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Review: ‘All My Sons’ at The Potomac Playmakers

All My Sons, the post-WWII Arthur Miller drama presented by the Potomac Playmakers, tells the story of how one man’s greed and dishonesty can...

Review: ‘The Price’ at Arena Stage

Arthur Miller is best known for his two American classics: Death of a Salesman and All My Sons. American high schoolers still know him...

In the Moment: ‘Death of a Salesman’ at Ford’s Theatre

“There’s just no spot for you,” is the terse way that Willy Loman’s “snotnose” boss-man Howard tells Loman he is fired. Just go and...

Review: ‘Death of a Salesman’ at Ford’s Theatre

It’s hard to believe that nearly 70 years have passed since Arthur Miller penned his Pulitzer-winning masterpiece, Death of a Salesman; the perennially relevant...

Review: ‘The Crucible’ at Princeton Summer Theater

When you enter the home of the Princeton Summer Theater to see The Crucible, you may wonder at first whether you’ve wandered into the...

Magic Time!: ‘Broken Glass’ at Theater J

Arthur Miller's 1994 Broken Glass does not rise to the stature of his greatest works (Death of a Salesman, The Crucible, The Price, and...

Review: ‘Broken Glass’ at Theater J

Shards of unseen, but sharply-felt shattered glass, both of a collapsing marriage and the infamous Kristallnacht (Night of Crystal), are fused together in Arthur Miller’s...

Review: ‘The Price’ at Roundabout Theatre Company at The American Airlines...

This is one of Arthur Miller's successes, and though it's been revived three times on Broadway since it first appeared in 1968, it has...

Review: ‘If I Forget’ at The Laura Pels Theatre in the...

I know Playwright Steven Levenson only from his work as librettist on the musical Dear Evan Hansen, so this for me is his first...

Review: ‘All My Sons’ at The George Washington University’s Department of...

Some plays survive the test of time. Arthur Miller's All My Sons is such a play. And the production mounted by The George Washington University's...

Review: ‘Sans Everything’ by Lightning Rod Special + Strange Attractor at...

Sans Everything is a collaboration between the theater companies Lightning Rod Special (“LRS”) and Strange Attractor Theatre Co. (“SATC”). The title comes from Jaques’...

Review: ‘The Present’ at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre

In the beginning there was a play by Anton Chekov that was simply called "a long play without a title". He'd written a first...

Meet the Cast of ‘The City of Conversation’ at Colonial Players...

In part three of a series of interviews with the cast of Colonial Players of Annapolis' The City of Conversation, meet Kathleen Ruttum. Joel: Please introduce...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2016 #6: Best Plays in Professional Theaters in...

Here are the DCMetroTheaterArts Staff's honorees for Best Plays in Professional Theaters in 2016 in Philadelphia, NYC, New Jersey, and Delaware. Congrats to all...

Review #2: ‘A View From the Bridge’ at The Kennedy Center

The stripped-down, minimalist and auteur-driven interpretation of Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge delivers a tragic, elemental, and mythic dimension to this stirring...

Review #1: ‘A View From the Bridge’ at The Kennedy Center

Act fast: Director Ivo van Hove’s visionary production of Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge, which won plaudits on both Broadway and the...

In the Moment: ‘A View From the Bridge’ at The Kennedy...

Even having inklings of what to expect, there was no protecting myself from the shattering production of Arthur Miller’s A View From the Bridge...

Meet the Cast of Peace Mountain Theatre Company’s ‘A Delicate Balance’:...

Joel: Please introduce yourself and tell readers where they have seen you perform before on local stages. Laurie: My name is Laurie T. Freed and...

Post-Play Palaver: John Stoltenberg and Michael Poandl on ‘Angels in America:...

Post-Play Palaver is an occasional series of conversations between DC Metro Theater Arts writers who saw the same performance, got really into talking about...

Review: ‘All My Sons’ at Vagabond Players

 ‘All My Sons’ highlights painful secrets from the past Vagabond Players’ All My Sons, expertly directed by Michael Byrne Zemarel, is a masterful staging of...

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