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A Chorus Line ~ Signature Theatre

Jordan Wright November 11, 2019

Director Matthew Gardiner’s reinterpretation of A Chorus Line features brand new choreography from Denis Jones and departs from the original branded choreography by Michael Bennett. Though I can’t recall the original enough to make a comparison of the two, I don’t think it’s necessary to enjoy the musical we’ve […]

Mark Morris Dance Group ~ Pepperland ~ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Jordan Wright November 16, 2019

Mark Morris Dance Group_Pepperland – Noah Vinson (forwground) and Dallas McMurray (background) ~ Photo by Mat Hayward

“It was 50 years ago today. Sgt. Pepper taught the band to play. They’ve been going in and out of style, but they’re guaranteed to make you smile.” – – […]

Nibbles and Sips Around Town ~ November 2019

Jordan Wright November 2019

National Museum of the American Indian (NMAI) Thanksgiving Dinners-To-Go ~ Lupo Verde Osteria ~ Mintwood Place ~ Junction Bakery & Bistro ~ Chop Shop Taco ~ MXDC Cocina Mexicana ~ 2941 Pairing Dinner with Spice Master Lev Lior Secarz and Bertrand Chemel Let Mitsitam Cater Thanksgiving Dinner

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The Magic Flute ~ The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Jordan Wright November 4, 2019

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart wrote his final opera, The Magic Flute, in his later years after he had joined the Rationalist faction of the Freemasons known as the Illuminati who held differing views on society’s rank. In this romantic tale, a dragon must be slain – this one’s a fire-breathing, […]

Right to be Forgotten ~ Arena Stage

Jordan Wright October 27, 2019

In Sharyn Rothstein’s clever play, Right to be Forgotten, the dilemma of the right to privacy in the digital age versus free speech gets a full-throttle examination. Is the internet our friend or is it our undoing? As a starry-eyed teen, Derril, followed his crush, Eve, around town until, […]