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‘The Music Man Kids’: Part One: Meet Mia Alessandra Goodman by...

This begins a series of interviews with the very talented group of five young actors in the cast of Arena Stage's production of The...

Nibbles and Sips Around Town: ‘Celeb Chefs Take the Town’ by...

Crystal City Gets Good Stuff A klieg-lit opening for Spike Mendelsohn’s Good Stuff Eatery in Crystal City brought out family, friends and TV crews earlier...

STAGE WRITE: Up-and-Coming: An Interview with Paul Davis Griffin by Teresa...

Paul Davis Griffin is a versatile and up-and-coming local actor currently appearing in Mobtown Players not to be missed production of Bent, based around...

An Interview With Tommy Tune who is Performing at Strathmore Today...

Today - Saturday, June 2nd at 2 and 8 PM, Broadway legend Tommy Tune returns to The Music Center at Strathmore with Steps in...

Stage Dad: ‘Four Kids: Four Stars’ by Glenn Cook

It’s still somewhat difficult to fathom that I’m the parent of a college student and, in a few months, three high school students. Somewhere...

A Look at No Rules Theatre Company’s ‘Suicide, Incorporated’ – Week...

Ahh, tech: the time in every actor’s life where everything else seems to stop. Dishes go undone, dirty laundry overflows in my hamper, and...

A Short Chat With Charlie Brady Who’s Playing Sonny in ‘Xanadu’...

Charlie Brady is playing the not-too-bright but energetic Sonny Malone in Signature Theatre's production of Xanadu. I asked Charlie to talk about playing Sonny. Joel:...

Stage Dad: “What I Wish I Had Known…” by Glenn Cook

Occasionally, I get questions from others whose children are interested in pursuing a career in the performing arts. Usually, they want to know how...

Erin Weaver on Playing Kira in ‘Xanadu’ at Signature Theatre by...

I heard a two women at intermission at Xanadu last Saturday night at intermission blurt out, "Is that really Erin Weaver?" What audiences and...

‘The Wailers’ at Charles Town Races by Mike Spain

The Wailers performed Friday night at The H Lounge located in the middle of Hollywood Casino at Charles Town Races. Local reggae band Jah...

Nibbles And Sips Around Town: ‘Summer Cookbooks, Celebs, and A Sri...

Apron Anxiety Giveaway – Alyssa Shelasky’s hot new tell-all cookbook will be given away to a one of our readers, so click here and Go to...

A Look at No Rules Theatre Company’s ‘Suicide, Incorporated’ – Week...

As we finish up our fourth week in the rehearsal room and head into tech, I’m feeling cool, calm, and collected. I’m so eager...

Evan Casey & Jason Lott on Running Around Like Crazy at...

I saw The 39 Steps last week and laughed so hard my jaw was hurting. Most of these guffaws came from watching Jason Lott and...

Stage Dad: ‘A Lesson From Dance’ by Glenn Cook

Like many parents with school-age children, a standing feature on many of our Saturdays is toting the kids to various lessons. For all of...

Interview with ‘Musicians of Mercy’ Founder Robin Fay Massie by Teresa...

Musicians of Mercy is a Baltimore area ensemble that coordinates benefits and performs for the sole purpose of helping those in need. Its founder,...

‘The Secret Garden’ at St. Mark’s Players by Joel Markowitz

St. Mark's Players deserves the highest praise for their beautifully directed and performed production of The Secret Garden, which has a lush score by...

Madeline Botteri on playing Monica P. Miller in ‘Rooms: A Rock...

Madeline Botteri is a bundle of energy as Monica P. Miller in Kensington Arts Theatre's production of Rooms: A Rock Romance. With her  powerful...

Judyisms: ‘Unmentionable Moment – One Day This Will Be Funny’ by...

The very serious play was Equus, about a boy who mutilated horses by blinding them with an ice pick ... horrible to say the very least....

A Look at No Rules Theatre Company’s ‘Suicide, Incorporated’ – Week...

This is Part 2 of Co-Artistic Director Brian Sutow taking us behind the scenes of No Rules Theatre Company's production of Suicide, Incorporated: We are now almost...

Stage Dad: ‘A Triathlon in Chunks’ by Glenn Cook

Being the parent of a professional child actor has a lot in common with triathlons. Sometimes you run, sometimes you spin around in circles,...