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Review: “Aladdin and the Wonderful Lamp” at Adventure Theatre

Americans don’t know much about the details of the myths and folklore of the Middle and Far East. Many of those stories, which can...

Review: ‘Stone Tape Party’ at Nu Sass Productions

It was clear when I walked into the intimate theatre that the party had already started at this 2014 Capital Fringe Festival 'Best Comedy...

‘Smartphones–a pocket-size farce’ at Ambassador Theater

saw this show last nite. LMAO. 2 funny. OMG. u G2G. So might read a hasty text from a self-absorbed hipster about Smartphones, the ridiculously...

The Women’s Voices Theater Festival: ‘Whenever You’re Near Me I Feel...

Whenever You’re Near Me I Feel Sick, a new play written and directed by Jennie Berman Eng and produced by similarly nascent company Thelma...

The Women’s Voices Theater Festival: Jennie Berman Eng’s ‘Whenever You’re Near...

Did the one who got away really get away? Does the right match come down to timing, or compatibility, or courage to take a...

2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Out of Silence: Stories from the 1...

Abortion: A ten-ton word that sends shockwaves rumbling across a twenty food radius wherever it is uttered. But why? It’s a contentious political issue...

2015 Capital Fringe Preview #11: ‘Out of Silence: Abortion Stories from...

“It’s really important that we are able to hear our stories on the stage,” said Marie Byrd Sproul as we talked about the show...

‘The Trap’ at Ambassador Theater

The gaunt and haunted figure of Franz Kafka obsessed the renowned Polish poet, novelist, and dramatist Tadeusz Różewicz (1921-2014). His two-act play The Trap—part expressionistic, part...

‘Under Kafka’s Spell – Różewicz and The Trap’ at Ambassador Theater

The Ambassador Theater is back with its biggest production to date, showcasing a work of one of the greatest post-war poets and playwrights of...

‘Rage’ at Ambassador Theater

Michele Riml's Rage made its US premiere this week at Flashpoint's Mead Theatre Lab. A production of Ambassador Theater, directed by Joe Banno, Rage...

School in Crisis in Michele Riml’s ‘Rage’

In Michele Riml’s Rage, winner of the 2005 Sydney Risk Prize and 2008 winner of the Jessie Richardson Award, an after school counseling session unexpectedly...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Stone Tape Party’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Even before the show starts, Stone Tape Party, written by Danny Rovin and directed by Angela Pirko, immerses the audience...

Source Festival: ‘Revenge: Six 10-Minute Plays’

Someone once said “revenge is sweet.” In the case of CulturalDC’s Source Festival show Revenge, not only is revenge sweet, but it is hilarious,...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ