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Review: ‘Mary Poppins’ at Walkersville High School

From Bert the chimney sweep’s offstage introduction of the Bank’s stately home on London’s Cherry Tree Lane, the audience at Walkersville High School’s auditorium...

Review: ‘Titanic’ at Our Lady of Good Counsel High School

Something about the RMS Titanic’s sinking has, for the past hundred or so years, always struck a chord with the American public. There have...

Review: ‘Footloose’ at Quince Orchard High School

WOW!!! Actual bouncing off walls, excitement, enthusiasm and synchronized choreography – and that was just maneuvering into a parking space out front! Footloose Director Nicholas Jullian...

Review: Suitland High School’s ‘Mid-Winter Concert’

Prince George’s County Public Schools are filled with young talent. An excellent example of that talent is Suitland High School’s Center for the Visual...

Review: ‘The Hot New Deal’ at Glenelg Country School

The Great Depression sure had a great soundtrack. That’s one take-away from the debut of a new “jukebox musical” named The Hot New Deal,...

Review: ‘Avenue Q-School Edition’ at Fairfax High School

Avenue Q is not your mother’s musical. Sure, the muppets might seem cute, but once they start singing you’ll see that they’re just as...

Meet the Cast ‘Spring Awakening’ at Ovations Theatre: Part 1: Marjorie...

In part 1 of a series of interviews with the cast of Ovations Theatre's Spring Awakening, meet Marjorie Long and Josie Weinberg who share...

Review: ‘Peter and the Starcatcher’ at Georgetown Day School

If the idea of “sophisticated family entertainment” sounds like a contradiction in terms—an oxymoron if ever there were one—then Peter and the Starcatcher, which...

Review: ‘Guys and Dolls’ at Richard Montgomery High School

Nicknamed “A Musical Fable of Broadway,” Guys and Dolls is a 1950 musical comedy based on the short stories of the legendary Damon Runyon....

Review: ‘Almost, Maine’ at Quince Orchard High School

“If needed, use additional sheets.” I remember always being curious how anyone writing a High School exam essay could ever write enough to need...

Review: ‘Godspell’ at W.T. Woodson High School

Stephen Schwartz’s often treacly Godspell, conceived by book writer John-Michael Tebelak, is a parade of parables borrowed from the New Testament’s Matthew and Luke...

Meet the Cast of ‘School of Rock’ at West Potomac High...

In Part 3 of a series of interviews of the cast of West Potomac High School’s School of Rock, meet Luke Simonsen. Please introduce yourself to our...

Meet the Cast of ‘School of Rock’ at West Potomac High...

In Part 2 of a series of interviews of the cast of West Potomac High School’s School of Rock, meet Tony Lemus. Please introduce yourself to our...

Meet the Cast of ‘School of Rock’ at West Potomac High...

In Part 1 of a series of interviews of the cast of West Potomac High School's School of Rock, meet Josh Turner. Introduce yourself to our...

Review: ‘Grease’ at Wildwood Summer Theatre at The Arts Barn

Wildwood Summer Theatre’s first 2016 summer production of Grease (with book, music and lyrics by Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey), directed by Jake Young, combines youthful...

Review: ‘The Last Five Years’ at Robinson High School’s Rambunctious Theatre...

Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years is not your average love story. It showcases the ups and downs, successes and failures of any relationship...

Review: ‘The Wedding Singer’ at Fairfax High School’s FX Players

The Wedding Singer is one of the few musical adaptations based on a Hollywood hit that actually works. This is thanks in equal parts...

Review: ‘Starlight Express’ at West Potomac High School

You’d have to be "Crazy" not to go and find the 'Light at the End of the Tunnel' with the fastest show on earth:...

Review: ‘Legally Blonde’ at Thomas S. Wootton High School

Looking for and evening non-stop fun? Well look no further than the Wootton High School’s performance of Legally Blonde: The Musical. Based on the...

Review: ‘Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella’ at TheatreMcLean

The rumbling of drums, the chiming of bells, and the sweet notes of violins drifting up into the air all create an enchanting tune...

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