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‘Hopa Tropa Kukerica!’ at Ambassador Theater by Julia Exline

Under the patronage of the Embassy of the Republic of Bulgaria, Ambassador Theater presents Hopa Tropa Kukerica!, an authentic celebration of Bulgarian culture! Lilia Slavova...

‘Strathmore Presents: Patti LaBelle’ on Friday, March 30, 2012 by Jane...

The one and only Patti LaBelle returned to The Music Center at Strathmore on Friday, March 30, 2012, where she promptly and proudly announced...

Interview of Fanon Hill By Teresa McCormick Ertel

Art can cross barriers of culture and race and build bridges of understanding. Fanon Hill and his partner Sam Holmes created the Black Male...

On the Waterfront at American Century Theater by Eric Denver

American Century Theater (ACT) is currently producing a  powerful production of On the Waterfront - about the shenanigans of the International Longshoremen’s Association (ILA) and...

‘A Girl Named Destiny’ at Venus Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Genergy. noun - The study of male and female energies - gender energies - as applicable to roles presented on the stage. This concept is...

‘Frozen’ at Rockville Little Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Humanity in its rarest form comes to light in the Rockville Little Theatre's presentation of Frozen by Bryony Lavery. Directed by Kevin O’Connell, this...

Erik Liberman on Playing The Baker in Centerstage’s ‘Into the Woods’...

Erik Liberman has had a very busy year on and off the stage. When I heard he was going to play The Baker in...

‘The Taming of the Shrew’ at Synetic Theater by Natalie McCabe

There is a fine, fine line between loving and loathing, in the “interplay of joy and darkness,” as Director Paata Tsikurishvili, and Founding Artistic...

‘Side Man’ at 1st Stage by Julia L. Exline

1st Stage presents Side Man, a powerful play by Warren Leight about a jazz trumpeter’s insatiable passion for his music, and its destructive effect...

Introducing ‘Judyisms’ by Judy Stadt on DC Metro Theater Arts

Hello Darlings! My name is Judy Stadt and I am a professional actor, vocalist, playwright, illustrator, jewelry designer ... so let’s just call me an...

An Interview with Justin Kiska on Directing ‘Jekyll and Hyde’ at...

Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre in Frederick, MD presents the classic tale of duality, Frank Wildhorn's musical Jekyll & Hyde, directed by Justin Kiska. Teresa:...

‘The Belle of Amherst’ at Bay Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

"A word is dead when it is said," some say. Emily Dickinson says that it just begins to live that day. And there are...

‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’ at American University by...

Since the regional rights were released in 2010, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee – conceived by Rebecca Feldman, music and lyrics by...

‘Hotel Cassiopeia’ at Single Carrot Theatre by Amanda Gunther

The dark creative eccentricity of shadowbox artist Joseph Cornell comes to life through Hotel Cassiopeia at Single Carrot Theatre. A play written by Charles...

‘Shovel in the Dirt: A Grave Digger’s Musical (Replotted)’ at The...

Delve deep into the darkness with The Stillpointe Theatre Initiative’s production of Shovel in the Dirt: A Grave Digger’s Musical (Replotted). Hosted at the...

‘The Flu Season’ at Nomadic Theatre at Georgetown University by Natalie...

Playwright Will Eno has been described by The New York Times as “a Samuel Beckett for the Jon Stewart generation” and it is no...

On March 31st ‘DC SWAN DAY’ Showcases Women Artists in a...

On March 31, 135 female artists in Washington, DC will stick their necks out, stretch their wings, and plunge into SWAN Day. SWAN (Support...

‘The Spitfire Grill’ at Colonial Players by Amanda Gunther

The Colonial Players presents the musical version of the 1996 film The Spitfire Grill with a toe-tapping and melodic score by James Valcq, and with a...

An Interview with ‘Be Careful! The Sharks Will Eat You!’ Writer...

Beginning April 4th MetroStage will present Be Careful! The Sharks Will Eat You! - the compelling tale of one family’s escape from Cuba. The one-man...

Interview with Director Steven J. Satta and Actor Joseph Ritsch of...

Steven Satta Fleming is directing Daniel MacIvor's heartbreaking and funny The Soldier Dreams at Iron Crow Theatre Company, and Steven Satta Fleming is playing Richard.The play is...