Get a group of international musicians together, and the result could easily be ear-splitting. After all, different cultures often have wildly incompatible tunings, scales and instruments.
Imagine a world where Internet memes have crossed over into real life. The forecast: cloudy with a chance of double rainbows.
Purists beware. Few of the 120-plus dance, theater and music events at the sixth annual Atlas Intersections Festival fit neatly into a single category.
On Wednesday, Septime Webre debuts “Sleepy Hollow,” a full-length ballet based on Washington Irving’s “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow.” It’s the third installment in his series of ballets adapted from works of American literature.
It’s not impossible for a woman who wants a boyfriend in D.C. to actually find one.
Joey Doubek and Ashley Arnwine have been playing music together on and off for a decade — first as members of the D.C.-based punk duo Ingrid, and more recently as the Philadelphia-based punk duo Pinkwash.
In September, the Chicago-based theater troupe Manual Cinema traveled to Tehran for a puppet festival, armed with seven overhead projectors.
A power plant you can ski down, an apartment building you can bike through and an exhibit space that folds up into a band shell — these are all inventions of the Bjarke Ingels Group (aka BIG).
The inventor’s voice was one of many discoveries made by a team of curators and particle physicists when they played an 1885 cardboard and wax disc in 2012.
Thirty-two people competed Sunday for the chance to embody Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and William Howard Taft during the fourth-inning races.