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Review: ‘Teresa’ at Seventh Street Playhouse

Now playing at Greenbelt Arts Center (GAC), Seventh Street Playhouse’s Teresa is a thought-provoking, historical dramedy written by Anthony Ernest Gallo and inspired by the life of Saint Teresa of Avila. Teresa of Avila, the patron saint of headaches, illnesses, and the sick, is best known in religious history for establishing an offshoot of the […]

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Review: ‘Moment’ at The Studio Theatre

Family dramas are not rare; in fact, they are abundant; in fact, they dominate the theatrical landscape. Quality family dramas are rare, however: those that resound beyond their domesticity to signify the larger society, its ills, its struggles, its need for reconciliation. Irish playwright Deirdre Kinahan’s Moment offers us, without hyperbole or melodrama, the family […]

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Magic Time! “Moment’ at The Studio Theatre

“All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way,” as Leo Tolstoy famously said. Had Tolstoy seen Studio Theatre’s penetrating production of Deirdre Kinahan’s lacerating Moment—a knife-edged night of reopened old wounds—he might have added: “Each unhappy family has a meltdown in its own way.” At the explosive end of […]

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An Interview With Theater Without Limits’ Suzi Eldridge on Summer Camp and ‘Snoopy!’ by Teresa McCormick Ertel

THEATER WITHOUT LIMITS: CARROLL COUNTY MARYLAND SUMMER CAMP FOR CHILDREN OF ALL LEARNING STYLES AND ABILITIES Suzi Eldridge shares her passion her bringing an inclusive acting program to the community that pairs actors, both well trained and aspiring, for Snoopy! The Musical. Teresa: Tell us about the inception of Theater Without Limits. What sparked the […]

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