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‘Ruined’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre by Amanda Gunther

The Pulitzer Prize-winning play Ruined by acclaimed playwright Lynn Nottage comes to life on the stage of Fells Point Corner Theatre as the final...

‘The Taming of the Shrew’ at Folger Theatre by Julia L....

Folger Theatre presents William Shakespeare’s classic comedy The Taming of the Shrew, drawing inspiration and influence from the Wild West, circa 1880. Esteemed director...

‘Women of the Blues’ at Creative Cauldron by Amanda Gunther

A new sound is sliding its way into town as Creative Cauldron presents Women Of The Blues. An original blues review featuring those melancholy melodies from the...

‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream…in Metropolis’ at Lumina Studio Theatre by Jessica...

For those expecting to see Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Lumina Studio Theatre's  100th production - A Midsummer Night's Dream...in Metropolis might come as a...

‘Annual Pops Concert’ at University of Maryland by Tiffany Draut

In general, Pops Concerts are a refreshing change of pace from the usual classical fare of orchestras and bands, and tonight was no exception....

‘Rooms: A Rock Romance’ at Kensington Arts Theatre by Mariya Danilenko

Kensington Arts Theatre's production of Paul Scott Goodman's Scottish rock musical Rooms: A Rock Romance features a thrillingly gorgeous score by Paul Scott Goodman...

‘Urinetown: The Musical’ at The Arts Collective at Howard Community College...

It’s the oldest story, the masses are oppressed, faces, clothes, and bladders are distressed. Where could such a thing happen? Why The Arts Collective...

‘The Little Foxes’ at Rockville Little Theatre by ZSun-nee Matema

One thing is for sure Community Theater has definitely come of age. The Little Foxes by Lillian Hellman, now playing at Rockville Little Theatre through...

Barbara Cook’s Spotlight: Aaron Lazar by David Friscic

Broadway star, Aaron Lazar (Phantom of the Opera, revivals of Les Miserables and A Little Night Music) casually sauntered into the Kennedy Center's Terrace Theater...

‘Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me’ at Port City Playhouse by Erica...

It’s not everyday that a play can take you into the tortured minds of three political prisoners, but the Port City Playhouse presentation of...

‘The Big Meal’ at The Studio Theatre by Don Mike Mendoza

One of the most important things a family unit can share is a meal around a table together, and The Studio Theatre’s production of...

‘Five Little Monkeys’ at Adventure Theatre MTC by Julia L. Exline

Adventure Theatre MTC presents Five Little Monkeys, a wacky production based on the beloved children’s book by Eileen Christelow. Karin Abromaitis directs this energy-packed...

Tonys Honor DC Theater: Regional Award to Shakespeare Theatre Company &...

It was a great day for DC theater as The Tony Award nominations were announced this morning in NYC. Shakespeare Theatre Company will be receiving The Regional...

Glass Mind Theatre’s Third Season by Andrew Peters

Artistic Director Andrew Peters unveils Baltimore's Glass Mind Theatre's Third Season schedule. As a young company, this third season is crucial. We believe in creating a...

‘Dionne Warwick’ at The Music Center at Strathmore’s 2012 Spring Gala...

The incomparable Dionne Warwick came to town on Saturday, April 21, 2012, to headline the 2012 Spring Gala concert at Strathmore. She was a...

‘Nabucco’ at the Washington National Opera by Simon Chin

Verdi’s chorus “Va, pensiero,” from his early opera Nabucco, is a piece that lives on as much in Italian national mythology as in the...

‘Oliver!’ at Compass Rose Studio Theater by Amanda Gunther

Compass Rose Studio Theater’s inaugural season ends with a fabulous and intimate production of the musical Oliver! The classic musical tale of the orphan boy...

Report on The Philadelphia ‘Center City Jazz Festival’ by Darlene Olsen

Local Philadelphia trombonist with fresh vision creates inaugural Center City Jazz Festival on April 28, 2012 Out of Philadelphia, the melting pot of music styles came...

‘Playhouse Puppetry Slam!’ at The Puppet Co. by Julia L. Exline

On April 28, 2012, The Puppet Co. Playhouse hosted a Puppetry Slam!, where puppeteers, both amateur and polished, converged from all over the east...

‘Wives and Wits’ at Washington Stage Guild by Amanda Gunther

Domestic felicity can make people blissfully idiotic and there is no greater a display of such jovial nonsense then in the Washington Stage Guild’s...