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2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Quantum Suicide: A Talk by Professor Sophie...

You don’t have to understand quantum mechanics – or even elementary physics – to follow Quantum Suicide: A Talk by Professor Sophie Miller, the...

Review: ‘Glengarry Glen Ross’ at Ghostlight Players and Clifton’s Got Drama...

Soaring performances in Glengarry Glen Ross As with most not-for-profit theatre, the richness is in the performances.  With Glengarry Glen Ross, we are rich indeed....

Review: ‘Tragical History of Doctor Faustus’ at Clifton’s Got Drama

Ever hear the term "Faustian Bargain"? Well - this is the origin of the story. Plunge the depths of the human soul. Explore morality through...

‘Shutter’ at The Alliance Theatre

In a house of Southern discomfort past history and brokenness is finally brought to the family dinner table after nearly 40 years. Shutter by...

Leslie Anne Ross’ ‘Shutter’ Opens Tomorrow Night at The Alliance Theatre...

Shutter - Play Background and Synopsis Shutter, written by local playwright Leslie Anne Ross, was originally written over 20 years ago - but many of the...

‘The Meeting’ at Clifton Town Hall

“Hello - my name is  …  and I am an alcoholic.” These powerful words reverberated in the Clifton Town Hall as myself (and I am...

THE BEST OF 2013: ‘Favorite Supporting Actor and Actress in a...

It’s that time of the year when everyone makes their list of favorites, and the staff of DCMetroTheaterArts, have selected their favorites of 2013....

Preparing for Extremities-Part 3:-Rape Culture – We’ve Come a Long Way...

The first time I read Extremities I kind of fell in love with it. It’s always difficult to find truly interesting characters written for women....

Preparing for Extremities-Part 2: How I Achieved Quiet Comic Relief by...

Playing Terry in Molotov Theatre Group’s Extremities is a challenge for two reasons. First, Terry is very often told to shut up. She mostly sits...

‘Extremities’ at Molotov Theatre Group by John Stoltenberg

There’s dramatic tension—and then there’s traumatic tension. Molotov Theatre Group’s absolutely riveting production of Extremities—William Matrosimone’s wicked good play about a wicked rape attempt—delivers a sustained electric...

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Extreme Savings for Extremities — A 40% Discount For DCMTA Readers! dcmetrotheatrearts.com readers can save 40 percent off the ticket price for the opening  weekend of...

Preparing for ‘Extremities’: What I Learned by Being Hogtied, Blindfolded and...

The best qualities an actor can have (besides being real in the moment) are physical specificity, stillness and body confidence. It’s not for nothing...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Mme. Macbeth’ by Anne Tsang

When you hear that a theater company is performing Shakespeare’s Macbeth, you probably think to yourself “Oh yea…I know Macbeth. How will this be...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Mme. Macbeth’ by Timothy King

King’s Players presents Mme. Macbeth, a new perspective on a classic.  Walking down 7th Street NW, heading from a performance of Georgetown Theatre Company’s Night of...

‘The Socky Horror Puppet Show’ at Nu Sass Productions by Justin...

Sing it with me! “It's time to play the music / It's time to light the lights...” Oh, no, wait. That's those other singing...

‘Socky Horror Puppet Show’ Presented by Nu Sass Productions This Friday-Sunday...

The second installment of the Sock Puppet Series is here. After an amazing reception for Into the Woods: In Concert last year, NU SASS has decided...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘In the Company of De Sade’ by Amanda...

In The Company of De Sade presented by the King’s Players at the 2012 Capital Fringe Festival is the show to see if you...

Coming to The Capital Fringe Festival: ‘In the Company of de...

Fringe.  De Sade.  Redrum.  It’s a match made in heaven.  Or hell. After appearing in four Fringe shows, I decided to go out on a...

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