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Review: ‘JACK and Phil, Slayers of Giants, INC’ at Imagination Stage

There’s no doubt that you have heard the tale of Jack and the Beanstalk, but have you ever heard of JACK and Phil, Slayers...

‘Shear Madness’ at The Kennedy Center

Even prior to the opening of Shear Madness, the audience is drawn into the world of the play. A realistic set is built on the...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Marriage, Lizards and Love’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) The Capital Fringe festival is a remarkable venue where artists can show off and experiment with new work, playwright Jean...

Source Festival: ‘Revenge: Six 10-Minute Plays’

Someone once said “revenge is sweet.” In the case of CulturalDC’s Source Festival show Revenge, not only is revenge sweet, but it is hilarious,...

‘The Wonderful World of Dissocia’ at Theater Alliance

If you like great acting and want to know what it must be like to be mentally ill and to suffer from Dissociative Identity Disorder, go...

Magic Time! Keegan Theatre’s ‘A Few Good Men’ by John Stoltenberg

Exploding onstage like a fusillade of biting wit and badinage, A Few Good Men is getting a crackling-good production that makes this power-packed 1991 play feel...

2013 Capital Fringe Preview: ‘One Night in New York!’ by Alyssa...

New Musical to Appear at Capital Fringe Festival One Night in New York! cannot wait to make its world premiere at this year’s Capital Fringe...

Source Festival: ‘Momentum, Interrupted’ (Artistic Blind Dates) by Nicole Cusick

Source Festival is well underway and one of the unique events of the festival are the “Artistic Blind Dates.” The first of these performances...

Open Call Audition on May 4th & 5th for Capital Fringe...

OPEN CALL AUDITION: By Eric Tipler Directed and Choreographed by Craig Cipollini Presented by Belle Époque Productions and the New Musical Foundation as a part of...

‘Body Awareness’ at Theater J by Anne Tsang

Theater J is starting its 2012-2013 “This is Who We Are” season with the captivating, poignant, and humorous Body Awareness by Annie Baker. Body Awareness,...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Jesus Le Momo’ by Don Michael Mendoza

JR Foley's play Jesus Le Momo is an exciting 50 minutes of a wild ride through the story of a wife and husband's prayer meeting interrupted...

Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: “JESUS le MOMO” by JR...

In 1948, Antonin Artaud, French poet, playwright, actor, dies of an overdose of chloral hydrate – only months after release from the insane asylum...

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