Tagged: theater

Howard Community College (Thomas Teichert via Flickr)

‘Antigone Project’ at Columbia’s HCC Offers Five Plays in One

“Antigone” has long been a production favorite, with the Kennedy Center having just featured a three-day production of the Sophocles-penned play in October. Now the Rep Stage at Howard Community College in Columbia, Maryland, is honoring the time-honored classic in...

Woolly Mammoth Theater: Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind

Interactive Theatrical Experience at Woolly Mammoth Theater

Penn Quarter’s Woolly Mammoth Theater welcomes back Chicago’s Neo-Futurists this week for their latest D.C. run of Too Much Light Makes The Baby Go Blind. This 60-minute performance is unlike anything on stage, including itself due to an ever-changing routine...

Capital Fringe Festival (Joe Loong via Flickr)

Fly Your Freak Flag High at the Capital Fringe Festival

We took a break from these weirdos with a mission last year, but since we tend to like weirdos here on the blog (arty, entertaining ones at least), we’ve brought them back again, these Fringe Festival freaks. Already in high...

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Performance Theaters and Film Festivals

Sometimes watching the same television shows every night can get repetitive, I mean, how many times can a cat-fight between a couple of  botox pumped “desperate housewives” really be amusing before your brain melts? Change up your entertainment with some live...

Zorro

All the World’s a Stage in U Street

Washington, D.C., never seems to run out of arts offerings, or ones I’m familiar with anyway. Shows you how much I know. Today we’ll talk about the Constellation Theatre Company. It’s located at performing arts space Source in the U...

Puppet Show

Book a Trip to the Kids Euro Festival This Month

We profiled this thing last year, a kid-friendly extravaganza taking place all over the metro region, and we’re doing it again: the Kids Euro Festival. Like many decentralized festivals such as the DC Jazz Festival and Fringe Festival, the Kids...

Reading the Declaration of Independence

Join the Revolution at Ford’s Theatre in Penn Quarter

The year 1776 is a special one for all Americans; it’s the year the country was born. Until May 19, a musical of the same name at Penn Quarter’s Ford’s Theatre – “1776” – “dramatizes the impassioned debates of Philadelphia’s...