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Review: ‘Assassins’ at Pallas Theatre Collective

This season for whatever reason—and far be it from me to speculate—three theater companies in the nation's capital are presenting Stephen Sondheim's tunefully insolent...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2016 #13: Best Direction and Musical Direction in...

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts Best Direction and Musical Direction in Musicals and Best Direction of Plays of 2016 in Community Theatres in DC/VA/MD Are: BEST...

Review: ‘Fringe POP [Performance over Projection]’ at Capital Fringe-

Fringe POP is an interesting and laudable new theatrical experiment from the Capital Fringe creative team. Fringe POP, which launched last night at...

Review: ‘Lost in Wonderland’ at Pallas Theatre Collective

 ‘Lost in Wonderland’: Journeys Through an Author’s Imagination Have you ever wanted to ask a famous, classic author, say a Mark Twain or an Edgar...

Review: ‘Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street’ at St....

What better place could there possibly be to mount Sweeney Todd than the magnificent late-Victorian St. Mark’s Church on Capitol Hill? And what more capable...

2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Domestic Animals’

"I have trouble distinguishing things that are real from things imagined." This is the reality we enter when we meet Lori, the "lone wolf" of...

2015 Capital Fringe Preview #47: ‘Domestic Animals’ by Jennifer Faletto

You were wild once. Don’t let them tame you. At the height of the Vietnam War, Lori’s brother dodges the draft and her boyfriend enlists....

‘Full Bloom’ at Arcturus Theater Company by Marlene Hall

Arcturus Theater Company's production of Suzanne Bradbeer's Full Bloom is a story about a teenager, named Phoebe (Kyra Soleil) who is coming of age and whose life is...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Eve’s Big Fat Family Reunion’ by Lauren Katz

What do you get when Eve, Sarah, Abraham, and Adam’s first wife Lillith all come together for one big dinner party? Well you get...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Goddess Diaries’ by Kim Moeller

Whether it’s real life narratives or mythological tales, common themes found in women’s stories include self-identity, motherhood, transformation, abuse, aging, and love. The entertaining...

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