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Review: ‘Top and Bottom’ at Rainbow Theatre Project

Top and Bottom— written by Kevin Michael West, directed by Christopher Janson and produced by the Rainbow Theatre Project— is a unique comedy exploring...

Review: ‘No Word in Guyanese For Me’ by the Rainbow Theatre...

No Word In Guyanese For Me challenges our social conditioning around gender norms, identity, immigration, religion, and sexuality. Rainbow Theatre Project remounts this award-winning...

Review: ‘The Book of Merman’ at DC Arts Center

Review by Jason Williams Playfully tagged as a less expensive alternative to The Book of Mormon, which it satirizes, The Book of Merman quickly moves...

‘Lovecraft: Nightmare Suite’ by Molotov Theatre Group at DC Arts Center

Molotov Theatre Group’s new production, Lovecraft: Nightmare Suite, an adaptation of six of the old spook master’s stories by Dan Spurgeon and the first play...

The “Nightfall” Girl with Many Hats (and Faces) By Jen...

When Molotov Theatre Group’s founder Alex Zavistovich first mentioned Nightfall with Edgar Allen Poe (onstage at DCAC now through December 7th) to me, I knew...

‘Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe’ at Molotov Theatre Group

Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe is an adaptation of four of Poe's better known tales of horror: The Raven, The Fall of the House...

‘Nightfall: Inside the Minds of Madmen – And Molotov’ By Mark...

Eric Coble’s Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe instantly sparked my imagination upon the first read. Some early ideas Nightfall inspired: Furies of Greek mythology, dream...

‘Killer Joe’ at SeeNoSun OnStage

Audiences with a taste for pitch-dark comedy will get their fill of a deliciously unsettling feast in Killer Joe, the launch production of the aptly named...

SeeNoSun OnStage’s ‘Killer Joe’ Plays Through June 29th at DCAC

It's press night tonight for SeeNoSun OnStage Brings Rarely Produced production of Tracy Letts Dark Comedy at the DC Art Center. DC actor Sun King Davis taking on...

‘Killer Joe’ Cast is Set For SeeNoSun OnStage Production

Killer Joe Cast is Set Sun King Davis to Play Title Role in Tracy Lettsʼ Play Actor Sun King Davis taking on the title role...

SeeNoSun OnStage Presents ‘Killer Joe’ June 5-29th at DCAC

Killer Joe is the first play written by the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning author of August: Osage County, Tracy Letts. The play is a southern...

Behind the Scenes at Molotov’s “Normal”: Part 5: Want More? See...

With four shows left in Molotov Theatre Group’s Helen Hayes Awards Recommended© production of Normal  you can also learn more about Germany’s nefarious Dusseldorf...

Behind the Scenes at Molotov’s “Normal”: Part 4: The Sounds of...

Many audience members are not aware of how significant music can be in the experience of horror. Imagine, for instance, Jaws or Psycho without their iconic...

Behind the Scenes at Molotov’s “Normal”: Part 3: Elizabeth Darby: ‘On...

In Scene Nine of Normal Wehner asks the audience, "Do we bear monsters? Or do we create them?" The plot provides easy support for those on...

Behind the Scenes at “Normal” Part 2: Brian McDermott: ‘Bow Ties...

OK.  Confession time. I've never tied a bow tie. Bow tie tying is a strange little thing that I had managed to avoid until appearing...

A Molotov Show without Blood? Behind the Grand Guignol Scenes of...

Some audience members who come to see Molotov Theatre Group’s new production Normal from March 6-30, 2013 may be surprised to hear that not an...

‘The Lost Songs of Broadway: 1980s’ at Signature Theatre by Derek...

Clearly, I was born in the wrong decade. The Lost Songs of Broadway: 1980s at Signature Theatre had me tapping my toes and slapping my...

Preparing for Extremities-Part 3:-Rape Culture – We’ve Come a Long Way...

The first time I read Extremities I kind of fell in love with it. It’s always difficult to find truly interesting characters written for women....

Preparing for Extremities-Part 2: How I Achieved Quiet Comic Relief by...

Playing Terry in Molotov Theatre Group’s Extremities is a challenge for two reasons. First, Terry is very often told to shut up. She mostly sits...

Reflections by The Producer & Cast of Reston Community Players ‘A...

We typically open with a big musical in fall, but due to rights restrictions we had to adjust our typical format for our season....

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ