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Remembering Anthony Lane Hinkle

Last week, the theater community suffered a great loss with the death of Anthony Lane Hinkle. Below is a lovely tribute, penned by our fellow Baltimore theater reviewer, The Bad Oracle. Please feel free to share your own thoughts and favorite memories of Anthony below in the comments. “My heart is beyond heavy today as […]

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DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #17: Best Directors of a Play in Community Theatres

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts is honored to announce that their 2015 Best Directors of Plays in Community Theatres honors go to:  Mark T. Allen for Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None at Laurel Mill Playhouse. Laura Andruski for To Kill a Mockingbird at Rockville Little Theatre. John Dellaporta for Venus in Fur at Silver Spring Stage. Terry Averill […]

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‘Greater Tuna’ at The Vagabond Players

First things first: Happy Big One Oh Oh! to The Vagabond Players. The show was not only a Five Star treat, but the opening night audience was also treated to birthday cake in honor of the troupe’s centennial. Though it’s reached a hallmark in American theater (or theatre), Vagabond is still frisky, risky, and fresh. Greater […]

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Vagabond Players Opens 100th Season with ‘Greater Tuna’ on September 4th

The Vagabond Players, America’s oldest continuously operating little theatre, proudly opens its 100th Season with the larger than real life comedy, Greater Tuna on September 4, 2015, and running weekends through September 27th. Written by Jaston Williams, Joe Sears, and Ed Howard and directed by Anthony Lane Hinkle, this production promises to start off this historic season with […]

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The Vagabond Players Announces Its 100th Season for 2015-2016

The Vagabond Players is happy to announce its historic 100th consecutive season for 2015-16.  The centennial season is made up of revivals of past successful Vagabond productions. The Vagabonds first opened in 1916 as a part of the Little Theatre Movement that was sweeping the country at the time. Whereas most of those theatres eventually […]

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