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Review: ‘The King of Howard Street’ at Annex Theater

We are human beings, right? We were at one point in our lives. There was an excited energy in the air on opening night of...

ENDS TONIGHT: Knee Plays – ‘The Cobweb’ by Lucia Treasure and...

The Cobweb “I’m really scared of forgetting things” When I was four or five years old, my brother climbed me up to a high branch in...

‘The Golden Spike’ at Baltimore Annex Theater by Amanda Gunther

What is a scar but evidence of the triumph over death? And no man setting out to build a continental railroad could escape such...

‘Caesar and Dada’ at WSC Avant Bard by Terry Byrne

“Shakespeare does not need your help,” barks Franz, the jaded, tyrannical director character in WSC Avant Bard’s world premiere of Caesar and Dada. The...

‘James and the Giant Peach’ at Imagination Stage by Julia L....

Imagination Stage presents the beloved classic, James and the Giant Peach, adapted by David Wood and directed by Janet Stanford. You likely know the...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ