Posts Tagged ‘MetroStage’

Christmas Cabaret Smackdown! A Broadway Christmas Carol vs. Holiday Follies

Is a “Text Me Merry Christmas” song dedicated to millennials (who were nowhere in the audience) really necessary?

Arts Roundup: Fake News Edition

All out of real news, the Newseum turns its attention to fake news with a planned Anchorman exhibit. [Arts Desk]
National Endowment for the Arts names the 2013 heritage fellows. [National Endowment for the Arts]
MetroStage announces its 2013-14 season. [Post]
Shy Glizzy and Lightshow team up for a new track, "Very Rare." [D.C. Mumbo Sauce]

This Week in WCP Arts: Fall Arts Guide!

Our arts section this week is bursting. Bursting! Why? It's Fall Arts Guide week. We've assembled a comprehensive guide to the most thought-provoking exhibits, film, and performers coming to town between through December, and we really recommend you read it. Skim our critic's picks and listings online, or pick up a copy of the real [...]

Arts Roundup: Death and Gravlax Edition

WaPo Really Wants Norwegian to Be 'Next Steig Larsson': Do you like reading about dead Scandinavians? The Washington Post has your guy. Monica Hesse leads off Style by totally crushing on Jo Nesbo, the author behind a series of crime novels starring the alcoholic detective Harry Hole. Nesbo's new book, The Snowman, came out yesterday, [...]

This Week in WCP Arts: Boxing on D.C. Stages, The Bang Bang Club, The Sweater Set

Chris Klimek—boxing instructor and theater critic—opens this week's arts section with an essay exploring the recent surfeit of pugilism on D.C. stages. My colleagues and I ponder which D.C. chains will get into the concert business now that Sweetgreen's annual festival has gone big-time. Tricia Olszewski has a triply bad time at the movies; check [...]