Think of the present day Arab Spring. In 1868 Spain, public dissent was in the air. The revolutionary fervor, called La Gloriosa (Glorious Revolution) led to the overthrow of Queen Isabella II and outcries for a government that spoke for the people. Real life events inspired composer Federico Moreno-Torroba who collaborated with librettists Federico Romero […]
Archives for November 18, 2011
DC’s Puppet Underground has teamed up with Occupy DC for a full afternoon of puppetry, poetry and music titled Occupy Kabaret Street, a roving street performance.
No worries about writer’s block or evoking the muse for Washington author Ken Ludwig. In addition to penning ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas, a world premiere holiday children’s show for Adventure Theatre, the prolific playwright debuts a comedy at a high school in Fairfax designed for younger drama departments and community theaters, premieres a new […]