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Review: ‘Hetty Feather’ at Delaware Theatre Company

Nothing can keep Hetty Feather down. An orphan’s life is a hard one, especially in Victorian England – and Hetty has it harder than...

Review: ‘White Guy on the Bus’ at Delaware Theatre Company

White Guy on the Bus, at Wilmington’s Delaware Theatre Company through Sunday, February 19, is easily the prolific Bruce Graham’s most important and most...

Review: ‘After Birth of a Nation’ at City Theater Company

Today’s audiences need farce. Wild men chasing beautiful women through many doors, visual running gags, women dressed as men, and vice versa, all enhanced...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2016 #16: Best Direction, Musical Direction, and Design...

The DCMetroTheaterArts Staff's Best of 2016 Direction in Productions in Philadelphia, New Jersey, and DE are: BEST DIRECTION Carl Andress for Charles Busch’s The Divine Sister...

Review: ‘La Cage aux Folles’ at City Theater Company

Wilmington’s City Theater Company ushers in its 23rd season with lots of glitter for the holidays. But it’s not the usual tinsel on the tree,...

Review: ‘Pericles’ at Delaware Shakespeare Festival

Thousands of years ago, people gathered in the great hall of a palace to hear a bard, like Homer, tell a magical tale of...

Review: ‘The War of the Roses’ at Delaware Theatre Company

Based on the iconic novel-turned-film of the same title, The War of the Roses follows the legendary Jonathan and Barbara Rose as their seemingly...

Review: ‘The Comedy of Errors’ at The Delaware Shakespeare Festival in...

  Two sets of twins create twice the confusion and double the laughs in The Comedy of Errors, Delaware Shakespeare Festival’s 2016 selection for its...

Eddie’s Travel Picks: A Restaurant Trifecta in Sussex County, Delaware

Let's take a quick tour of three restaurants in Sussex County Delaware.  That happens to be the shore which includes Rehoboth, Lewes, Bethany, Fenwick,...

Review: ‘Funny Girl’ at Kent County Theatre Guild in Dover, DE

Mead Hunter once said that if you want to be a genius in the theatre you should start a company and wait twenty years....

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