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Marc Courtade’s Entertaining and Enlightening Lecture

Thursday, May 21st, 2015
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Marc Courtade is infectiously enthusiastic about his subjects. Giving us a glimpse of two artists who changed the world of dance in film and on

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Signature Theatre’s Cabaret Thrills and Shocks

Monday, May 18th, 2015
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From the moment that we walk into Signature Theatre’s Max auditorium, we are transported into a cabaret that might have existed in 1931 Berlin. Round

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Maria Rizzo – Playing Against Type in Cabaret

Monday, May 11th, 2015
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In Signature Theatre’s production of Cabaret, Maria Rizzo is taking on a role that couldn’t be farther from her own identity and sensibilities. “I think

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Kevin Dozier at the Metropolitan Room

Monday, April 13th, 2015
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To look at him, Kevin Dozier could be your high school English teacher or, in the right outfit, perhaps the soccer coach – looking compact,

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Vanya and Sonia

For Grace Gonglewski and Sherri L. Edelen
Christopher Durang’s Play Is a Family Affair

Monday, April 6th, 2015
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Christopher Durang’s plays are known for being funny, outrageous, even, at times, absurd. Audiences always react to the themes, but the actors are affected as

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Bachelor of the Month: Paul Scanlan – Versatile Actor

Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
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Paul Scanlan is a familiar face to Washington D.C.’s audiences, and they couldn’t be happier. His performances routinely win accolades that include words like “astounding.”

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“Elementary!” Jane Pfitsch Shows Her Versatility
In Arena Stage’s Production of Baskerville

Monday, January 19th, 2015
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One could excuse Jane Pfitsch if she experiences an identity crisis. Making her Arena Stage debut, Pfitsch will play 15 or 16 different characters in

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Forbidden Broadway Comes Out Swinging

Monday, May 12th, 2014
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FORBIDDEN BROADWAY COMES OUT SWINGING/ AND WE’LL BE RINGING THE BELL Silly and clever this never say never show Skewers the bad and the swell.

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