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Fringe Encore Series 2017 Review: ‘Kafka and Son’ at SoHo Playhouse

In November 1919, the 36-year-old Modernist writer Franz Kafka wrote a searing 45-page letter to his domineering father Hermann, dissecting his tyrannical attitude and...

Review: ‘New York – The Melting Pot’ at Soulpepper on 42nd...

The first in Soulpepper Theatre Company’s three-part musical celebration of the history of diversity in New York - The Melting Pot pays tribute...

Review: ‘Alligator Pie’ at Soulpepper on 42nd Street

Adapted from the verses of beloved children’s book author and poet Dennis Lee - known to generations of fans as “Canada’s Father Goose” –...

Review: ‘Cage’ at Soulpepper on 42nd Street

The avant-garde work and Zen convictions of 20th-century American composer John Cage are the inspiration for Soulpepper Theatre Company’s ensemble-devised piece Cage, performed in this...

Review: ‘Of Human Bondage’ at Soulpepper on 42nd Street

The first-ever stage adaptation of W. Somerset Maugham’s Of Human Bondage, written by Vern Thiessen and directed by Albert Schultz for Canada’s Soulpepper Theatre...

New Records: Listening to the Music of 3 Tony-Nominated Shows

New Records is a new column that discusses recordings of theatrical shows. It’s a companion to the theater reviews that appear here on DC Metro...

Review: ‘Almost, Maine’ at Quince Orchard High School

“If needed, use additional sheets.” I remember always being curious how anyone writing a High School exam essay could ever write enough to need...

Fringe Encore Series Review: ‘Piaf and Brel (The Impossible Concert)’ at...

Though they never met or performed together, Édith Piaf (1915-63) and Jacques Brel (1929-78), nearly fifteen years apart in age, both became legends of...

Save the Day and Get a Medal: An Interview with Charles...

DCMetro Theater Arts’ Winters Geimer had an exclusive interview with Charles Ross on what you should know before the show and his thoughts on the...

Spine: ‘Famous Puppet Death Scenes’

Gordon Craig, one of the early giants of modern theatre, provocatively wrote: "There is only one actor – nay one man – who has...

‘Famous Puppet Death Scenes’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Ready for some comic puppet anarchy? Ready for some situational, very visual humor within nearly two dozen short puppet-driven skits? Ready to indulge into,...

An Interview With Washington, DC Piano Sensation Thomas Pandolfi About Classical...

If Thomas Pandolfi hasn’t done all that a pianist can do to present an exceptionally broad range of music to an engaged public, he...

‘The Shoplifters’ at Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American...

The under-affluent of this country find small change on America's stages: under-represented more often than not, they are the butt of jokes and edgy...

The Playwright’s Playground: SOURCE Festival 2014 – An Interview With CJ...

Welcome to the conversation and The Playwright’s Playground, an in-depth conversation with female playwrights in the D.C. theatre community. Female theatre artists make up...

‘The Adventures of Alvin Sputnik: Deep Sea Explorer’ Plays Tonight Through...

THE ADVENTURES OF ALVIN SPUTNIK: DEEP SEA EXPLORER“Winner **Outstanding Solo Show** New York Fringe Festival TONIGHT THROUGH SUNDAY- FEB 6 + 7 + 8 +...

Aquila Theatre’s ‘Fahrenheit 451’ at George Mason University’s Center for the...

From the first scene to the last, Aquila Theatre’s riveting posthumous production of Ray Bradbury’s 1953 play, Fahrenheit 451 was superb; the best I...

‘Cavalia’s Odysseo’ Gallops Into National Harbor TONIGHT through October 27th

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences...

‘Cavalia’s Odysseo’ Gallops Into National Harbor From October 9-27th

The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences...

‘Cavalia’s Odysseo’ Gallops Into National Harbor From October 16-27th

 The internationally acclaimed Cavalia pushes the limits of live entertainment once again with its second production: a 30-million dollar extravaganza that is wowing critics and audiences...

‘Red Bastard’ at Warehouse Theater by Flora Scott

His Mission: To Charm, Disarm, Shock, and Seduce...His Target: YOU. But when I checked out his website, he looked rather menacing to me. I...

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