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Review: ‘Songs for a New World’ at Spotlighters Theatre

It’s about one moment – the moment before it all becomes clear. Jason Robert Brown succinctly sums up his own production in this line...

Review: ‘Night, Mother at the Strand Theater

In his classic acting guidebook Audition, Michael Shurtleff observed, “A murderer kills just one. A suicide kills the whole world.” Marsha Norman acknowledges as...

Review: ‘She Kills Monsters’ at Spotlighters

“My party is a leather-clad dominatrix and an Elvin supermodel?” Shimmy into your chainmail and grab a broadsword, there’s an awesome campaign starting at Audrey...

Review: ‘The Women’ at Spotlighters Theatre

Fangs for the Memories The Women by Clare Booth Luce, which opened on Broadway Christmas week in 1936 after its premiere in Philadelphia three weeks...

Review: ‘The Three Penny Opera’ at Spotlighters Theatre

Ever-willing to mount bold musicals with large casts you’d never expect to see in such an intimate, cozy space (remember last year’s gorgeous Evita?),...

Review: ‘DAS BARBECÜ’ at Spotlighters Theatre

DAS BARBECÜ, as directed by Greg Bell, and with Book and Lyrics by Jim Luigs, was a rousing and at times, funny-bone-breaking re-telling of...

Review: ‘Snow White’ at The Heritage Players

The Heritage Players of Catonsville, MD have created a wonderful production of Snow White, the classic fairytale with a young beauty, an evil Queen,...

Review: ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie’ at The Heritage Players

Thoroughly Modern Millie, a tale of a “modern” gal from small-town America who takes on the business and social world of big-city New York,...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #7: Best Performances in a Play in...

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts is honored to announce that their 2015 Best Performances in a Play in Community Theatres go to: Best Actor in a...

Meet the Cast of Laurel Mill Playhouse’s ‘Sweeney Todd’ Part 1:...

In Part I of a series of interviews with the director and cast of Laurel Mill Playhouse's Sweeney Todd meet Director TJ Lukacsina. Joel: Please introduce...

‘The Pretties’ at Glass Mind Theatre

The Pretties, written by Ann Turiano, and directed by Lynn Morton, is a retelling of Aeschylus' ancient trilogy, The Oresteia. The Oresteia tells the story of...

‘Really Rosie’ at The Heritage Players

Heritage Players is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year, and so is its newest production, Really Rosie, which is directed by Stuart C. Kazanow. Written by...

‘The Well of Horniness’ at Iron Crow Theatre

Go ahead. It’s okay to scream with laughter and stomp your feet. Though short by Shakespearean standards, this play is howlingly funny as it exploits...

‘Rumors’ at The Heritage Players

The Heritage Players' uproarious production of the farce Rumors is written by Neil Simon. Yes, the word farce and Neil Simon usually don’t go together, but if...

‘Public Affairs’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

Fells Point Corner Theatre presents a wonderful production of A.R. Gurney's Public Affairs, which encompasses two of his one act plays - The Love Course...

‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum’ at...

It’s a pretty little picture: three houses each alike in dignity— wait, wrong play. Tragedy tomorrow, comedy tonight! And comedy is what you’re getting...

‘Deathtrap’ at The Heritage Players by Amanda Gunther

A play to die for. Or maybe to kill for, so you be the judge as The Heritage Players continue the autumn leg of...

‘Love Loss and What I Wore’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre...

We all look sexy in black. Does this make me look fat? What was I thinking when I bought this? You’re wearing that? We’ve...

‘Fiddler on the Roof’ at 2nd Star Productions by Kim Moeller

There's a fantastic cart-dragging, cow-milking, heartwarming Tevye at The Bowie Playhouse in 2nd Star Production's production of Fiddler on the Roof. Local favorite Fred Nelson...

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