'Aspects of Love' at Kennedy Center
"Aspects of Love," Andrew Lloyd Webber's most recent Broadway musical, comes to the Kennedy Center in Washington on Tuesday for a five-week run. Adapted from a novella by David Garnett about the intertwined lives and loves of five characters, the show has lyrics by Don Black and Charles Hart. This touring production has been entirely reconceived by director Robin Phillips.
Curtain times are Tuesdays through Sundays at 8 p.m., with matinees Saturdays and Sundays at 2 p.m., through Sept. 27. Tickets are $27.50 to $55. For more information, call (800) 444-1324.
@ From William Eggleston's shot of the interior of a domestic oven, to Tina Barney's picture of a group of people around the table reading the New York Times, to Robert Adams' study of the shadow of a tree across a clapboard wall, "Pleasures and Terrors of Domestic Comfort," opening at the Baltimore Museum of Art Wednesday, explores that most intimate milieu, the place where we live. Behind the mundane facades of photographs of (( everyday objects and activities may -- or may not -- lurk many of the pleasures and terrors common to us all; only you can say for sure. The exhibition runs through Oct. 4. The BMA is located at Art Museum Drive near Charles and 31st streets. Call (410) 396-7100.
John Dorsey Garth Brooks may get the credit, but it was really Clint Black who first showed how much chart clout a commercially savvy country album could have. See for yourself 8 p.m. Tuesday night, when he joins Aaron Tippin and Little Texas at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia. Tickets are $22.50 for pavilion seats; $16.50 for the lawn. Call (410) 730-2424 for information; (410) 481-SEAT for tickets.