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Review: ‘A Hunger Artist’ at Baltimore Theater Project

Reviewed by Jason Williams Sinking Ship's production of A Hunger Artist is a dark comedy that balances self-deprecation with self-awareness. Adapted from a short story of...

Review: ‘Adapt!’ At The Wilma Theater

Adapt! is a new play that tells the story of Lenka, an immigrant from Communist-era Czechoslovakia who dreams of living in New York City. It’s...

Review: ‘Once’ at The Academy of Music in Philadelphia

Once is not your usual Broadway musical. From the moment you enter the theater, the inventive staging immediately breaks through the proverbial fourth wall,...

Pianist Martin Kasik with the Embassy Series at the Czech Embassy

Czech pianist Martin Kasik has an important historic connection with Washington despite relatively infrequent visits here. He was a 1999 winner of the Young...

‘Metamorphosis’ at Alliance for New Music-Theatre

How does one begin a review about a boy turned into a dung beetle? I suppose, just like that. And, no, I’m not giving...

Magic Time! ‘Metamorphosis’ at Alliance for New Music-Theatre

As a short story by Franz Kafka awoke one morning from uneasy dreams, it found itself onstage transformed into a live action graphic novel. Wait,...

‘Once’ at Hippodrome Theatre at the France-Merrick Performing Arts Center

Baltimore’s Hippodrome Theatre unfurls a fresh season with a rowdy millennial musical about star-crossed lovers set in the big, blue-collar heart of Ireland. Once is the...

Plunging into the Deep with Kafka’s ‘Metamorphosis’ at Alliance for New...

Plunging into the Deep with Kafka’s Metamorphosis Alliance for New Music-Theatre is taking a plunge into the deep, staging a production of Kafka’s Metamorphosis. When...

‘The Václav Havel Project: Antiwords and Unveiling’ at Alliance for New...

“Everything is real, especially that crate of beers.” That's not a preface you expect to hear at the theatre, but it's a fitting opening...

‘Antiwords’ Inspired by Václav Havel’s ‘Audience’ by Eliza Anna Falk

Antiwords inspired by Václav Havel's 'Audience' Havel’s ultimate goal as a playwright was to appeal to his spectators, to provoke them into self-reflection and encourage...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘R.U.R.’ (Rossum’s Universal Robots) by Grace Kim

Leave it up to humankind to dream up of ways to improve life only to find that improvement biting them in the ass. In R.U.R....

Venus Theatre Announces its 2013 Season: ‘Lucky 13: Free Your Mind...

Lucky 13:  Free You Mind (and let the girl talk.) embraces four new works by four living playwrights. The box office is OFFICIALLY open. Join us...

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