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Review: “Celebrating Joan: A Tribute to Joan Rivers” at The Kennedy...

Celebrating Joan: A Tribute to Joan Rivers, which left the audience of admirers howling last night at The Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theater, was an evening for “mature...

Review: Brian Regan at The Warner Theatre

With the nonstop laughter tonight coming from the Warner Theatre in DC, it was easy to tell that Brian Regan had brought his comedy...

Review: ‘William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged)’ at Folger Theatre

Whatever you’re doing, stop now. Run - do not walk; run - to Folger Theatre for the glorious ray of sunshine that is William...

Review: The Art of Comedy’ at Platform Arts Center

Approximately once a month – twice, if they feel like it – a group of comedians gets together at the Platform Arts Center in...

Review: ‘Laughter and Reflection with Carol Burnett-A Conversation Where the Audience...

Comedienne extraordinaire Carol Burnett brought her distinctive and legendary persona to the Music Center at Strathmore last night and the audience responded with glee...

Review: ‘Barenaked Comedy’ at Bier Baron

In the Venn Diagram of your brain on burlesque and your brain on standup, Barenaked Comedy is the intersection. It made for an interesting...

Review: ‘The Critic’ & ‘The Real Inspector Hound’ at Shakespeare Theatre...

The theatre critic might well be the focus of the satiric lampoon, now on stage at Shakespeare Theatre Company's Lansburgh Theatre, but it is...

‘Seasonal Disorder’ at Washington Improv Theater

'Tis the season for jolly laughter, and if you like humor that’s loopy, irreverent, quick-witted, and fresh, you’ll fit right in at Washington Improv...

Wanda Sykes at The Warner Theatre

Four-time Emmy award-winning comedian, actor, writer, producer and DC-area native Wanda Sykes returned to The Warner Theatre last weekend with her signature sarcastic and...

‘The Basilisk of Barnagasso’ at The George Washington University Department of...

An exuberant troupe of seven players (and some ad-libbing stage hands) fabricated a screwball, madcap adventure of star-crossed lovers and lost fortunes, vagabonds, soldiers,...

‘Margaret Cho: The PsyCHO Tour’ at Warner Theatre

Renowned three-time Grammy and Emmy-nominated comedian, actress and singer Margaret Cho tackled tough timely topics like police brutality, female empowerment, death and racism in...

‘Underground Rooftop Coffee House: Voices from the Edge’ at Arts Collective...

Opening their 2015-2016 season, Howard Community College’s Arts Collective presented an evening of improvisations by their own improv group called What Improv Group?!?! or W.I.G?!?!...

Jim Gaffigan’s ‘Contagious Tour’ at Wolf Trap

Jim Gaffigan brought his “Contagious” tour to Wolf Trap on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, treating the sold-out crowd to jokes and quips about the...

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

A Love of the Bard is Passed to Another Generation: Meet...

Tonight, Laurel Mill Playhouse will be presenting one of Shakespeare’s later comedies, The Tempest. Unlike the Bard’s earlier comedies, The Tempest does not rely on...

‘A Prairie Home Companion’ with Garrison Keillor and Special Guests Sara...

The Filene Center launched the summer season at Wolf Trap with another visit by Garrison Keillor and the news from . The United States...

The Columbia Festival of the Arts Runs June 12-27, 2015: Events,...

The Columbia Festival of the Arts is in the 28th  year. It began as an offshoot of the Columbia Fair that celebrated the anniversary...

‘Eat The Runt’ at Arts Collective at Howard Community College

College theaters have always been forerunners in experimental theater, and Arts Collective at Howard Community College's zany production of Avery Crozier's Eat the Runt is no exception....

Jay Leno at The Kennedy Center

A magnificent stage usually filled with a full orchestra and a hundred-person chorus might feel empty with just a stool, a microphone, and a...

Ken Ludwig’s ‘Be My Baby’ Opens on January 23, 2015 at...

Vienna Theatre Company is rehearsing Ken Ludwig’s romantic comedy Be My Baby. Opening night is January 23, 2015 and will run for three weekends. Rehearsing...

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