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Silver Spring Stage may just have the antidote for those suffering from the cold and long winter nights.
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The Puppet Co. of Glen Echo Park is celebrating its 35th anniversary as only it can — by putting on display some of their more remarkable cast members through Aug. 25 at the Park View Gallery. Some 30 puppets, ranging from dragons to lovely maidens to wizened sorcerers, are suspended from the ceiling or pose elegantly in the sun-filled gallery. Sculpted
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The colors displayed on a computer screen or other digital device rarely demand a second thought -- until, that is, you view “Transcolorations,” an art exhibit at the BlackRock Center for the Arts in Germantown. The series of wall panels, sculptures and photographs bring a physical reality to color — as represented by bits of data on our cell
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There will come a day, this summer, when the kids will pine — or is that whine — for something a bit different. No need to run for cover. Just load the car up and head to one of three unique Montgomery County parks that offer a trip back in time along with plenty of natural beauty. Woodlawn Manor Cultural Park in Sandy Spring brings the drama and
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The Happenstance Theater company has been clowning around for years, but unlike anything seen inside a circus tent. Instead, the Montgomery County-based six-member ensemble mixes broad physical comedy -- think Lucille Ball or Charlie Chaplin — with a soupcon of satire and wit, music and dance. “Our work combines physical comedy with poetic humor,”
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Fruit flies are to Michele Banks what waterlilies were to Claude Monet: beauty worth capturing in all its subtle variations. While not a scientist herself, the D.C.-based artist spent time in a Paris laboratory learning all about drosophila, the humble fruit fly she described as the “workhorse” of the scientific world.
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Quotidian Theatre Company cast members brushed up on their English accents for their production of “Hobson's Choice,” Harold Brighouse’s romantic comedy of manners that runs through March 11 on the stage of the Writer’s Center in Bethesda. But don’t expect to hear the posh, clipped accents of “Downton Abbey.” Just as when the play premiered
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Rockville Little Theatre’s cast of “The Underpants” have a gem on their hands---a witty play that is as fun to perform as it is to watch. Adapted by comedian Steve Martin, the 1910 farce by Carl Sternheim offers actors a lot to work with, said director Karen Fleming.
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As a college undergraduate, Cassie Meador once questioned her plans for a future in dance, but a chance encounter with staff from Takoma Park’s Dance Exchange opened her eyes to new possibilities. “The core mission behind Dance Exchange—exploring who gets to dance, where dance happens and what dance is about—clearly articulated my belief that
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Original tile mosaics—with designs ranging from a bus blasting into outer space to fish swimming in a spiral—are adding pizazz to more than a dozen bus shelters along Rockville Pike. Installed by Montgomery County to mark the opening of the Ride On extRa express bus route running between the Lakeforest Transit Center and the Medical Center Metro,