Community Theater

Review: ‘And Then There Were None’ by Providence Players of Fairfax

Providence Players of Fairfax present Agatha Christie's And Then There Were None, based on her book of the same name. By one of the...

Review: ‘Murder on the Nile’ at Castaways Rep

Murder on the Nile is Agatha Christie’s staging of her popular novel, Death on the Nile, published in 1937. Castaways Repertory Theatre has chosen...

Review: ‘The Giver’ at Aldersgate Church Community Theater

In The Giver, Eric Coble’s adaptation of the Newberry Award-winning novel by Lois Lowry, Aldersgate Church Community Theater offers a family-friendly production about a...

Review: ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ at Rockville Little Theatre

Although three murders, or “helping lonely men to find peace,” as the aunts see it, take place in the first two minutes, Rockville Little...

Review: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ by Britches and Hose Theatre Company

By Brianna Lau See the greatest show with Britches and Hose Theatre Company’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream! Magic and mayhem run rampant in...

Review: Book ‘The Book Club Play’ at Silver Spring Stage

Whether you're an avid reader or a theater buff or both, there's a supersmart, superfunny show up in Silver Spring that should be on...

Review: ‘Isn’t It Romantic’ by Theatre@CBT

Isn’t It Romantic, written by Wendy Wasserstein and directed by Arielle Katz, follows Janie Blumberg (Elizabeth A. Weiss) and Harriet Cornwall (Betsy Ryan), both...

Review: ‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ at the Colonial Players of Annapolis

Should you see Colonial Players’ production of Arsenic and Old Lace in old town Annapolis before it closes? That depends. Are you opposed to...

Review: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ by The Arlington Players

After a highly successful animated film, a long-running Broadway show, a live-action movie version, various spin-offs, and innumerable theme park, cruise ship, and school...

Review: ‘The Girls of the Garden Club’ at Laurel Mill Playhouse

The Girls of the Garden Club, written by John Patrick, directed by Larry Simmons and produced by Maureen Rogers, is presently playing at Laurel...

Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre To Host Free Staged Reading of ‘Mids...

Looking for an uplifting original musical? Check out Mids and Johnnies, a new musical about life in Annapolis. The plot revolves around Roman, a Ruritanian foreign-exchange...

Review: ‘A Few Good Men’ at The Little Theatre of Alexandria

OORAH and HOOYAH! Integrity and a code of honor is at the heart of the play A Few Good Men, showing now at The...

Review: ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ by the Potomac Playmakers

Bringing Little Shop of Horrors to life is no small feat for any theatre company, and it’s even more difficult when performing in a...

Review: ‘Bobby Gould in Hell’ by Providence Players of Fairfax

Eternal questions are being hotly debated in the back room of the Italian Café in Falls Church, where the Providence Players of Fairfax have...

Review: ‘Nuthin’ But The Truth!’ by Black Carpet Productions

As the Gospel stage play Nuthin’ But The Truth! opened, the fictional Rising Star Missionary Baptist Church in Mississippi had figuratively seen many literal...

Providence Players’ Julie Janson Previews Pop-Up Production of ‘Bobby Gould in...

With the success of their first pop-up theatrical venture, the Providence Players of Fairfax are ready for a second pop-up production. This time the...

Lighting Designer John H. Purnell Discusses ‘Mamma Mia’ at Annapolis Summer...

John H. Purnell is the Lighting Designer for Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre’s sold-out production of Mamma Mia! He has done the lighting design for...

Review: ‘The Country Wife’ at The Rude Mechanicals

In 1675 William Wycherley wrote The Country Wife, a bawdy comedy of manners that pushed back against an 18-year stage ban instituted by a...

Review: ‘Amélie’ at 2nd Star Productions

Amélie is a whimsy of a musical with a big cast of characters and an equally big heart. An ensemble-driven rom-com that transports you...

Review: ‘Mary Poppins’ by Glyndon Area Players

“Anything can happen if you let it” isn’t just the watchcry of the rosy cheeked heroine of Mary Poppins, currently dazzling audiences at Sacred...

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