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Review: ‘Guilt, an opera without music’ at Scena Theatre

With its teasing, click-bait provocative subtitling, “an opera without music,” John Shand’s Guilt, having its world premiere by DC’s Scena Theatre, is a meaty, passionately...

Review: ‘Julius Caesar’ at Scena Theatre at the Atlas Performing Arts...

Diamond Julesy Gets It Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar has recently become a cause célèbre. When Caesar was portrayed in a Public Theater production with a...

Dangereuse: ‘The Madwoman of Chaillot: An Ode to Joy in the...

WSC Avant Bard’s current production of Giraudoux’ The Madwoman of Chaillot, an entertaining tribute to the power of joy over despair, reminds us of...

‘The Madwoman of Chaillot’ at WSC Avant Bard

Under the lively, animated touch of director Christopher Henley, a merry little band of eager Avant Bard players bring The Madwoman of Chaillot, by...

‘Handbag’ at Scena Theatre

In the past week, I’ve had the mixed blessing of seeing some very good shows that put the very bad side of human nature...

An Interview with Scena Theatre’s ‘Handbag’ Director Robert McNamara and Cast...

I had the honor of interviewing Director Robert McNamara and cast members Anne Nottage, Amanda Forstrom, and Haely Jardas from Scena Theatre's Handbag, which begins performances...

20 Questions with The Cast of WSC Avant Bard’s ‘King John’:...

Kim Curtis is, other than me, the King John actor with the longest history with WSC Avant Bard. In King John, he plays the...

‘King John’ at WSC Avant Bard by Sophia Howes

King John: Love and Fear in a Fallout Shelter King John is famously known as one of Shakespeare’s least-performed plays, but there are many reasons...

Tomorrow Night @ 7pm: Join Scena Theatre for THE ILIAD: Book...

THE ILIAD: Book I, The Wrath of Achilles  Join Scena Theatre tomorrow night at The Embassy of Greece for a dramatic reading, delicious refreshment, and fascinating...

‘Italian American Reconciliation’ at 1st Stage by Colleen Sproull

On a snowy night, I longed to stay inside and hibernate, but I braved the bad drivers and salt trucks to trek to 1st...

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