Community Theater

Review: ‘Spring Awakening’ by Wolf Pack Theatre Company at Greenbelt Arts...

Wolf Pack Theatre Company’s production of Spring Awakening is a powerfully moving show. The 2006 musical, with Book and Lyrics by Steven Sater and...

Review: ‘Unlucky Soldiers’ at Theatrical Mining Company

“This we’ll defend” is the motto of the U.S. Army, and the Theatrical Mining Company is going above and beyond to fulfill that commitment...

Review: ‘Shakespeare’s R & J’ at Vagabond Players

Paula Vogel facetiously called Othello "a play about a handkerchief," but Shakespeare's R & J, Joe Calarco's all-male reconception of the Bard's most famous...

Review: ‘Rumors’ at the Colonial Players of Annapolis

Colonial Players’ production of Neil Simon’s Rumors is a hilarious farce of a play, a wonderful way to start their 70th season. First appearing...

Review: ‘Luther’ at Arena Players

By Cybele Pomeroy “My name is Luther and I’m going to sing every song I know. Come on, y’all, let’s have a party.” -- Tamba...

Review: ‘August: Osage County’ at the Little Theatre of Alexandria

The Little Theatre of Alexandria’s production of August: Osage County, the 2007 Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Terry Letts, pulls off the condensed, soap-opera feel...

Review: ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ at Laurel Mill Playhouse

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, directed by Jen Sizer and produced by Maureen Rogers, opened September 7 at the Laurel Mill Playhouse. Written by Dale...

Review: ‘Anything Goes’ at September Song Musical Theatre

For a long Labor Day Weekend, September Song is presenting Cole Porter’s Anything Goes at the Carroll Arts Center in Westminster, Maryland. Produced by...

Review: ‘The Glitter Girls’ at Upcounty Theatre

The Glitter Girls, written by Mark Dunn and directed by Bruce Hirsch, is a hilarious romp through a mind game played by the wealthy...

Review: ‘Consent’ at Spotlighters Theatre

As audience members enter the Spotlighters Theatre to attend the Baltimore Playwrights Festival's world premiere of Glennyce Lynn's Consent, they pass signs warning against...

Review: ‘Variations on Sacrifice’ by Rapid Lemon Productions at Baltimore Theatre...

Last night I had the immense pleasure of seeing eleven new plays by thirteen authors in Variations on Sacrifice. The Variations Project is an...

Review: ‘Little Women (The Musical)’ by Wildwood Summer Theatre at the...

Wow! Wildwood Summer Theatre’s production of Little Women (The Musical) was both dazzling and polished; its shine reflected the animated energy of its all-youth (ages...

Review: ‘Barnum’ at Prince William Little Theatre

By Leandra Lynn Step right up! Feast your eyes on PWLT’s current production, Barnum! The fun started even before I walked into the Hylton Performing...

Review: ‘Come Back to the Five and Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy...

By Bill Kamberger On September 30, 1975, twenty years to the day after the car crash that took the life of movie legend James Dean,...

Review: ‘Footloose’ at City of Fairfax Theatre Company

Footloose – the 1984 movie starring Kevin Bacon about a disaffected teen who moves to a small town where dancing is outlawed and aims...

Review: ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ at the Little Theatre of Alexandria

Lightning has struck in the form of Jesus Christ Superstar at the Little Theatre of Alexandria (LTA) this past Saturday night. Taking on the...

Review: ‘The Little Mermaid’ at Cockpit in Court

By Bill Kamberger Ironically enough for a story that is propelled by sibling rivalry and longing for a better life, the stage adaptation of The...

Review: ‘Margherita’ presented by Seventh Street Playhouse at Greenbelt Arts Center

Margherita by Anthony E. Gallo, presented by the Seventh Street Playhouse at the Greenbelt Arts Center under the direction of Beatrix Whitehall, is a...

The 2018 Ruby Griffith Awards

As we know from the recent Royal Wedding, the British know how to throw a party. The most recent example was the top-notch afternoon...

Review: ‘Anything Goes’ by Rockville Musical Theatre

Anything Goes is one of those old-timey musicals where even if you’ve never seen the show before, you somehow discover you know the words...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ