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Review: ‘A Chorus Line’ at Riverside Center for the Performing Arts

A Broadway musical about Broadway musicals—what could be better for theatre-lovers of all stripes? The iconic A Chorus Line truly fits the bill! It...

Riverside Center Welcomes One Singular Sensation with ‘A Chorus Line’

Riverside Center for the Performing Arts in Fredericksburg, Virginia is excited to be celebrating 20 years of bringing the best of Broadway in Virginia...

Review: ‘A Chorus Line’ at Compass Rose Theater

Compass Rose Theater’s production of A Chorus Line is an entertaining spectacle that also leaves audiences thinking. With music by Marvin Hamlisch, lyrics by...

Review: ‘A Chorus Line’ at Tantallon Community Players

Packed with pizazz, energy, and downright sizzle, A Chorus Line, as performed by Tantallon Community Players (TCP) and directed by Christopher Gerken, is the...

Review: ‘One Singular Sensation – A Celebration of the Music of...

One Singular Sensation, presented by Live Arts Maryland, was a loving tribute to the life and work of Broadway and film composer Marvin Hamlisch....

In the Moment: A Look at Jack Viertel’s “The Secret Life...

Revealing the concealed underpinnings and durable structures of American musicals is no easy undertaking. Let alone covering and analyzing the past seven decades of...

Review: ‘Kristin Chenoweth: Coming Home Tour’ at Strathmore

To paraphrase an old expression, “big talent can come in small packages!” This observation was never truer than when the diminutive musical superstar, Kristin...

A Talk with Michael Riedel on His Book ‘Razzle Dazzle’ by...

Michael Riedel, the theatre columnist for the New York Post and the co-host of the long running PBS show Theater Talk, sat with me...

An Interview with Broadway Music Director Ted Sperling on ‘An Evening...

What better place to celebrate the life and work of Marvin Hamlisch than right here in Washington? But the reasons for An Evening with the...

’65 Years of Broadway! The Best Musicals, Abridged’ at 2nd Star...

 Come to the Cabaret – 2nd Star style! 2nd Star Productions is hosting its 4th annual cabaret. This year’s theme was inspired by the Broadway shows that,...

Derek John Tatum: From DC to NYC and Back to Olney...

Derek John Tatum has been performing professionally for 10 years. Although he got his start in the DC theatre scene, he spent several years...

Meet the Cast of ‘Godspell’ at Olney Theatre Center: Part 2:...

In Part 2 of a series of interviews with the cast of Godspell at Olney Theatre Center, meet Kurt Boehm. Joel: Please introduce yourself and...

Pianist Thomas Pandolfi’s ‘One Singular Night’ at the Todd Performing Arts...

Standing alone on the stage of the Eastern Shore home of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, pianist Thomas Pandolfi joked that no orchestra was magically...

An Interview With Washington, DC Piano Sensation Thomas Pandolfi About Classical...

If Thomas Pandolfi hasn’t done all that a pianist can do to present an exceptionally broad range of music to an engaged public, he...

Meet the Cast of ‘Carousel’ at Catholic University: Part 1: Meet...

In Part 1 in a series of interviews with the cast of Carousel at Catholic University, meet Philip da Costa. Joel: Introduce yourself to our...

‘Into the Woods’ at Wildwood Summer Theatre

Wildwood Summer Theatre conquers Sondheim for their 49th annual summer season with Into the Woods. Wildwood is a youth-run summer theatre; everyone from the chair...

Wildwood Summer Theatre Presents ‘Into the Woods’ Tonight Through July...

From Brigadoon to Chicago to Pippin, Wildwood Summer Theatre has spent many summers producing a variety of musicals in the D.C. metro area. But...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘Rock the Warehouse’: Interviews with the Writer/Directors...

The Warehouse Theater seems to be the performance space that won't die. A main venue for the Capital Fringe Festival since its inception, it's...

Meet the Playwrights of Arena Stage’s ‘Playwrights’ Arena’: Part 2: Shawn...

The Playwrights’ Arena a new play initiative developed by the American Voices New Play Institute. Centering on a small collaborative group of local playwrights dedicated to...

It’s Magic! Meet the Cast of Reston Community Players’ ‘Xanadu’ Part...

Xanadu Opens March 7th  Reston Players’ Light-Hearted Cure for the Winter Blues Sick of the never-ending winter? Find your leg warmers, grab your roller skates, and...

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