Get The Look: 89th annual Academy Awards

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The 89th annual Academy Awards took place in Los Angeles last night and as always the styles didn’t disappoint.  Mimi Valdes, Tracee Ellis Ross, Mary J. Blige, and Gabrielle Union all slayed the Red Carpet, Viewing Parties, and After Parties with effortless/ fabulous looks! Below, find the step by step guide on how celebrity hairstylist, […]

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Get The Look: 89th annual Academy Awards

Theater Review: ‘The How and the Why’ at Theater J

A play about the biological origins of menstruation? When he first heard about it, even Theatre J’s esteemed artistic director, Adam Immerwahr, remembers being skeptical. But as he worked on the project, he became captivated. It’s inescapable how relevant it is, “On the heels of an extraordinary set of marches for women’s rights all over […]
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Theater Review: ‘The How and the Why’ at Theater J

Concert Review: ‘Mendelssohn Symphony No.4’ by Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore

The caricature of classical music is that it is ‘serious’ music. The serious conductor conducts the serious musicians, while the audience looks on, seriously. Revealing the lie of this, Nicholas McGegan led the BSO in a joyful concert, full of fun, at Strathmore on Saturday evening. This is, of course, not to suggest that there […]
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Concert Review: ‘Mendelssohn Symphony No.4’ by Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore

Theatre Review: ‘Brother Mario’ at Flying V Theatre

It’s-a Mario! And Luigi, Peach, Daisy, Rosalina, Bowser, and King Boo, battling not each other but an existential crisis of Mushroom Kingdom-threatening proportions in this clever and insightful mash-up of beloved Nintendo characters and Anton Chekhov plays, written with brilliance by Seamus Sullivan for Flying V Theatre. If you’ve ever picked up a controller and […]
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Theatre Review: ‘Brother Mario’ at Flying V Theatre

Dance Review: ‘Baltimore Dance Invitational’ at Gordon Center

Incongruous. When watching the Baltimore Dance Invitational at the Gordon Center, this is the first word that came to mind. The outfits, scenery, music and moves seem to often be at odds with each other, not like the professional dance troupes we see in ballet or on ‘Dance Moms.’ The dancer might be moving quickly when […]
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Dance Review: ‘Baltimore Dance Invitational’ at Gordon Center

Opera Review: ‘Dead Man Walking’ at Washington National Opera

“The truth will set you free.” This was the theme of Jake Heggie and Terrence McNally’s compelling opera “Dead Man Walking.” Based on a true story, “Dead Man Walking” is about a man, Joseph De Rocher, who committed a heinous crime. Sentenced to the death penalty after being convicted of rape and murder, Joseph writes […]
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Opera Review: ‘Dead Man Walking’ at Washington National Opera

Concert Review: ‘Unraveled’ by the Akropolis Reed Quintet – part of the CandleKids Series at the Smith Theatre at Howard Community College

If you feel the need for reeds, ‘Unraveled’ by the Akropolis Reed Quintet is the perfect concert. This group of five super talented musicians takes listeners on an amazing, interactive musical adventure. And this isn’t your usual black-and-white wearing super serious classical musical group. The Reed Quintet is innovative, youthful, and full of enthusiasm. Along […]
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Concert Review: ‘Unraveled’ by the Akropolis Reed Quintet – part of the CandleKids Series at the Smith Theatre at Howard Community College