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The 1970s funk band War once asked in song, “Why Can't We Be Friends?” (Repeat that three more times to get the ear worm).
Sit with Kensington author Paul Sleman Clark for a while and be prepared to hear lots of stories--stories about growing up in Montgomery County, stories about his love of sports and stories about his lifelong interest in history.
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.
When it comes to annual festivals, many people know exactly what to expect. They are familiar with the schedule of their favorite events and so can plan accordingly. That is not the case with the annual Gaithersburg Book Festival. "Every year we have a whole new crop of authors," said City of Gaithersburg Mayor Jud Ashman who founded the festival. View more
In tune with the magic of the holiday season, Adventure Theatre (AT) is welcoming audiences into the fantasy world of Narnia. “The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe,” the first volume of C.S. Lewis' “The Chronicles of Narnia,” will be onstage from Dec. 2 to 31 in Glen Echo Park.
Nick Olcott has vivid memories of his childhood. In fact, he believes he directs so many children's theater productions because he can recall what it was like to be a child. One of his most formative memories came when his brother took his beloved stuffed chimp Zippy, fashioned a parachute out of a plastic bag, put its arms through the holes and th View more
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