Creative Voices + Cultural Happeningsin Montgomery County, MD
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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.
There is more than one way to interpret the expression “off the wall” and the Waverly Street Gallery’s exhibit “Off the Wall” shows that sculpture has many sides. The Maryland Federation of Art’s (MFA) second annual 3-D show is on view through Aug. 5 at the Bethesda gallery. Dr. Oliver Shell of the Baltimore Museum of Art selected 40 pieces View more
When Alice falls through the rabbit hole at Imagination Stage this summer, she will find herself on a very different adventure from any Lewis Carroll created back in 19th-century England. The title, “Wonderland: Alice’s Rock & Roll Adventure.” offers a glimpse of the exploits ahead:
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.”
Looking for a night out that’s different from the usual? Something to do while Mother Nature decides what season it is? An excuse to laugh with friends and strangers? The City of Rockville’s Wine and Improv Series could be just the thing.
“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.
Pulling from her roots, classical guitarist Antigoni Goni will perform a program inspired by Greek culture and heritage on Saturday, Feb. 25 as part of the Chevy Chase-based John E. Marlow Guitar Series. Described as “an eloquent player with a graceful touch and rich sound” by the New York Times, Goni has performed around the world since winning 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.
It’s a classic play, more than 60 years old, but Sandy Spring Theatre Group (SSTG) opens a new production of Reginald Rose’s noir courtroom drama “12 Angry Men” at The Arts Barn in Gaithersburg on Jan. 6. “One of the marvelous things is the story itself is timeless,” said Bill Spitz, director of the play and SSTG president. “The things View more
At first, “Pink – A Cherry Blossom Fantasy” seems to be in the wrong place at the wrong time, but a few minutes at the installation by Rockville artist Liliane Blom proves otherwise. It is just what a cold weather-weary soul needs.
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