– Matthew Gardiner, Associate Artistic Director of Signature Theatre, was nominated in 2008 for the Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Choreography and, in that same year, won Outstanding Director of a Resident Musical, both for Reefer Madness: The Musical at Studio Theatre –
Archives for April 16, 2012
Imagination Stage invites children to a ball
Imagination Stage has seized on the idea of a ball for the 4-12 set to be held in its Bethesda location. Titled “Just Imagine…The Inaugural Children’s Ball”, the event takes place Saturday May 5th, starting at 3:30 and ends at 7pm, as weary ball goers are whisked off for home in their carriages, or other conveyances.
Review of John & Beatrice
We call it love, but deep down inside we know it’s something darker and more complicated. We love our pets, we love our comfortable lives, and we may love our children, but with our life partners we have a fluid, uneasy distribution of power. It is like the relationship the United States used to share […]
The Seafarer – a Christmas-themed play set in Ireland – arrives in DC too late for both the Yuletide season and St. Patrick’s Day. But that’s no reason to miss it. Anyone who wants to feel some of the Christmas spirit in the middle of Spring – or get a taste of Ireland in the […]
Basil Twist’s Dogugaeshi
When a once-thriving, centuries-old art form all but vanishes from the vocabulary of beautiful things, a sadness rises. Especially when, before now, the isolated art form has remained in the mountains of Tokushima on one tiny island off the coast of Japan, rare, untapped and virtually unknown to the outside world.
de mi corazon latino: From My Latin Heart
Jesus Daniel Hernandez’ sensational tenor voice has a clarion purity that could fill a cavernous auditorium and scenic designer Osbel Susman-Pena reinforces that impression by giving him a setting at Source reminiscent of a Greek arena, with raked, semi-circular seating.
Matt Charman, playwright, is on the rise. His first play, A Night at the Dogs, which opened at the Soho Theatre in London, won the prestigious Verity Bargate Award for new writers. Richard Eyre directed his The Observer and he’s been produced at the National Theatre in London. He’s won awards in Britain, he’s currently […]