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In the Moment: ‘A Little Night Music’ at Signature Theatre

Opening in 1973, A Little Night Music was part of the muscular turbulence of those well-remembered primal days of rage. Rage that bred inhaled...

Review: ‘A Little Night Music’ at Signature Theatre

If you are eager to get away from the turbulent news cycle, August humidity, annoying traffic, a mostly undone to-do list, disorder in your...

Review: ‘A Little Night Music’ at GWU

A Little Night Music might be classified as a gateway drug to Stephen Sondheim. Whether a fan or a skeptic, once you get a...

Meet the Cast of The Montgomery Playhouse’s ‘A Grand Night for...

In Part 2 of a series of interviews with the cast of A Grand Night for Singing at Montgomery Playhouse, meet Jennifer Georgia. Joel: Please introduce...

Meet the Cast of McLean Community Players’ ‘1776’: Part 1: Brent...

In Part 1 of a series of interviews with the cast of McLean Community Players' 1776, meet Brent Stone. Please introduce yourself and tell our readers where...

Barbara Cook’s Spotlight: Randy Graff at The Kennedy Center

Tony Award-winning (City of Angels) Broadway, concert, and cabaret artist Randy Graff dazzled the crowd Friday night at the Kennedy Center’s intimate Terrace Theater. Graff...

Meet the Director and Cast of ‘Calendar Girls’ at McLean Community...

In Part 3 of a series of interviews with The Playwright, Director, and cast of Calendar Girls at McLean Community Players meet Liz Weber. Tell our...

George Mason University’s Center for the Arts Announces 25th Anniversary Season...

Celebrating 25 years of bringing outstanding performing arts to George Mason University and audiences in the greater Washington, DC area, George Mason University’s Center...

‘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...

’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,...

‘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....

‘Natascia Diaz’ Presented by Strathmore by Douglas Lloyd

Natascia Diaz, a Washington area favorite and two-time Helen Hayes Award-winning actress/singer, made her Strathmore debut last night in winning style, as part of...

A New ‘A Little Night Music’ to Open at Damascus Theatre...

First things first: I LOVE A Little Night Music. Seriously. Purists may question that when they see Damascus Theatre Company’s production, opening in February. For this production,...

An Interview with Bruce Dow on Playing Pseudolus in ‘A Funny...

Bruce Dow is wowing DC audiences with his high-energy and funny performance of the slave Pseudolus in Shakespeare Theatre Company's production of A Funny Thing...

Melissa Errico at The Barns at Wolf Trap by Tiffany Draut

Melissa Errico, star of stage and screen, brought her fantastic cabaret act Melissa Errico: A Passion for Broadway to the Barns at Wolf Trap Saturday...

Special $15 Tickets to ‘Marry Me a Little’ at Creative Cauldron...

Creative Cauldron is offering DCMetroTheaterArts readers a $10.00 off discount this weekend to Marry Me a Little. "Marry Me a Little is one of the top...

‘Marry Me a Little’ at Creative Cauldron by Yvonne French

Dani Stoller and Lou Steele should go down in regional theater history as “Stoller and Steele” for Marry Me a Little. It is one...

Creative Cauldron’s 2013-2014 Season includes Sondheim’s ‘Marry Me a Little’...

With its fall kick off of the 2013-14 Season, Creative Cauldron celebrates the launch of its fifth year of programming at ArtSpace Falls Church....

Anne Kanengeiser on Playing Janna in ‘The Personal(s)’ at No Rules...

There are some performances that you just never forget and Anne Kanengeiser's performance as Fosca in Signature Theatre's Passion in 1996 is one I will...

‘A Whole Lot of Night Music at the WATCH Awards’ by...

When I was cast in The Arlington Players’ production of A Little Night Music last spring, I had been out of the DC theatre...

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