Community Theater

Part Seven: Letters From the Living Dead: “This house…this place” by...

“As we rounded round the hill, past the boating shop, we’d stop and turn the corner by the mill - and I’d see this house…this...

‘A Flea in Her Ear’ at Rockville Little Theatre by Mara...

Mistaken identity? Check. Double entendres that would make your grandmother stifle a giggle? Check. Over-the-top characters going in one door and coming out another?...

Friday Fire Sale at ‘Farragut North’ at Silver Spring Stage by...

From Michael Kharfen from Silver Spring Stage: This just in on the wire: "the polls have been extended for Farragut North with two more shows...

‘Spring Awakening’ at Dominion Stage by Doug Poms

Spring Awakening, the 2007 Tony Award-winning Best Musical, is back in the DC area in a new production at Dominion Stage. The much beloved...

‘The Marvelous Wonderettes’ at Montgomery Playhouse by Amanda Gunther

Go Chipmunks! It’s 1958 and it’s the night of the Super Senior Prom at Springfield High School! The Crooning Crabcakes have been banned from...

‘Promises, Promises’ at The Arlington Players by Julia L. Exline

The Arlington Players presents Promises, Promises, the 1968 Tony Award-winning Best Musical based on Billy Wilder’s 1960’s screenplay and Academy Award-winning Best Picture The...

‘Avenue Q’ at Red Branch Theatre Company by John Harding

In a make-believe Michelin Guide to musical highways and byways, Avenue Q would hardly rank as more than a Broadway roundabout. It’s a tuneful goof...

2012-2013 Season Preview for McLean Community Players by Chris Hardy and...

McLean Community Players (MCP) just concluded their 2011-2012 season with a highly successful production of Legally Blonde. To find out what they have in...

‘Arsenic and Old Lace’ at Vpstart Crow Productions by Jessica Vaughan

Vpstart Crow Productions puts the laughs in black comedy, opening their 2012 season with Arsenic and Old Lace. You know you shouldn’t be laughing at people...

‘Rumors’ at The Fredericktowne Players by Mara Bayewitz

You know when you go to your favorite neighborhood restaurant and the wait is too long, so you shlepp to another place farther away-and...

‘Dracula’ at Bowie Community Theatre by Julia L. Exline

Bowie Community Theatre presents Dracula, the Broadway play written in 1924 by Hamilton Deane and later revised by John L. Balderston, based on the...

‘Farragut North’ at Silver Spring Stage by Amanda Gunther

Vote Morris! Vote Pullman! Vote corruption! However, if you intend to vote - Silver Spring Stage is your polling place with their production of...

‘The Tempest’ at Laurel Mill Playhouse by Amanda Gunther

A storm has washed ashore one of Shakespeare’s fine comedies as Laurel Mill Playhouse presents The Tempest as the first show of their 2012/2013...

‘The Wizard of Oz’ at KAT 2nd Stage by Mike Spain

This past Saturday afternoon's performance of KAT 2nd Stage's production of The Wizard of Oz at The Arts Barn in Gaithersburg was sold out....

‘Funny Money’ at The Little Theatre of Alexandria by Julia L....

The Little Theatre of Alexandria presents Funny Money, a British farce by Ray Cooney about an ordinary man who finds himself in an extraordinary...

‘Don’t Bury The Story in a Musical’ by David Rohde

Every musical has a story for the audience to enjoy, so don’t bury it on stage. In the musical Li’l Abner, a rousing chorus number...

‘The Producers’ at Zemfira Stage by Kim Moeller

"It was crass and crude and I enjoyed every minute of it!" That’s a line from the Mel Brooks musical comedy, The Producers. It’s also...

‘Unnecessary Farce’ at Prince George’s Little Theatre by Amanda Gunther

The heat is on! The fuzz is staked out on a mission to take down the mayor for 16 million dollars in embezzled funds...

‘Fuddy Meers’ at The Montgomery Playhouse by Amanda Gunther

If you’re ready for some unconventional fun with a memory-loss momma, a lisping, limping man in a ski mask, and a sock puppet with...

Part Three: Letters From the Living Dead: ‘Exploring the Farmhouse’ by...

Exploring the Farmhouse Last night, I spent about four hours in the Farmhouse with my trusty Co-Director, Jenna Ballard. How did we do this without...