03 Jan 2019

Arts & Entertainment:

Oh, God: Divine Insecurity for the New Year

As always, Mosaic Theater Company knows how to pick works that pack an emotional punch delivering laughter, tears and a dose of frustration. Every play also sparks interesting post-show conversations. Oh, God, Anat Gov’s play about a Jewish Creator who seems to have lost his groove and the mortal who completes him– sort of– carries […]


17 Nov 2016

Arts & Entertainment:

Milk Like Sugar: Introspection and Raw Emotion

The newest play in the Mosaic Theater season line-up is Milk Like Sugar, by Kirsten Greenidge. Thanks to the generosity of the folks at Mosaic, I attended opening night. The play hit me in the gut– it’s a raw and frank story about poverty and race and about being a teenager and feeling invincible. It’s also […]


19 Aug 2013

Why I Send My Kids to the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop

This post is sponsored by Capitol Hill Arts Workshop By Megan Cheek Ten years ago, I moved from Georgia to Capitol Hill, took a walk in my new neighborhood, and literally stumbled upon the Capitol Hill Arts Workshop.  Since then, I’ve been hooked as a student, employee, and now a parent. So what keeps me […]


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