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Review: ‘DAS BARBECÜ’ at Spotlighters Theatre

DAS BARBECÜ, as directed by Greg Bell, and with Book and Lyrics by Jim Luigs, was a rousing and at times, funny-bone-breaking re-telling of...

An Interview with Antony Walker, Artistic Director of Washington Concert Opera

The operas of early 19th century master Gioachino Rossini play a big part in the life of Maestro Antony Walker. The artistic director of Washington...

National Symphony Orchestra–‘Star Trek’ at Wolf Trap

On August 1st 2015, the National Symphony Orchestra presented Star Trek, the 2009 epic film drama by Paramount Pictures and Spyglass Entertainment at Wolf...

Pianist Alon Goldstein at the Odeon Chamber Music Series

Franz Schubert’s Piano Sonata No. 19 in C minor is a sprawling, at times even rambling composition that takes a full half hour to...

A Q&A with Mezzo-Soprano Magdalena Wór on Her Training in Washington...

Mezzo-soprano Magdalena Wór pretty much creates an unforgettable impression everywhere she performs. Her strikingly rich voice – it’s been called “plush,” “chocolatey” and other...

DCMTA Scene Stealers-Week Ending March 31, 2015 Part 1

Here is Part 1 of our favorite 'Scene Stealers' in March 2015. Congrats to our honorees! ______ Alex Alburqueque, as Leporello, in Don Giovanni at The In...

DC Area Soprano Danielle Talamantes On Her CD Signing on Sunday...

Rising local soprano Danielle Talamantes talks about the Met, concert music, and the opera singer’s life Politicians and lobbyists running to catch the Acela at...

The Kennedy Center Announces Over 2,000 Performances in 2014-2015

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announces its 2014–2015 Season  2014 with More Than 2,000 Performances of Theater, Dance, and Music of...

An Interview with Washington National Opera’s ‘Tristan and Isolde’s’ Alwyn Mellor...

British soprano is making her debut with the Washington National Opera in the role of Isolde in Wagner’s Tristan and Isolde, sharing the role with...

Meet The Cast of 1st Stage’s ‘The Pitmen Painters’ Part 3:...

In Part 3 of a series of interviews with the cast of The Pitmen Painters, we meet Alden Michels. Why did you want to become a member...

Interview with Ian Storey of ‘Tristan and Isolde’ at Washington National...

British tenor Ian Storey plays Tristan in Washington National Opera's Tristan and Isolde Leslie: You’ve performed the role of Tristan in opera houses from Berlin to...

‘Tristan and Isolde’ at Washington National Opera by Jessica Vaughan

Washington National Opera opens the season with a transformative production of Richard Wagner’s epic tragedy Tristan and Isolde for his bicentennial birthday. He wrote...

‘The 1940’s Radio Hour’ at Dundalk Community Theatre by Amanda Gunther

December 21, 1942— the final holiday broadcast of the Mutual Manhattan Variety Cavalcade on New York’s WOV radio station. The gang’s all here and...

‘Víkingur Ólafsson, Piano’ at Nordic Cool 2013 by Keith Tittermary

The arts in Washington, DC are an ever-evolving landscape. Being in the political center of the country we sometimes underestimate the resources that organizations...

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater Announces 10...

ARENA STAGE AT THE MEAD CENTER FOR AMERICAN THEATER ANNOUNCES 10 SHOWS FOR 2013/14 SEASON Four world premieres including a work by Resident Playwright Charles...