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Review: ‘Assassins’ at Pallas Theatre Collective

This season for whatever reason—and far be it from me to speculate—three theater companies in the nation's capital are presenting Stephen Sondheim's tunefully insolent...

Review: ‘King Lear’ at George Washington University

Director Leslie Jacobson has book-ended Shakespeare’s dark tragedy King Lear with lyrical and lovingly-lit tableaux of the mad king’s court as if in a...

Review: ‘Fringe POP [Performance over Projection]’ at Capital Fringe-

Fringe POP is an interesting and laudable new theatrical experiment from the Capital Fringe creative team. Fringe POP, which launched last night at...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Prison Break, Incorporated’

Nathan (Andrew Flurer) is a 30-year-old, washed-up druggie who lives in a boarding house. Ellie (Karen Elle) is a life coach just trying to...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #33 ‘Prison Break Incorporated’ by Derek Hills

You’ve run marathons in Kuala Lumpur, did the half Ironman in Hawaii, and proved your mettle on the now-quaint Tough Mudder race course as...

‘Vanishing Point’ at The George Washington University

The George Washington University Department of Theatre and Dance is presenting the world premiere of Vanishing Point.  This production has a clear purpose well...

THE BEST OF 2013: ‘Favorite Children’s, High School, and University Productions...

Here are the choices of The Staff of DCMetroTheaterArts for our Favorite productions and performances in Children's Theatre and High School and University productions...

‘Twelfth Night’ at The George Washington University by Rick Westerkamp

The George Washington University’s Department of Theatre and Dance has an engaging and lively production of William Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night, running through the weekend....

Directing ‘Twelfth Night’ at The George Washington University Tonight Through Sunday...

After working as an actor and director in the DC area for more than 30 years, and after teaching at both Catholic University and...

‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ at The George Washington University by Rick...

Let’s say you are sitting in a sparse, quaint café minding your own business. All of a sudden, a patron’s cell phone goes off,...

‘Almost, Maine’ at George Washington University by Breena Siegel

Almost, Maine opened last night, presented by The George Washington University (GWU) Department of Dance & Theater, to an audience of animated students and...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ