Get ready to have the “Time of your Life” as the 1987 movie classic “Dirty Dancing” comes to life on stage! Last night, Washingtonians gathered at the historic National Theater for the Opening Night of Dirty Dancing – The Classic Story
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THE BOXTROLLS partnering with the Imagination Foundation and launching “The Boxtrolls Cardboard Challenge Contest”September 3, 2014
The fantastical, lovable Boxtrolls creatures from this fall’s family event movie The Boxtrolls are thinking outside their box(es) – for the Boxtrolls Cardboard Challenge Contest throughout September, and for a partnership with the Imagination Foundation.
Isango’s Baltimore stop on world tour is Oct. 17-19
Award-winning South African theater company, the Isango Ensemble, will stop at Baltimore’s Center Stage during its U.S. tour to perform its adaptations of Mozart’s opera, The Magic Flute (Impempe Yomlingo), and Shakespeare’s epic love poem, Venus and Adonis, for one weekend only, Oct. 17 to 19.
Tickets to the National Philharmonic’s 2014-2014 season at Strathmore are now on sale. The Philharmonic’s new season, led by Music Director and Conductor Piotr Gajewski, will celebrate the orchestra’s 10th anniversary of performing at the beautiful Music Center at Strathmore. In early February, a special anniversary weekend kicks off with the annual all-Chopin recital by pianist Brain Ganz, now almost halfway through his quest to perform all of the works of this great Romantic composer, and concludes with a reprise of the Philharmonic’s inaugural Strathmore concert from February 12, 2005, featuring Beethoven’s epic Symphony No. 9 and Andreas Makris’ Strathmore Overture.