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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 was there no empty folding chair; the show went on stage in what was literally a private home. To be exact, it was the exposed-brick-walled living room of Kris Swanson and […]

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Landless’ Opens ‘Sweeney Todd – Prog Metal Version’ This Weekend and DCMTA Coverage

Landless Theatre Company’s Sweeney Todd – Prog Metal Version opens Thursday night at Warehouse Theater. Sweeney Todd -Prog Metal Version plays from August 7-31, 2014 at Warehouse Theater – 645 New York Avenue, NW, in Washington, DC. Purchase tickets online. DCMetroTheaterArts has been honored to have had the ‘breaking news’ of the show and here’s our coverage: LINKS: Attend […]

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Capital Fringe Scene Stealers #1-July 18, 2014

Here are our first list of honorees for DCMetroTheaterArts ‘Best Scene Stealers of  the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival’ ______  Devin Gaither, as Joey, in Rock Bottom [A Rock Opus] Reacting to Blood Orphans Being Dropped “Blood Orphans’ band manager is Joey, and as played terrifically by Devin Gaither, she’s one foxy, feisty boss lady. Gaither pretty […]

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Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘Rock the Warehouse’: Interviews with the Writer/Directors of CapFringe’s ‘Rock Bottom [A Rock Opus]’ and ‘The 27 Club’

The Warehouse Theater seems to be the performance space that won’t die. A main venue for the Capital Fringe Festival since its inception, it’s also been home to countless performances for a variety of theater companies. Once slated for destruction, it keeps rising from the ashes – much like some of the productions slated there […]

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Attend The Tale: Cast Announcement for Landless’ Summer of Rock productions of ‘Sweeney Todd – Prog Metal Version’ and ‘Rock Bottom’ [A Rock Opus] by Landless Theatre Company

The Landless Theatre Company announces casting for Summer of Rock productions at Warehouse Theatre: Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd – Prog Metal Version and Rock Bottom [A Rock Opus]. Both productions will incorporate distinguished vocalists from local metal and rock bands, including A Sound of Thunder, Aries, Cassandra Syndrome and Los Swamp Monsters. “We’re developing a […]

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The Baltimore Rock Opera Society Holding Auditions on Sunday & Monday, 6/1-2 for “The Electric Pharoah” and ‘Gründlehämmer’ Video

The Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS) is holding auditions this Sunday and Monday, June 1 and 2 for “badass” actors, singers and dancers for their upcoming world-premiere, The Electric Pharaoh.  Auditions are 1:00 – 7:30p.m. Sunday and 7:00 – 10:00p.m. at BROS Headquarters at the Bell Foundry, 1st floor – 1539 North Calvert Street, in Baltimore, […]

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‘Gründlehämmer’ at Baltimore Rock Opera Society

In a world where the sacred legend of rock and roll is no longer sacred nor safe…there lays a kingdom…the kingdom of…BROTOPIA!! Reinvented for its 5 year anniversary, the Baltimore Rock Opera Society, known better as The BROS, have remounted their inaugural rock opera Gründlehämmer here in Baltimore before it takes to the road on […]

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Landless Theatre Company Presents ‘Richard Campbell’s Frankenstein: A Prog-Metal Rock Opera’ on Monday, November 25th at 8 PM at The Black Cat

Landless Theatre Company gives you a Franksgiving to remember! Come see the musical that DCMetroTheaterArts’ Amanda Gunther called: “A mind-blowing, face-melting, phenomenal experience! A must-see; the sheer talent alone will literally leave you in awe. With incredible costumes and an orchestra to die for, this rock opera is a rare delight for musical, opera, and classic literary fans […]

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‘Frankenstein’ at Landless Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

It’s alive! The classic horror line from Mary Shelley’s iconic novel encompasses so much more than just noting the doctor’s dark discovery when it comes to Landless Theatre Company’s newest production: Frankenstein. A world premier of Richard Campbell’s Prog Metal Opera graces the stage for a mind-blowing, face-melting, phenomenal experience that brings a revitalized life […]

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