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All posts tagged "artisphere"

  • Classical Music: Fall Arts Preview 2014

    Whether your predilection is opera or chorale, piano or violin, quartet or orchestra — any or all — Washington offers the classical music lover a...

  • Museums & Galleries: Fall Arts Preview 2014

    It’s official: The Fall 2014 museum and galleries season is for the birds. But only literally speaking, of course. At least three area museums devote...

  • Above & Beyond: Fall Arts Preview 2014

    Comedy, Readings, Discussions, Spoken Word, Multimedia, Tastings, Tours, Etc.

  • The pop opera of UrbanArias

    UrbanArias finds "winning combination" to attract new opera fans

  • Guitar Queen

    “What can I do with just 10 fingers that will wow people?” Years after Rolling Stone heralded her one of its “New Guitar Gods” and...

  • Creative Capital

    ''It's a great place for people who are interested in starting to build a collection,'' Lisa Gold says of Select 2014. ''Or people who are...

  • David Crabb’s Goth and Gay Days Deep in the Heart of Texas

    A two-time winner of the storytelling organization The Moth’s StorySLAM, the New York-based David Crabb offers a local presentation of his off-Broadway one-man show all...

  • Artisphere Turns 3 with 1,000 Andy Warhols

    Tonight is the night to don a black turtleneck and silver wig and head over to Arlington’s Artisphere for its “Night of 1,000 Andys Dance...

  • Pop Art

    Jose Ortiz never forgot an experience he had over a decade ago at New York's Queens Museum of Art. ''You follow all the rules and...

  • By Design

    Douglas Burton has spent well more than a decade focused on showcasing and celebrating the latest designs and designers. ''I'm passionate about design, and I...

  • Homeless

    ''We're in a bit of flux trying to figure out how best to accomplish everything that we'd planned,'' says WSC Avant Bard's Christopher Henley. That...

  • Superstars

    A little bit country, a little bit rock and roll, WSC Avant Bard's spring rep of Euripides's The Bacchae and Sam Shepard's The Tooth of...

  • Muscle Opera

    ''I think this may be the first time that anyone has dealt theatrically with gay physique magazines,'' says Michael Korie. Before there were official gay...

  • Countdown to Yuri’s Night

    Intended as a “holiday for space,” the annual event Countdown to Yuri’s Night celebrates the world’s first manned space flight by Russian cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin...

  • Bad Company

    In the words of Mahatma Gandhi, ''There is a higher court than courts of justice and that is the court of conscience. It supersedes all...

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