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Review: ‘The Consul, The Tramp, and America’s Sweetheart’ at Best Medicine...

This sold out production by local playwright John Morogiello and directed by Rabbi Stan Levin touched on so many current and historical hot points...

Review: ‘Hello, My Name Is…’ at The Welders

Challenging theatrical conventions, Hello, My Name Is… by Deb Sivigny, directed by Randy Baker, and produced by The Welders is like no other theater production I...

Page-to-Stage New Play Festival: Six Short Plays from Playwrights Collaborative

Some of the most interesting new plays unveiled at this year’s Page-to-Stage Festival--held over the Labor Day weekend at the Kennedy Center--were among those...

Review: ‘Selections From: The Methuen Drama Books of Suffrage Plays’ at...

This review comes after I saw the final performance of Venus Theatre’s remarkable, inspiring, supremely artistic vision: Selections From: The Methuen Drama Books of...

Review: ‘Schoolgirl Figure’ at Cohesion Theatre

Puberty is the worst thing that ever happened to me. I looked fabulous at age ten. This weekend, Schoolgirl Figure, a play written by Wendy MacLeod,...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘PowerPlays’

This clever play is composed of five vignettes with a talented cast and minimalist stage, written by 'The Gang of Five': Marilyn Bennett, J T...

2016 Capital Fringe Preview #27: ‘PowerPlays’ by Michelle Rago

Local, middle-aged playwrights become first-time Fringers They’re eager. They’re excited. They’re budding playwrights. Oh, and some of them are retired. Five local playwrights, somewhat older...

Review: ‘The Pelican’ at Arcturus Theater Company

 Rare Production of Strindberg’s Pelican at Arcturus The Pelican—a Victorian melodrama long abandoned by modern producers —has happily returned to the DC stage in...

Magic Time! OpenStage New Works Showcase

The theater term “packed house” took on all new meaning for me the night I caught this month’s OpenStage New Works Showcase. Not only...

‘The Merchant of Venice’ at The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory

In sooth I know no other way to write my thoughts of seeing friends both here and past bestride the open boards of a holy cockpit to...

Source Festival: ‘Mortality’-Six 10-Minute Plays

Last night I was back at CulturalDC’s Source Festival for Mortality, a series of six 10-minute plays inspired by the full length play, A...

‘She Stoops to Conquer’ at Pallas Theatre Collective

David Mavricos, as the confused suitor, Charles Marlow, exemplifies the quality of Pallas Theatre Collective's production of Oliver Goldsmith's popular farcical romp She Stoops to Conquer....

Pallas Theatre Collective’s ‘She Stoops to Conquer’ Opens Tomorrow at Anacostia...

How Far Would You Go to Get the Life You Know You Deserve? Pallas Theatre Collective is delighted to present She Stoops to Conquer...

‘Blame it on Beckett’ at Montgomery Playhouse at the Gaithersburg Arts...

Ever wonder what goes on--not behind the scenes--but beneath the surface of the performing arts? Such as what might have led to a Bolshoi...

This Sunday, Playwright John Morogiello Leads Q&A With the Cast of...

This Sunday January 12th, Montgomery Playhouse presents a special performance of Blame it on Beckett at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn. There will be a Q...

‘Blame it on Beckett’ Opens Friday at Montgomery Playhouse by Bruce...

Blame it on Beckett, presented by Montgomery Playhouse in partnership with the City of Gaithersburg opens this Friday, Jan. 10th at the Gaithersburg Arts Barn. Written...

‘Blame it on Beckett’ Opens January 10th at Montgomery Playhouse at...

Start the New Year with comedy! Blame it on Beckett by John Morogiello Directed by David Dossey and starring Chris Hawkins, Linda Hirsch, Nick Sampson, and...

‘Following Sarah’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Every race has three parts: the first part you run with your head, where you do all the thinking, letting your mind take over....

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