Monthly Archive: September 2011

Glen Echo Park

Hear the Siren Call of the Arts at Glen Echo Park

Here at ApartmentShowcase.com, we just seem to stumble on more arts organizations in Montgomery County than you can shake a conductor’s baton at. Today, we have another stellar example of arty fun for the apartment renter in Montgomery County, more...

Arena Stage

Southwest’s Arena Stage in an ‘Oklahoma!’ State of Mind

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater in the burgeoning Southwest Waterfront area of Southwest, Washington, D.C., is proud to bring back the bestselling show in that playhouse’s 60-plus-year history, “Oklahoma!” by Rodgers and Hammerstein. This comeback has...

Andy Warhol painting

Warhol Exhibit Makes ‘Headlines’ at National Gallery

There is weird, and then there is Andy Warhol. The white-haired, androgynous creature was famous for his pop art, and his “Marilyn,” “Campbell’s Soup Cans” and “Maos” pieces were as strange as they come. Like him or not, at the...

Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Woolly Mammoth a Big Attraction for D.C. Theater Lovers

There’s a plethora of arts choices for the capital-area renter, and quite a few theater options as well. Today, we’ll highlight a very hairy choice, the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Northwest’s Penn Quarter neighborhood. Founded in 1980, the Woolly...

Beatles Cover Band

Come Together for Abbey Road on the River This Weekend

Not everyone is a fan of The Beatles, but nearly every person in the English-speaking world over the age of 10 has heard of them. And while there are four ’60s groups I like better, I certainly appreciate the Beatles’...