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Review: VelocityDC Dance Festival

Velocity is speed with purpose: a change in distance over time, crucially defined by direction. The VelocityDC Dance Festival took us in many. In its ninth iteration, the variety-style performance, presented at Sidney Harman Hall in partnership with the DC Commission on the Arts & Humanities, the Shakespeare Theatre Company, and Washington Performing Arts, showcased […]

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Benefit: ‘One Night in Bangkok’ Featuring Members of ‘The King and I’ to Benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS on August 14

Join members of The King and I’s royal court as they step out of character for good fun and a good cause at One Night in Bangkok, a one-night only cabaret benefit for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS at DC’s Bistro Bistro on Monday, August 14. The event will feature Broadway tunes, pop songs, dances choreographed […]

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2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Aliens, Nazis and Angels’

Leah Harris has been through a lot of crap. Coping mechanisms for healing an emotionally havocked childhood are hard to come by, but when extraterrestrials, WWII German Soldiers, and Gabriel himself live in the same world as your schizophrenic mother, what else can you do, but cope? An autobiographical, one-woman show, Aliens, Nazis and Angels […]

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DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #1: Special Awards

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts is honored to announce that their 2015 Special Awards have been awarded to: ARI ROTH AND MOSAIC THEATER COMPANY OF DC Mazel Tov to Ari Roth and Mosaic Theater Company of DC for launching a brand-new major company within barely a year, for announcing what may be the most ambitiously substantive and politically pertinent […]

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Magic Time! ‘an awQward noise’

Who gets to say what in the theater has become an increasingly pressing question. Of course the question has been pressing for a long time; it’s just now getting paid significant attention by folks whose voices have not been particularly marginalized. Case in point: DC’s unprecedented and high-profile Women’s Voices Theatre Festival. If you include WVTF’s […]

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LA-TI-DO Premieres at 54 Below on Tuesday, September 1st at 9:30 PM

LA-TI-DO, the collision of musical theatre and spoken word poetry, Premieres at 54 BELOW, BROADWAY’S SUPPER CLUB 54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, presents La-Ti-Do on September 1, 2015 at 9:30 pm. La-Ti-Do is a cabaret where musical theatre and spoken word poetry collide. La-Ti-Do debuts at 54 Below featuring some of both Washington, DC and New York’s finest musical and spoken […]

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2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘mostly the VOICE: a black lesbian journey’

There are many delightful and poignant moments in mostly the VOICE: a black lesbian journey. This engaging autobiographical amalgam of poetry, original music, and storytelling—written and performed by  j.scales—opened last night in Gallaudet’s Eastman Studio Theatre and establishes j.scales as an important new voice in solo theatrical performance. I say this not only because the […]

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LaTiDo Sings Oscar Nominated Songs Tonight at 8 PM

Tomorrow at La Ti Do, we sing Oscar nominated songs and say farewell to our February monthly feature: Lauren Du Pree and our spotlight Mary Payne Omohundro. Weekly Spoken Word feature: Gowri K Guest Performer: Marni Whelan Oscar Song Performers: – Hilary Morrow & Don Mike Mendoza “A Whole New World” – Carrie Heflin, “The […]

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‘La-Ti-Do’ Looking for Vocalists, Musicians, and Poets to Reinterpret Oscar Nominated ‘Best Songs’ for Their February 23rd Show

We are pleased to announce that the February 23. 2015 show will have a section devoted to Oscar nominated songs. We are soliciting vocalists, musicians, and possibly poets to reinterpret one of the 296 songs nominated in Oscar History 1934 through 2015. The list is staggering from Lego’s “Everything Is Awesome” (2015) to “They Can’t […]

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DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2014: Special Awards

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts is honored to announce that their 2014 Special Awards have been awarded to: Since it opened in July 2013, The Anacostia Playhouse has become home for several of our most creative smaller theatre companies in the DC Metro area, including Theater Alliance and Scena Theatre. Thanks to Julia Robey Christian and Adele Robey for […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Self Portrait’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Upon reading the short blurb attached to Sasha Sinclair’s new solo performance piece Self Portrait here, I must confess I found myself a bit curious. Armed with my extraordinarily limited knowledge of painting and studio art in general, I snooped around the internet for any digital footprints Sinclair’s work might have left. What […]

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Tomorrow Night at La-Ti-Do: Cast Members of Quackensteele’s ‘Tick, Tick, Boom! and VIjai Nathan and Jamie Hardin at 8 PM

TOMORROW MAY 19TH at 8 PM!  A FAHBAHROUS La-Ti-Do Birthday! It’s that time of week again for La-Ti-Do: WINNER of DCMetro TheaterArts’ Special Award in 2012 and 2013. This month we feature multiple artists of Asian/Asian American heritage! This Monday, we celebrate Regie Cabico’s birthday and see some excerpts from his solo show Godiva Dates & One […]

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Friday, February 28th From 7-9 PM: ‘FAHBAHROUS’ With Don Michael Mendoza at The Black Fox Lounge

THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2014 FROM 7-9 PM FAHBAHROUS At The Black Fox Lounge 1723 Connecticut Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20009 Admission: $10 With EventBrite Reservation OR $15 general Admission at the door. In this first LTD Exclusive performance for 2014, Don Michael Mendoza, Co-Founder and Co-Host of La-Ti-Do, presents fabulous, or rather “Fah-ba-rous,” songs […]

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DCMetroTheaterArts Staff’s 2013 Special Awards

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts bestows the following Special Awards upon: Theater J,  under the leadership of Artistic Director Ari Roth, programmed the most consistently relevant and socially engaged theatrical season of the year with its productions of Apples from the Desert; Boged (Traitor): An Enemy of the People;Race;Andy and the Shadows;The Hampton Years;After the Revolution;The Argument; Woody Sez:  A Musical […]

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