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‘Broadway Rocks’!: The National Symphony Orchestra at Wolf Trap by Jennifer...

It was another hot Washington, DC summer evening at Wolf Trap on Friday, July 6th. However, those who braved the heat were treated to...

‘Avenue Q’ at Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Get ready to be as loud as the hell you want when cheering for the sensational cast of The Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre’s Avenue...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Alice in Wonderland’ by Betsy...

Alice in Wonderland: Our world and welcome to it! Volumes have been written about Charles Lutwidge Dodgson, better known by his pen name, Lewis Carroll....

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Barter (Or, Stealing Other People’s...

Stable Cable Lab Co. presents Barter (Or, Stealing Other People’s Credit Cards) by Emily Daly. Barter (Or, Stealing Other People’s Credit Cards) is a quirky comedy, set ten years...

‘California Guitar Trio’ at All Saints Episcopal Church by Mike Spain

The sanctuary at All Saints Episcopal Church in Frederick, Maryland was once again turned into a concert hall for the amazing California Guitar Trio....

‘Giselle’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

Romantic Giselle gets new life When The Paris Opera Ballet performs Giselle at The Kennedy Center through the weekend, you won’t see the traditional, slow entrance...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: Faction of Fools ‘Fool For...

What Is Faction of Fools' Fool for All? The Fool for All is based on two complementary factors: 1) The DC actor community is vast, talented,...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Pericles: Shakespeare vs. Wilkins’ by...

ELIZABETHAN PLAYWRIGHTS DUKE IT OUT IN PERICLES: SHAKESPEARE VS WILKINS The Rude Mechanicals have a fondness for Shakespeare, but you can only put on Hamlet...

‘Big Girls Gotta Eat Too!’ at The Black Theatre Festival by...

The DC Black Theatre Festival is a feast for one’s soul! Big Girls Gotta Eat Too! is a catchy title and I was excited...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: We Happy Few Productions’ ‘Hamlet’...

We Happy Few, one of DC’s newest theatre production companies, will present their first show at this year’s Capital Fringe Festival. The company’s co-founders...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘The Confines of Flattery’ by...

Triptych Productions’ The Confines of Flattery comprises three one-act plays, representing three different eras and styles. The connective tissue running through them is suggested by the...

Crosby, Stills & Nash at Wolf Trap by Mike Spain

The crowded parking lot, the sold out Filene Center, and the standing ovation Crosby, Stills & Nash received just for walking out on the...

‘The Fairy Tale Courtroom’ at The Elden Street Players by Julia...

The Elden Street Players Theatre for Young Audiences presents The Fairy Tale Courtroom, a humorous twist on the classic fairy tales written by Dana...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Cabaret XXX: Love the One...

Pinky Swear Productions' Cabaret XXX returns to the Capital Fringe Festival, this time to reveal their dirty little secret – that love isn’t so...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘I <3 Hummels' by Heather...

World Premiere plays are fascinating. Whether you’re an actor, director or designer, there’s something magical about being surrounded by a playwright’s words, knowing that...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Dead Man’s Mambo’ by John...

Philadelphia based OMBELICO Mask Ensemble is presenting the D.C. Premiere of Dead Man’s Mambo as part of the 2012 Capital Fringe Festival. Dead Man’s Mambo is a...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: WIT’s ‘I Confess’ by Rachel...

Washington Improv Theater’s ensemble iMusical: The Improvised Musical! invites you to explore the risks of keeping - or telling - the truth.  Will you dare...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Domino’s Pizza Saved My Life...

I’ll never forget Tuesday, September 2, 2008, the night that inspired me to write Domino’s Pizza Saved My Life. The Republican National Convention was...

Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Ecce’ by Lisa Horan

A Man, a Crucifix, and a Conscience: Ecce Provides Provocative Perspective on the Man Who Authorized Christ’s Death Sparing an innocent man’s life or sacrificing...

‘Romeo and Juliet’ at Laurel Mill Playhouse by Amanda Gunther

Two star-crossed lovers meet their fate in one of Shakespeare’s most recognizable and popularized tragedies as The Laurel Mill Playhouse presents Romeo & Juliet...