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Review: ‘The Veils’ at Nu Sass Productions (Women’s Voices Theater Festival)

Written by Hope Villanueva, The Veils explores the dualities of identity and traverses the delicate terrain of PTSD. This show, produced by Nu Sass...

Review: ‘What Men Don’t Say’ at Anacostia Arts Center

J Weeks Entertainment’s What Men Don’t Say, starring and directed by J the Actor and written by Mone’t Bradley, is a mini-tour de force...

Magic Time! A Report on ’24/7′ at African-American Collective Theater

For the 24th year, the African-American Collective Theater marked DC Black Pride Weekend with readings of seven short plays, collectively titled 24/7, all written and...

Magic Time! An Interview With Kieyontaye D. Johnson-Carter, Author of ‘Love...

When I first saw Love in Time of HIV in May 2012, I was deeply impressed. Giving voice to a young generation’s encounter with...

‘Bug’ Opens on October 8th at SeeNoSun OnStage

SeeNoSun OnStage Presents Another Chilling Play by Tracy Letts SeeNoSun OnStage will open a four-week run of Bug, Tracy Letts’ tale of love, loss and government conspiracy on October 8th,...

‘code name: Cynthia’ at Pallas Theatre Collective

Stephen Sondheim would do well to watch his back. Pallas Theatre Collective has just mounted a new musical, code name: Cynthia, that is just...

A New Spy Musical Ready to Seduce DC Audiences at Pallas...

Summer 2015 is turning out to be the season of original musicals making their premieres with Washington area theaters. One of the most anticipated...

‘Finally Quiet in My Head’ at DC Black Theatre Festival 2015...

Two humans in St. Elizabeth’s psychiatric hospital in SE Washington DC who deny that their existence is defined solely by the label ‘crazy.' One...

‘Closet Land’ at Factory 449 at The Anacostia Arts Center (Review)...

Closet Land is certainly haunting. There was no shelter from this play’s unremitting psychological ferocity and physical fierceness of political D/s (Dominance and submission). Over...

Meet the Cast of ‘Nunsense’ at Wolf Pack Theatre Company: Part...

In Part 5 of a series of interviews with the cast of Nunsense at Wolf Pack Theatre Company, meet Jamie Crowne. Joel: Please introduce yourself and tell us where...

Announcing Pallas Theatre Collective’s Fifth Season by Caroline Brent

Tickets are now on sale for Pallas Theatre Collective's fifth season, titled A Season of Washington – A Season of Women. Each work this season focuses...

‘The Amish Project’ at Factory 449

Shooting sprees have become commonplace in our media consumption. Nowadays breaking news of yet another gunman and his multiple victims (the shooters are always...

Allyson M. Lewis Performs ‘WORDZ’ on Friday & Saturday, November 1...

WORDZ is a spoken word stage play that speaks on Love, Hip-Hop, Spirituality, and Resistance. This play flows in poetry, music, and movement. Playing on November...

Final Weekend for 2013 DC Shorts Film Festival and Screenplay Competition...

The art of short films and screening short cinema has been perfected by the DC Shorts Film Festival and Festival Founder and Director Jon...

‘Ass Chronicles’ at DC Black Theatre Festival by Yvonne French

Ass Chronicles is a booty call and a call to booty power. Playwright Empress Joyner was inspired by The Vagina Monologues, for which she was...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ