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A bold, dramatic new season coming for Washington National Opera

March 6th 2015 by Susan Galbraith 2 Comments

Walking into the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday morning, I was greeted by the hell-bent-for leather sounds of the famous “Ride of the Valkyries” from Wagner’s Ring Cycle. Nothing could have been better chosen to underscore KC’s new President Deborah F. Rutter stepping up to the podium to announce her […]

Snow report: a few shows remain open for Thursday, March 5

March 5th 2015 by Lorraine Treanor 2 Comments

UPDATE:  Call the theatre before heading out. More cancellations:

By noon today, many theatre companies have made the decision to close in the face of the incoming storm. (See the confirmed list below).

The show goes on here: (Re-confirm after 4pm before heading out)
Woolly Mammoth Theatre
Cherokee

Folger Theatre
Mary Stuart

Everyman Theatre
Ruined […]

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