J.T. Rogers’ gutsy treatment of a taboo subject scores big time Published July 26 2010
Stravinsky and De Falla mini-masterpieces as you’ve (probably) never seen them. Published July 25 2010
CATF’s “3-D Pop Music Show” could use a bit more shape Published July 24 2010
Guantanamo-based anti-US screed is same-old, same-old. Published July 24 2010
All-American program makes audience stand up and shout Published July 19 2010
CATF drama explores the tragedy of Alzheimer’s Published July 18 2010
Michele Lowe's drama unveils unknown side of Iraq war Published July 18 2010
...Virginia, that is. Short run of Rossini opera an amusing, confusing success Published July 17 2010
Long-running theater fest offers five provocative new plays Published July 15 2010
Redemptive Puccini tragedy wraps superb opera trilogy in Virginia Hunt Country Published July 9 2010
Puccini's popular short comedy sparkles in Virginia's picturesque hills Published July 9 2010
Infrequently seen one-act opera in a fine, understated production Published July 9 2010
Ambitious Puccini hat trick kicks off ambitious Rappahannock music fest Published July 8 2010
Young pianist chases the spirits in a spirited debut CD Published July 3 2010
Rural Virginia music fest at Lorin Maazel estate highlights Puccini and Stravinsky Published July 3 2010
Now writing on investing, politics, music, and theater for the Washington Times Communities, Terry was the longtime music and culture critic for the Washington Times (1994-2009).Read More
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