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Magic Time! ‘Arguing with God’ at Woman’s National Democratic Club

Always on the lookout for provocative theater in improbable places, I went to the one-night-only DC premiere of a politically edgy and surprisingly funny...

Review: ‘Children of Eden’ at Damascus Theatre Company

Parent-child relationships have been a perennial issue throughout history, even “In the Beginning.” Damascus Theatre Company’s production of Children of Eden takes the audience...

Review: ‘Young Frankenstein’ at Silhouette Stages

Silhouette Stages has a remarkable production of Young Frankenstein that is so dynamic, audience members kept checking the program to make sure they weren’t...

Review: ‘As You Like It’ at Lantern Theater Company in Philadelphia

As far as plays go, As You Like It has a little bit of everything. Shakespeare’s pastoral comedy brings us death, weddings, country shenanigans,...

Review: ‘Children of Eden’ at Young Artists of America at Strathmore

Young Artists of America at Strathmore (YAA) brilliantly performed Children of Eden the afternoon of March 13, 2016 at The Music Center at Strathmore. Children...

In the Moment: A Look at Synetic Theater’s ‘As You Like...

Synetic Theater continues to winningly upend The Bard’s canon with its 12th production in the speechless, though far from silent, series that had its start...

‘As You Like It’ at Synetic Theater

Synetic Theater’s As You Like It is what W.H. Auden called an “inverted pastoral”—the outlaw theme of Shakespeare’s play is enhanced by the transformation...

‘The Shape of Things’ at Maryland Ensemble Theatre

The Shape of Things, written by Neil LaBute and exceptionally directed by Steve Custer, is a brutally honest look at our modern roles in...

Noah Chiet on Performing in ‘One in the Chamber’ at The...

Noah Chiet talks about playing Adam in the critically acclaimed One in the Chamber, now playing at The Mead Theatre Lab. Joel: When did you first get...

‘One in the Chamber’ at The Mead Theatre Lab

The authenticity and specificity of Katie Sullivan's scenic and properties design for One in the Chamber could qualify it as a character in this...

‘Choking Out the Kudzu’ at The Greenbelt Arts Center

In the program notes for Choking Out the Kudzu: The Musical, Director Billie Colombaro says that this show began its journey into being back...

‘Children of Eden’ at 2nd Star Productions

Am I on the Great White Way or am I really sitting in a theater in Bowie, MD? This is what I was thinking...

Source Festival Review: ‘A Bid to Save the World’

Summer is theater festival season in DC and first up is CulturalDC’s Source Festival, now in its seventh year. Each year the festival is built...

‘Children of Eden in Concert’ at The Kennedy Center

Nothing quite gets my juices going quite like a Stephen Schwartz musical. Wicked. Godspell. Pippin. But, combine a Stephen Schwartz musical with some of...

‘The Creation of the World and Other Business’ at Off The...

The future can be no more turned away than light flowing off the moon, and a brand new company is making its first stage-play...

‘Next Fall’ at Port City Playhouse by Carl Nubile

You can't get more intimate theater than at Port City Playhouse with their production of Next Fall. The very personal story of a tragic relationship...

‘Back to Methuselah’ at Washington Stage Guild by Amanda Gunther

If imagination is the beginning of creation, imagine a world where human beings could choose the length of their lives, creating for themselves an...

‘Miss Nelson is Missing’ at Adventure Theatre MTC by Julia L....

Adventure Theatre MTC presents a musical version of Miss Nelson is Missing, based on the beloved children's books by Harry Allard and directed by...

Magic Time! ‘Miss Nelson is Missing’ by John Stoltenberg

I had not been to kid’s theater since I was a kid. As an inveterate theater buff, I was dimly aware there was much...

Film Review: ‘Thanks for Sharing’ by Leslie Weisman

“Thanks for sharing,” most commonly considered a wry reply to one who’s just told you something you really didn’t need to know, is both...

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