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Chris Stinson, Nahm Darr, and Julie M in 'Among the Dead' at Spooky Action Theatre. Photo by Tony Hitchcock.

Review: ‘Among the Dead’ at Spooky Action Theatre

Hansol Jung is an imaginative young playwright whose work focuses on feeling perpetually uprooted. Born in Jeonju, South Korea, she moved with her family...

Updated July 12, 2016: On Parenting and a Play: Director Shirley...

I have admired Shirley Serotsky’s work as a director on such shows as Yentl, the Yeshiva Boy at Theater J in 2014 and Rapture,...

Magic Time! ‘Another Way Home’ at Theater J

You know you’ve just seen a play that hits a nerve about the distress of parents who have a troublesome, troubled son (whom they...

Review: ‘Another Way Home’ at Theater J

Is it a coincidence that Another Way Home—which opened at Theater J on Monday night—just happens to coincide with the start of sleepaway camp...

On Parenting and a Play: Director Shirley Serotsky Talks About ‘Another...

I have admired Shirley Serotsky’s work as a director on such shows as Yentl, the Yeshiva Boy at Theater J in 2014 and Rapture,...

Review: ‘Middletown’ at NextStop Theatre Company

Middletown, written by Will Eno, is a play with heft. It is not an easy play that you can relax and let wash over...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #8: Best Performances in a Play in...

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts is honored to announce that their Best of 2015: Best Performances in Plays in Professional Theatres go to:  BEST ACTOR IN...

The Women’s Voices Theater Festival: ‘The Magic Tree’ at The Keegan...

Four lost young people in a deserted beach house, in Dublin, late at night.  There is a thunderstorm beating down. This is the evocative...

‘This Lime Tree Bower’ at Quotidian Theatre Company

The Irish are legendary storytellers, and Conor McPherson’s play, one of his earliest, is a rollicking but thought-provoking tale of adventurous misadventure, told as...

‘The Lieutenant of Inishmore’ at Constellation Theatre Company

Martin McDonagh is one of my favorite living playwrights, and I’ve loved his black comedy The Lieutenant of Inishmore every time I’ve seen it....

‘Pen’ at Washington Stage Guild

Washington Stage Guild starts off its 29th season with a smart production of David Marshall Grant’s Pen, a curious play that is by turns...

‘Abominable’ at The Hub Theatre

There’s no question: puberty can be a bitch. Or, more to the point, a beast… It is the latter metaphor that is explored extensively...

Preview of ‘Abominable’ at The Hub Theatre by David Siegel

Hub Theater is producing the world premier of Abominable written by Playwright and Hub Artistic Director Helen Pafumi. The director is multi-Helen Hayes Award nominee...

“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...

‘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...

Quotidian Theatre Company Presents Eugene O’Neill’s Visionary Classic ‘The Iceman Cometh’...

The Iceman Cometh is a play universal in its scope and personal in its detail. Nobel Laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Eugene O'Neill wrote...

‘A Man, His Wife, and His Hat’ at The Hub Theatre...

Her husband has another love and she is tired of competing. Especially because his other love is a hat. Granted, it’s a good looking...

‘A Clockwork Orange’ at Scena Theatre by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Good. Is being good truly good if it is not by choice? Evil has to exist along with good, in order that moral choice may operate. Evil. Which...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘We Tiresias’ by Anne Tsang

We Tiresias, written by Stephen Spotswood and directed by Matt Ripa, is based on the Greek myth of Tiresias, a blind prophet ofT hebes,...

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