Entries by Kayla Marsh

The Leading Ladies Of The King’s Speech At National Theatre On Relationships, Power And Class

Here to fuel our generation’s obsession with British royalty, National Theatre is bringing British-American playwright David Seidler’s The King’s Speech to DC from February 11-16. If you’ve seen the 2010 Oscar-winning film, and not the play it was based on, you know the story of a shy, speech-stuttering King George VI (Bertie) who becomes a leader […]

A Q&A with Jersey Boys’ Eric Chambliss on Bob Gaudio’s Story of Ambition, Aspiration and More

Chicago native Eric Chambliss is currently in his second year touring with Jersey Boys, playing the role of songwriting legend Bob Gaudio of Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons, which comes to DC’s National Theatre Tuesday, December 17 through Sunday, January 5. This role of a lifetime matches the excitement of other well-known characters Chambliss has […]

Kacey Musgraves Brings More Than Just Crossover Country to Wolf Trap

There’s nothing better than hearing a full album you’ve treasured since its release live with amazing visual and instrumental effects in an intimate concert setting. On the second leg of her Oh, What A World Tour, Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Kacey Musgraves stopped in Vienna, VA to play a magical set for a sold-out crowd at Wolf […]

Dribbling The District: Mystics’ Kristi Toliver Goes In-Depth On Coaching Wizards

The NBA has included famous females on coaching staffs such as Becky Hammon (San Antonio Spurs), Jenny Boucek (Dallas Mavericks) and now Lindsey Harding (Philadelphia 76ers). Women assistant coaches are slowly gaining residence in men’s sports, including Washington Mystics point guard Kristi Toliver, who is now the first active WNBA player on an NBA coaching […]