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Equus Artwork, courtesy of The Forge Theatre.

Review: ‘Equus’ at The Forge Theatre

Theatergoers of the 1970s will remember Peter Shaffer’s Equus as the ultimate phantasmagorical theater ride. The revolving stage, the omnipresent stage smoke, the blasting music, and the eight-foot-tall dancing horses were all used to thrust us inside the mind of a troubled young stable boy who had blinded six beautiful horses. The production at The Forge […]

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John Stoltenberg Interviews John Stoltenberg About His Play ‘Love Godfrey / Love George’ That Has a Free Reading on May 3rd @ 2 PM

A play by contributing writer John Stoltenberg will have a staged reading Sunday, May 3, 2015, at 2:00 pm at the MLK Library. John sat down with himself to pick his brain about it. John: Readers of DCMetroTheaterArts know you as a writer about theater, not a writer for theater. What’s up with that? John: […]

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