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It’s Opening Night for NextStop Theatre Company’s ‘The 39 Steps’

The official Opening Night of NextStop Theatre Company's production of Alfred Hitchcock's The 39 Steps is tonight at 8 PM in Herndon, VA. It's the first opening night for...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Madam Ambassador’ by Duke Ryan

Madam Ambassador is a comedy of serious intent, but a comedy nonetheless. What I really want people to do is enjoy watching the conniving...

Stage Dad: ‘So Long Billy! It’s Been Good to Know You!’...

No question, it’s time. I knew those words would come at some point, so it’s not a shock to the system, but I’m somewhat surprised...

‘Reaching the NextStop’ Part 2: NextStop Theatre Company’s First Season Season...

I am pleased to announce the first professional season for NextStop Theatre Company. We have developed an exciting season that is focused on the idea...

Remembering Carol Bartlett By Carolyn Kelemen

Dancers gather to celebrate Carol Bartlett, her life and legacy. Most college and prep school dance concerts serve both as a showcase for the dancers...

‘Emma’ at The George Washington University by Alexa Kelly

I have never lived in the eighteenth century, but, in my mind’s eye, I see a quiet era of classical music and gentle manners....

‘Canterbury’ at Pointless Theatre by Pat Davis

It is not exactly Chaucer’s England. Here there are moat bears. There is chocolate, too, along with women who want inordinate quantities of it....

Zachary Appelman on Playing Henry V at Folger Theatre by Joel...

Zachary Appelman has audiences and critics hailing his royal performance as Henry V at Folger Theatre. He tells us how he prepared for the...

Robert Richmond on Directing ‘Henry V’ at Folger Theatre by Joel...

Director Robert Richmond talks about his vision for Henry V at Folger Theatre, which is receiving raves from audiences and local critics alike. Joel: Why did you...

‘Henry V’ at The Folger Theatre by Mark Dewey

Appelman and Cisek Plumb the Depths of Henry at the Folger Theatre For a long time I’ve associated Shakespeare’s Henry V with men who go...

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