Posts Tagged ‘Chad Bauman’

Arts Roundup: “Tennessee” Edition

Could the Caribbean Festival return to D.C.? [Tim Craig]
D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities announces a summer concert series on the National Mall. [Art 202]
Constellation Theatre teams up with 14th Street NW bars. [Washington Business Journal]
Alternative hip-hop group Arrested Development (of "Tennessee" fame) plays a benefit for N Street Village next week. [Borderstan]
Arena Stage's [...]

Arts Roundup: Bullet-Riddled School Bus Edition

A federal judge will decide who's the rightful owner of the Renoir purchased for $7 at a Harper's Ferry flea market in 2009. [WTOP]
A school bus riddled with bullet holes comes to D.C. [Post]
National Geographic CEO John Fahey will retire in 2014. [Bloomberg]
Arena Stage Associate Executive Director Chad Bauman leaves the company for Milwaukee Repertory [...]

Are D.C. Theaters Playing It Too Safe?

In March, the Washington Post's chief theater critic, Peter Marks, lamented that the 2012-2013 seasons of several large D.C.-area companies—among them Signature Theatre, the Kennedy Center, and Arena Stage—were too reliant on such chestnuts as My Fair Lady and Dreamgirls. "The clear bet theaters are making is that these shows will be far easier to market, [...]

Arts Roundup: Really Really Frustrating Edition

The National Museum of African American History breaks ground. [WaPo]
At a talkback for Really Really—Signature Theatre's play involving an accusation of rape—half the audience blames the victim. [Style Blog]
Monument Fest talks up their indie-rock-for-charity concerts. [Scout Mob]
Arena Stage Communications Director Chad Bauman heads to Smithsonian. [DC Theatre Scene]
If we really must ask: Who will be [...]

Arts Roundup: Volta Bureaus Edition

Ticket (Time and) Place: Arena Stage is launching a multi-tiered "Pay Your Age" program to replace its system of offering last-minute heavy discounts to theater-goers under 30. The latter was problematic, and Arena's communications director, Chad Bauman, explains why on his blog.
Fair Game: In addition to selling one of his works to the lady from [...]

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