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“Tower in Three,” a sculpture by Barbara Liotta on display in the Glen Echo Park Stone Tower Gallery, more than lives up to the challenge of creating art inspired by space.
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.
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.
Five will be the magic number on Wednesday, Dec. 7, when each of the county’s five Whole Foods Markets (WFM) locations will partner with five county-based arts organizations for a Community 5% Day to fund youth arts education. WFM will donate 5 percent of the day’s sales to the organizations--Strathmore, Imagination Stage, Metropolitan Ballet Theat View more
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
To call the pieces featured in “Contrasts” mere “glass” would be a vast understatement. These works by local artists Jane Callen and Janet Wittenberg are alive with meaning, depth and astonishing beauty.
This fall, dance enthusiasts will have the opportunity to learn from members of one of the metropolitan area’s most prominent contemporary dance companies at Glen Echo Park.
In the one-man show based on Sergei Prokiev’s 1936 children’s piece—for which the Russian composer wrote the music for the orchestra as well as the text for the narrator—Piper performs six different character voices, while “holding a puppet in each hand, operating the lights and sound cues. I even operate a puppet with my toes,” he said. “Not bad f View more
Through song, spoken word and dance, more than 500 musicians, storytellers and dancers from around the region will gather in the historic park to show and tell the traditions of folk art across the world.
By: Peggy Vaughn
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