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Review: ‘Black Violin’ at Strathmore

‘Black Violin’ serves up a musical potpourri at Strathmore “This is a party!” said Wil B (Wilner Baptiste) one half of the group Black Violin,...

Meet the Cast of Hard Bargain’s ‘Radio Golf’: Part 4: Mack...

In Part 4 of interviews with the cast of Hard Bargain Players’ Radio Golf, meet Mack Leamon. Joel: Please tell our readers where they may have seen...

Meet the Cast of Hard Bargain’s ‘Radio Golf’: Part 3: DeJeanette...

In Part 3 of interviews with the cast of Hard Bargain Players’ Radio Golf, meet DeJeanette Horne. Joel: Please tell our readers where they may have seen you...

‘Love Can Build a Bridge’: An Anti-Violence Charity Concert: Interviews With...

The violence in the US and overseas has rattled millions of people, making many of us feel vulnerable. Sarah Gafgen, well-known actor, singer, and...

Review: ‘Radio Golf’ at Hard Bargain Players

Radio Golf, expertly directed by Terry Spann, and written by the late, esteemed playwright August Wilson, is a powerful study of Black men with...

A Preview of ‘Radio Golf’ Which Opens This Friday, August 12th...

Radio Golf was August Wilson’s last play and was completed in 2005. I came across it about 8 years ago which was right around...

Review: ‘The Ballad of Trayvon Martin’ at The New Freedom Theatre...

A phoenix arises! The New Freedom Theatre is back with a solid professional production. After many seasons of darkness, except for their acclaimed theatre...

Review: ‘The Good Person of Setzuan’ at The Towson University Department...

Bertolt Brecht’s tale of the struggle to be good under the weight of capitalism is brought to the streets of Baltimore in Director Stephen...

Review: ‘Black Violin’ at The Barns at Wolf Trap

Black Violin performed a genre-shattering fusion of classical and hip hop in an unforgettable concert last night at The Barns at Wolf Trap.  Black...

Magic Time! ‘Winners and Losers’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

I left Winners and Losers thinking, Wow, there’s more here than meets the eye. Or, as one of the performers said in an interview,...

‘Winners and Losers’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

According to their mission statement, part of Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company’s objective is to “ignite an explosive engagement between threatre artists and the community...

Ari Roth’s Mosaic Theater Company’s Inaugural 2015-2016 Season Lineup is Announced

Ari Roth's Mosaic Theater Company's Inaugural Season Lineup is Announced The inaugural season of Ari Roth's new Mosaic Theater Company  has been announced:   Unexplored Interior (This is...

The President’s Own United States Marine Band: ‘Time Capsule 1945: The...

The main emotion I felt last night at Strathmore, while I watched The President’s Own United States Marine Band, was pride. These very talented musicians...

Magic Time! ‘Choirboy’ at The Studio Theatre

There comes a scene in Choir Boy at The Studio Theatre when five young black men stand naked in dimly lit separate shower stalls...

Mike Epps’ ‘After Dark Tour’ at The Warner Theatre

What you see is what you get when it comes to Mike Epps doing standup comedy. On October 10 and 11, 2014, Epps performed...

Wanda Sykes With Special Guest Keith Robinson at Strathmore

The Music Center at Strathmore welcomed Wanda Sykes for the first-time to the Marriott Concert Stage to a sold-out crowd of adoring Wanda Sykes...

‘The Complete History of America (abridged)’ at Reduced Shakespeare Company at...

Is it possible that the bullet that killed JFK was also the one fired from the Lexington and Concord book depository, and took off...

The Playwright’s Playground: The Playmakers CATF 2014: Ed Herendeen & Peggy...

This Special Edition of The Playwright’s Playground introduces The Playmaker Series: CATF 2014. In a series of in depth conversations, I speak with the...

Dana Carvey and Dennis Miller at The Kennedy Center

Dana Carvey and Dennis Miller performed at the Kennedy Center on Saturday night, and what I expected to hear and see was right on!...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Will Work For’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Dacyl Acevedo commands and transforms the stage at the intimate Gearbox in her one-woman, one-act heartbreaking look at the struggles...

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