There’s something about the music of Green Day that electrifies countless fans around the world. The band’s rock musical, American Idiot, tantalizes audiences this month at the Hippodrome Theater.
Iron Crow Theatre Company’s latest production, Act A Lady, premiering May 25 (with a preview May 24), is not just a story about a Midwestern town; it’s a story of 18th century revolutionary France, a story about men and women, and a story about transformation and performance.
With a song in her heart, a kick in her step, and a name begging to be seen in lights (on a freeway at least), Sunrize Highway will roll onto the Creative Alliance stage April 26 for a one-night only engagement filled with Broadway showtunes and plenty of bravado.
Iron Crow Theatre’s current production of Slipping is a heartbreaking love story for our time—at times violent, jagged, and dark, but always pierced by beauty and hope.
You’ve gotta have art—and heart—at School33’s annual Lotta Art Benefit and Exhibition this April at Baltimore’s Silo Point. Now in its 21st year, the fundraiser features works by local artists who generously donate their work to the benefit.
The legend of a Hollywood legend is about to crashland into Charm City when Looped begins its two week engagement at the Hippodrome March 5. The play centers around an infamous recording session of the equally infamous pill-popping, boozy, acid-tonged actress Tallulah Bankhead, who has been called in to re-record (or loop) one line of dialogue for her final film, 1965’s campy Die! Die! My Darling!
With over three decades in the entertainment game, comedian, actress, singer, activist and all around Renaissance woman Sandra Bernhard has built a career on challenging social mores with her thoughtful insights and sardonic tongue. Bernhard, who will be bringing her one-woman cabaret extravaganza to Frostburg, Md. and Washington, D.C. Feb. 28 – March 2, recently spoke to Gay Life about her upcoming shows, the state of the Union, and her love of Venus and Serena Williams.
“And so Patricia, as I was telling you, that deluded rector has in literal effect closed the church to me.”
With scintillating musical numbers and exhilarating choreography, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington’s production of Xanadu will have audiences lacing up their roller skates this month in search of their own handsome muse.