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Spine: ‘The Margins’ at Molotov Theatre Group by Robert Michael Oliver

David Skeele's The Margins opened this Saturday at Adams Morgan's DCAC with its own brand of intimate terror. Take the small theatre -- and I...

‘The Margins’ at Molotov Theatre Group by John Stoltenberg

There be eerie goings-on inside the DC Arts Center black box where Molotov Theatre Group is staging a spell-binder of a show about a...

‘The Nemo Effect and Music for Grand Guignol Theatre: Horror, Horror...

Horror is one of my favorite genres to compose music for. It is always an exciting challenge to compose something that the audience not...

Directing Molotov’s ‘The Margins’ – The Rules (?) of the Ghost...

I’ve wanted to direct a thriller for years, so I jumped at the chance to direct Molotov Theatre Group’s upcoming production of The Margins...

Do You Believe in Ghosts? An Explanation of the Horror Behind...

What do you think happens when ghosts “appear”? Is it actual contact, the influence of people around you, or just tricks of the mind...

The “Nightfall” Girl with Many Hats (and Faces) By Jen...

When Molotov Theatre Group’s founder Alex Zavistovich first mentioned Nightfall with Edgar Allen Poe (onstage at DCAC now through December 7th) to me, I knew...

‘Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe’ at Molotov Theatre Group

Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe is an adaptation of four of Poe's better known tales of horror: The Raven, The Fall of the House...

Molotov’s “Nightfall” Picks Up Where “Normal” Left Off – And Then...

If you liked Molotov Theatre Group’s Helen Hayes Awards Recommended © production of Normal, you’ll love Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe by Eric Coble....

‘Hope Operas’ Week One at the Comedy Spot

Back in the ‘30s they called ‘em Cliffhangers. They were weekly serials that played before a main feature at the movies. They turned into...

‘God of Carnage’ at Silver Spring Stage

God of Carnage, originally Le Dieu du Carnage, was written by famed Art playwright Yasmina Reza (ART), and was  first produced in 2006. After...

Civility Gets Smacked in the Mouth: ‘God of Carnage’ Opens September...

If you’re looking for a laid-back get-together with easy-going friends, the foursome of Veronica, Michael, Annette, and Alan might not be your first choice....

Capital Fringe 2014 ‘Saving Private Poo’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) “As soon as I saw you, I knew a grand adventure was about to happen.” – A.A. Milne, Winnie the Pooh....

‘Morning, Miranda’ at Doorway Arts Ensemble

When life’s daily routine is interrupted by the death of an estranged parent or relative, it’s like being forced to acknowledge the scattered pieces...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘R.U.R.’ (Rossum’s Universal Robots) by Grace Kim

Leave it up to humankind to dream up of ways to improve life only to find that improvement biting them in the ass. In R.U.R....

Landless Theatre Company’s Third Annual Mashup Festival: ‘Re-Animated Edition’ by Amanda...

Landless Theatre Company’s Third Annual Mashup Festival brought two teams of super creative genius together to form one long running festival of hilarity and...

FallFringe Review: ‘R.U.X.’ (Rockwell’s Universal seXbots) by Cyle Durkee

Robot Sex. Perfect Fringe show, right? You would think so. And it almost is. R.U.X. is about an embattled businessman named Rockwell. Rockwell Jr....

‘R.U.X.’ is back at FallFringe by Maurice Martin

The idea that a person might have sex with a robot came my way via the movie Westworld. Michael Crichton wrote that story about...

‘Trespassing’ at Ambassador Theater by Jessica Vaughan

Ambassador Theater takes on trespassers and unexpected visitors with two madcap one-acts by Egyptian playwright Alfred Farag. The first, The Visitor, tells the story of an actress...

Capital Fringe Review: R.U.X. (Rockwell’s Universal SeXbots) by Ally Jenkins

Originally produced as a serial play as part of the 2011 Hope Operas, an annual charity event, R.U.X. has remounted for this year's Fringe...

Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: “R.U.X.” by Maurice Martin

The idea that a person might have sex with a robot came my way via the movie Westworld. Michael Crichton wrote that story about...

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