Author Archive | Mariya Danilenko

The cast of 'Seussical.' Photo by Margot Schulman.

‘Seussical’ at Imagination Stage by Mariya Danilenko

Seussical at Imagination Stage brings the curious land of Dr. Seuss tales, and many of their characters, all together in one theatre. It is a holiday show designed for children and families, and is a great show for adults as well as children. Seussical has music by Stephen Flaherty and lyrics by Lynn Ahrens (Ragtime). The […]

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Capital Fringe Review: ‘All-Nude College-Girl Revue or Why I Can’t Pass The Vetting’ by Mariya Danilenko

All-Nude College-Girl Revue or Why I Can’t Pass The Vetting is a hilarious autobiographical one-woman show performed and written by Lisa Faith Phillips. Inspired by a recent lawsuit from the Franklin Covey Corporation against her last show at the Fringe entitled 7 ½ Habits of Highly Effective Mistresses, Phillips decides to write a new show […]

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Laura C. Harris, Jessica Love, and Dylan Moore in 'Bachelorette.' Photo: Scott Suchman.

‘Bachelorette’ at The Studio Theatre by Mariya Danilenko

Bachelorette represents gluttony in a series of plays called Seven Deadly Plays by Leslye Headland. The scene is set in a luxurious New York City hotel room rented by a soon-to-be bride where three of her friends meet there the night before her wedding. There’s the coke-snorting Gena (Laura C. Harris), the quick-to-get-wasted Katie (Jessica […]

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Monica (Madeline Botteri) and Ian (Eric Jones). Photo by Stephanie Gross,

‘Rooms: A Rock Romance’ at Kensington Arts Theatre by Mariya Danilenko

Kensington Arts Theatre’s production of Paul Scott Goodman’s Scottish rock musical Rooms: A Rock Romance features a thrillingly gorgeous score by Paul Scott Goodman and a  poignant, funny, and heart-felt book by Mr. Goodman and his wife Miriam Goodman. It also sports a sensational group of musicians led by Musical Director Leah Kocsis. Rooms tells the story […]

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