All posts tagged "kennedy center"

  • Hakuna Matata

    The lion might sleep in ''the mighty jungle,'' but at American University's Greenberg Theater, on Monday, Aug. 11, the lion will be rocking to the...

  • Animal Planet

    At some point -- and for some the transition passes by virtually unnoticed -- Disney becomes a brand. That is not to say that there...

  • Latin Infused

    Before Dan Guerrero even wrote a one-man show detailing his experiences as a gay Latino in show business, he promptly trademarked the show's title. ''My...

  • Elektrafying

    As anyone with a pulse knows, Hollywood -- both the A and the B list -- continues to outrage the arbiters of good taste with...

  • High Note

    If you are a giggler or not immersed to the point of humorlessness in the traditions, quirky and otherwise, of opera, be strongly advised to...

  • Classic Verdi

    When serving up poignancy, there cannot be contrivance unless it is intended. In any other form, its presence will dull and deflate the impact of...

  • The Damned

    In a recent metro-area school production of Don Quixote, parents were shocked and dismayed when teenage members of the audience greeted a fellow classmate's performance...

  • Making History

    Born in 1945 to a father who was a German immigrant baker and a mother who was an African-American cleaning woman, Frederick August Kittel would...

  • Fairly Perfect

    Fair? Hardly. This Lady is fabulous. From the first note to the last, My Fair Lady, now in the Kennedy Center Opera House, is a...

  • Heartbreak Hotel

    It's awfully hard not to smile when presented with director Mariusz Trelinski's modern take on Giacomo Puccini's highly revered classic, La Boheme. There is something...