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The nominees for the 34th annual Helen Hayes Awards, which recognizes and celebrates excellence in professional theatre in the metropolitan area, were announced Monday, Feb. 5 in the Helen Hayes Gallery of Washington's historic National Theatre. The “Hayes” category is for shows with mostly Equity actors; “Helen” is for shows with mostly non-Equit View more
Sledding, ice skating, making angels in the snow and building snow men are among everyone’s favorite winter activities. Adventure Theatre (AT) brings the magic of a snow day to life with its latest production, “Frosty the Snow Man.” Montgomery County native Jason Schlafstein makes his AT debut as director of the show. He approached the production w View more
On Thanksgiving, just about everyone in America does the same thing, joining family and friends for a lavish meal and an opportunity to give thanks for abundant blessings. In Downtown Silver Spring, the togetherness-and-gratitude routine starts early, with the annual Montgomery County Thanksgiving Parade stepping off from the corner of Ellsworth Dr View more
What started as a mock holiday in 1995 has become kind of, almost, sort of a real thing. International Talk Like a Pirate Day, while not a Hallmark holiday (yet), is widely recognized by kids, as well as history and maritime geeks as a day to talk like a pirate for no good reason.
The child or teen who wants to take a tap or acting class can pretty much go anywhere in the Washington metro area. Yet, if they want a comprehensive education focusing on technique in multiple disciplines, they were out of luck--until now. Adventure Theatre MTC Academy recently announced a new Conservatory Training Program for fourth- through 12th View more
When Rick Hammerly was asked to direct Adventure Theatre MTC's production of “Junie B. Jones is Not a Crook,” he had never heard of Barbara Park’s bestselling children's book series.
The annual festival known as Imagination Bethesda celebrates children and the arts by featuring fun, food and entertainment that is provided by some of the businesses and arts organizations that give the community its gloss--from Strathmore to Imagination Stage to Montgomery Parks to the Bethesda-Chevy Chase YMCA.
Alive with love, magic and intrigue, “Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp” at Adventure Theatre MTC (ATMTC) at Glen Echo Park offers a delightful look into Middle Eastern culture through retelling one of the traditional stories from the “One Thousand and One Nights.”
This year, Adventure Theatre at Glen Echo Park is celebrating its 65th anniversary of offering professional shows for the young and young at heart. Since merging in 2012 with the Musical Theater Center---and changing its name to Adventure Theatre MTC (ATMTC)— the nonprofit expanded its mission to include training children aspiring to a life on the View more
Song, dance and a bit of poetry bring to life a fairytale world of magic spells, good and evil, and love and betrayal in the world premiere musical, “Ella Enchanted,” on stage at Adventure Theatre MTC in Glen Echo Park.
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