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Review: ‘By the Bog of Cats’ at The Irish Heritage Theatre

“To the Bog of Cats I one day will return In mortal form or in ghostly form And I will find you there and there with...

Review: ‘Leper + Chip’ at Inis Nua Theatre Company

The goal of Inis Nua Theatre Company is to “tell the story.” In its American premiere of Irish playwright Lee Coffey’s Leper + Chip...

Review: ‘An Irish Carol’ at The Keegan Theatre

For the 6th year in a row, The Keegan Theatre is paying tribute to the Dickens classic A Christmas Carol, with their production of...

A Preview of Inis Nua Theatre Company’s ‘Dublin by Lamplight’ with...

Hot off a Barrymore win for Best Ensemble in a Play for Inis Nua Theatre Company’s The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning and having received...

Review: ‘The Plough and the Stars’ from the Abbey Theatre at...

An adventurous new take on Sean O’Casey’s The Plough and the Stars brings a fragile yet startling version of the Irish classic to the...

Review: ‘The Plough and the Stars’ at The Irish Heritage Theatre...

Exactly 100 years ago, a group of Irish poets, musicians, writers and dreamers seized the Dublin Post Office, (yes, that’s right, the Post Office)...

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,...

‘This Lime Tree Bower’ at Quotidian Theatre Company

The Irish are legendary storytellers, and Conor McPherson’s play, one of his earliest, is a rollicking but thought-provoking tale of adventurous misadventure, told as...

‘Once’ at The Kennedy Center

Brilliantly blending theatricality and intimacy, the 2012 Tony Award-winning best musical Once officially opened last night at The Kennedy Center’s Eisenhower Theater, championing the awe-inspiring power...

2015 Capital Fringe Preview #7: Interviews with the Writer/Director/Producer and Cast...

In Part 2 of a series of interviews with the writer, producer, and director and the cast of Girl with Two Belly Buttons, meet Kathryn...

‘Shining City’ at Port City Playhouse

I could hardly contain my anticipation before seeing the Port City Playhouse's production of Shining City, directed by Becky Patton. The critically acclaimed play,...

An Interview with Studio Theatre’s ‘Terminus’ Cast and Director: Part Three:...

This is Part Three of Three of a discussion with the cast of Terminus at The Studio Theatre: Nanna Ingvarsson, Katie Ryan, and Dylan Morrison Myers, and their director...

An Interview with Studio Theatre’s ‘Terminus’ Cast and Director: Part Two:...

This is Part Two of Three of a discussion with the cast of Terminus at The Studio Theatre: Nanna Ingvarsson, Katie Ryan, and Dylan Myers, and their director Tom...

An Interview with Studio Theatre’s ‘Terminus’ Cast and Director: Part One:...

This is Part One of Three of a discussion with the cast of Terminus at The Studio Theatre: Nanna Ingvarsson, Katie Ryan, and Dylan Morrison Myers, and their...

‘Molly’ at Scena Theatre

Scena has gone green, and I’m not talking about reusable grocery bags. Concurrent with their production of Conor McPherson’s Shining City, Scena is mounting...

Quotidian Theatre Company Unveils Its 2014-2015 Season

Quotidian Theatre Company Announces its 17th season! QTC's 2014-2015 season includes a fresh take on an international classic, a modern comedy from a Tony Award-winning...

Rodrigo y Gabriela at Wolf Trap

International guitarists Rodrigo y Gabriela greeted a jam-packed concert hall and lawn at Wolf Trap’s Filene Center last night, in a full evening of...

‘Rodrigo y Gabriela’ at Strathmore by Keith Tittermary

In the early 1990s, Rodrigo Sanchez and Gabriela Quintero met playing in a metal band in their native Mexico City. After a record deal...

SCENA Celebrates its 25th Anniversary with December 16th Gala by Monica...

SCENA Celebrates its 25th Anniversary December 16th with a Gala Event featuring international artists Washington’s premiere cultural institution for international drama is celebrating its 25th...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ