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An Embarrassment of Riches at the Tuesday Evening Concert Series at...

A huge profusion of classical trios, quartets and quintets is now hunting for audiences around the country. I’ll bet all of them would kill...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ’35mm: A Musical Exhibition’

The idea of matching music to photographs is not new, but in 35mm—now having its DC premiere at the Atlas Performing Arts Center as...

The Charlottesville Chamber Music Festival: A Gem in UVA Country

Summer music festivals in both the pop and classical music worlds can come with a lot of flash and dash. But not to be...

‘The Laramie Project’ at McLean High School

A well-cast and convincing docudrama directed by Amy Poe is giving audiences a lot to talk about, opening a few minds, and lending high...

Watch Out, Washington: Here Comes Beethoven’s Ninth

Everybody knows about Walter Cronkite and his impact on television news. Fewer people remember or know about Cronkite’s great rival on NBC during the...

Interview with H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program’s Bill Podolski on ‘Les Miserables’...

I was so impressed by the quality of H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program's production of Les Misérables School Edition that I asked  Director/Producer/Musical Director Bill Podolski to take us behind-the-scenes of...

Be a Les Mis Valentine! Celebrate A Heart Full of Love...

There is one week left to catch a performance of the Reston Players’ critically acclaimed Les Misérables, and members of the cast and crew...

‘Les Misérables School Edition’ at H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program by Eric...

 Les Misérables School Edition played at H-B Woodlawn Secondary Program in Arlington, VA on January 30, 2014 to a sold-out four-performance run. Under the capable and expert...

‘Les Misérables’ at Reston Community Players by Beverly Fleisher

Reston Community Players' production of Les Misérables is la plupart magnifique! From the moment the curtain rose on a group of prisoners, including Jean Valjean, toiling in...

Meet the Children in Reston Players’ Upcoming ‘Les Misérables’ by Diane...

This fall, many talented children from the Washington, D.C. area auditioned for the three children’s roles in Les Miserables. Meet Ella Schnoor, Ethan Van...

Meet the Lovers of Reston Community Players’ ‘Les Misérables’ by Diane...

When Reston Community Players opens its stirring production of the Tony Award-winning musical Les Misérables on January 17th, three incredibly talented young actors will anchor its...

‘The Playwright’s Playground’: Allyson Currin-Part 2 by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Welcome back to the new Playwright interview series -The Playwright’s Playground - a monthly in-depth conversation with a local female playwright in the D.C. theatre...

‘The Playwright’s Playground’: Allyson Currin-Part 1 by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Welcome back to the new Playwright interview series -The Playwright’s Playground - a monthly in-depth conversation with a local female playwright in the D.C. Theatre community....

‘The Birthday Party’ at Idly Bent Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

The new year brings a new show to the DCAC as Idly Bent Theatre Company presents Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party. Director Anne Cecelia Haney's...

Idly Bent Theatre Company Comes to DC and Opens ‘The Birthday...

What’s new about a new theatre company? The question hums perpetually on the lips of DC theatregoers, as fresh independent art springs up beneath the...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ