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In the Moment: ‘Florida’ from UrbanArias at Atlas Performing Arts Center

Life’s a bitch especially for those struggling with the angst of life -- in this particular case, the characters of the world premiere opera...

Review: ‘Florida’ by UrbanArias

In the second production of their 2017-2018 season, UrbanArias brings the world premiere of Florida to the Atlas Performing Arts Center. Based partly on...

An Interview with ‘The Summer Club’ – Previewing ‘A Big Band...

Since its premiere in the Jersey-shore town of Cape May in July 2014, The Summer Club has been bringing the retro sound of the...

An Interview with Erik Ransom on the Development of His New...

Just back from a production of his musical GRINDR: The Opera in Florida, Erik Ransom organized a private developmental reading of his latest work...

‘No Ransom To Be Paid’ at Pangea: An Update on ‘GRINDR:...

Featured this summer in producer Ed Miller’s No Ransom To Be Paid four-part series at Pangea, the presented works of writer/composer/musician/actor Erik Ransom include...

2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Notes of a Native Song’

“This isn’t the Ken Burns musical documentary on James Baldwin,” said Stew about two-thirds of the way through his latest show, Notes of a...

Reviews: ‘All the Way’ and ‘Ah, Wilderness!’ at the Asolo Repertory...

As a way of plugging in to the national conversation addressing issues of change in the United  States, this highly regarded regional not-for-profit theatre...

2015 Capital Fringe Preview #27: ‘American Lit’ by James F. Bruns

Dropping out of college, I went to live in a trailer in Key West, Florida. I had great ambitions to try and finish a...

DC Black Theatre Festival: ‘Letters from Zora: In Her Own Words’

 The Harlem Renaissance was magically rebirthed through Vanessa Bell Calloway’s phenomenal one-woman performance of Letters from Zora: In Her Own Words at the gala...

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...

Magic Time! A Conversation With ‘Yentl’ Playwright Leah Napolin

Leah Napolin’s Yentl would have to be on any short list of best plays about religion and gender—and the production now at Theater J...

‘The Teen Angel Project’ Auction Is Officially Open!

Teen Angel Project is celebrating our first year of community service in the arts with our Inaugural Gala: Wings! 2013. This would not have...

Walnut Street’s ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ at George Mason...

Walnut Street Theatre’s Independence Studio brought audiences at George Mason University's Center for the Arts a fast-paced adaptation of Jules Verne’s masterpiece Around the...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ