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Reading of ‘8’ Sponsored by Bay Theatre Company & Dignity Players...

BAY THEATRE COMPANY & DIGNITY PLAYERS ANNOUNCES READING OF DUSTIN LANCE BLACK’S NEW PLAY 8 Directed by Steven Carpenter Monday, October 8, 2012 @ 8:00pm Steven Carpenter at Anne...

‘La-Ti-Do’ Announces Special Guests for Tomorrow – Monday, October 1st at...

TOMORROW - MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2012 AT 8 PM La-Ti-Do At The Black Fox Lounge 1723 Connecticut Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20009 $10 cover charge at the door. Doors...

Part Two: The ‘Merman’s Apprentice Log’ by Stephen Cole

When last we left Muriel Plakenstein, she was about to enter a new world. The world of Ethel Merman and the St. James Theatre...

‘Big Apple Circus’ Legendarium’ at Dulles Town Center by Mike Spain

Big Apple Circus is not a huge arena hopping spectacular and not a multiple ring show. It is a simple, one-ring circus with a...

Free Concert TONIGHT at 6 PM at Lincoln Center To Honor...

If you are in NYC, TONIGHT at 6 PM you are invited to attend a FREE concert honoring the work of Paul Scott Goodman (ROOMS:...

‘Doing the Time Warp’- Part One: Director Jay Brock on His...

Rocky Horror initial problem: How do you put up this show? It is the question for a The Rocky Horror Show creative team. How do we effectively strike a balance between what is ingrained in Rocky Horror fan culture,...

Part One: ‘The Merman’s Apprentice Log’ by Stephen Cole

Here we are, casting our first public New York City reading of a new musical fable, Merman’s Apprentice, a new musical fable…Book and Lyrics...

The National Theatre Has New Management by Joel Markowitz

It's my favorite place to see a musical. And my favorite seat is in the middle of the first row of the Mezzanine. There's...

Nibbles And Sips Around Town: ‘Kraut Rocks Competition and Brings Cool...

Kraut Rocks is the hipster appellation promoters have conferred upon a sauerkraut competition involving five of DC area leading chefs. Steered by Bravo’s Top Chef alumni Spike Mendelsohn, the...

‘Taking SHAPE’ Part 2: Frank Britton and Dane Figueroa Edidi on...

In Part Two of Taking SHAPE actors Frank Britton and Dane Figueroa Edidi introduce us to their characters Billy and Cordelia McClain. From Frank Britton (Billy McClain): When my...

Special Discount for Cirque du Soleil’s ‘TOTEM’ at National Harbor

Cirque du Soleil has returned to Washington with TOTEM and is playing now through October 7, 2012 under the blue and yellow Big Top at...

Part Five: Letters from the Living Dead: ‘My Sweet Baby’ by...

Welcome back to the Farmhouse. If you listen close, you will hear the pitter patter of little feet running and skipping around. All at once...

A Happy and Joyous New Year to our Jewish Readers, Colleagues,...

DC Metro Theater Arts wishes our Jewish friends, colleagues, readers, and members of the theatre community a Happy Jewish New Year! May this year bring...

‘Taking Shape’ Part 1: John Moletress Introduces Us to force/collision’s ‘SHAPE’

It was in January of this year when I was directing Craig Wright's Mistakes Were Made in Houston that Erik Ehn contacted me through email...

A Tribute to Theatre Benefactor and Supporter Dr. Jaylee Mead

It's a sad day for DC area theatre with the tragic news that Dr. Jaylee Mead died today of heart failure. Known for her...

HCC’s Arts Collective Announces Improv Group “What Improv Group?!?!” 2012-2013 Season...

HCC’s only improv troupe returns for a 6-show season – with Special Guests Howard Community College’s Arts Collective (AC) kicks off its 18th Season with performances...

35th Annual Kennedy Center Honorees Announced Today by Joel Markowitz

Buddy Guy, Dustin Hoffman, David Letterman, Ntalia Makarova, and Led Zeppelin to receive the 35th annual Kennedy Center Honors. What a wonderful group they...

Today from 5-8 PM: Taking Flight Theatre Company Holds Auditions for...

Today from 5-8 PM. Taking Flight Theatre Company holds auditions for its next production: Equus by Peter Shaffer. The production will be directed by...

‘Campaign Caper’ comes to Way Off Broadway by Justin M. Kiska

In addition to Way Off Broadway’s regularly scheduled Mainstage and Children’s Theatre seasons, the theatre also hosts a number of special events each year.  Some...