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Review: ‘Hello, My Name Is…’ at The Welders

Challenging theatrical conventions, Hello, My Name Is… by Deb Sivigny, directed by Randy Baker, and produced by The Welders is like no other theater production I...

Review: ‘The City of Conversation’ at Arena Stage

In the daring new play about Washington politics and the halcyon days of genteel social hostesses, The City of Conversation, (now playing at Arena...

Review: ‘Agents of Azeroth’ at The Washington Rogues at Flashpoint

Now, in DC theatre, video games are hot. From Rorschach’s She Kills Monsters to Flying V’s The Oregon Trail and Molotov’s Neighborhood 3: Requisition...

‘Tyger’ at banished? Productions at Mead Theatre Lab

Check your pre-conceived notions of a theater experience at the sidewalk at this week’s innovative Tyger at Mead Theatre Lab by banished? Productions. The interactive...

UrbanAria’s ‘Blue Viola’ at Artisphere

Feelin' Blue? Are you a violist who's feeling unwanted and underappreciated? Then run down to UrbanArias' entertaining and high-strung English sung short opera Blue Viola, and you'll...

DCMTA Scene Stealers-January and February 2015-Part 1

Here is Part One of our Scene Stealers of January and February 2015. Congrats to our honorees. Maggie Erwin as Avery in the Seminar Scene...

‘Pen’ at Washington Stage Guild

Washington Stage Guild starts off its 29th season with a smart production of David Marshall Grant’s Pen, a curious play that is by turns...

Source Festival: “The Thrush and the Woodpecker’

As a self-described launching pad for plays, the Source Festival offers writers and artists an opportunity to incubate promising new work, even if scripts...

Source Festival: ‘Mortality’-Six 10-Minute Plays

Last night I was back at CulturalDC’s Source Festival for Mortality, a series of six 10-minute plays inspired by the full length play, A...

‘The Wonderful World of Dissocia’ at Theater Alliance

If you like great acting and want to know what it must be like to be mentally ill and to suffer from Dissociative Identity Disorder, go...

Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company Announces its 2014-2015 Season

From Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company: Their 2014-2015 Season: Let Them Eat Cake!, a season of revolutionary ideas and radical theatre The apocryphal quip by Marie Antoinette—“Let them...

‘Godspell’ at The Catholic University of America by Jessica Vaughan

Long before Stephen Schwartz wrote about a wicked witch, he took on the Book of Matthew in the controversial and revolutionary musical Godspell. The...

Here’s the List of Honorees of DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best Scene Stealers of...

Here are the 2012-2013 Scene Stealers honorees selected by the staff of DCMetroTheaterArts. Congrats to all of you on your fine Scene Stealing performances. ____ *Kevin...

Favorite ‘Scene Stealers’ of the 2012-2013 DC Area Theater Season: Part...

There were many wonderful Scene Stealers on DC Metro Area stages in our professional, community, children's, and university theaters during the past theater season. The DCMetroTheaterArts...

‘Rabbit Hole’ at The Keegan Theatre by Justin Schneider

“You're not in a better place than me, just a different one.” An entire play is summed up in that one line, and when...

Anne Kanengeiser on Playing Janna in ‘The Personal(s)’ at No Rules...

There are some performances that you just never forget and Anne Kanengeiser's performance as Fosca in Signature Theatre's Passion in 1996 is one I will...

‘The Elder Statesman’ at Washington Stage Guild by Amanda Gunther

Those who flee their past will always lose the race because their past failures will always be waiting at the finish line to greet...

‘Shakespeare in Hollywood’ at Catholic University by Colleen Sproull

It is with great pleasure that I write this review. Catholic University's production of Ken Ludwig's Shakespeare in Hollywood is professional, outrageously funny, and...

‘La bohème’ at University of Maryland School of Music’s Opera Studio...

Before there was RENT, there was Puccini’s La bohème, perhaps the most popular and certainly one of the most frequently performed operas in history. The University of...

‘Dante’s Inferno’ at Washington Stage Guild by Amanda Gunther

Abandon all hope ye who enter here. Sit back and prepare yourself for the perilous journey into the bowels of hell as Dante the...

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