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Theater Review (DC): Jonathan Pryce in ‘The Merchant of Venice’ at the Kennedy Center

The Merchant of Venice is generally classified as a comedy, but the Shakespeare’s Globe production emphasizes the darker aspects of the play. Shylock the Jewish moneylender, brilliantly portrayed by Jonathan Pryce ( 777 more words

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The Music of The Night

My parents came to visit us in Washington, to see our new apartment and generally get away from stress at home.  They are coming up on their 40th wedding anniversary and I decided to get them tickets to Phantom of the Opera at the Kennedy Center. 305 more words

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[For the Archive:] Theater Preview (DC): Shakespeare’s Globe Brings ‘The Merchant of Venice’ with Jonathan Pryce to the Kennedy Center

Here’s another piece for my archive, originally published at Blogcritics.orgThe Merchant of Venice had a great run in Washington, D.C. The production has since moved to Chicago and continues on its world tour. 408 more words

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National Dance Day Event at Kennedy Center Promulgates Physical Fitness, Healthy Lifestyle

Bhangra Dance is huge attraction at annual NDD celebration

By Geeta Goindi

Washington, DC, July 30, 2016 – The fourth edition of the National Dance Day (NDD) celebration at the prestigious John F. 1,001 more words

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National Dance Day Draws Diverse Crowd to Kennedy Center

National Dance Day Draws Large, Diverse Crowd to Washington

By Geeta Goindi

Washington, DC, July 27, 2013 – National Dance Day drew thousands to the prestigious John F. 939 more words

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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera”  has come to D.C. with a fresh, re-imagined take with Cameron Mackintosh’s new production. The opera is playing at The Kennedy Center. 284 more words

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Kinky Boots - A Bit of Northampton in D.C.

On June 24th, I went to see Kinky Boots at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C.  I’ve always enjoyed the film – with Chiwetel Ejiofor as Lola – but I wasn’t sure how it would be improved by adding songs.  371 more words

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