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Review: ‘Dublin by Lamplight’ at Inis Nua Theatre Company

The founding of The Abbey Theatre in 1904 was one of the pivotal events in Irish history. The Abbey championed the perspective of Irish...

Charm City Fringe Review: ‘God: The One Man Show’

Can I Get an Amen?! Have you been looking for a show that combines laughter, wisdom, magic and miracles? Your prayers have been answered! This...

A Preview of Inis Nua Theatre Company’s ‘Dublin by Lamplight’ with...

Hot off a Barrymore win for Best Ensemble in a Play for Inis Nua Theatre Company’s The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning and having received...

2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Omeletto: Like Hamlet, Only Scrambled’ at...

Commedia dell’arte meets Shakespeare in Ombelico Mask Ensemble’s original deconstruction of Hamlet. Omeletto: Like Hamlet, Only Scrambled synthesizes all of Shakespeare’s dramatic characters with...

Review: ‘The Good Devil (In Spite of Himself)’ at WSC Avant...

The Good Devil (In Spite of Himself) is a good and plenty retelling of the classic Faust tale and how art can imitate life....

‘Riffing, Replacing, and Reworking Goldoni’s “Servant of Two Masters” at the...

This is the first of two interviews with Aaron Cromie, one of Philadelphia’s most beloved directors, mask makers, writers, and interdisciplinary theater artists.  Henrik: Carlo...

Philadelphia’s Enchantment Theatre Company Is Taking It on the Road!

If you believe that the arts are an integral part of life, and that children should be introduced to them from an early age,...

Meet the Cast of Adventure Theatre MTC’s “The Emperor’s Nightingale’: Part...

In Part two of a series of interviews with the cast of Adventure Theatre MTC’s The Emperor’s Nightingale meet Su Jin Song. Joel: Please introduce yourself...

Housewives Get Desperate in Dario Fo’s ‘They Don’t Pay, We Won’t...

“Our homeland is the whole world.                              Our law is liberty. We...

Review: ‘They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay!’ at Ambassador Theater

How fortunate we are in the DC area, a locale that seeks status as a world class city, to have the Ambassador Theater in...

‘Pinocchio!’ at Faction of Fools

Italian writer Carlo Collodi’s beloved tale of Pinocchio! has been performed countless times over the past 132 years. Now, Faction of Fools Theatre Company has taken...

‘The Basilisk of Barnagasso’ at The George Washington University Department of...

An exuberant troupe of seven players (and some ad-libbing stage hands) fabricated a screwball, madcap adventure of star-crossed lovers and lost fortunes, vagabonds, soldiers,...

Dangereuse: An Interview With Playwright Karin Coonrod on ‘texts and beheadings/ElizabethR’...

I asked Playwright Karin Coonrod to talk about her play texts and beheadings/ElizabethR, which ends its run this weekend at Folger Theatre. Sophia: Please introduce yourself to...

UPDATED 6/1/15: Magic Time!: ‘I’m an Improviser by Trade’: A Q&A...

Updated 6/1/5: Before seeing Faction of Fools' Commedia dell’arte interpretation of Thornton Wilder's Our Town in full production (I'd previously seen it in a workshop), I was...

‘Our Town’ at Faction of Fools

Faction of Fools does it again with an innovative production of Thornton Wilder’s revolutionary and Pulitzer Prize-winning play Our Town, which originally debuted in...

Magic Time!: ‘I’m an Improviser by Trade’: A Q&A With Matthew...

It’s kind of a tossup these days whether Matthew R. Wilson is more newsworthy because he’s leaving as artistic director of Faction of Fools,...

Toby Mulford Named the New Producing Artistic Director of Faction of...

I am a huge fan of Matthew R. Wilson and Toby Mulford's work. They have brought so much joy to my life and to the...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2014: Special Awards

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts is honored to announce that their 2014 Special Awards have been awarded to: Since it opened in July 2013, The Anacostia...

‘The Great One-Man Commedia Epic’ at Faction of Fools

The Great One-Man Commedia Epic is a one-man show that is so endearing that I felt like my Dad had just told me a bed-time...

‘Macbeth: The Instruments of Darkness’ at The Rude Mechanicals

Macbeth, a classic Shakespearean tale of one man’s quest for Scotland’s reign and the lengths he is willing to go for it, is often...

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