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Three decades of working well together on two fronts--both domestically and in the theater--have made Karen and William T. Fleming (who goes by his middle name, Todd) an enviable pair. Their most recent undertaking, a production of Richard Bean’s “One Man, Two Guvnors” will be on the Silver Spring Stage (SSS) from June 30 to July 29.
Over her 23 years of directing award-winning children’s theater at Imagination Stage, artistic director Janet Stanford never shied away from the mundane tasks that kept the company afloat. From selling tickets to cleaning restroom sinks during the early years at White Flint Mall, she simply rolled up her sleeves and got on with it.
Markus Stenz has a come a long way since his days under his father’s piano. The internationally-acclaimed German-born maestro is now the Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra’s Chief Conductor, the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra’s Conductor in Residence and happily for Metro D.C. area classical music lovers, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s Prin View more
“Mirror to the World” is being celebrated as much for its opening as for its closing. Photographer Frank Van Riper, who initiated the Glen Echo Photoworks documentary photography exhibit in 2009, served as curator for its final run. Riper, a senior faculty member at Photoworks, author and award-winning photographer, conceived of the ongoing exhibit View more
Cellist Zuill Bailey is delighted to return to “the region that produced everything that is my life—especially to the glorious hall of Strathmore, which is a musical instrument itself.” The recent double Grammy Award-winner—Best Instrumental Solo and Best Contemporary Classical Composition--is a Northern Virginia native who earned one of his degree View more
Nilimma Devi won the Lifetime Achievement Award in the 2013 County Executive’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities. Four years later, the artist, educator and choreographer continues to create and achieve. Devi is the founder and director of the Silver Spring-based Sutradhar Institute of Dance and Related Arts (SIDRA), which presents c View more
Elliott Kashner nearly became a lawyer. When the 31-year-old actor, who plays Father Flynn in Quotidian Theatre’s production of “Doubt: A Parable,” first came to the D.C. area from his hometown of York, Pa., it was on a full scholarship to George Mason University to study economics.
Fellow potters and visionary art lovers who have been privileged to meet Mary Bowron are as passionate about her as she is about her work. Those who have visited her studio and seen her art tend to concur with her youngest daughter Ellen who has stated unequivocally that her mother is a genius.
The desire in the eyes of the dancers in Companhia Urbana de Dança fuels the creativity of its Brazilian choreographer and artistic director. “We definitely are not an ordinary dance company,” Sonia Destri Lie (known as Destri) said of the ensemble she co-founded in 2005, its members recruited from Rio de Janeiro’s poor suburbs and favelas (mostly View more
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