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Review: A Simmering Production of ‘The Gulf’ at Peter’s Alley

Silences speak loudly in the first Maryland production of The Gulf by Audrey Cefaly at the Writer’s Center in Bethesda. This professional production by...

In the Moment: Peter’s Alley Theatre moves to The Writer’s Center in Bethesda and...

Peter's Alley Theatre has moved its base of performances to The Writer’s Center in Bethesda. Founded in 2012 by Aly B. Ettman, Peter’s Alley...
Wood Van Meter and Lexi Langs in 'Gulf View.' Photo by Washington Stage Guild.

Review: ‘Gulf View Drive’ at Washington Stage Guild

Gulf View Drive is the third and final play in Arlene Hutton’s highly-acclaimed Nibroc Trilogy, which opened this week to waves of laughter and...
Maria Rizzo and Rachel Zampelli. Photo by Margot Schulman.

Playwright Audrey Cefaly Wins Lambda Literary Award for ‘The Gulf’

Washington, DC-based Playwright Audrey Cefaly is the winner of this year’s Lambda Literary Award in the category of LGBTQ Drama for her play The...

Magic Time! ‘The Gulf’ at Signature Theatre

One measure of the quality of a play is how it stays in one’s mind the next few days. Or the next weeks or...

Review: ‘The Gulf’ at Signature Theatre

Signature’s premiere of The Gulf written by Audrey Cefaly is a daring dark venture about two women entwined with heartache and sadness. It is a...

Magic Time! “I Think About How Badly I Can Break a Heart Today”: A...

John: I first discovered your writing when I saw Maytag Virgin during the Women’s Voices Theater Festival, and as I said when I interviewed...

Why Trump has made Shakespeare matter more than ever in DC

There is something inherently Shakespearean about DC. It’s easy to picture Lincoln wandering the corridors of the White House reciting his favorite passages. In...

In Audrey Cefaly’s wistful ‘Story of Walter,’ a lonely dad and his daughter

Social media once again proves invaluable to connect theatergoers with performance. This instance is courtesy of Signature Theatre’s SigWorks: Monday Night Play Readings. Not...

Signature Theatre to stream concert of hits from days of ​vinyl

This week Signature Theatre releases a new cinematic concert, an inspired alternative to its pre-COVID cabarets. Titled Signature Vinyl, the fully produced, professionally filmed production...

Update: Psalm’s Salon to feature women of color, Studio Theatre extends series

Studio Theatre's series of digital salons—Psalm's Salons at Studio—continues its exploration of equity in theater on August 20 at 5 pm with Natalie Graves Tucker, Farah Lawal Harris, and Lady...

Gwydion Suilebhan: “Now is the time for artists to ask The Deep Why”

By Gwydion Suilebhan In 1960, a Turkish immigrant named Erol Onaran arrived in the United States with a whopping $32 in his pocket and a...
The cast of Round House Theatre's 'Homebound.' Photo courtesy of Round House Theatre.

Round House Theatre premieres ‘Homebound’ web series

Round House Theatre is making streaming news with their project Homebound, a new web series bringing together DC-area playwrights, actors, and designers to explore...

What’s the future of live theater beyond COVID-19?: A point-counterpoint between Audrey Cefaly and...

What follows is an extraordinary conversation. It started as a Facebook post by award-winning playwright Audrey Cefaly. It was joined by her dear friend,...

A sexless sex comedy in ‘No Sex Please, We’re British’ at Kensington Arts Theatre

Alistair Foot and Anthony Marriott's farce No Sex Please, We’re British premiered in London’s West End in 1971. It was unanimously panned by critics,...
Irina Tsikurishvili as Phantom and Maryam Najafzada as Christine in 'Phantom of the Opera' at Synetic Theater. Photo by Johnny Shryock.

Synetic Theater delivers visually stunning, ballet-driven adaptation of ‘Phantom of the Opera’

As Synetic Theater races through its rowdy teenage years (not quite 20, yet), they have earned a reputation for finely-honed narrative dance, brilliant original...

‘Loserville: The Musical’ at The FrederickTowne Players celebrates being true to yourself

A high energy musical premiere blasts onto the stage in the FrederickTowne Players production of Loserville. Excellently directed by Matt J. Bannister, with rocking...

DCMTA 2019 Staff Favorites: Outstanding Professional Theater Productions

As the year draws to a close, we asked DCMTA writers to think back on the shows that left an indelible impression on them...

The Old Vic’s new immersive adaptation of ‘A Christmas Carol’ brings holiday magic to...

Charles Dickens’ beloved holiday classic of 1843 comes alive like never before in London’s acclaimed Old Vic production of A Christmas Carol, now on...

Ten top Christmastime picks in New York City to put you in the holiday...

Celebrate the season in New York City this year with a wide array of Christmas-themed shows that offers something to delight everyone. From time-honored...