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Review: ‘The Small Room at the Top of the Stairs’ at...

Looking for something well-crafted, suspenseful, and with plenty of lingering moments of anxiety? Then head on to Spooky Action Theater’s production of The Small...

Review: ‘Hobson’s Choice’ at Quotidian Theatre

Hobson’s Choice is a winner. The play - a sparkling comedy with a terrific cast - just opened at the Quotidian Theatre Company, a...

Review: ’45 Plays for 45 Presidents’ at NextStop Theatre Company

Throughout American history, the office of the president has served as the living embodiment of the American dream. The central tenet of our democracy,...

Review: ‘Night Seasons’ at Quotidian Theatre Company

Horton Foote, the Oscar and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of hundreds of plays for stage and screen, was known as the American Chekhov. As such, his...

Review: ‘The Late Wedding’ at The Hub Theatre

Once again, Artistic Director Helen Murray and The Hub Theatre are producing a seductive play meant to kindle sparks for adventurous theater-goers. The Hub...

Review: ‘Happy Hour’ at Spooky Action Theater

A ticking clock is an amazing motivator. So is competition. Blend them together with a dose of live theatre and some spectacular technology, and...

Review: ‘Crimes of the Heart’ at NextStop Theatre Company

Before there was Desperate Housewives, before there was Sex in the City, before there was Thelma and Louise, there was the play, Crimes of...

‘Harvey’ at 1st Stage

1st Stage Theatre presents Harvey, Mary Chase's 1945 Pulitzer Prize-winning comedic drama, directed by Michael Chamberlin. When a high-society family makes a desperate attempt to...

‘Leto Legend’ at Hub Theatre

Valerie Fenton leads an all-woman cast as a super mom, super employee, and superhero in Leto Legend by Kristen LePine. Depicting the dual character of...

In the Moment: Helen Pafumi and Kristen LePine on The Hub...

The Hub Theatre is opening its world premiere of a work by a woman playwright, directed by a woman and with an all-female cast....

Here Are The Recipients of This Year’s 2015 Helen Hayes Awards...

 Here are the recipients of the 2015 Helen Hayes Awards  in the order they were announced tonight at The Lincoln Theatre.   THE RECIPIENTS ARE IN...

‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ at Brave Spirits Theatre

There is a cheerful insouciance to the Brave Spirits Theatre production of that war-horse of Shakespeare comedy, A Midsummer Night's Dream. Chalk it up...

‘The Seven Year Itch’ at American Century Theater

An unadulterated look at a one man’s plans for an affair   The American Century Theater enters its 20th – and final – season itching to...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Dracula. A Love Story’

(The Best of the Capital Fringe)  When Lee Ordeman stalks his female prey as the title character in Dracula. A Love Story, he might just...

‘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...

“Failure: A Love Story” at The Hub Theatre

Failure is defined as the state of not functioning and the lack of success.  For most “success” stories, failure is a part of the...

‘A Journey with Richard: A Deaf Man’s Commentary on ‘Richard III’...

The house lights dims, and the stage is flooded with elegant people dressed up for a formal occasion. I spot a man who looks...

‘Richard III’ at NextStop Theatre Company by Michael Sprouse

Often we struggle to be heard, to be recognized. In this production of Shakespeare’s Richard III, directed by Dr. Lindsey Snyder, Richard is not depicted...

‘Richard III’ at NextStop Theatre Company by Sophia Howes

After the discovery of Richard III’s remains in a Leicester car park in August 2012, it was concluded that far from being a hunchback,...

‘The Iceman Cometh’ at Quotidian Theatre Company by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Tomorrow. Tomorrow. Tomorrow. Everything will be better tomorrow. It isn’t often that man attains the true goal of their heart’s desire. What lies do you tell...

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