All posts tagged "kennedy center"

  • A Cheyenne New Year's

    Cheyenne Jackson is surely one of the nicest guys working in the entertainment industry today -- but everyone has a breaking point. ''Some of our...

  • Untraditional Tidings

    Got the holiday spirit – but tired of tradition? Call it bah-humbug blasphemy, but most area theaters and concert venues aim to entice the average...

  • Organ Transplant

    ''An organ in a concert hall has to have balls,'' says organ consultant Jeff Weiler. ''And the old organ was just whistling Dixie.'' The Kennedy...

  • Cox Appeal

    For the record, Deborah Cox does not think she's a gay man trapped in a straight woman's body. ''I've never looked at myself like that,''...

  • King of Pops

    Steven Reineke once played trumpet in a college production of Pippin. Decades later, Stephen Schwartz, the composer of Pippin, sat at Reineke's piano in New...

  • Four Legs Good

    In this age in which every successful fantasy or adventure novel has been – or will be – fully ''realized'' via computer generation, there is...

  • Horse Play

    {Warhorse (Photo by Brinkhoff Mogenburg)} Christopher Mai is a dancer by training, and has done some previous work with puppets. But for his latest role?...

  • Vampire Barre

    ''It's been loosely referred to as the Rocky Horror Show of ballet,'' jokes Michael Pink. ''It comes back and back again because it sells out....

  • Good Humor Honor

    Last night, Kristen Chenoweth and Lily Tomlin led the honors at the Kennedy Center for Hollywood's preeminent cute and clever comic, Ellen DeGeneres. The occasion...

  • Cocksure

    Offering plenty of curb appeal in the form of wit, slapstick, a libidinous thundering bass, damsels in distress, sword fights and a reasonably gratifying comeuppance,...

  • Broadway's Future

    ''If there's one thing that drives me crazy,'' says Michael Kerker, ''it's when people say there really aren't any great young musical theater writers ....

  • Torture Garden

    Slap some skates on Gomez, Morticia and company, ship 'em off to some suburban arena like the Patriot Center, and call it The Addams Family...

  • The Washington Chorus

    Commissioned by Carnegie Hall, acclaimed young Italian composer Paola Prestini’s folk opera Oceanic Verses is a multimedia opera concert event with scenic installation. Julian Wachner...

  • Razzle Dazzle

    Chicago. Cabaret. Liza with a ''Z.'' Certainly gays are familiar with the musical output of the showy songwriting duo John Kander and the late Fred...

  • Master Class with Barbara Cook at the Kennedy Center

    If you missed her namesake cabaret shows last Friday, fear not. You can at least see why Barbara Cook, a 2011 Kennedy Center honoree, is...

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