Posts Tagged ‘Bolshoi Ballet’

Arts Roundup: Thomas Mallon Edition

D.C. writer and George Washington University professor Thomas Mallon (Watergate) is a finalist for the PEN/Faulkner Award for Fiction. [Post]
The dancer who confessed to orchestrating an acid attack on the Bolshoi Ballet's director has performed in D.C. before. [Post]
Brightest Young Things announces a big local music showcase at The Hamilton in April. [Brightest Young Things]
Monica Hesse [...]

ToDo ToDay: ’90s Alt-Rock, African Dance, and Colin Powell

Colin Powell may not be a first-team member of the George W. Bush administration rogues gallery, but he wasn’t exactly marginal. For all the intrigues that pitted the folk-hero Secretary of State against Voldemortian colleagues like Donald Rumsfeld, it’s easy to forget that it was Powell who went to the U.N. to make the phony [...]