Stage & Screen

Andrea Harris Smith as Nya in "Pipeline" // Photo: C. Stanley Photography

Studio Theatre’s Pipeline Depicts Correlation Between Struggles Past And Present

In one poignant scene in Dominique Morisseau’s play Pipeline, Nya, a black mom who teaches in a resource-strapped city school, shares the poem We Real Cool with her students. The Gwendolyn Books poem used to be a favorite of hers. But now its message hits a little too close to home.   On another part of the […]

Galleries

Articles

Folger's Merry Wives Bring 1970s Girl Power To Shakespeare Classic

When thinking of great feminist playwrights, William Shakespeare…

A Step Above the Rest: Step Afrika! Returns To Strathmore

Step Afrika! was created in 1994 by C. Brian Williams, who wanted…

Elvis Presley Cracks Jokes While Celebs Throw Punches (Sort Of)

On January 3 and 4, Astro Pop Events celebrated Elvis Presley’s…

Round House Theatre's Fourth Wall Bar and Cafe Creates Community Among Theatergoers

I have a typical procedure when going to a theater. I like to…

Machine Dazzle Puts Artistic Twist On Holiday Sauce Costumes

Being the decorator of a bonafide genius isn't for the faint…

Jazz Musician Mark G. Meadows Brings Spontaneity to Signature Theatre

A Jazz Musician “I am a jazz musician,” Mark G. Meadows…

DC Actress Maria Rizzo Embraces Challenges, Finds Humor & Adds a Hint of Sass

Kicking and Singing Maria Rizzo is quick to tell you she’s…

Stage & Screen: December 2019

Through Sunday, December 22 The Woman in Black Stephen Mallatratt…
subscribe_300x250