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When Strathmore wanted to pay tribute to the queen, whose decades-long work in the civil rights and women’s rights movements proved to be as much of a legacy as her dozens of studio albums, they chose three young women to sing her songs and honor her memory at AMP
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.
An exhibit called, “To Bear Witness: The Art of Testimony” is a quiet reminder of lives cut short and families impacted by the horrors of the Holocaust.
Richard Bell, an associate professor will be at the Sandy Spring Museum giving a talk that focuses on “Hamilton: An American Musical,” the musical theater phenomenon based on Revolutionary War hero Alexander Hamilton and the founding of the United States of America.
“It doesn’t matter who you are, what kind of career you have; everybody needs to know how to write,” says Margaret Meleney. The CPA and nonprofit association executive took the helm of the Bethesda-based Writer’s Center six months ago.
If music is the universal language, then perhaps laughter is its soundtrack. That’s what the comedians of Improbable Comedy’s “Comedy as a Second Language” show are banking on for a night of chuckles at the Silver Spring Black Box Theatre on Saturday, Jan. 12.
Kentlands resident and realtor brings a unique energy to live theater.
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.
The Washington Conservatory of Music presents Alexander Paley performing Chopin’s “Preludes” and Prokofiev’s “Romeo and Juliet”
The play that started it all, that has been a mainstay of Imagination Stage since its 2009 inception, received a wonderful gift for the New Year.
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