Archives for March 31, 2009

Maureen McGovern

She is in her 37th year onstage as a folk singer, a cabaret star and musical theatre actress, and now Maureen McGovern is bringing her solo show A Long And Winding Road to Arena Stage in Crystal City, after workshops in Florida and Boston.  Maureen sat down with Joel Markowitz to talk about the songs she […]


Lysistrata is based on the comedy by Aristophanes about women who seek to end a long-running war by withholding sexual favors from their men.  As one woman puts it, “My body is closed for business until further notice.”


If you have ever enjoyed a Gilbert & Sullivan operetta, Iolanthe is one you should rush to catch before it closes its short run.  Iolanthe has a charming story and consistently entertaining music, and it receives a high-quality production in the capable hands of Washington Savoyards.

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