Few scores establish their “voice” quite as rapidly as does the score for this poorly titled but highly intriguing one-act musical that had its Off-Broadway premiere in 2010.
Archives for January 24, 2012
Adventure Theatre is casting child actors for the world premiere Theatre for Young Audience version of Big, the Musical. The company is seeking young musical theatre singing and dancing performers who look 9-17 years old. Actors should prepare two contrasting songs. Accompanist will be provided. And come prepared to dance.
Adventure Theater takes the classic story by Ezra Jack Keats to a new fun-filled level in this world premiere musical The Snowy Day. From the opening moments when the mistress of Snow surreptitiously creates a winter wonderland spritzing snowflakes all about, to the finale where all the characters rejoice over the wonders of a new snowy […]
You want funny? Keegan Theatre has funny. Laughter on the 23rd Floor. They killed it, nailed it, knocked it out of the park.
SCENA Theatre’s current production of Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler puts some interesting twists on a classic that’s rarely seen on DC stages these days. SCENA’s veteran Artistic Director Robert McNamara has chosen to remedy this problem at least in part by employing an updated adaptation of the original by popular contemporary Irish playwright […]
The Shakespeare Theatre Company’s hormone-drunk Two Gentlemen of Verona is a story of mad children at play in the house of their own hearts, adrift and rudderless in a storm of their passions, laughing and drinking and singing and skating closer to death than they can possibly understand. It is the interpretation one might expect […]
Combine the majestic music of Seigei Prokofiev with a master puppeteer and a timeless story for a winning combination of Peter and the Wolf currently playing at The Puppet Company.
Opera Lafayette will be playing the Palace. Having had one performance at the Kennedy Center, Opera Lafayette next moves its production of this 18th century opera to NYC and then to the palace of Versailles