Creative Voices + Cultural Happeningsin Montgomery County, MD
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A mother, a daughter, a worldwide dependence on a finite fossil fuel. The American premiere of British playwright Bella Hickson’s “Oil” is at Olney Theatre Center for the Arts.
Like the adage on the classic Levy’s rye bread advertisement, you don’t have to be Jewish to love Israeli folk dancing. And Israeli dance these days is not just a classic hora.
A Mark Twain classic gets a fresh perspective.
‘Dickens’s Davy Copperfield’ teaches modern day kids the power of perseverance and creativity
The world playwright Steve Yockey creates in “Reykjavik” feels like a fever dream on ice. Dark magic, sensuality and violence make this Grimm’s fairy tale for the 21st-century even grimmer.
“Once,” the Broadway musical comes to Olney Theatre Center. A quirky kind of romance about two people — Girl and Guy — who fall in love with the transcendent power of music.
Rockville Little Theatre's production of John Bishop’s comedy-murder mystery, which opened on Broadway in 1987, is set to take the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre stage for six performances from Feb. 1 through 10.
Best Medicine Rep Theater brings new comedies — and only comedies — to audiences seeking a healthy dose of laughter.
Step Afrika! launches its 25th anniversary year with a program of beloved favorites that show the distinctive percussive form engrained in early- and mid-20th-century African-American fraternity and sorority traditions.
Something mysterious is taking the Arts Barn stage in the Kentlands. Mysterious, and funny, too — because “Catch Me If You Can,” Montgomery Playhouse’s latest offering, is a theatrical hybrid best described as a comedy-whodunit.