A George Mason University music review celebrates underrepresented voices

Give yourself a musical boost and some warm inspiration for these stormy days.  Add plenty of deeply appreciated civility during an unsettled period. These...

If you missed ‘What the Constitution Means to Me,’ now’s your...

This tense election season has been made all the more nerve-wracking by our president's persistent dissing of the Constitution he swore to uphold. Short...

A George Mason University music review celebrates underrepresented voices

Give yourself a musical boost and some warm inspiration for these stormy days.  Add plenty of deeply appreciated civility during an unsettled period. These...

E. Faye Butler speaks out on playing Fannie Lou Hamer right...

"Nobody’s free until everybody’s free." —Fannie Lou Hamer Anyone who has ever seen E. Faye Butler perform knows that they are witnessing something truly extraordinary. A...

Why Bob Bartlett is putting on his new play in his...

It was a few weeks ago; an unexpected FB post from playwright Bob Bartlett caught my attention. He was posting a teaser about his newest...

E. Faye Butler speaks out on playing Fannie Lou Hamer right...

"Nobody’s free until everybody’s free." —Fannie Lou Hamer Anyone who has ever seen E. Faye Butler perform knows that they are witnessing something truly extraordinary. A...

In time for the election, an audio play about political scheming...

As millions across the country are taking to the polls, Studio Theatre releases its first audio play, an adaption of Kings, the lacerating, fast-talking...

Theater wonks and gamers connect with a new ‘Twist’

Theater professionals from New York City, Kentucky, and DC have come together to launch ​Twist, a new virtual experience centered around a rotating series...

Oh, what a night with The Doo Wop Project!

After a long seven-month hiatus necessitated by the COVID-19 closure of live-on-stage performances, The Doo Wop Project made its highly anticipated return last night...

Dominion Stage announces winners of first playwriting contest

The trials and tribulations of a talk show host’s family. A date between two extreme opposites that gets dangerous. These are the themes of...

Oh, what a night with The Doo Wop Project!

After a long seven-month hiatus necessitated by the COVID-19 closure of live-on-stage performances, The Doo Wop Project made its highly anticipated return last night...

In time for the election, an audio play about political scheming...

As millions across the country are taking to the polls, Studio Theatre releases its first audio play, an adaption of Kings, the lacerating, fast-talking...