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Review: ‘Passing Strange’ at The Wilma Theater

“Life is a mistake that only art can correct.” That’s not a line you’d expect to hear at a rock and roll show, is it?...

A Look Back at Opera Philadelphia’s O17 Festival and ‘The Magic...

When Opera Philadelphia’s O17 Festival was announced in October of 2015, the company headlined its importation of the Berlin’s Komische Oper (Comic Opera) production...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Kink Haüs’ by Gunnar Montana at...

Sex, drugs, and rock-and-roll have long been the rallying cry of post-modern youth, and Gunnar Montana takes that hedonistic call to its most emphatic,...

Review: ‘Cabaret’ at the Academy of Music

Some shows never get old or lose their impact. The national tour of Roundabout Theatre Company’s Tony Award-winning revival of Cabaret, making its Philadelphia...

Review: ‘The Three Penny Opera’ at Spotlighters Theatre

Ever-willing to mount bold musicals with large casts you’d never expect to see in such an intimate, cozy space (remember last year’s gorgeous Evita?),...

2016 FringeNYC Review: ‘Einstein!’

15,000 documents ÷ 3 years of intensive research + 1 actor x 9 characters = the formula for success with Einstein! Written and performed...

“A Shiver Goes Down My Spine”: An Interview with Playwright Andrea...

“I’m trying to find everyone. Everyone of my generation.” “We are all screaming across time . . . we feel comfortable here.” Summary: In 1936, Dr....

Review: ‘Kabarett & Cabaret’ at The In Series

Like Liza Minnelli’s in Cabaret, the unforgettable image of Marlene Dietrich hovers over Kabarett & Cabaret, a production of the 2015-16 In Series at...

Donate to Help Director Gabriele Jakobi With Her Medical Bills

In June 2015,  Theater Director Gabriele Jakobi (Gabi)  suffered a serious stroke while preparing to direct Chekov's The Three Sisters for Scena Theatre in Washington, DC. As a...

‘Cabaret’ at The Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts

The Theatre Lab lived up to its reputation as one of the most beloved and well-respected acting training grounds in the DC metro area...

‘The Human Capacity’ at University of Maryland School of Theatre, Dance,...

“Everyone is born with the capacity for cruelty and for mercy.”  It’s what we do with that capacity that defines our fate. The University...

Small Crowds, New Spaces: An Introduction to Nu Sass Productions’ Small...

“The audience is the most revered member of the theater. Without an audience there is no theater.” – Viola Spolin. Next week sees the jump...

Standout CDs of Three Rising Classical Artists: Einav Yarden, Yevgeny Kutik,...

Debut recordings by emerging classical performers face enormous challenges. There’s the issue of finding unique material or a unique voice after so much music...

The Playwright’s Playground: The Playmakers CATF 2014: Associate Producing Director...

The curtain closed yesterday, August 3, 2014, on the 24thseason of five plays at the Contemporary American Theater Festival, but the anticipation to next...

Save $25 on Tickets to ‘Blue Man Group’ For Thurs-Sunday at...

Save more than $25 on tickets to BLUE MAN GROUP! Use code: FAMILY and get tickets for $49.75 (regular price is $73-$78) Discounts available at...

‘Blue Man Group’ at National Theatre

What do you get when you mix 10 gallons of blue paint, 360 pounds of Jell-O, 15 pounds of Cap’n Crunch cereal, 30 boxes...

‘Ben Folds Solo’ at Lisner Auditorium

If piano men Elton John and Billy Joel got together to have a son, he might look and sound a lot like Ben Folds. Wait....

‘The Old Masters’ at Washington Stage Guild by Leslie Weisman

We Washingtonians take pride in accomplishment, and in being duly recognized for it. And strongly dislike having our expertise challenged—particularly, publicly. Fortunately, most of...

‘Cabaret’ at St. Mark’s Players at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church by...

“It's so tawdry and terrible and everyone's having such a great time.” It must be a cliché at this point to use Clifford Bradshaw's...

‘Cabaret’ at American University by Alexa Kelly

“Willkommen, bienvenue, welcome!” the master of ceremonies begins, with an eerie grin. But you never really feel welcome, or at home. Nor would you...

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