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Review: ‘In Cabaret We Trust’ by TBD Immersive at Blind Whino

Tradition Be Damned Immersive has taken over a desanctified church at 700 Delaware Street, SW, Washington, DC. Known as the Blind Whino, or better...

Review: Silver Spring Stage 2017 One Act Festival, Weekend Two

Silver Spring Stage kicks off its fiftieth season with a festival of one-act plays showcasing homegrown writing and acting talent and the can-do spirit...

‘Doubt: A Parable’ has Press Night Tonight at SeeNoSun OnStage at...

SeeNoSun OnStage will open a four-week run of Doubt: A Parable, John Patrick Shanley’s controversial Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning drama. The play examines the Catholic Church...

Review: Source Festival 2016: ‘Secrets & Sound’: Six 10-Minute Plays

Don’t feel like committing to a two-hour show in development? Secrets & Sound: Six 10-Minute Plays is your ticket to theatrical speed-dating. You’re bound...

2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘I Thought the Earth Remembered Me’

Just steps away from the Monroe Street Arts Walk in Brookland, music fills the humid summer air, canvas tents offer shelter from the hustle...

‘The Trap’ at Ambassador Theater

The gaunt and haunted figure of Franz Kafka obsessed the renowned Polish poet, novelist, and dramatist Tadeusz Różewicz (1921-2014). His two-act play The Trap—part expressionistic, part...

‘Under Kafka’s Spell – Różewicz and The Trap’ at Ambassador Theater

The Ambassador Theater is back with its biggest production to date, showcasing a work of one of the greatest post-war poets and playwrights of...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Not Every Card’

Not Every Card is a 50's style caper in an occupied country which may or may not exist when the underground resistance conceives to win...

A Report on ‘TYGER’ at banished? productions

Following a first workshop production at the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Happenings at the Harman series, banished? productions have returned with version two of their...

‘Tigers, Tarot and the Process of Storytelling’ at banished? Productions This...

“We wanted to blur the lines a little between performance and reality,” said lead devisor, Rachel Hynes, “and everybody likes a good mystery.” If...

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