Other Things I’ve Written Lately

The 42nd Annual Kennedy Center HonorsAmong the things I’ve written lately for other outlets include:

  • A report from Sunday’s  Kennedy Center Honors for Entertainment Weekly.
  • A story on a bold new Hokusai exhibit at the Freer Museum of Art for Smithsonian Magazine.com.
  • A preview of a lovely, previously unreleased track by Mister Rogers for the Vinyl District.
  • A stroll through a new Marcel Duchamp exhibit at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden for Smithsonian Magazine.
  • A review of a production of Charles Dickens’ “Hard Times” at Washington Theatre Guild for Broadway World.
  • A visit to the Smithsonian’s Anacostia Community Museum upon its reopening.
  • Taking in  The Second City’s parody “Love, Actually” with its own “Love, Factually” at Kennedy Center.
  • A review of a Vaclav Havel play produced beneath Dupont Circle on the occasion of the 20th anniversary of the Czech Republic’s Velvet Revolution.
  • A theatre review of an 18th century play by a female playwright, Elizabeth Inchbald’s “Lovers Vows” revived by We Happy Few.
  • Experiencing a revival of “She Kills Monsters” by the Rorschach Theatre.
  • A look at minstrel shows  made anew in the Theater Alliance’s performance of “Day of Absence.”
  • A review of a world premiere play on West Virginia in Keegan Theatre’s “West by God.”
  • I’ve already written about these shows here, but reviews of The New Pornographers and Milk Carton Kids got top-notch photos in The Vinyl District.
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