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Review: An Audacious and Urgent ‘Assassins’ at Signature Theatre

Nearly thirty years after its premiere, Stephen Sondheim’s Assassins still astonishes. An audacious meet-up of nine successful and would-be presidential assassins – from the...

Teatro de la Luna: Providing Spanish-Language Theater to DC Since 1991

Nucky Walder and Mario Marcel are household names to many Spanish-speaking residents of Washington, DC. For more than 60 years, Marcel, who is from...

Review: ‘Da Vinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience’ at St. Luke’s...

Images, information, and interpretations are the main ingredients of Da Vinci & Michelangelo: The Titans Experience, which has now arrived in New York. Though...

Review: ‘Jaime Lozano: Songs by an Immigrant’ at Joe’s Pub

For his smashing debut at Joe’s Pub, Mexican-born and New York-based composer and music director Jaime Lozano gathered a roster of his talented family,...

Review: ‘Waiting for Johnny Depp’ in the Rave Theater Festival

This month marks the premiere of the Rave Theater Festival, playing Off-Off-Broadway at The Clemente Solo Velez Cultural Center, the former home of FringeNYC....

American Shakespeare Center Announces 2020 Programming

In a Sunday presentation broadcast from the stage of Staunton, Virginia's Blackfriars Playhouse – the world’s only recreation of Shakespeare’s indoor theatre – American...

Review: ‘Michael Feinstein: I Happen To Like New York’ at Feinstein’s/54...

For his annual summer engagement at Feinstein’s/54 Below, the eponymous multi-platinum Grammy-nominated artist celebrates the songs, entertainers, and musical history of our city in...

Review: ‘Bat Out of Hell’ at New York City Center

Loud, flashy, dissipated, and crass – Bat Out of Hell is everything you’d expect in a rock-n-roll jukebox musical based on the 1970s mega-hits...

Review: ‘Sea Wall/A Life’ at the Hudson Theatre

Following its sold-out Off-Broadway run at The Public Theater this past winter, Sea Wall/A Life has made its transfer to Broadway for a limited...

Review: ‘Crusade’ by Rapid Lemon Productions

In today’s excessively divisionary, violent, corrupt political environment, perhaps seeing a weapons-filled show set during an internal war wouldn’t be your immediate go-to of...

Vocalists Add a Narrative Twist to Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Volta’

Cirque du Soleil’s Volta is a rush of energy and hand-over-mouth gulps of emotions. Currently decamped in Fairfax County, a quick saunter from the raised...

15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Olivier Award Winner Lesli Margherita

Just back from her native California after a run in the Broadway At Music Circus production of Guys and Dolls in Sacramento, Broadway veteran and...

Review: ‘The Gazillion Bubble Show’ at New World Stages

Tiny bubbles, huge bubbles, round bubbles, square bubbles, long bubbles, clear bubbles, white bubbles, floating bubbles, bouncing bubbles, stacked bubbles, bubbles within bubbles, rainbow-colored bubbles,...

Remembering Harold Prince

On Wednesday, July 31, Broadway lost a legend, when producer/director/writer Harold Prince died at the age of 91, in Reykjavik, Iceland, following a brief...

Review: ‘Alive!’ in the New York Musical Festival

Presented at the Pershing Square Signature Center as a one-night-only featured concert in this year's New York Musical Festival (NYMF), Alive!, with book, music,...

In ‘Aladdin,’ Iago Is The Perfect Sidekick: And No, He’s Not...

LA-based character actor Reggie De Leon brings comedic flair to the beloved Disney character Iago. 'Aladdin' is playing at the Kennedy Center through September 7th.

Ari Afsar Pays Homage to America’s First Congresswoman in ‘Jeannette’

Ari Afsar is a singer/songwriter, stage and screen actress, and an advocate and activist for a variety of socio-political causes, including The Women’s March...

Feature: Directing ‘Ann’ at Arena Stage

Ann Richards, the late governor of Texas, and the first woman in that state to be elected in her own right, would be howling...

Review: ‘Broadway Bounty Hunter’ at Greenwich House Theater

It comes as no surprise that the sensational Joe Iconis and Family have done it again, following the phenomenal digital-age journey of one of my...

Interview: Pawel Walczewski Flies into Tysons with Cirque du Soleil ‘Volta’

Cirque du Soleil’s Volta features an inspirational message about loving the weirdo within. Volta centers around the character Waz who has allowed the dust...

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