight of everyone’s summer. There’s be the agricultural and livestock...

‘Voice(s)’ by DancEthos at INTERSECTIONS at Atlas Performing Arts Center by...

The Atlas INTERSECTIONS Festival continued its mission of "creating connection through innovative art" today with Voice(s) by DancEthos. For a refreshing twist in the...

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