Around the holidays some people cozy up a little closer to their religion, making Christmas Eve the one day a year they actually attend services. Others, such as Jewish comedian Sean Altman, spend the night before Christmas on stage at Jammin’ Java tweaking Jesus for being short.
Over the breadth of history, love has presented itself in a variety of ways. Paul Curreri’s introduction into the life of Devon Sproule, however, may be completely unique.
Charles Dickens would applaud novel productions of his classic, “A Christmas Carol,” performed by two of the region’s most creative and talented theatre troupes this holiday season.
I wonder how many times the word, gritty, has been used in descriptions of Marsha Norman’s gritty play, “Getting Out,” since it first hit a New York Off-Broadway stage in 1978.
Free admission. Free parking. Close by. Don’t have to “dress up.” Couldn’t be easier. What is it? Spotlight by Starlight, the free summer concert series at the Newton Edwards Amphitheatre at Mason District Park in Annandale.
Gary Jules has a lot to be proud of.
Everyone But Pete frontman Jim Fanale might have best described the Manassas-based band’s new EP, Carry On, simply by relaying one difference from their previous work.
Peter Pan is the imagination of abandoned street urchins. They are the real subjects of the story, which is more Dickins-esque than most people realize.
Usually the phrase “Bug Off!” is not one that beckons participation, but several area organizations, and one international one, recently teamed up in hopes that an opera of that title would tempt local schoolchildren and their parents to become more active in the fine arts.
DC Comedy Showcase, Tuesday, January 16 at DC Improv