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‘Hope Operas’ Week One at the Comedy Spot

Back in the ‘30s they called ‘em Cliffhangers. They were weekly serials that played before a main feature at the movies. They turned into...

Hope Operas Video Roundup-Final Week #4 by Ally Jenkins and Lucrezia Blozia

Watch hosts Ally Jenkins and Lucrezia Blozia (aka Chris Griffin) as they bring us a video recap of the fourth and final week - Monday,...

Hope Operas Video Recap of Week #3-Monday, October 21st With Ally Jenkins & Lucrezia...

Watch hosts Ally Jenkins and Lucrezia Blozia (aka Chris Griffin) as they bring us a video recap of the third week - Monday, October 21,...

Hope Operas Video Recap of Week #2-Monday, October 14th With Ally Jenkins & Lucrezia...

Watch hosts Ally Jenkins and Lucrezia Blozia (aka Chris Griffin) as they bring us a video recap of the second week - Monday, October 14,...

Hope Operas Video Recap of Week #1-Monday, October 7th With Ally Jenkins & Lucrezia...

For the next 3 weeks Hosts Ally Jenkins and Lucrezia Blozia (aka Chris Griffin) will be bringing DCMetroTheaterArts readers a special weekly recap video of...

‘Hope Operas’ Begins Tomorrow Night at 8 PM at The Comedy Spot in Ballston...

Hope Operas, DC’s only serialized theatre festival, returns TOMORROW NIGHT AT 8 PM  at The Comedy Spot in Ballston Common Mall -4238 Wilson Boulevard, in Arlington, VA with five brand...

Hope Operas Returns with 5 New Shows Monday Nights in October by Chris Griffin

Hope Operas, DC’s only serialized theatre festival, returns this Fall with five brand new shows, as we present five original plays in ten-to fifteen-minute...

Meet the Cast of Laurel Mill Playhouse’s ‘Man of La Mancha’: Part 4: John...

In Part 4 of a series of interviews with the cast of Man of La Mancha at Laurel Mill Playhouse meet John Brown, Tracy Davidson, Richard Greenslit, Joseph...

Meet The Cast of Reston Community Players’ ‘Shrek The Musical’: Part 3: Jennifer Lambert,...

In Part 2 of a series of interviews with the cast of Reston Communty Players’ production of Shrek The Musical, meet Jennifer Lambert, Patrick Graham,...

‘The Glass House, A Sideshow, Variety, and Burlesque Tribute to Geek Love’ August 9th...

Katherine Dunn’s novel, Geek Love, has awakened and inspired many a carny-hearted performer since it was first published in 1989. Come, enter a world...

‘BROTASSIUM’: A Nutritious Evening of Boylesque This Sunday, July 26th at 7:30 PM at...

For those who partake of burlesque in the DMV area it’s a pretty steady diet of melons and tomatoes (and certainly there’s nothing wrong...

2015 Capital Fringe Preview #9: ‘Cold As Death’

“People ask me ‘where do you find these plays?’ says Catherine Aselford, Artistic Director of Guillotine Theatre, “and I always wonder why they don’t...

In the Moment: 2015 Capital Fringe Festival Preview #1: ‘BOND: An Unauthorized Parody’ first...

Looking at the upcoming Workhouse (Lorton, VA) Performing Arts Center calendar and the Capital Fringe Festival performance schedule, I spotted a show from Tasty...

Bark Victory! ‘Boobies for Bebe’ Benefit September 5th at Bier Baron

BARK VICTORY! BOOBIES FOR BEBE BENEFIT SEPTEMBER 5 AT THE BIER BARON On September 5, 2014 some big-hearted burlesquers, sideshow folks and musical comedy acts...

DCMetroTheaterArts Staff’s 2013 Special Awards

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts bestows the following Special Awards upon: Theater J,  under the leadership of Artistic Director Ari Roth, programmed the most consistently relevant and socially engaged...

THE BEST OF 2013: ‘Favorite Plays of 2013′ by The Staff of DCMetroTheaterArts

It’s that time of the year when everyone makes their list of favorites, and the staff of DCMetroTheaterArts, after seeing hundreds of professional, community,...

Landless Theatre’s ‘Davey Jones’ Locker’ Plays at Piratz Tavern November 10, 17, and 18...

The Landless Theatre Company, DC’s purveyor of all theatre that is fun and insane, is setting sail for a most unusual venue this November:...

Capital Fringe Review: R.U.X. (Rockwell’s Universal SeXbots) by Ally Jenkins

Originally produced as a serial play as part of the 2011 Hope Operas, an annual charity event, R.U.X. has remounted for this year's Fringe...
Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company performed 'Analogy Trilogy' at the Kennedy Center March 28-30. Photo courtesy of The Kennedy Center.

George Mason University Center for the Arts Announces its 2019-2020 Season

The Center for the Arts at George Mason University has announced the 2019/2020 season of Great Performances at Mason, its annual series featuring leading national and...

Review: ‘Anastasia’ at The Kennedy Center

Will you be swept up into the legend of Anastasia, the youngest daughter of Nicholas II, the last Emperor of Russia? When her family...

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