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Review: ‘Pygmalion’ at Compass Rose Theater

Compass Rose Theater’s production of the George Bernard Shaw classic Pygmalion is an entertaining, thought-provoking show. Directed by Jim Knipple, it combines great acting with a clever set and interesting costumes to have audiences laughing and, at the same time, thinking about the issues of class, gender, and, in this version, race. Both Eliza and […]

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Review: ‘Dial M for Murder’ at Olney Theatre Center

If Frederick Knott had only written the classic thriller, Dial M for Murder, it would have been enough. Knott actually went on to write only two great mystery dramas  – Write Me a Murder and Wait until Dark. This week his first play, Dial M for Murder, opened at the Olney Theatre Center. This classic is […]

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Stas Wronka (Herzl), Cameron McNary (Younger Hitler) and Stephen Lorne Williams (Lobkowitz) in 'Mein Kampf.' Photo by Mason Summers.

‘Mein Kampf’ at Scena Theatre by Grace Kim

Having had a long tough week, a play billed as a dark comedy sounded like just the thing to end my Friday night with. And Mein Kampf, written by the illustrious George Tabori and directed by Robert McNamara, did not disappoint. This was a brilliant homage to the playwright’s vision. From the moment you step […]

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Capital Fringe Review: ‘Mein Kampf’ by Tzvi Kahn

According to a press release and other advertising, Scena Theatre’s production of George Tabori’s Mein Kampf constitutes a “daring,” “savagely funny,” and “in-your-face dark comedy,” not to mention a “gem of international theatre” with “a volatile and taboo subject” that “only Scena would dare stage in Washington.” The source material makes it easy to see […]

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