Nearly a century after his death, Edgar Degas is having his moment in D.C. This fall, the Kennedy Center will debut Little Dancer, a new musical inspired by “Little Dancer Aged Fourteen,” the impressionist’s sculpture on permanent display at the National Gallery of Art. Before his work gets the stage treatment, however, the NGA is asking [...]
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D.C.-based hip-hop and rock fusion act Funkmnkyz was only a few songs into its gig at Centreville sports bar Fast Eddie’s last Friday night when something jarring happened: One of the restaurant's managers came onstage and told the band members they couldn't rap anymore. The instrumentalists could continue playing, but the vocalists had to stop.
An occasional feature in which esteemed D.C. rapper Head-Roc shares what’s on his mind.
With so many events popping of in D.C. week after week, deciding what to do can be overwhelming. And though I hate to admit it, I am pretty much just using Facebook to assess what’s good in D.C. area entertainment these days. Everyone [...]
An occasional feature in which esteemed D.C. rapper Head-Roc shares what’s on his mind
In an effort to popularize artists and groups who have more than paid their dues and paved the way for others within the D.C. arts community, I have decided to provide profiles on who they are and what they are up to [...]