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Review: ‘The Manor’ by Colonial Playhouse

For fifteen years, a California theater company has been presenting the drama The Manor in the Greystone Mansion in Beverly Hills — an appropriate...

Review: ‘Elizabeth Cree’ at Opera Philadelphia

The British statesman Winston Churchill coined the expression, “It is a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma.” He was speaking of the...

Review: ‘Barefoot in the Park’ at The Candlelight Theatre

Six days do not a week make. These famous words of nonsense, uttered by the young wife Cory, will tell all serious theatergoers that they...

Review: The Second City’s ‘Unelectable You’ at The Kennedy Center

Billed as “The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue,” Unelectable You—now in the middle of a four month pre-election national tour—paused in Washington, DC...

Review: ‘National Symphony Orchestra: Season Opening Gala Concert’ at the Kennedy...

In a political season where talk of building walls sometimes trumps the optimism of building bridges, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing...

Review: ‘Twelfth Night’ at Synetic Theater

What is Shakespeare without his words? Answer: a rollicking good time! Synetic Theater, known for its dynamic and often wordless productions of Shakespeare and other...

Review: ‘The Object Lesson’ at The Studio Theatre

The Object Lesson—a highly acclaimed one-man performance piece, set in a warehouse of the mind that is stacked with memories and the objects that...

Review: ‘The Illusionists’ at Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre

Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre has reassurance for anyone out there asking where the magic went. Its “direct from Broadway” engagement of The Illusionists is packed...

Review: ‘God: The One-Man Show’ at Greenbelt Arts Center

God: The One-Man Show is a comedic hurricane that leaves audiences pondering the mysteries of the universe between laughs. Written and performed by Rich...

Spine: JOY and Twyla Tharp’s 50th Anniversary Tour

Twyla Tharp's 50th Anniversary Tour came to the Kennedy Center's Eisenhower Theatre last night. Four pieces: two short "Fanfares," a Preludes and Fugues, and...

2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘SONATA: The Naked Theatre Project’

"Hi. Yes. Okay. Sorry.” For the first three “movements” of the actor symphony SONATA: The Naked Theatre Project, written and directed by Solomon Haileselassie, these...

‘Tramp’s New World’ at Mead Theatre Lab at Flashpoint

In 1949, Pulitzer Prize winning author and film critic James Agee wrote a screenplay  treatment for Charlie Chaplin, that has since been titled Tramp's...

Charm City Players Turns One: An Interview with Founders Stephen and...

A short drive on Greenspring Avenue through the autumn trees that leads to the Hannah More Arts Center on the campus of St. Timothy’s...

‘Drew the Dramatic Fool’ at Montgomery College’s Cultural Arts Center

Montgomery College’s Cultural Arts Center made a very astute choice in hosting the production of Drew the Dramatic Fool. On Saturday, September 6, 2014...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘Will Work For’ by Dacyl Acevedo

Will Work For is a fearless, farcical, huge wake-up call! It’s a rollercoaster ride through the dangers of today’s job market: dodging through booby-trapped interviews,...

World Stages: International Theater Festival: Nalaga’at Theater Deaf-Blind Acting Ensemble: ‘Not...

The World Stages: International Theater Festival takes the center stage at The Kennedy Center, March 10-30, 2014 bringing together some of today’s most exciting...

World Stages: International Theater Festival: Nalaga’at Theater Deaf-Blind Acting Ensemble: ‘Not...

The delicious aroma of bread fills the Terrace Theater at The Kennedy Center World Stage Festival as a talented ensemble of deaf-blind actors from...

‘Twelfth Night’ at Synetic Theater by Christina Frank

There's nothing particularly innovative about setting Shakespeare in the 20's. Look around town and you'll find a number of companies hauling out the flapper...

‘Maurice Hines is Tappin’ Thru Life’ at Arena Stage at the...

At the top of the show, Maurice Hines said, “DC is fierce!” After experiencing Maurice Hines is Tappin’ Thru Life tonight at Arena Stage,...

‘The Complete History of America (abridged)’ at St. George’s Players’...

Get ready for a wacky wild ride through our nation’s timeline with the St. George’s Players ‘wonderfully zany presentation of The Complete History of...

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