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Review: ‘A Christmas Carol Memory’ at Creative Cauldron

Right in time for the Holiday Season, Creative Cauldron has presented another installation from their Bold New Works project with the World Premiere of...

Review: ‘Charlotte’s Web’ at Laurel Mill Playhouse

Charlotte’s Web spins a charming tale at Laurel Mill Playhouse. This wonderful piece of Children’s Theatre was adapted by Joseph Robinette from E. B....

Review: ‘Approaching Zanzibar’ at The Players Club of Swarthmore in Swarthmore,...

Do you know the way to Zanzibar? I’m not sure that any of the characters in Approaching Zanzibar do – even the one character...

A Chat With Rebecca Luker About ‘Little Dancer’ at The Kennedy...

It's always a pleasure and honor to speak with Rebecca Luker, and as Little Dancer ends its run at The Kennedy Center this Sunday, November...

‘Little Dancer’ at The Kennedy Center

Little Dancer Offers a Glorious, Unique Addition to the World of Musical Theater Little Dancer is sheer perfection for ballet and musical theater fans alike...

Spine: ‘Whose War? Our War? Their War?’

The National Civil War Project presents the work of "a multi-city, multi-year collaboration between four universities and five performing arts organizations to commemorate the 150th...

‘These Shining Lives’ at The Colonial Players of Annapolis

Things that shine: the waters reflecting off the sand of the Great Lakes, the stars in the Chicago night sky, the jangling coins of...

‘These Shining Lives’ at Howard Community College’s Theatre Department & Arts...

The stars; a glimmer of hope in the eye of a bright young woman, the luminescence radiating from the clock face in the middle...

Preparing for Extremities-Part 3:-Rape Culture – We’ve Come a Long Way...

The first time I read Extremities I kind of fell in love with it. It’s always difficult to find truly interesting characters written for women....

Preparing for Extremities-Part 2: How I Achieved Quiet Comic Relief by...

Playing Terry in Molotov Theatre Group’s Extremities is a challenge for two reasons. First, Terry is very often told to shut up. She mostly sits...

‘Extremities’ at Molotov Theatre Group by John Stoltenberg

There’s dramatic tension—and then there’s traumatic tension. Molotov Theatre Group’s absolutely riveting production of Extremities—William Matrosimone’s wicked good play about a wicked rape attempt—delivers a sustained electric...

‘The Real Thing’ at The Studio Theatre by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Does art influence life? Or, is life imitating the art? What is love and at it what cost? What is right? What is real? It’s all a...

Wade McCollum on Playing Tick & Mitzi in ‘Priscilla Queen of...

I will be in Philadelphia this weekend and will be attending the Friday night performance of Priscilla Queen of the Desert The Musical at The...

The Best of 2012: Part 10: Designers, Cabarets & Concerts,...

Here are DCMetroTheaterArts writers' choices for their favorites designs of production in the the DC Metro Area in 2012. I always felt that...

The Best of 2012: Part 9: ‘Solo Performances, Children’s/Young Adult, Directors,...

 BEST SOLO PERFORMANCES Joe Brack in My Princess Bride at DC Capital Fringe Festival. Alex Brightman in How I Paid for College at The Hub Theatre. Mike Daisey in The...

The Best of 2012: Part 8: ‘Best Director of a Play...

Here are our choices for Best Director of a Play and Best Actor and Actress of a Play in 2012. Feel free to leave...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Revue: The Brontes’ by...

The latest rock-lit-fusion by Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Revue, The Brontes, is a hell of a lot of fun. It’s easy to understand how the...

Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: ‘Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s… Presents ‘The...

Dizzy Miss Lizzie’s Roadside Revue is bringing a new work to the Capital Fringe Festival this summer. This year they are giving the Dizzy...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ