All posts tagged "ganymede arts"

  • In the Pink

    Jeffrey Johnson has been part of Washington's cultural fabric for 15 years, even if he got his start on the stages of Columbia, S.C. But...

  • Close-Out Concert

    Jeffrey Johnson recalls Noi Chudnoff shopping at thrift stores for bras and panties -- for him to wear. ''It's so funny,'' he laughs. ''What other...

  • Imposter, Muse and a False Note

    When Patricia Highsmith created Tom Ripley, she created an evil that was terrifying because it was so deliciously attractive. Smart. Disturbingly sexual. Enticingly dangerous. Writer...

  • Busch Garden

    For Charles Busch, Washington is akin to a first love. The long-ago memory has all the elements: joy, discovery and resonance -- even as some...

  • Landmark Plays

    ''We wanted to create a very relaxed atmosphere to celebrate and learn about ourselves and our history,'' says Ganymede Arts' Jeffrey Johnson. His theater's current...

  • Garden Party

    Let's get this out of the way right off the top. Yes, Miss Pixie's Backroom Palace is the storeroom of the fantastic Miss Pixie's ''furnishings...

  • Gender-Juggling

    Special Agent Galactica is every woman. ''She's a rock chick. She is a '50s dynamo singer. She's pop. She is whatever is necessary,'' says Jeffrey...

  • Schedule of Events

    All performances at the Church Street Theater, 1742 Church St. NW Prices as noted, otherwise Pay What You Can. September 26 Opening Gala Featuring Holly...

  • Irreverent Icon

    Some might argue that ''icon'' is too reverent a word to apply to Holly Woodlawn. From Puerto Rico to Miami to Times Square, Woodlawn has...

  • Sudden Loss

    Noi Chudnoff, owner of Go Mama Go!, a gift shop at 1809 14th St. NW, died from massive head trauma on Tuesday, Nov. 6, after...