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All posts tagged "clarice smith center"

  • Vocal Chords: Maryland Lyric Opera’s Roméo et Juliette

    “It’s not that talented singers are not born anymore,” says Henriette Lund. “But they are, shall we say, ‘coached to death.'” A vocal coach at...

  • Pop Cultured: Taylor Mac

    Taylor Mac explores history and community through pop music

  • Motion Granted

    Last December, Kyle Abraham was a guest on Katie Couric’s daytime talk show on ABC. “I wasn’t just performing,” says the dancer/choreographer. “I was able...

  • Arts Future Showcase

    NextNow Fest celebrates UMD's The Clarice as a D.C. arts incubator

  • Rousseve's Reality

    As a child growing up in Houston, David Rousseve had dreams of being a Broadway triple-threat performer -- singer, dancer and actor. Surprisingly, that was...

  • BillT for Dance

    ''Bill is a genius,'' says Chris Jennings. ''The show epitomizes his genius. It's the perfect blend of music, dance and theater -- a completely unique...

  • Reagon's Rites

    Our community's progress with marriage equality has been impressive, but it's not enough for Toshi Reagon. ''What about the gay people that still don't want...

  • Scoring Sondheim

    Anthony De Mare prefers to know the score before seeing a show. '' I used to just go to the record store and...

  • Tony Kushner at the Smith Center

    The University of Maryland Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center and its School of Theatre, Dance and Performance Studies presents a conversation with gay Pulitzer/Emmy/Obie/Tony-winning playwright...

  • The Alexandria Kleztet

    Exciting and innovative, the Alexandria Kleztet has been combining traditional Eastern European Jewish music with diverse influences for more than a decade. The free concert...

  • Radio Macbeth

    The SITI Company presents Radio Macbeth, which tells the story of Orson Welles and his company of actors (Mercury Theatre on the Air) rehearsing for...

  • Homecoming Tribute

    As early as 1955, Anna Sokolow refused to alter her choreography with a gay sequence for a concert. ''She was a Jewish, straight white woman....

  • Dakshina at the Clarice Smith Center

    As early as 1955, Anna Sokolow refused to alter her choreography with a gay sequence for a concert. “She was a Jewish, straight white woman....

  • Enchanted April at Clarice Smith Center

    In an Italian villa in the 1920s, four Englishwomen — formerly strangers — open themselves to new possibilities and find unexpected pathways to self-discovery. Matthew...

  • Ibex Puppetry at Clarice Smith Center

    In Panther and Crane, Ibex Puppetry’s Heather Henson carries forward the legacy of her father Jim Henson through her own vision, with a story of...

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