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Review: The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek at MetroStage

There is a good, rather grim, chance that The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek will be Athol Fugard’s last play; well into his eighties,...

DC-Area Premiere of Athol Fugard’s ‘The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek’...

The Washington, DC-area premiere of Athol Fugard’s most recent play The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek opens this weekend at MetroStage and will run...

Interview: MetroStage’s Carolyn Griffin and Actor Doug Brown Discuss ‘The Painted...

Over its 30 seasons, MetroStage has had several homes, including 17 years in a cozy venue in Alexandria’s North End. Redevelopment of the area...
Craig Wallace and Nick Fruit in Round House Theatre’s production of “MASTER HAROLD” … and the Boys. Photo by Kaley Etzkorn.

Magic Time!: ‘ “Master Harold”…and the Boys’ at Round House Theatre

One of the most quietly profound moments in Athol Fugard's anti-apartheid play "Master Harold"...and the Boys—just opened in a powerfully moving production at Round House...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Statements After an Arrest Under the...

For the great South African playwright Athol Fugard, the personal is political. And nowhere is that more true than in Statements After an Arrest...

From Bethlehem to Philadelphia: An Interview with Rami Khader, Director of...

Director Rami Khader, along with a group of talented and committed artists, both male and female and of differing ages and backgrounds, founded Diyar...

Review: ‘The Return’ at Mosaic Theater Company of DC, Part of...

Mosaic Theatre Company of DC concluded their 2017 season with a riveting, deeply provocative examination of a State's National Security apparatus on dissident individuals...

Magic Time!: Homoeroticism and the Mother in ‘Blood Knot’: A Q&A...

Until I saw Blood Knot at Mosaic Theater Company, I knew the work of Director Joy Zinoman only by reputation. I had come to...

Review: ‘Blood Knot’ at Mosaic Theater Company of DC

 South African playwright Athol Fugard’s early masterpiece, Blood Knot, has finally returned to DC. And, judging by the roaring ovation on opening night, those...

Review: ‘A Lesson from Aloes’ at Quotidian Theatre Company

Globally, it’s 1963 in South Africa, in the midst of the Apartheid, and also the same year as the Rivonia Trial. This is the...

Review: ‘Coming Home’ at Port City Playhouse

With Eleanore Tapscott’s gentle, affecting, eloquent direction, the Port City Playhouse production of Athol Fugard’s Coming Home (2009) is an exemplary work about love,...

Quotidian Theatre Company’s ‘A Lesson from Aloes’ Opens on April 29th

Quotidian Theatre Company Presents Athol Fugard’s Compelling Drama, A Lesson From Aloes, Opening April 29, 2016. Quotidian Theatre Company continues its dynamic 2016 season with...

Mosaic Theater Company of DC Announces its 2016-2017 Season Schedule

“It’s absolutely amazing to talk about a second season for Mosaic and look at the unfolding of expanded horizons. We’re a start-up that started big...

‘The Island’ at MetroStage

There are so many way to demand justice. In 1973 South Africans Athol Fugard, John Kani, and Winston Ntshona found their voices to take on...

A Tribute to Tana Hicken From Friends, Colleagues, and Admirers-Tributes to...

______ Two Tributes are Scheduled for Tana Hicken: on Monday, September 15th at 7 PM at Everyman Theatre - 315 West Fayette Street, in Baltimore, MD 21201. AND and on...

Part 3: An Interview With “Master Harold” … and the boys’...

This is Part 3 of my series of 3 interviews with the cast of “Master Harold”. . . and the boys at Bay Theatre...

Part 2: An Interview With “Master Harold” … and the boys’...

This is Part 2 of my series of 3 interviews with the cast of “Master Harold”. . . and the boys at Bay Theatre...

An Interview with Sean McComas of ‘Master Harold”…and the boys’ by...

This is Part 1 of my series of 3 interviews with the cast of "Master Harold”. . . and the boys. Tomorrow: Michael Anthony Williams. Sean...

Actor John Dow on Appearing in ‘Heroes’ at Everyman Theatre by...

Luck usually doesn't strike twice, but that's exactly what happened to veteran actor John Dow when he got cast in two productions of Tom Stoppard's Heroes. Why...

“Master Harold”…and the boys at Bay Theatre Company by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

"Master Harold" ...and the boys is the potential life-changing, pulse racing drama playing in Annapolis, MD., that marks the 11th season opener for Bay Theatre...

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