Entries by Langford Wiggins

The Caucasian Chalk Circle, Small but Mighty

“Small but mighty” should be the thought that comes to mind after seeing the most recent production by the Constellation Theatre Company. Bertolt Brecht’s epic tale The Caucasian Chalk Circle dazzles in the hands of director Allison Arkell Stockman. She leads a small ensemble of 14 to victory as they confidently and passionately unveil the grand […]

TRANSIT at Dupont Underground

After a three-day stint at Dupont Underground, Australian-born choreographer and dancer Sarah J. Ewing’s site-specific, original dance and technology performance of TRANSIT left observers with pensive expressions. The looks were not of confusion, but rather a contemplation of the progression of life and the various elements that contribute to our individual present or future state. The performance […]

The Wild Party at Constellation Theatre

From beginning to end, The Wild Party is phenomenal. Allison Arkell Stockman’s rendition of Andrew Lippa’s critically acclaimed musical, at Constellation Theatre through October 29, is truly a wild party. Set in the roaring 1920s in Manhattan, the play follows the roller coaster of lovers Queenie and Burrs’ emotions during a party in their apartment, set to […]

Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival Rallies Support

Free-spirited at its core, the eighth annual Kingman Island Bluegrass and Folk Festival last Saturday rallied supporters once again. Benefiting the Living Classrooms Foundation, the occasion is one worth noting as a must-attend yearly event. The collection of local bands handpicked by past performers inspired a camaraderie among attendees, and there was a sense of […]

An Inside Look at Broccoli City Fest 2017

If you’ve ever wondered “Is Broccoli City Fest for me?”, the answer should be an emphatic “Yes!” After five years of entertaining and bringing communities together, the Broccoli City Fest has officially become a staple in the DC art scene, standing alongside known DC favorites like Art Night Out, Funk Parade and Jazz in the […]

DC Web Fest Unveils Unseen Realities

The DC Web & Digital Media Festival has done it again. Since 2013, founder Otessa Marie Ghadar has brought together award-winning global online creators to exchange ideas, perspectives and experiences with content consumers of all walks of life. She, along with her team of seven, has ushered in the fifth annual DC Web Fest with […]

Party Through the Decades for a Good Cause with LANCAR Ink

What makes April Fool’s Day more special than a night of dance music, drinks and most importantly, philanthropy? If you’re looking for a better way to spend an evening notoriously known for pranks (or the avoidance of pranks), look no further. Saloon on U Street will be hosting the Decades Dance Party for LANCAR Ink […]