Posts Tagged ‘theater j’

Arts Roundup: But Anyway, Explained Edition

Plus: Dance Place seeking new leadership.

Here They Come, A-Dramatizing: Five Shows To Check Out For the Holiday Season

From a modern take on the nativity story to a Jewish musical revue to a staged version of a classic NPR essay.

Arts Roundup: Sun’s Early Rays Edition

Plus: Theater J hires new artistic director.

Theater J Hires Adam Immerwahr as New Artistic Director

Nearly a year after firing Ari Roth, Theater J has hired Adam Immerwahr as its new artistic director.

A Torah of Mystery: How the True Story of a Crooked Rabbi Made It to the Stage

How a playwright adapted the story of a crooked Maryland rabbi for the stage

DCJCC Fires Ari Roth from Theater J

His comments to the media on internal censorship of diverse viewpoints were deemed insubordinate.

The Admission, Which Closes This Weekend, Reviewed

If you haven’t yet seen the controversial play that made its English-language debut at Theater J in March and raised the ire of local pro-Israel activists, here’s your last chance. After a sold-out “workshop” run at Theater J and a 22-show extension produced by Busboys and Poets at the Studio Theatre, The Admission is staging [...]

Busboys and Poets to Stage The Admission at Studio Theatre

After a 16-show run at the D.C. Jewish Community Center's Theater J, The Admission will return to the stage—this time at Studio Theatre's Mead Theatre, sponsored by Busboys and Poets.
According to a press release, the play, which confronts an alleged Israeli massacre of Palestinians in 1948, will be produced by Busboys proprietor (and ex-mayoral hopeful) Andy Shallal [...]

Arts Roundup: 2 Chainz & the Gang Edition

Foster the People, Lana Del Rey, 2 Chainz among the performers at this year's Sweetlife festival. [Arts Desk]
Chain & the Gang to release a new album in April. [Arts Desk]
While staging Yellow Face, a play that addresses white people portraying Asian people onstage, an unfortunate accident forces Theater J to do the same. Oh, this is just excellent. [...]

Arts Roundup: Stadium Shutdown Edition

District seizes the rapper-approved Stadium Club for unpaid taxes. [Young & Hungry]
News organizations formally protest the White House's restrictive photography policy. [Post]
GEICO listens to angry Baltimoreans and edits its embarrassing video about the Baltimore music scene. [Baltimore City Paper]
U.S. Commission of Fine Arts has a problem with the Eisenhower Memorial. [AP]
After some patrons criticize Theater [...]