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Review: ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum’...

The classic musical farce, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum, book by Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart with music and...

Review: ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum’...

Want to make one of the zaniest shows of all time even zanier? Just add Frank Ferrante. Ferrante has directed the Walnut’s new production of...

Review: Aaron Tveit at The Barns at Wolf Trap

Aaron Tveit returns to his Broadway roots on Saturday evening during his debut at the Wolf Trap. Tveit (Next to Normal, Grease Live!) has...

Meet the Three Young Actors in ‘Watch on the Rhine’ at...

Ethan Miller makes his Arena Stage debut playing one of the three children in Lillian Hellman’s 1941 drama Watch on the Rhine. It’s not...

Review #2: ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the...

American University’s Greenberg Theatre performed a hilariously funny ancient Roman farce, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum. With music and...

Review: ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum’...

A funny thing happens on the way out of American University’s fabulous new production of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the...

Review: ‘Fully Committed’ at The Lyceum Theatre in NYC

As  I gleefully watched Jesse Tyler Ferguson's brilliant tour de force performance in this one man telephone marathon called Fully Committed, I pictured him...

Aaron De Jesus on Playing Frankie Valli in ‘Jersey Boys’ at...

Aaron De Jesus is wowing audiences on the road with his vocal acrobatics as the legendary Frankie Valli in The National Tour of Jersey Boys. Aaron...

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...

Interviews With the Cast and Director of Kensington Arts Theatre’s ‘The...

In Part 5 of a series of interviews with the Director and cast of Kensington Arts Theatre’s The Laramie Project, meet Francisco Borja. Joel: Please...

Meet the Cast of Reston Community Players’ ‘Master Class’: Part 2:...

Here is Part 2 of a series of interviews with the director, producer, and cast of Reston Community Players' production of Terrence McNally’s Master Class. Meet...

The Long View: ‘How ‘Romeo and Juliet’ was Re-written over 50...

Yes, Virginia -- and DC and Maryland also -- this West Side Story is Real. A Real Masterpiece. Even more, perhaps a Christmas miracle, in Shirlington...

Jeff Coon at The Arden Cabaret Series

Jeff Coon, a familiar and dependable face on Philadelphia stages for two decades, returned this weekend to the Arden Theatre, a company where he’s...

Meet the Cast of ‘Spamalot’ at The Port Tobacco Players‏: Part...

In Part 6 of a series of interviews with the cast of The Port Tobacco Players’ Spamalot, meet Brian Merritt. Tell our readers where they...

‘Simply Sondheim’ at Signature Theatre

Including everything from Sunday in the Park with George to Company to Into the Woods and everything in between, the work of  has graced...

‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ at Arts Collective @HCC

The legendary classic story of nice guy George Bailey in It’s a Wonderful Life, comes to life on stage at Arts Collective at Howard...

Arts Collective @ HCC’s ‘It’s a Wonderful Life’ Interviews Part 2:...

In James W. Rodger’s play adaptation of the Frank Capra film, It’s a Wonderful Life, you have the confluence of many generations from little...

‘You’re Gonna Love Tomorrrow’ at the Red Branch Theatre Company

Musical theater doesn’t get more challenging than Stephen Sondheim — for audiences and performers alike. So hurrah for Columbia’s fearless Red Branch Theatre Co....

5 Top Scene Stealers of the Week-Week Ending 6/13/14

Here are our 6  (We have a tie) Top Scene Stealers for the week ending June 13, 2014. Congrats to all our honorees!  A Special Scene Stealer...

‘Bastianello & Lucrezia’ at Urban Arias

Beautifully sung, hilariously acted, perfectly directed, brilliantly composed (John Musto for Bastianello and William Bolcom for Lucrezio), cleverly written (both by Mark Campbell)- these are just...

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