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Review: ‘A Delicate Balance’ at Peace Mountain Theatre Company

Laurie T. Freed knows Edward Albee's work and has directed his plays several times. Her brilliant direction is evident in the exceptional moving and...

In The Moment: A Preview of the DC Shorts Film Festival...

Ah, the end of August. The August month-long Congressional recess will be ending soon. DC area schools at all levels are opening momentarily. We can...

HCC’s Arts Collective Reschedules Auditions for ‘Ragtime’ to Saturday, February 8th...

 HCC’s Arts Collective Reschedules Auditions for Ragtime To:  SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8th From 10 AM-2 PM. Appointments Still Available!  Due to Recent Inclement Weather-Related Closure (2/3) at...

Time for Three at the Kennedy Center by Emily Cao

Time for Three took to the Terrace Theater stage at The Kennedy Center on Monday night as part of the Fortas Chamber Music Concerts...

Interviews with the 2014 Helen Hayes Nominees: Part 2: Tobias Young...

Here's an interview with Tobias Young who is nominated for Outstanding Supporting Actor, Resident Musical for playing Piragua Man in In the Heights at Toby's Dinner Theatre. ______ Es calor!...

Arts Collective @HCC Holds Auditions for ‘Ragtime the Musical’ Tomorrow 2/1...

Open Auditions: All Ages and Ethnicities Encouraged to Attend  HCC’s Arts Collective Announces Auditions for Ragtime TOMORROW, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1ST AND MONDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2014 Arts...

Interviews with the 2014 Helen Hayes Nominees: Part 1: David Gregory...

Here's an interview with David Gregory who is nominated for Outstanding Lead Actor, Resident Musical for playing Usnavi in In the Heights at Toby's Dinner Theatre. ______ Lights...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Songs From An Unmade Bed’ by Keith Tittermary

According to the program notes: “In 2005, lyricist Mark Campbell asked 18 different composers to put music to his portrait of a smart, resilient, wry,...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Outside the Wire’ by Pat Davis

Outside the Wire is a compelling and moving portrait of the toll war takes on soldiers and their families. Written by Jimi Stanton, who plays...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Thank You for Staring’ by Veronique MacRae

The commonality of all people is life experience. Those experiences may be ones of celebration while other experiences are ones of struggle or challenge. Yet...

Filichia on Friday: ‘Cradle and All’ by Peter Filichia

Here is a new article from Peter Filichia's column on Kritzerland called 'Filichia on Friday.' It's an honor to bring Peter's column every week to...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Someone to Watch Over Me’ by...

In this city of Washington, DC, the seat of political power in American rests.  Despite our inescapable connection to the government workings of the...

DC Area’s T. Scott Ross, Greg Bosworth, and Carrie A. Johnson...

Three local actors are in the cast of Buddy - The Buddy Holly Story which stops at Wolf Trap's Filene Center tomorrow and Wednesday night....

Edward Staudenmayer on Playing Lord Evelyn Oakleigh in ‘Anything Goes’ by...

It didn't surprise me when Edward Staudenmayer stopped the show with his outrageous performance of "The Gypsy in Me" (with Rachel York) in Anything...

‘Taming of the Shrew’ at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company by Amanda Gunther

Be prepared to wrangle up a tempest in the form of a lady, that is, as Chesapeake Shakespeare Company presents the second half of...

2013 Capital Fringe Preview: ‘Thank You for Staring’ by Patrice Gerideau

You are so Ugly… Can you imagine hearing those words everyday of your life?  I can. In my twenties, I developed a skin condition, vitiligo,...

Filichia on Friday: ‘June’s Leftovers and July’s Brainteaser’ by Peter Filichia

Here is a new article from Peter Filichia's column on Kritzerland called 'Filichia on Friday.' It's an honor to bring Peter's column every week to...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘How to Have it All: The...

Alumni of the National Conservatory of Dramatic Arts return to the Fringe stage for the fifth straight year, now with a new company name...

‘Ass Chronicles’ at DC Black Theatre Festival by Yvonne French

Ass Chronicles is a booty call and a call to booty power. Playwright Empress Joyner was inspired by The Vagina Monologues, for which she was...

‘XX Chromosome Genome Project’ at Hamilton Arts Center by ZSun-nee Matema

XX Chromosome Genome Project, playing at the Hamilton Arts Center Black Box Theater in Baltimore, is a sensuous, riveting tale of women on the...

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