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Magic Time!: ‘How to Win a Race War’ at The Klunch

I know from my feminist antipornography activism that there is plenty of misogynist hate literature around. (The hard-core stuff is brutal, sadistic propaganda marketed...
Ned Read, Tony Greenberg, Will Low and Matty Griffiths in How to Win a Race War. Photo by Ryan Maxwell Photography.

Review: ‘How to Win a Race War’ at the Klunch

How To Win a Race War—a whopping 3-hour, 15-minute ordeal—indulges in the world of white supremacy, wheels and deals in astoundingly racist and horrifying...

Review: ‘Adult Entertainment’ by The Klunch at Caos on F

D.C. theater collective The Klunch’s mischievous production of Adult Entertainment tells the story of a group of four pornographic actors and one producer who...

Event: ‘MUCHO KLUNCHO TALENT SHOW a Parade of Raw Ridiculousness’ Presented by The Klunch

Opera singers, jugglers, tango dancers, strippers, puppets, and way more gather for the Mucho KlunchoTalent Show! An epic assemblage of talent, the likes of...

Review: ‘Laura Bush Killed a Guy’ at The Klunch

I didn't know that Laura Bush had killed a guy. It really had never crossed my mind. Well, after seeing Ian Allen's Laura Bush Killed a...

Magic Time!: ‘Laura Bush Killed a Guy’ at The Klunch

Who'da thunk that our current administration's dysfunction would prompt nostalgia for our eight years worth of W.? But that indeed is the curious takeaway...

Review: ‘The Last Class: A Jazzercise Play’ at The Klunch

Practice your “Diva Pose” and head down to The Last Class: A Jazzercise Play before it’s too late! The Klunch presents this production by Dodo...

Meet Amy Staats from ‘The Last Class: A Jazzercize Play’ Tonight Through Sunday at...

Amy Staats plays MJ in The Last Class: A Jazzercize Play, playing tonight through Sunday at The Klunch performing at The Capital Fringe's Trinidad Theatre. Joel:...

Meet Playwright Megan Hill from ‘The Last Class: A Jazzercize Play’ Tonight Through Sunday...

Megan Hill is not only the playwright of The Last Class: A Jazzercize Play, but she gets a real workout playing the Instructor this weekend...

‘George is Dead’ at The Klunch (Review #2)

Elaine May's George is Dead is a brutally funny, wincingly and wickedly unsympathetic depiction of life among the social classes in our Late Capitalist era,...

‘George is Dead’ at The Klunch

The Klunch, a newly formed theater company launched by Ian Allen, former artistic director of Cherry Red Productions,  inaugurated its first season with the...

Meet the Cast of ‘George is Dead’ at The Klunch: Part 3: Kerri Rambow

In Part 3 of a series of interviews with the cast of George is Dead, meet Kerri Rambow: Joel: Please tell our readers where they may have...

Meet the Cast of ‘George is Dead’ at The Klunch: Part 2: Fiona Blackshaw

In Part 2 of a series of interviews with the cast of George is Dead, meet Fiona Blackshaw. Joel: Please tell our readers where they may...

Meet the Cast of ‘George is Dead’ at The Klunch: Part 1: John Tweel

In Part 1 of a series of interviews with the cast of George is Dead at The Klunch, meet John Tweel. Joel: Please tell our readers...

Ian Allen’s ‘The Klunch’ Opens its 1st Production: ‘George is Dead’ This Thursday, 12/3...

CHERRY RED PRODUCTIONS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR IAN ALLEN FOUNDS “THE KLUNCH” A NEW THEATER COLLECTIVE OPENS ITS FIRST PRODUCTION: ELAINE MAY’S GEORGE IS DEAD AT DC ARTS CENTER THURSDAY, DECEMBER...

Ian Allen Founds New Theater Company: ‘The Klunch’ and Announces 1st Production: ‘George is...

CHERRY RED PRODUCTIONS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR IAN ALLEN FOUNDS “THE KLUNCH” A NEW THEATER COLLECTIVE FIRST PRODUCTION TO BE THE DC PREMIERE OF ELAINE MAY’S GEORGE IS...

Virtual reading of one-acts by Ukrainian playwrights under siege to be presented by Voices...

Part of a worldwide project to bear witness through theater to the horrors of Putin’s war.

The vision and resurrection of Studio Acting Conservatory

 When Joy Zinoman—the doyenne of DC theater and founder of Studio Acting Conservatory—describes the training center’s new home as a "sacred place," she’s not...

Theatre Week Is Just a Few Weeks Away

WASHINGTON, DC – August 14 – theatreWashington today announced plans for Theatre Week 2018, a three-week celebration that will offer $15 and $35 tickets to over 20...

Review: ‘Laura Bush Killed a Guy’ at The Flea Theater

Yes, she really did, and Washington DC-based theater collective The Klunch brings its acclaimed original production of Laura Bush Killed a Guy, keenly written...