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Hasan Minhaj Of 'Daily Show' On Prom, Indian Dads And White Folks At Desi Weddings

Homecoming King is the comedian's absorbing tale about the first-generation American experience and the NBA (New Brown America).
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'Spring Awakening' Returns To Broadway — In Sign Language

The hit musical only closed six years ago, and now it's back, in a well-reviewed revival featuring hearing and deaf actors, who sing and sign during the performance.
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All For One: D.C.'s Collective Theater Scene

A growing movement in D.C. aims to bring locally written and produced plays to the stage using a non-traditional "collective theater" model. Kojo learns how this model is changing prospects for playwrights and regional theater making.

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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, Oct. 12, 2015

You can see a play set backstage of a musical, or see an exhibit of abstract paintings.

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At 84, Award-Winning Actress Rita Moreno Tries New Projects

Rita Moreno will receive the Kennedy Center Honor next month for her career in show business. With a new gig as a voice in an animated TV series and a new album, there's no way she's done performing.
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'Love Letters' Reunites Stars Of Iconic Love Story

Ali MacGraw and Ryan O'Neal starred together in the iconic film Love Story. Now, 45 years later, they're starting a national tour of the play Love Letters. NPR's Scott Simon chatted with them.
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Unusual Coproduction Uses Musical Theater To Teach Kids Botany

Musical theater and botany? You may be thinking "Little Shop of Horrors," but there are no man-eating plants in two new productions at the U.S. Botanic Garden.
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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, Oct. 6, 2015

A play springs forth from an iconic photo, and a photography exhibit transports visitors back to the Civil War.

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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, Oct. 5, 2015

Payday will be here before you know it. Until then, you can keep yourself entertained at two free performances.

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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, Oct. 2, 2015

Are you a fan of the opera? Three local companies get spooky, spoofy and serious with very different productions.

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