Creative Voices + Cultural Happeningsin Montgomery County, MD
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Every summer when Sarah Corey was a child, her family would go to Alger Farm in Massachusetts to pick blueberries. She, along with her two brothers, would create little pails out of empty two-liter soda bottles by cutting off their tops, punching holes and adding rope to make handles. Wearing the pails around their necks, the three would fill them with View more
“Robin Hood,” the classic tale of good vs. evil, comes to life with the aid of a band of Merry Men and all the boys and girls in the audience at Bethesda’s Imagination Stage. The audience is invited to join in the action as Robin Hood, played by Chris Dinolfo, leads the forces of good in the fight against the forces of greed, led by the Sheriff View more
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.”
It’s a great time to be 1 to 5 years old in Montgomery County. Imagination Stage (IS) has created a show just for them. “Paper Dreams,” a new collaboration with Mons Dansa Dance Company from Barcelona, Spain, is on stage through April 9.
Ali Oliver-Krueger is as content to share her unique take on the fine art of story theatre in the Washington metro area as in faraway Kenya. The comfort level of InterAct Story Theatre’s executive and artistic director was likely nurtured by her experience of growing up as an Army brat; living on an Army base in Japan as well as in a variety of stateside 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.
Nick Olcott has vivid memories of his childhood. In fact, he believes he directs so many children's theater productions because he can recall what it was like to be a child. One of his most formative memories came when his brother took his beloved stuffed chimp Zippy, fashioned a parachute out of a plastic bag, put its arms through the holes and threw View more
Sierra J. Smith