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Peter Filichia.

Filichia on Friday: ‘Golden Boy: 1937, 1964, 2013’ by Peter Filichia

Here is this week’s new article from Peter Filichia’s column on Kritzerland called ‘Filichia on Friday.‘ It’s been an honor being allowed to post Peter’s column every week on DCMTA. This week: Golden Boy: 1937, 1964, 2013 Peter Filichia is a New York-based theater critic for The Newark Star Ledger newspaper in New Jersey and New Jersey’s television […]

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‘The Tempest: Such Stuff as Dreams are Made on’ Part 6 – ‘Opening Night Reflections’ by Caroline Brent

So…after countless hours rehearsing, processing videos, recording voiceovers, constructing a giant chessboard, and studying dream theory, WE’VE MADE IT! Pallas Theatre’s The Tempest: Such Stuff as Dreams are Made on opened yesterday evening, to a packed house. Now with eight more performances to go, we couldn’t be more excited. Our Casting Director Ty Hallmark mentioned […]

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Filichia on Friday: ‘Back to Play’ by Peter Filichia

Here is this week’s new article from Peter Filichia’s column on Kritzerland called ‘Filichia on Friday.‘ It’s been an honor being allowed to post Peter’s column every week on DCMTA. This week:  Back to Play Peter Filichia is a New York-based theater critic for The Newark Star Ledger newspaper in New Jersey and New Jersey’s television station News […]

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Filichia on Friday-Peter Filichia’s ‘December Leftovers’

Here is this week’s new article from Peter Filichia’s column on Kritzerland called ‘Filichia on Friday.‘ It’s been an honor being allowed to post Peter’s column every week on DCMTA. Thanks to Peter and Bruce Kimmel. Peter Filichia suggested several years ago that I write about theatre and I consider him my mentor. I have learned […]

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Part 4: ‘The Tempest: Such Stuff as Dreams are Made on:Chessboards & Sea-faring’ by Tracey Elaine Chessum,Ph.D.

Pallas Theatre Collective’s The Tempest: Such Stuff as Dreams are Made on – Chessboards and Sea-faring. Last week, Board President John Horman gave you a picture of his experience with Pallas Theatre Collective. This week, we’d like to offer you an inside look at the design and technical creation of The Tempest: Such Stuff as […]

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‘Filichia on Friday’ on Kritzerland: ‘When Size Mattered on Original Cast Albums’ by Peter Filichia

Here is this week’s new article from Peter Filichia’s column on Kritzerland called ‘Filichia on Friday.’‘ This week: When Size Mattered on Original Cast Albums Peter Filichia is a New York-based theater critic for The Newark Star Ledger newspaper in New Jersey and New Jersey’s television station News 12. He blogs weekly for MasterworksBroadway.com and is the author of the books The […]

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Today at 2 pm: ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ at Montgomery Playhouse & 11 AM ‘Arkansaw Bear’

                                                     PRESENT TWO FAMILY SHOWS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON:   Adapted by George Seaton. Based on the story by Valentine Davies -DC Metro Theater Arts NOVEMBER 30 – DECEMBER 16 -DC Metro Theater Arts DECEMBER 1 – 23 Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm Sunday, Dec 16th matinee at 2:00pm Sat & Sun matinees only – 11:00am […]

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‘Filichia on Friday’ on Kritzerland: ‘Solid Gold Theater’ by Peter Filichia

This is the one article that got a way this month from Columnist Peter Filichia’s column on Kritzerland called ‘Filichia on Friday.’‘ This week: Solid Gold Theater Peter Filichia is a New York-based theater critic for The Newark Star Ledger newspaper in New Jersey and New Jersey’s television station News 12. He blogs weekly for MasterworksBroadway.com and is the author of […]

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‘Filichia on Friday’ on Kritzerland: ‘Musical Theatre Musings’ by Peter Filichia

This is the one article that got a way this month from Columnist Peter Filichia’s column on Kritzerland called ‘Filichia on Friday.’‘ This week: Musical Theatre Musings Peter Filichia is a New York-based theater critic for The Newark Star Ledger newspaper in New Jersey and New Jersey’s television station News 12. He blogs weekly for MasterworksBroadway.com and is the author of […]

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‘Filichia on Friday’ on Kritzerland: ‘November Leftovers’ by Peter Filichia

This is the one article that got a way this month from Columnist Peter Filichia’s column on Kritzerland called ‘Filichia on Friday.’‘ This week: November Leftovers Peter Filichia is a New York-based theater critic for The Newark Star Ledger newspaper in New Jersey and New Jersey’s television station News 12. He blogs weekly for MasterworksBroadway.com and is the author of the […]

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Tony Award Winner Duncan Sheik Brings ‘The Sunset Sessions Tour’ to The Birchmere This Sunday at 7:30 PM

Tony Award winner Duncan Sheik (for his score of Spring Awakening) brings his THE SUNSET SESSIONS TOUR to The Birchmere – 3701 Mount Vernon Avenue, in Alexandria, VA at 7:30 PM. Joining him will be Courrier, and Laura Warshauer. Sunset Sessions Tours will include alumni artists hitting all of the major cities including Vegas, Denver, New York, Philadelphia as well as very important […]

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‘Filichia on Friday’ on Kritzerland: ‘In a Little Weill and Lenya’ by Peter Filichia

This is the one article that got a way this month from Columnist Peter Filichia’s column on Kritzerland called ‘Filichia on Friday.’‘ This week: In a Little Weill and Lenya Peter Filichia is a New York-based theater critic for The Newark Star Ledger newspaper in New Jersey and New Jersey’s television station News 12. He blogs weekly for MasterworksBroadway.com and […]

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Spooky Action Theater Gains Support from Advisory Neighborhood Commission by Richard Heinrich

A Big Step Forward: Spooky Action Theater Gains Support from Advisory Neighborhood Commission  ANC-2B met Wednesday, November 14 to review the Universalist National Memorial Church’s application for a zoning variance to permit Spooky Action Theater’s performances in its Basement auditorium. The Commission voted unanimously in support of the variance and has written a letter to […]

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Everyman Theatre Moves Into Its New Home by Laura Weiss

Everyman Theatre moved into its new home on Fayette Street during the week of November 19, 2012. The administrative offices will be closed during this week in order to facilitate the move and then celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday. Everyman Theatre, Baltimore’s 22-year old professional theatre company with a Resident Company of Actors and Designers. Vincent […]

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