It was back in 1949 that the Pillsbury Company held its first annual Pillsbury Bake-Off competition, awarding $50,000 for the contest’s best recipe, which in its first year was No-Knead Water-Rising Twists.
Archives for September 23, 2015
You know something? Shakespeare is funny. This production is a delight, and I am going to recommend it – wait for it- most especially for people who hate Shakespeare. The more you hate hate Shakespeare, the more you’ll be surprised by the knockdown dragout good time you’ll have in this rendition of Much Ado About […]
Queens Girl in the World is a story of change, discovery, and self-acceptance set against the tumultuous backdrop of Civil Rights-era New York City. Playwright Caleen Sinette Jennings tells an engaging, personal story inspired by her own childhood experiences and manages the high-wire act of balancing humor, historical and political context, and accessible personal narrative.
Sunday night I stepped into a theatre filled with a diverse group of people: young, old, black, white, and brown. The faces surrounding me had one thing in common, a smile; a smile that seemed to be filled with anticipation for the world premiere of playwright Gabrielle Fulton’s new work, Uprising.
We are pleased to welcome noted theatre critic John Lahr back to Washington with this interview, conducted last week in New York.
Marilyn Hausfeld will debut Just Between Us – A Piano, A Mic, A Memory, October 1 – 4, 2015.
Today and tomorrow (Sept 23 and 24) the visit of Pope Francis will draw hundreds of thousands of people to the city. Expect intermittent street closures, parking restrictions, bicycling restrictions and changes to public transportation. All of the theatres we queried will be open. Best advice for getting around is to plan in advance and […]