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Generation Gap…Or, How Many Millennials Does It Take To Teach A Baby Boomer To Text Generation X? ~ The Second City at The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Jordan Wright July 3, 2018

I’m not taking sides on this hot button generational debate. But I am splitting my sides over The Second City’s latest gift to comedy at the Kennedy Center. Breaking News: “Shear Madness” is on hiatus until late August after a 60 million-year run. Ever since the Kennedy Center expanded […]

Ain’t Too Proud ~ The Life and Times of The Temptations ~ The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Jordan Wright July 1, 2018

Ephraim Sykes, Jawan M. Jackson, Jeremy Pope, Derrick Baskin, and James Harkness in Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations, now playing at The Kennedy Center. Photo by Doug Hamilton.

Jam-packed with hits from America’s number one R&B/Soul/Funk/Pop group of the 50’s, 60’s and 70’s, […]

Hamilton ~ The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Jordan Wright June 15, 2018

So… Hamilton…Yes! It’s beyond everything you’ve heard it is – and so much more – a ground breaking revolution in musical theater based on one of America’s most accomplished and influential American Revolutionary heroes. Told in the poetry of hip-hop and rap and made emotional through bluesy ballads, this […]

How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying ~ The Musical Comedy ~ The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts

Jordan Wright June 7, 2018

Here’s a golden age show presented by Broadway Center Stage that everyone can get behind – frothy, lighthearted, funny and sweet. It’s a story of a young up-and-comer who rises from window washer to CEO thanks to a DYI guide How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, a […]

An Iliad ~ at the Atlas Performing Arts Center

Jordan Wright June 5, 2018

Conor Bagley, director of An Iliad. Photo courtesy of Conor Bagley.

Homer’s ancient Greek epic poem The Iliad springs to life in a dramatic interpretation written by Lisa Peterson and Denis O’Hare. DC native and twice Tony-nominated director, Conor Bagley, envisions an unadorned set and simple props […]