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4th of June 2018

“C’mon Get Happy” in CultureSpot MC

ArtStream’s Summer Cabaret Happy Again: Songs, Dreams, and Rainbows was featured in the local arts blog CultureSpot MC. Thanks to ArtStream actor Ana Bradley and Cabaret Director Pamela Leighton-Bilik for being profiled in this article and thanks to author Chris Slattery for spreading the word about ArtStream! C’MON GET HAPPY! ArtStream’s Spring Cabaret Showcases the Talent and Perseverance of…

15th of May 2018

ArtStream on Embracing Arlington Arts

ArtStream Director of Marketing John Newman and actor Nick Kramp were guests on Embracing Arlington Arts. Listen to the show » Thanks to Janet Kopenhaver for welcoming us!

19th of April 2018

“Writing and performing are the music driving ArtStream production”

ArtStreamers Kirsten Davidson and Madeleine Barry were profiled in The Montgomery Sentinel. They talk about their show The Miraculous Tales of Stonehaven. “Writing and performing are the music driving ArtStream production” By Barbara Trainin Blank Madeleine Barry is directing at ArtStream for the first time with “Stonehaven,” a fairytale-inspired musical. Most gratifying for her is “getting to know…

20th of March 2018

“Must Love Music” and WXYZ in the Arlington Sun-Gazette

ArtStream’s Arlington Inclusive Theatre Company productions were featured in the Arlington Sun-Gazette and the Fairfax Sun-Gazette. “WXYZ-TV is a place even more wacky than your typical big-city TV newsroom. “One of the co-anchors has been missing in action for days. The stormchasers are always five steps behind Mother Nature. The two sports guys constantly bet…

18th of January 2018

Natalie Zanin and Vadim Baryshev on Washington Report

Listen to this great interview with ArtStream’s Natalie Zanin and Vadim Baryshev on “Washington Report” a public affairs show airing on CBS radio stations. They talk about ArtStream and the upcoming Cabaret Company performance. Natalie directs the company and Vadim will be performing onstage. And don’t miss the Cabaret performance: Winter Wonderland, February 12 at…

29th of September 2017

You Are a Work of Art in NOAH White Paper

ArtStream’s program You Are a Work of Art was featured in a white paper published by the National Organization for the Arts in Health (NOAH) entitled “Arts, Health, and Well-Being in America.” Section Four of the white paper, entitled “In Caring for Caregivers,” features a header image by Mike Rollins of nurses and technicians from Walter Reed…

17th of April 2017

“Inclusive-theater troupe gives audiences reason to cheer”

Thanks to Scott McCaffrey with The Arlington Connection for writing this great article about the Arlington Inclusive Theatre Company productions: Out of Monet and A Stacked Deck!   “Inclusive-theater troupe gives audiences reason to cheer” Scott McCaffrey, Apr. 11, 2017, The Arlington Connection/Inside NOVA “It’s fun,” [actor, Jill] Arnott said of the experience. “I like…

6th of March 2017

Volunteer Your Art Out – Montgomery County Volunteer Center

ArtStream is the featured organization in the March 2017 issue of Montgomery County Volunteer Center’s newsletter. The feature encourages readers to volunteer in classes, onstage, and backstage with ArtStream’s many programs. ArtStream volunteer Eliza Malakoff is quoted, saying “The experiences I had not only brightened my day every rehearsal, but  also made me think harder…

1st of September 2016

“Perform Your Art Out” in Culture Spot MC

Thanks to our friends at Culture Spot MC. You can read the article on their site and find more arts and humanities news and events in Montgomery County. ‘Perform Your Art Out’ ArtStream’s New Executive Director Will Build on Legacy BY Lisa Cline, POSTED August 25, 2016, RETRIEVED August 29, 2016 Photo by John Newman As…

28th of April 2016

“Actors With Disabilities Take to the Stage”

ArtStreamers Ben Collins and Julie Bain Miller were interviewed on the NBC Washington Midday News. This segment originally aired on Thursday, April 28 at 11:45 am. “You get to meet a lot of interesting people. You make friends and have fun. You get to learn lines and be in that character. It’s a great opportunity…