2023 Spring Performing Arts Preview
OPERA The Kennedy Center Opera House curtain will rise next month on Jeanine Tesori and Tazewell Thompson’s “Blue,” about a police officer — a “Black man in blue” — whose […]
The Ordering of Moses
IN Series and Heritage Signature Chorale join forces in a first ever staging of Nathaniel Dett’s epic masterpiece, in which music and theater, chorus and soloists, surround and immerse audiences […]
Last Chance to See ‘Till’ and ‘Requiem’
Two powerfully moving productions by risk-taking companies based in Washington, D.C. — Mosaic Theater Company and In Series — are due to close this Sunday, Nov. 20. Mosaic’s “The Till […]
Fall Arts Preview: Performing Arts
OPERA The D.C. United stadium will become a square in Seville when Washington National Opera brings “Carmen” to Audi Field for this fall’s free Opera on the Field (Sept. 25). […]
Over Breakfast, Tim Nelson Talks In Series and Opera
How did In Series, D.C.’s 40-year-old presenter of small-scale, opera-related productions, get its name? From all the “in” words — intimate, independent, innovative, inexpensive — used to describe it, according […]
April 21 Cultural Leadership Breakfast Speaker: Timothy Nelson
On Thursday, April 21, from 8 to 9:30 a.m., The Georgetowner’s Cultural Leadership Breakfast Series will welcome Timothy Nelson, artistic director of In Series, to talk about the innovative D.C.-based […]
Weekly Arts Round Up, April 29, 2021
Woolly Mammoth’s free virtual gala will take place on Monday and the National Air and Space Museum’s Udvar-Hazy Center will reopen on Wednesday with timed-entry ticketing.
Weekly Arts Round Up, February 25, 2021
Books to be discussed online by their authors: “French Like Moi” and “Michelle’s Garden: How the First Lady Planted the Seeds of Change.”
Weekly Arts Round Up, September 17, 2020
More Smithsonian museums reopen tomorrow. From the comfort of your couch, stream Japanese films, hear from Helen Hunt and view treasures from sunken cities of ancient Egypt.
Pandemic Forces Performing Arts Leaders to Rethink
The Georgetowner asked leading figures in D.C. theater to suggest silver linings of the pandemic, even as it has stolen the livelihood of countless arts workers and threatened the very future of many performing arts organizations.