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theatreWeek 2014 Begins Today and Here’s The Ticket Discounts Being Offered

theatreWeek 2014 begins today. Here is information and a list of discounts that are available during and after theatreWeek. from theatreWashington. PERFORMANCES & EVENTS PRIOR TO AND INCLUDING APRIL 14-20 Tickets available for purchase in advance of theatreWeek. American Century Theater Judgement at Nuremberg $20 discount on full-price tickets during the run, excluding performances May 30 – […]

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TONIGHT at 7:30 PM: The Rainbow Theatre Project presents ‘Say You Love Satan’ at Source by Anna Russell

THE RAINBOW THEATRE PROJECT PRESENTS SAY YOU LOVE SATAN AT SOURCE TONIGHT – MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2014 AT 7:30 PM Attendees promised a helluva good time at this devilishly-funny free event! The Rainbow Theatre Project presents Say You Love Satan by D.C.-native Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa in the third slot of their inaugural season of concert readings. […]

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The Rainbow Theatre Project presents ‘Say You Love Satan’ This Monday, 2/24@7:30 PM at Source by Anna Russell

THE RAINBOW THEATRE PROJECT PRESENTS SAY YOU LOVE SATAN AT SOURCE THIS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2014 Attendees promised a helluva good time at this devilishly-funny free event! The Rainbow Theatre Project presents Say You Love Satan by D.C.-native Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa in the third slot of their inaugural season of concert readings. Directed by John Moletress, […]

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Reporting from The Page-to-Stage Festival: ‘The Three Musketeers’ and ‘The Young Spectaculars and the Front Yard Adventure‘ by Lauren Katz

This Labor Day weekend, the John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts hosts the 12th annual Page-to-Stage Festival. Featuring over 40 theatre companies from the Washington DC area, the festival allows theatergoers to witness readings and excerpts from new works. I personally had the opportunity to observe only a couple of the many plays premiering through this […]

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Reporting from The Page-to-Stage Festival: ‘The Good Devil, In Spite of Himself’ and ‘Aural Sex’ by John Stoltenberg

If you’ve never made your way to The Kennedy Center’s Page-to-Stage fest, let me let you in on a few pleasures that await you even before the pleasures packed into this annual Labor Day weekend of staged readings. First off is the odd exhilaration of experiencing this grand architectural edifice—which at times feels designed on […]

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Here is Today’s ‘Page-to-Stage’ Festival Schedule for Monday, September 2, 2013 at The Kennedy Center

Here is the schedule for TODAY, Monday, September 2, 2013 at the ‘Page-to-Stage’ Festival’: Performances are from 11 AM until 9:30 PM At The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts -2700 F Street, NW, in  Washington, DC Page-to-Stage is FREE! No tickets are needed. Seating is on a first-come basis. Doors open 30 minutes before […]

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Reporting from The Page-to-Stage Festival: ‘The Law of Return’ by Alison Drucker

The Law of Return is Martin Blank’s emotionally-gripping, thoughtful, and timely 80-minute show inspired by mid-80’s news events concerning the Jonathan Jay Pollard espionage case. Pollard, a civilian intelligence analyst based in Suitland, Maryland, removed thousands of classified documents from the U.S. Navy’s Anti-terrorist Alert Center and gave them to Israel. He still is serving […]

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Here is Today’s ‘Page-to-Stage’ Festival Schedule for Saturday, August 31, 2013 at The Kennedy Center

Here is the schedule for TODAY, Saturday, August 31st at the ‘Page-to-Stage’ Festival’: Performances are from NOON until 10:30 PM  At The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts -2700 F Street, NW, in  Washington, DC Page-to-Stage is FREE! No tickets are needed. Seating is on a first-come basis. Doors open 30 minutes before the start […]

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12th Annual Page-to-Stage Schedule at The Kennedy Center Tomorrow, Sunday, and Monday & It’s FREE!

The 12th Annual Page-to-Stage Festival 2013 Takes Place on: Saturday, August 31, 12–10:30 p.m. Sunday, September 1, 6–7 p.m. Monday, September 2, 11 a.m.–10 p.m. In venues throughout The Kennedy Center. IT’S FREE! No tickets required, but there is limited seating available. The Kennedy Center hosts its 12th annual Page-to-Stage festival, featuring more than 40 DC-area theater companies. The three-day event […]

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NoPassport, Theater J, Twinbiz & Force/Collision Stage Theatre Action After March for Gun Control on 1/26@5 PM

NEIL LABUTE, MATTHEW PAUL OLMOS, JENNIFER MAISEL, OLIVER MAYER, WINTER MILLER, IAN ROWLANDS AND MORE SUPPORT NOPASSPORT’s GUN CONTROL THEATRE ACTION WITH THEATER J AND FORCE/COLLISION ON JANUARY 26, 2013 in WASHINGTON D.C. NoPassport theatre alliance & press founded by OBIE-award winning playwright Caridad Svich will stage a free theatre action to support gun control in collaboration with Theater J (Ari […]

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‘Taking SHAPE’ Part 2: Frank Britton and Dane Figueroa Edidi on Billy and Cordelia McClain by Dane Edidi

In Part Two of Taking SHAPE actors Frank Britton and Dane Figueroa Edidi introduce us to their characters Billy and Cordelia McClain. From Frank Britton (Billy McClain): When my journey with SHAPE began, I was truly surprised at my lack of knowledge of Billy and Cordelia McClain, and of the Tulsa Race Riots. Given that not too much is […]

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‘J.B.’ at The American Century Theater by Francine Schwartz

The American Century Theater’s (TACT) entertaining and colorful production of the 1958 Pulitzer Prize-winning and 1959 Tony Award-winning Best Play J.B. by Archibald MacLeish is ‘way over the Big Top!’ What a fine way to begin TACT’s 2012-2013 season! More than fifty years-old, this meaningful play is still relevant. Today, we have different wars, different natural […]

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‘The Nautical Yards’ at Force/Collision by Amanda Gunther

A mystical journey awaits you in the waters of Yards Park. Water mythology, wartime, love and loss, all of this is intricately intertwined into the devised site-specific water ballet/theatrical performance The Nautical Yards presented by Force/Collision. A picturesque pond in the park with a bridge and vast rolling hill; a green field leading down to […]

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