Review: ‘A Rap on Race’ at George Mason University

The intersection of dance and drama is intentionally harsh in A Rap on Race, the fused performance created by luminaries Anna Deveare Smith and...

Review: ‘Machinal’ at George Mason University

Taunt and remarkable is the production of Sophie Treadwell’s expressionistic play Machinal (1928), performed by George Mason University School of Theater and Mason Players. A student production, Machinal...

Review: ‘A Rap on Race’ at George Mason University

The intersection of dance and drama is intentionally harsh in A Rap on Race, the fused performance created by luminaries Anna Deveare Smith and...

“I Never Expected to See a Shakespearean Lover Like Me”: An...

By Ezra Tozian Editor’s note: In Avant Bard’s production of Illyria, or What You Will—freely adapted from Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night by Jonelle Walker and Mitchell...

Trying to Fall Out of Love in a Laundromat: Playwright Bob...

With its title, The Accident Bear, and its performance location, a laundromat in Annapolis, I was most intrigued to learn more about local playwright...

“I Never Expected to See a Shakespearean Lover Like Me”: An...

By Ezra Tozian Editor’s note: In Avant Bard’s production of Illyria, or What You Will—freely adapted from Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night by Jonelle Walker and Mitchell...

Review: ‘The Waverly Gallery’ at the Golden Theatre

Now making its stellar Broadway debut at the Golden Theatre, The Waverly Gallery, Kenneth Lonergan’s award-nominated memory play of 1999, told from the perspective of a grandson...

Review: ‘The Imbible: Christmas Carol Cocktails’ at The Producers Club Theaters

Now back for its fourth year, The Imbible’s Christmas Carol Cocktails, inspired by Charles Dickens' beloved novel of 1843, is becoming a favorite New...

Review: ‘The Waverly Gallery’ at the Golden Theatre

Now making its stellar Broadway debut at the Golden Theatre, The Waverly Gallery, Kenneth Lonergan’s award-nominated memory play of 1999, told from the perspective of a grandson...

Interview: Ken Kemp, ‘A Christmas Story’ Director at Rockville Little Theatre

You'll shoot your eye out! Get ready fans of holiday fun, Rockville Little Theatre is bringing A Christmas Story to the Arts Barn just in time for the...

Interview: Ken Kemp, ‘A Christmas Story’ Director at Rockville Little Theatre

You'll shoot your eye out! Get ready fans of holiday fun, Rockville Little Theatre is bringing A Christmas Story to the Arts Barn just in time for the...

Commemorate Armistice Day with The Washington Chorus This Sunday

This November, as Americans prepare for Thanksgiving and the start of the holiday season, arts organizations across the Washington area will commemorate a more...

Commemorate Armistice Day with The Washington Chorus This Sunday

This November, as Americans prepare for Thanksgiving and the start of the holiday season, arts organizations across the Washington area will commemorate a more...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ