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Review: ‘Girl in the Red Corner’ at The Welders

Among the adages that keep women put down and passive is the one that goes, “Good girls don’t fight.” It’s a specious presumption that...

Magic Time! ‘In the Cage, She Has a Fighting Chance’: A Q&A With Stephen...

This seems to be the season in DC Metro Theater for pugilistic women. Women who box claimed the stage in Jen Silverman’s Collective Rage...

Review: ‘10x10x10’ A Ten-Minute Play Festival at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Fells Point Corner Theatre’s 10x10x10, a collection of 10-minute plays by Baltimore-DC area playwrights in its seventh year, always succeeds in creating energy born...
The cast of Jerusalem, playing through February 3 at Fells Point Corner Theatre. Photo by Shealyn Jae Photography.

Review: ‘Jerusalem’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

People staying when they need to go; people going when they long to stay. People hanging on to bits of myth and legend, or...
Charley's Aunt plays through December 23 at Fells Point Corner Theatre. Photo by Trent Haines-Hopper.

Review: ‘Charley’s Aunt’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

At 126 years old and still going strong, Charley’s Aunt by Brandon Thomas has lost none of its power to tickle an audience’s funny bone. Fells...

Review: ‘I Hate Hamlet’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Threading a touch of Shakespeare with campy humor and artful absurdity, Fells Point Corner Theatre (FPCT) introduces its 30th anniversary season with a fun...

Magic Time! ‘Dry Land’ & ‘What Every Girl Should Know’ at Forum Theatre

I’ve seen some harrowing-to-watch theater in my time, but I recall nothing as excruciating as a particular scene in Dry Land, now running at...

Review: ‘What Every Girl Should Know’ and ‘Dry Land’ in Rep at Forum Theatre

One hundred years separate the young women in What Every Girl Should Know and Dry Land, now playing in rep at Forum Theatre. In Monica Byrne's What Every Girl...

‘COME HEAR THE MUSIC PLAY:’ Memories of My Twenty Years as Agent For John...

John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Richard Seff at a dinner honoring Harold Prince. Photo courtesy of Richard Seff. THE CURTAIN RISES. One of the properties for...

Review: ‘Blackbird’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

When Una, the 27 year-old British woman at the center of David Harrower’s startling and complex play Blackbird, tells a man named Ray, 15...

Review: ‘Time Stands Still’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Dramaturgical notes in the program tell us that Time Stands Still is “essentially a love story.” But it’s also a play about war. And...

‘Other Desert Cities’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Other Desert Cities, a two act play by Jon Robin Baitz, is a drama with a premise that sounds like a dysfunctional family sitcom.Now...

‘Top Girls’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Everyone tries to cope with the ordinary drudgeries of their lives, some do better than others when it comes to success with their coping...

‘Boeing Boeing’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Pleasure. Variety. It’s the ideal life; three fiancées, one apartment, and a wild ride. Just so long as the girls don’t find out about...

‘Miracle on 34th Street’ by Meredith Wilson at Toby’s The Dinner Theatre of Columbia...

The age old question that hangs around the holiday season that has been debated, discussed, commercialized, and caused quite the stir over the years:...

‘Laundry & Bourbon’ and ‘Lone Star’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre by Amanda Gunther

There’s never a dull moment in Maynard, Texas with the lively characters of James McLure’s Laundry & Bourbon and Lone Star running around the...

‘Love Loss and What I Wore’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre by Amanda Gunther

We all look sexy in black. Does this make me look fat? What was I thinking when I bought this? You’re wearing that? We’ve...

‘Following Sarah’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Every race has three parts: the first part you run with your head, where you do all the thinking, letting your mind take over....

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Barter (Or, Stealing Other People’s Credit Cards)’ by Jessica Vaughan

The first thing to know about Barter is that it has very little to do with bartering. In 75 fascinating, touching, and amusing minutes,...

‘Ruined’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre by Amanda Gunther

The Pulitzer Prize-winning play Ruined by acclaimed playwright Lynn Nottage comes to life on the stage of Fells Point Corner Theatre as the final...