Review: ‘Other Life Forms’ at the Keegan Theatre

When asked recently what he hoped audiences will get from watching Other Life Forms, playwright Brandon McCoy answered, “I hope they laugh, and I...

Review: ‘The Emperor of Atlantis or Death Goes on Strike’ and...

“In the dark times Will there also be singing? Yes, there will also be singing. About the dark times.” ― Bertolt Brecht With unsettling powers of persuasion, compelling is the...

Review: ‘Other Life Forms’ at the Keegan Theatre

When asked recently what he hoped audiences will get from watching Other Life Forms, playwright Brandon McCoy answered, “I hope they laugh, and I...

Is DC Theater Getting Addicted to Trump?

Post-Play Palaver is an occasional series of conversations between DC Metro Theater Arts writers. In this one, Senior Writers and Columnists John Stoltenberg (Magic Time!)...

Tony-Nominee Eva Noblezada in Her Own Words

On Sunday, June 24, Tony Award nominee Eva Noblezada, best known for her portrayal of Kim in the musical Miss Saigon in London’s West...

Is DC Theater Getting Addicted to Trump?

Post-Play Palaver is an occasional series of conversations between DC Metro Theater Arts writers. In this one, Senior Writers and Columnists John Stoltenberg (Magic Time!)...

Review: ‘Laura Bush Killed a Guy’ at The Flea Theater

Yes, she really did, and Washington DC-based theater collective The Klunch brings its acclaimed original production of Laura Bush Killed a Guy, keenly written...

Review: ‘Vitaly: An Evening of Wonders’ at The Westside Theatre

Russian-born, Israeli-raised, and now-Canadian resident Vitaly Beckman, known to US audiences from his successful appearance on the hit TV show “Penn & Teller: Fool Us” (he...

Review: ‘Laura Bush Killed a Guy’ at The Flea Theater

Yes, she really did, and Washington DC-based theater collective The Klunch brings its acclaimed original production of Laura Bush Killed a Guy, keenly written...

Review: The Rude Mechanicals Production of ‘The Merchant of Venice’ at...

The Rude Mechanicals production of The Merchant of Venice, now playing at the Greenbelt Arts Center, is an engrossing exploration of Shakespeare’s most controversial characters...

Review: The Rude Mechanicals Production of ‘The Merchant of Venice’ at...

The Rude Mechanicals production of The Merchant of Venice, now playing at the Greenbelt Arts Center, is an engrossing exploration of Shakespeare’s most controversial characters...

Avant Bard Responds to Immigrant Family Crisis  

Avant Bard today announces  its "Welcome Tempest-Tossed Campaign": For the final weekends of its production of The Tempest, Avant Bard commits to donating one-half...

Avant Bard Responds to Immigrant Family Crisis  

Avant Bard today announces  its "Welcome Tempest-Tossed Campaign": For the final weekends of its production of The Tempest, Avant Bard commits to donating one-half...

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