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‘Wolf Hall’ at The Winter Garden Theatre in New York City

Hillary Mantel is a novelist, dramatist and critic whose best known works are her two novels about the Tudor statesman Thomas Cromwell. The play...

‘A Prairie Home Companion’ with Garrison Keillor and Special Guests: Heather...

“I hear that old piano…”. These famous words open Garrison Keillor’s weekly program every Saturday night throughout the year. Wolf Trap has returned to...

An Interview with John Collins-The Director of ‘Arguendo’ at Woolly Mammoth...

“How does one draw a line between Salome and the Kitty Kat Lounge?” A quote from Justice Antonin Scalia made famous during the Supreme...

‘Arguendo’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Can conduct communicate? In what instances do practices of non-speech— such as music, money, or dancing— become speech in the sense that they are...

Magic Time! ‘Arguendo’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company by John...

Watching Arguendo—an actual Supreme Court transcript staged cheekily for chuckles by Elevator Repair Service, the New York–based troupe specializing in literary vérité—is like watching a...

The DC area Theatre Community Unites for ‘March on Washington for...

The local theatre community is well represented as Matt Gardiner - Signature Theatre’s Associate Artistic Director - leads two dozen DC-area actors/singers who will...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ