Posts Tagged ‘Tony Awards’

Arts Roundup: Minigolf Edition

A Yes! Organic Market for H Street Playhouse's old space? Maybe. [Frozen Tropics]
Former president Bill Clinton helps the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum commemorate 20 years. [Post]
This year's Tony Awards nominees include some productions first seen in D.C. [D.C. Theatre Scene]
Minigolf returns to the National Building Museum. [Post]
In the latest episode of The Real Housewives of Benning [...]

Arts Roundup: Pauly Shore Edition

Maura Judkis on D.C.'s showing at the Tonys: "...as robust and brilliant as Washington theater can be, we’re still just one of the planets orbiting around the center of the theatrical universe, Broadway. Did we get our hopes up too high? Shouldn’t we be used to this by now?" [Post]
The imperiled Corcoran will hold a [...]

How D.C. Fared at the Tony Awards

We’ll never know what Michael Kaiser planned to say in his Tony Awards acceptance speech, but thank goodness the Kennedy Center’s president still has his Huffington Post column. And thank goodness for the Shakespeare Theatre and Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, two D.C. nonprofits that both got shout-outs on national television last night. And while the [...]

Shakespeare Theatre Company Earns a Tony

The Shakespeare Theatre Company will receive this year's Tony Award for Regional Theatre—the annual prize that the ceremony, which honors Broadway theater productions, hands to a company located outside the Great White Way. Shakespeare Theatre is the third D.C.-area troupe to receive the prize; Arena Stage won it in 1976 and Signature Theatre won it [...]

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