Though the laughs in Studio Theatre’s ‘Laugh’ may be strained at times, the quirky play is pleasant.
Category: Performing Arts
Mary Gauthier’s songs of pain and hope help others who’ve been there.
Apollo Orchestra bridges the gap between town and gown with recent Kennedy Center performance.
Tackling pedophilia in a musical is no easy feat, and makes ‘Kid Victory’ a bit of a miss.
REVIEW: Choral Arts join forces with Washington Performing Arts choirs for MLK celebration.
REVIEW: Soprano Renée Fleming takes her audience on a journey in song through her past.
Beth Hart, one of music’s most powerful voices, defines the word survivor.
Lisa D’Amour’s simplistic ‘Cherokee’ doesn’t have the same impact as her previous ‘Detroit.’