The In Series' latest opera—part of its "Made In America" series—is about as dull as life on the farm.
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Don’t hate Benoit & Sergio for making it look so easy: The two house-music makers radiate the kind of leisurely, I’m-on-a-boat, what-of-it? chill-bro ennui that might make working-class house practitioners tear off in search of even the lowest quality Trax Records 12-inch. But queue up Benoit & Sergio’s two fabulous recent EPs, A Bridge So [...]
The Kennedy Center's new organ arrives. [Post]
GALA Theatre will present three D.C. premieres next season. [Post]
Emmylou Harris talks about her early days playing clubs in D.C. [DCist]
Kennedy Center prez Michael Kaiser theorizes that arts could be saved if more fathers danced. [Huffington Post D.C.]
A Washington Post contributor says nice things about Natalie Hopkinson's book Go-Go [...]
Watching dance in D.C. usually means picking between two modalities: drought and thunderstorm. During the dry summer months, virtually nothing is on the radar anywhere in town; then suddenly September arrives and there’s a deluge of intriguing-looking shows, so many that it’s impossible to see them all.
This weekend is a welcome exception. There are a [...]