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Falling Out of Time: Mélange of metaphors shape allegory at Theatre J

Michael Russotto and Edward Christian in Falling Out of Time at Theatre J. (C. Stanley Photography) “In August he died, and when that month was over, I wondered How can I move to September While he remains in August?” ~ […]

Falling Out of Time: Mélange of metaphors shape allegory at Theatre J

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Michael Russotto and Edward Christian in Falling Out of Time at Theatre J. (C. Stanley Photography) “In August he died, and when that month was over, I wondered How can I move to September While he remains in August?” ~ […]

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The Barber of Seville to make Lyric history

Rossini’s The Barber of Seville will hit the Lyric on Friday night and Sunday afternoon for a historic performance in which Sara Jobin will become the first female to conduct an

Carmen: An Afro-Cuban Jazz Musical worthy of an embargo

Karla Choko and Caesar Samayoa in CARMEN: AN AFRO-CUBAN JAZZ MUSICAL. (photo: Stan Barouh) Exactly thirteen hours ago, I fled the mournful jungle which was the middle of Act II

Jeff Dunham brings laughs to Royal Farms Arena

In the end, a near-capacity crowd filled Royal Farms Arena to see, of all things, a disgruntled old man, a sexist hillbilly, a crazy purple-furred creature and a racist

Disney on Ice: Treasure Trove to heat up Royal Farms Arena

Josh Bindon knows Disney on Ice. It's been his job for 14 years, performing as a pirate from Peter Pan, a playing card for Alice in Wonderland, Scar from

Olney Theatre to stage Carmen: An Afro-Cuban Jazz Musical

Olney, MD – January 8, 2016 – Olney Theatre Center, a Mid-Atlantic destination for extraordinary theater performance and education, in co-production with New York’s Tectonic Theater Project, welcomes legendary

Outside Mullingar: Stereotypes, strange plot twists mar humorous love story

Beth Hylton and Tim Getman portray Rosemary and Anthony in Outside Mullingar. (Stan Barouh) Sure look it -- the Irish! In a world where everyone seems to have a cultural chip

Natalie Cole has died

Legendary singer Natalie Cole died December 31, 2015, at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. She was 65. Cause of death was complications from ongoing illness. Cole had a

Ellicott City native lives the dream in Disney Live! Three Classic Fairy Tales

Madelin Weisfeld, like many young girls, dreamed of becoming a princess and wearing a shiny, elegant dress with a sparking tiara atop of her flowing hair. “I grew up loving

Mesmeric Revelations! of Edgar Allan Poe offers myriad dreams within a dream

Caitlin Weaver beckons the audience to enter the mesmeric world of Edgar Allan Poe. (Glenn Ricci) Are you asleep? Good. Let us begin. Sleep on, sleep on, another hour — I would

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