Creative Voices + Cultural Happeningsin Montgomery County, MD
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An unlikely duo performs chamber classics.
Adventure Theatre-MTC stages Cat In The Hat narrated by NPR’s Ari Shapiro for Michael Bobbitt Last Show
From the author of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory comes another unlikely hero: Matilda Wormwood. Born to parents who prize their own ignorance and disdain books, learning, and any information they can’t get from television, Matilda somehow manages to emerge…a genius.
When last we saw Nora Helmer, she left her husband Torvald—and audiences—with the slam of a door that became a feminist battle cry. Now, 15 years later, Nora knocks on that same door in search of closure… except the reactions of those she left behind are not quite what she anticipated.
A story of medieval women’s liberation. Princess Ida and her band of maidens decide to abandon men and form their own women’s university. Great fun, and some of the best music and lyrics from Gilbert & Sullivan.
The two most powerful women of the 16th Century – Queen Elizabeth I and Mary, Queen of Scots – are on an explosive collision course in this thrilling drama of sex, power, intrigue, and betrayal.
Go on an adventure with infinite endings in "Escape from Peligro Island" at Imagination Stage.
Artistic Director Ryan Rilette helms this thrilling nail biter, based on the true events surrounding the Oslo Peace Accords.
Maryland Youth Ballet puts on a show this Mother's Day at the Robert E. Parilla Performing Arts Center
The Beau Soir Ensemble brings their chamber music charm to Musical Arts International this weekend.