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Review: ‘Waxing West’ at 4615 Theatre Company (Women’s Voices Theater Festival)

“So we beat on, boats against the current, borne back ceaselessly into the past.” So said F. Scott Fitzgerald, at the end of The...

Review: ‘Electra’ at 4615 Theatre Company

Back in ancient times, tragedy was prized for its cathartic experience; fear, rage, pity, the whole range of human emotions would run through you,...

Review: ‘King John’ at 4615 Theatre Company

Scandals, sibling rivalry, adultery and divorces represented daily living for England’s royal Plantagenet family, which held the dynastic reigns of power from approximately 1120...

Review: ‘Aliens with Extraordinary Skills’ at the 4615 Theatre Company

The 4615 Theatre Company returns to Woolly Mammoth's classroom theatre with its DC premiere of Saviana Stanescu's Aliens with Extraordinary Skills. With its touching story, enthusiastic...

Review: ‘Women Beware Women’ at 4615 Theatre Company

Most of us know how William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet ends. Romeo, thinking his precious Juliet dead, drinks from a vial of poison. When...

2015 Capital Fringe Review ‘Half Past What?’

About halfway through Casey Bauer's surreal Half Past What?, I came to the stark realization that I wasn't exactly sure what was going on yet was still completely enthralled. The...

2015 Capital Fringe Preview #13 ‘Half Past What?’ by Casey Bauer

In a tiny apartment somewhere near the sea dairy comes on Mondays and staple guns on Sundays. A wheel turns outside the window and...

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