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Volunteer with the Young Artists Competition Kentlands Community Foundation offers a fun and “artistic” volunteer opportunity on Saturday, Feb. 4. You are invited to help facilitate the City of Gaithersburg’s Young Artists Competition, held in various locations around Kentlands. Volunteers are…

At Two Left Feet®, Fun Is Fundamental

Photo | Jocelyn Rawat

Two Left Feet partners with the City of Gaithersburg to bring back the Winter Waltz Ball at the Kentlands Mansion on Friday, Jan. 27, 7 to 10 p.m.

A sense of joy has informed Two Left Feet® Dance Studio (TLF) from its inception. “The name came about because it was funny,” said founder and executive director Christina Vidovich. The goal for her “little dream studio,” Vidovich said, was…

Arts & Entertainment

‘Twelve Angry Men’ by Reginald Rose Through Jan. 22; 8 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays, and 2 p.m. Sundays, Arts Barn In this production staged by Sandy Spring Theatre Group, 12 jurors in a murder trial are corralled in a room for the duration…

Timeless and Timely ‘Twelve Angry Men’ Opens

Photo |Joey Rushfield

The 12 jurors in Sandy Spring Theatre Group’s production of “Twelve Angry Men” are played by Scott D’Vileskis, Stephen Swift, Micky Goldstein, Daniel Santiago, Stan Rosen, Marc Rehr, Omar LaTiri, Rob Mostow, Bob Schwartz, Phil Kibak, Jason Damaso and Jim Kitterman.

By Peggy McEwan This article was originally published by CultureSpotMC.com. It’s a classic play more than 60 years old, but Sandy Spring Theatre Group (SSTG) opens a new production of Reginald Rose’s noir courtroom drama “Twelve Angry Men” at the…

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Joint Public Hearing Planned for Kentlands Apartments A joint public hearing on the Kentlands Apartments Schematic Development Plan (SDP) is scheduled for Feb. 6, 2017 in the City Hall Council Chambers. Proposed for 913 and 917 Quince Orchard Road, the…

MBT Honors Shel Silverstein With Original Ballet

Photo | Mac Kennedy

Metropolitan Dance Theatre’s Melissa Lineburg (dancing) and Erin Rochow (seated) perform the original ballet “Shel We Dance” for students at Sargent Shriver Elementary School in Silver Spring on Dec. 21.

Elizabeth Odell Catlett grew up reading Shel Silverstein. “The Giving Tree,” said Metropolitan Ballet Theatre’s (MBT) artistic director, “is still to this day one of my favorite books. His illustrations were always so clever, and I love that there was…