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All posts tagged "atlas performing arts center"

  • 5 highlights on tap at the Atlas Intersections Festival

    5 highlights on tap at the Atlas Intersections Festival

  • Collaborative Arts

    Atlas's Intersections Festival returns for more cross-cultural mixing

  • Killing Monsters at Rorschach Theatre

    Known for ambitious staging of eccentric, or just plain out-there, fantasy tales, Rorschach Theatre has seemingly done it again with Qui Nguyen’s She Kills Monsters,...

  • Unhappy Days: Scena stages Beckett’s absurdist classic

    Happy Days at Scena Theatre and Cloak and Dagger at Signature Theatre

  • District of Dance

    ''Our intent,'' says Carla Perlo of Dance Place, ''is to shed light on the fact that yes, we have world-class companies that have chosen to...

  • The Atlas Presents Gay Camber-Pop Group Tonight

    The Atlas presents a multimedia concert by The Irrepressibles, an intriguing 10-piece chamber-pop band from London led by gay singer-composer Jamie McDermott. The strings-oriented group...

  • Staging the Impossible

    ''Every seat in the house has a little bit different experience of the show,'' says Jenny McConnell Frederick, referring to Rorschach Theatre's Neverwhere. As staged by...

  • Pushing Forward

    ''This time we're really excited because we get to be in an actual theater,'' Mara Levi says. The past two years at the Atlas Intersections...

  • Delilah, the ultimate hair-stylist

    The Washington Savoyards presents a staged concert, the D.C. premiere of ArtsCentric’s new musical Delilah featuring music by Cedric D. Lyles and book and lyrics...

  • Gay Chanticleer

    ''I THINK I'D PREFER IF YOU DIDN'T know anything special about me,'' Matt Alber sings at the start of his latest album Constant Crows. ''Yes,...

  • Can’t Stop the Music at Atlas

    Atlas’s third annual Gay 101 film series has been more than cut in half, with only four films screening as opposed to last year’s eleven....

  • Arts Hub

    Over the past few years the once-derelict H Street Corridor near Union Station has become one of the city's buzziest. And it has the arts...

  • Balladeers

    The In Series targets one performance of every production to the LGBT community, labeling it ''OUT at the In Series.'' But honestly, any performance of...

  • Required Viewing

    ''The real difference between last year and this year,'' says Scott Kenison, founding chief operating officer of the Atlas Performing Arts Center, ''is that this...

  • Ain’t MIsbehavin’ at the Atlas

    The Washington Savoyards presents a production of this rollicking, swinging, finger-snapping revue, a tribute to the music of 1930s Harlem, where Thomas “Fats” Waller and...