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Review: ‘Belén Maya: Romnia’ at URBN Black Box Theater

The life of a Gypsy is hard. For centuries the Romany people, who are commonly referred to as Gypsies, have been persecuted across Europe....

Reporting From the United States Institute of Theater Technology (USITT) Conference...

Have you wanted to break the fourth wall but don't know how to immerse your audience into a performance? About 200 members of the United...

Alliance for New Music-Theatre Presents ‘The Václav Havel Project’ May 7-8,11,14-15...

Alliance for New Music-Theatre Presents: The Václav Havel Project “Artful. Brilliant. Irreverent. Simple, yet genius. Everything - from the writing to the stage direction and...

‘Puppetry in Contemporary American Theater’ Panel at Strathmore by Yvonne French

The Muppets are making fun of us according to a panel of experts at Strathmore. “People don’t really know what to expect with a puppet,”...

‘Signs of Life’ at American University by Jessica Vaughan

American University staged a very special reading of a very special musical Signs of Life about an important part of our history. It was billed as a...

‘The Death of the Marquis de Sade & Dante’ at Tantehorse...

If I were writing a one-word review, that word would be “Astounding.” But much more deserves to be said about Tantehorse's The Death of...

Miřenka Čechová Performs ‘Light in a Darkness & The Death of...

Acclaimed actress Miřenka Čechová, and her company Tantehorse from the Czech Republic will mount Dante-Light in a Darkness, a piece that combines surreal and decadent...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ