As we hurl toward an unpredictable and increasingly surreal election in November, Donald Trump’s persona is hard to avoid. Endlessly looped on news broadcasts and grabbing headlines each day with his latest provocations, he has finally achieved the level of ubiquity that many suspect compelled him to join the race just over a year ago. […]
Archives for July 28, 2016
Globe’s marvelous Merchant for 21st century audiences (review)
Shakespeare’s Globe has brought a wonderful The Merchant of Venice to The Kennedy Center for an unfortunately too-brief stay. Jonathan Munby’s production is powerful, smart, handsome, melodious, and quite funny.
Yellowman at Anacostia Playhouse (review)
Self-hatred is the most lethal hatred of them all. It runs through your veins like hot lead, poisoning your thoughts and perspective, filling every cell with corrosive anger and clouding your joy.
Learn some new moves, DC, this Saturday is National Dance Day
Celebrate National Dance Day 2016 with free dance classes and performances this Saturday, July 30 from 1 to 11 pm at The Kennedy Center. Sponsored by The Kennedy Center and Dizzy Feet Foundation, the festival includes free dance routines and lessons, outdoor performances, and live music.