All posts tagged "spring arts preview 2014"

  • All the World's Stages

    American culture dominates the global stage. Whether film, TV, music or theater, New York and Hollywood control the world to the point where it can...

  • Above & Beyond

    You may know John Waters best as a wacky, beloved Baltimore filmmaker, but these days he's spending more time on the standup circuit -- which...

  • Choral Connector

    ''Bach is my favorite composer, hands down,'' Chase Maggiano says, when asked what he listens to in his spare time. But in addition to baroque...

  • Film: New Movies for Spring 2014

    Blockbuster season nears, and for every webslinger, mutant and giant lizard, there seems to be fare more intimate and potentially interesting -- a sex-hungry woman,...

  • Stage: Plays, Musicals and Live Theater

    The theatre season may be half over, but that doesn't mean there isn't plenty left to see on D.C. stages, starting with the Kennedy Center,...

  • Dance: Ballet, Hip Hop, Folk and Contemporary

    Dance Place will conclude its season, in which its Brookland home venue has undergone extensive renovations, by presenting performances elsewhere by many of dance's leading...

  • Classical Music

    At least two of the region's major orchestras will perform a toast to the 150th birthday of German composer Richard Strauss, while two local Bach-focused...

  • Music: Pop, Rock, Folk and Jazz

    One of the biggest concerts this spring will be Adam Lambert filling in for the late, great Freddie Mercury performing with Brian May and Roger...