Don Giovanni lives! – unrepentant and unleashed – at Castleton Festival. The Festival has delivered the story of the world’s most famous reprobate with a terrific company, whose members pull off the tricky changes of dark and light tones of Mozart’s hefty work with remarkable facility – and the singing is top notch.
Archives for July 8, 2014
In the midst of The Summit ‘pipeline’ dialogue, the upcoming Women’s Voices Festival, The Kilroy’s “The List”, and #YesAllWomen, there is a need for clarity and direction.
At one point during Election, the students who are running for class president are asked a simple question: “Why are you running?” Their answers are as diverse as you’d expect, and more honest than you’d think. Ask that question to actual candidates, and you’ll get the same answer repackaged:
Everyone knows “The Star-Spangled Banner”. And, of course, everyone knows our country’s national anthem was written by a man named Francis Scott Key. But that is pretty much the extent of our general knowledge on the subject. Not many know why Francis wrote that poem, or why a shy Georgetown lawyer was stuck on a […]
These are excerpts from an interview with some of the cast and crew of the upcoming Capital Fringe show Everything I Do, a musical loosely adapted from Shaw’s Man and Superman. [Everything I Do Director] Brad Porter, you were involved in Mother Courage at Arena Stage. Any interesting interaction with Kathleen Turner? “The Wardrobe Supervisor, […]