Community Theater

‘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...

‘Six Degrees of Separation’ at Vpstart Crow Productions by Ashunda Norris

According to an unproven theory, all of us mere mortals are connected to anyone else on the planet through a chain of acquaintances separated...

‘Going to St. Ives’ at Colonial Players by Amanda Gunther

If you venture to the Colonial Players' production of Going To St. Ives, you will find a compelling and engaging drama that captivates the...

‘August: Osage County’ at Reston Community Players by Katie Elizabeth Quinn

In an article on the Steppenwolf Theater Company’s website, Tracy Letts writes that his play August: Osage County was inspired by the desire to...

Six Degrees of Separation opens May 11th at Vpstart Crow Productions...

Vpstart Crow Productions' Artistic Director Rob Batarla tells us about their new production of Six Degrees of Separation which opens this Friday at the Hylton Performing...

‘Ruined’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre by Amanda Gunther

The Pulitzer Prize-winning play Ruined by acclaimed playwright Lynn Nottage comes to life on the stage of Fells Point Corner Theatre as the final...

Eric Jones on Playing Ian in ‘Rooms: A Rock Romance’ at...

I am so happy that several productions of Rooms: A Rock Romance are popping up all over the DC Metro area, and last night I...

‘Rooms: A Rock Romance’ at Kensington Arts Theatre by Mariya Danilenko

Kensington Arts Theatre's production of Paul Scott Goodman's Scottish rock musical Rooms: A Rock Romance features a thrillingly gorgeous score by Paul Scott Goodman...

‘Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me’ at Port City Playhouse by Erica...

It’s not everyday that a play can take you into the tortured minds of three political prisoners, but the Port City Playhouse presentation of...

‘The Graduate’ at Greenbelt Arts Center by Amanda Gunther

And here’s to you, Mrs. Robinson, Jesus loves you more than you will know, and so does everyone coming to see her at the...

‘Deathtrap’ at Prince George’s Little Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Suspense is a fine tool to sharpen any theatrical thriller. And you’ll find plenty of it along with a healthy dose of comedy in...

‘The Fantasticks’ at Vienna Theatre Company by Doug Poms

The Fantasticks has the distinction of being the longest-running musical in history (the original Off-Broadway production ran a whopping 17,162 performances between 1960 and...

‘Deathtrap’ at McLean Community Players by Julia L. Exline

McLean Community Players presents Deathtrap, Broadway’s longest-running thriller by Ira Levin. Directed by Jerry Bonnes, Deathtrap is a suspenseful treat filled with greed, deceit,...

‘Witness for the Prosecution’ at The Little Theatre of Alexandria by...

The Little Theatre of Alexandria present’s Agatha Christie’s Witness for the Prosecution, a courtroom thriller with sudden twists and turns that shock even those...

‘Musings from the Back of the Theater: Deathtrap at McLean Community...

Twenty-five years ago I was directing the play, Deathtrap in Virginia.  I stood in the back of the theater at one of the many...

‘Enchanted April’ at Silver Spring Stage by Amanda Gunther

Let enchantment bridge the gap between your befores and afters at the Silver Spring Stage’s production of Enchanted April. Directed by Laurie T. Freed...

The Male and Female ‘The Odd Couple” at Sterling Playmakers by...

Sterling Playmakers delivers a one-two punch with Lora Buckman's production of both the male and female versions of The Odd Couple. Written by Neil Simon,...

‘Hello Dolly’ at Spotlighters Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Put on your Sunday clothes and head down to Spotlighters Theatre to see a great classic revived to its glory days in their production...

‘Baby’ at Rockville Musical Theatre by Joel Markowitz

Rockville Musical Theatre is performing the musical Baby in the intimate The Gaithersburg Arts Barn. The show has a score by David Shire and...

‘Frozen’ at Rockville Little Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Humanity in its rarest form comes to light in the Rockville Little Theatre's presentation of Frozen by Bryony Lavery. Directed by Kevin O’Connell, this...

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