Performing Arts

Performing Arts

Theater, dance and other performing arts in the DC area and across America.

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It was 60 events celebrating the superstars of opera, symphony, dance, theater, wine, food and art during a once in a lifetime events in the picturesque Napa Valley

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CATF’s premieres Susan Miller's big-hearted and extraordinarily wise drama that celebrates—and mourns—he Baby Boomers’ Last Hurrah.

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The world premiere of “The Wedding Gift,” Chisa Hutchinson’s weirdly funny parable on race relations attracts, repels, amuses and confuses.

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Allison Gregory’s (almost) one-woman play, "Not Medea," ups the ante on Euripides' controversial tragedy of a scorned wife and mother who hits her ex with a gruesome act of revenge.

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An Irish-guilt haunted, “downstairs” counterpart to Eugene O’Neill’s “Long Day’s Journey into Night,” Ronan Noone’s chatty drama doesn’t quite become airborne.

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Trying too hard to make a statement, Christina Anderson falls back on cardboard character types, favoring them over character itself.

Marinoff Theater.

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CDN's initial impressions of CATF's dramatic festivities, as 5 new plays unfold in the picturesque Eastern Panhandle of Wild, Wonderful West Virginia.

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Details for the fourth annual March on Washington Film Festival that opens tonight, July 13, with “Songs of the Civil Rights Movement” at Metropolitan AME Church.

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With 10 glorious days of food and wine events at Festival Napa Valley 2016 to choose from, it can be overwhelming to know where to begin. We can help

Entrance to Shepherd University's Contemporary Arts complex, home to CATF.

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CATF, an increasingly prominent summer theater festival in Shepherdstown, W.Va. near Washington, D.C. launches its summer slate of new and nearly-new American plays this weekend.

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