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Review: ‘Red Herring’ at Act II Playhouse

Red Herring is a parody of the tough film noir mysteries of the forties and fifties. But playwright Michael Hollinger has more on his...

From ‘Class Clown’ to Master of Clowning and Circus Arts: An...

Founder and Artistic Director of Tribe of Fools, Terry Brennan is back on stage this month in the Philadelphia SoLow Fest, with his company’s...

An Interview with The Bang Group’s David Parker on ‘Stuck on...

“Dance theater with a queer sensibility, high spirits, and a spirit of adventure”: An interview with The Bang Group Co-Founder David Parker, performing at...

‘Painting Churches’ at The Montgomery Playhouse and The City of Gaithersburg...

It's sheer joy watching three performers execute their craft with passion. Add in an incredibly-written, intelligent and thought-provoking narrative and a warm and intimate...

Meet the Cast of ‘Painting Churches’ at Montgomery Playhouse: Part 3:...

In Part 3 of a series of interviews with the cast of Montgomery Playhouse's Painting Churches, meet Jane Squier Bruns. Joel: Where have local audiences seen...

Meet the Cast of ‘Painting Churches’ at Montgomery Playhouse: Part 2:...

In Part 2 of a series of interviews with the cast of Montgomery Playhouse's Painting Churches, meet Shanna Ridenour. Joel: Where have local audiences seen...

Meet the Cast of ‘Carousel’ at Catholic University: Part 1: Meet...

In Part 1 in a series of interviews with the cast of Carousel at Catholic University, meet Philip da Costa. Joel: Introduce yourself to our...

‘Masquerade’ at Wolf Pack Theatre Company

When I was watching Wolf Pack Theatre Company's intense Masquerade last night, written and directed by William D. Leary, I shook my head several times and...

Meet the Cast of Wolf Pack Theatre Company’s ‘Masquerade’ Part 6:...

In Part Six of a series of interviews with the cast of Wolf Pack Theatre Company’s production of Masquerade, meet Carol V. Calhoun (Emma).  Joel: Where have theatregoers...

‘Verdict’ at Thunderous Productions

Agatha Christie. The name immediately draws to mind thrilling murder mysteries of the ‘who-dunnit’ era of the utmost suspenseful caliber. Thunderous Productions in the...

‘Good People’ at Silver Spring Stage

Silver Spring Stage closes their 46th season with a riveting production of David Lindsay-Abaire’s Good People. This captivating dramadey about life struggles from rock bottom...

Opening This Friday at Silver Spring Stage: ‘Good People’: It’s a...

When a playwright calls his play Good People, we can assume that the characters will be…you know…good people. Can’t we? In David Lindsay-Abaire’s Good People,...

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...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Kubrilesque’ by Crystal Swarovski (Director)

Kubrilesque is a chronological parody of the films of Stanley Kubrick, told through burlesque and comedy. Each piece fits together into a cohesive story...

Arena Stage and George Washington University Announce the Launch of ‘The...

The National Civil War Project to Create Original Theatrical Productions and Innovative Academic Programming  Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater and the George...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ