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Dramaturg Becomes Playwright with The Welders ‘In This Hope: A Pericles...

The DC playwright collective The Welders bills itself as “the only playwright collective devoted exclusively to developing and producing new work.” When the second...

Review: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ at Riverside Center for the Performing...

Riverside Center for the Performing Arts presents Disney's Beauty and the Beast, with music by Alan Menken, lyrics by Howard Ashman and Time Rice,...

Review: ‘Beetlejuice’ at the National Theatre

You can’t miss Betelgeuse. A star in the constellation Orion, this supergiant is red as flame and one of the 10 brightest stars in...

Review: ‘Cabaret’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company

Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s production of Kander and Ebb’s classic Cabaret is an intimate experience, with wonderful singing and choreography. Based on Christopher Isherwood’s stories,...

Review: ‘Cinderella’ at Imagination Stage

Full disclosure: I love fairy tales. All of them. I always have, despite also being a girl who asked myself one day why Rapunzel...

Review: ‘Peter Pan and Wendy’ at Creative Cauldron

Children’s theatre is almost always adorable but not necessarily a place where you will see fantastic performances. Peter Pan and Wendy at Creative Cauldron...

Review: ’50 Shades of Gay’ at The Charm City Fringe Festival

By Kylie Miller Fringe Festivals are a great platform for shows that push boundaries and challenge the norm. 50 Shades of Gay does exactly that....

Review: ‘NURSE!’ at The Charm City Fringe Festival

Lisa Hayes brings one of her acclaimed one-woman shows to Baltimore with NURSE!, a compelling story of a labor strike from a variety of...

Review: ‘Dracula’ at We Happy Few

Halloween may be over, but the horror season is still in full swing. We Happy Few Theatre Company invites you to “listen to the...

Review: ‘Can’t Pay, Won’t Pay!’ at Nu Sass Productions

Nobel laureate Dario Fo's Can't Pay, Won't Pay! (one of several English language renderings of the original title, Non Si Paga! Non Si Paga!)...

Review: ‘Un-a-parent’ at The Charm City Fringe Festival

By Kylie Miller The play on words of the show’s title, Un-a-parent, perfectly sets up this comedic solo show. The life experiences of Joe Minchik,...

Review: ‘Things That Are Round’ at Rep Stage

The mental province that stretches from magical thinking to ordinary self-delusion is given a new survey in Callie Kimball’s Things That Are Round, now...

Review: ‘The Barber of Seville’ by Annapolis Opera at Maryland Hall...

Annapolis Opera’s production of The Barber of Seville is a hilarious spectacle of a show. Directed by Braxton Peters, with Artistic Director Ronald J....

Seventh Annual Charm City Fringe Festival – How to Fringe 2018

What is Fringe? Today begins the Seventh Annual Charm City Fringe Festival, a celebration of new and emerging independent theatre that will continue through November...

Review: ‘King of the Yees’ at Baltimore Center Stage

“You don’t have use? You don’t have power? They will erase you from your own story.” -Larry Yee Lauren Yee has a problem. And it’s kind of a...

Review: ‘Anastasia’ at The Kennedy Center

Will you be swept up into the legend of Anastasia, the youngest daughter of Nicholas II, the last Emperor of Russia? When her family...

Review: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ at Georgetown University

Last night I had the pleasure of visiting a 167-year-old drama society. Georgetown University’s Mask and Bauble Dramatic Society was established in 1852, making...

Review: ‘King John’ at Folger Theatre

King John is so rarely performed (indeed, it's been a decade since I last saw it staged) that the current Aaron Posner-directed production at...

Seventh Annual Charm City Fringe Festival: What to See and Where...

The Seventh Annual Charm City Fringe Festival is taking place in the Bromo Arts District from November 1 through November 11, 2018. Here's a...

Review: ‘Venus in Fur’ at 4615 Theatre Company

One of the most remarkable things about D.C. theater is its abundance of good plays, professionally produced and performed, yet often staged in places...

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