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Review: Source Festival 2016: ‘Static’

In Tom Horan’s Static, directed by Bridget Grace Sheaff, Emma (Amy Horan), a perky millennial, inherits, after her father’s death, the sad task of...

New Video Highlights Added: ‘Jekyll & Hyde in Concert’ at Young...

If ever anyone is in doubt of the future of the arts, go and see a production by the Young Artists of America (YAA)....

‘Jekyll & Hyde in Concert’ at Young Artists of America at...

If ever anyone is in doubt of the future of the arts, go and see a production by the Young Artists of America (YAA)....

Extra! Extra! An Interview with Ben Cook: He’s Home and He’s...

Ben Cook is returning home and will be dancing his heart out in Newsies at The National Theatre. I had a chance to catch...

‘The Language Archive’ at Silver Spring Stage

The Language Archive at the Silver Spring Stage, is not a play about the language of love but of language and love, or more specifically,...

“It’s Only Words…But Words are All We Have”: The ‘Language Archive’...

With so many words in the world, why do people so often have trouble finding the right ones to say to each other? It’s what...

‘Anything Goes’ at Howard University

Howard University's Department of Theatre Arts' Anything Goes, currently on the boards at the Ira Aldridge Theater, is a show to which everyone should go see....

A ‘Tiny’ Interview with Director Jessica Aimone of ‘The Tiny House...

I got super-excited when I found out Pinky Swear is doing an immersive theatre piece (or pieces) at DC’s own Tiny House community, Boneyard...

‘Masquerade’ at Wolf Pack Theatre Company

When I was watching Wolf Pack Theatre Company's intense Masquerade last night, written and directed by William D. Leary, I shook my head several times and...

Meet the Cast of Wolf Pack Theatre Company’s ‘Masquerade’ Part 6:...

In Part Six of a series of interviews with the cast of Wolf Pack Theatre Company’s production of Masquerade, meet Carol V. Calhoun (Emma).  Joel: Where have theatregoers...

‘Stupid Fucking Bird’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Stupid Fucking Bird, Aaron Posner's 2013 adaptation of Anton Chekhov's late 19th century The Seagull, returns like the phoenix to Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company with...

Stage Dad: “Life in the ‘Dead Zone’ by Glenn Cook

My son and I seem to be in a “dead zone” career wise, and neither of us is too happy about it. The difference, of...

‘Over the River and Through the Woods’ at Prince George’s Little...

Tengo familgia! In English it doesn’t translate to anything more than “support your family” but in Italian it means so much more. Prince George’s...

THE BEST OF 2013: ‘Favorite Children’s, High School, and University Productions...

Here are the choices of The Staff of DCMetroTheaterArts for our Favorite productions and performances in Children's Theatre and High School and University productions...

‘After the Revolution’ at Theater J by John Stoltenberg

Who would have guessed that a family drama about everyday ethics and far-left ideology could be so engrossing and engaging, the characters so real...

Source Festival: ‘Afterward: Six 10-Minutes Plays’ by Anne Tsang

Its that time of year again! Summer in DC means theater festival time! First up, is CulturalDC’s three-week long Source Festival, now celebrating its...

‘Stupid Fucking Bird’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

Life is what you make of it; happy or miserable, good or bad, it doesn’t matter because life just goes on and on and...

Local Actor Michael John Casey Directs Two Shows at ‘Arts on...

Arts on the Horizon, the first dedicated theater for very young children in the United States, presents its world-premiere production of The Young Spectaculars...

‘Contractions’ at The Studio Theatre’s 2ndStage by David Friscic

The Studio Theatre's 2ndStage has produced a very exciting and provocative new play by Mike Bartlett entitled Contractions The message of this play is that we are often...

‘Jekyll & Hyde’ at The Kennedy Center by Mara Bayewitz

Jekyll and Hyde is simply miraculous, and chilling, sexy, romantic, ironic, dangerous, tragic, jaded, modern, classic, kinky, edgy, and absolutely spectacular. The musical is...

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