Love, hate and romantic passion filled Bethesda's Round House Theatre Tuesday night in Sam Shepard's 1983 play “Fool For Love,” starring Katie Debuys as May, Thomas Keegan as Eddie, Tim Getman as Martin and Marty Lodge as the drunken old man.
Two local musical groups are celebrating classic rock music with their tribute to some of the heavy hitters of the past.
Celebrating 50 years of The Who , The Quadropheniacs channel their inner Keith Moon and celebrating 45 years of Black Sabbath the Disciples of Sabbath are biting the heads of the bats and channeling their inner Ozzy.
The Wildwood Summer Theatre Company performed “Into the Woods” for their 50th season. This year’s production, written by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, is a refreshingly grown-up take on fairytales such as “Cinderella”, “Jack and the Bean Stalk”, “Little Red Riding Hood” and “Rapunzel.” The fairytales become connected when a childless baker (Wesley Diener) and his wife (Katherine Worley) quest through the woods to retrieve artifacts from the other characters in order to lift a witch’s curse.
ROCKVILLE - At Meryl Hathaway’s fifth-grade graduation from Luxmanor Elementary School, she told the class she wanted to be in a movie. Years later, Hathaway is achieving part of her dream as a cast member on Fox’s “Riot”, a show that Hathaway describes as a mix of ABC’s “Wipe Out” and improvisational comedy. The show is produced by actor/comedian Steve Carell and will feature a celebrity host every week.
DERWOOD- 25 has never looked so good. Many 25-year-olds spend their birthdays with friends, family, and booze. Outta the Way Café is no different. Patrons and well wishers crammed into the restaurant to enjoy live music by Seriously Wicked Good Cookin’ band and the restaurants signature wings.
GAITHERSBURG- Music, food and liquor. You can find it all in Flower Hill at The Grille.
The idea of a successful family-owned and operated restaurant serving only fresh food seems anachronistic in today’s economy, but that’s what the owners of The Grille at Flower Hill in the Flower Hill Shopping center hope to achieve.
BETHESDA- Theater enthusiasts who want to attend the world premiere of a provocative new play have no need to travel to Broadway this month. From March 20-April 12, the Writer’s Center in Bethesda will host the Doorway Arts Ensemble’s production of the new play Morning, Miranda.