Even if you have seen Maureen McGovern in past concerts, her new show A Long and Winding Road at Arena Stage is a special experience. Drawn from her experience as a folk singer, the result is a deeply personal and inspirational performance by one of the nation’s best vocal stylists.
Archives for April 1, 2009
Cruising with Chita, Early to Bed and Happiness
Two days after debarking from Celebrity Cruise’s SS Solstice in Ft. Lauderdale and flying back to NYC, I came down with the worst cold of my life and here I am, nine days later, still coughing and wheezing to beat the band.
Philadelphia’s At Home at the Zoo
Jerry (Andrew Polk), a disheveled man with a two-day growth of beard, is walking through Central Park when he discovers Peter (T. Scott Cunningham) reading on a bench. He stares at Peter for a while like a man looking at a takeout menu,
Congress Delays Wednesday until Thursday
24-hour postponement adopted at the request of DC Theatre Scene, others Congress last night passed emergency legislation delaying the beginning of Wednesday, April 1, 2009 for twenty-four hours. Subsequent days will also be postponed for a twenty-four hour period, under the legislation.
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