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Review: ‘Thurgood’ at The Olney Theatre Center

Thurgood, a one-man-show by George Stevens, Jr., is playing at the Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab at the Olney Theatre Center in Olney. The play is...

Review: ‘Broken Glass’ at Theater J

Shards of unseen, but sharply-felt shattered glass, both of a collapsing marriage and the infamous Kristallnacht (Night of Crystal), are fused together in Arthur Miller’s...

Review: The Great American Rep: ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’ at Everyman...

As the centerpiece of its 25th Anniversary Season, Baltimore’s Everyman Theatre has taken on the daunting task of mounting what are arguably the two greatest...

In the Moment: Theater J’s ‘The Sisters Rosensweig’

What now, two decades after the lives depicted in The Sisters Rosensweig? Certainly Theater J has produced a polished, lovingly curated production of Wendy...

Review: ‘The Sisters Rosensweig’ at Theater J

There’s a strange sound erupting from the JCC most nights. The source is not burlesque or stand-up comedy—although there are elements of both—but a...

Spine: Mosaic Theater Company’s ‘Unexplored Interior’: A ‘Theatre of Conscience’

The Mosaic Theater Company has arrived, and Washington's dense theatrical geography has a different colored star on the horizon. Its inaugural production, the world premiere...

‘Unexplored Interior (This Is Rwanda: The Beginning and End of the...

There comes a moment early in Act One when Raymond, a young man who left his family in Rwanda to learn film making at...

‘Grounded’ at Olney Theatre Center

Grounded provides a unique look into one woman's journey from top-notch fighter pilot, on which her self-image is staked, to a drone pilot sinking...

‘Grounded’ at Everyman Theatre

Everyman Theatre soars high with the Baltimore debut of Grounded, gluing audience members to their seats with an absorbing, emotionally-brimming, one-woman drama by multiple...

‘By The Way, Meet Vera Stark’ at Everyman Theatre

People want their history to be heroic and uplifting, happy and fabulous. They want the heroes and heroines of history to be the same....

‘Hamlet’ at Georgetown University by Eliza Anna Falk

To cheer, or not to cheer?  - The question did not even enter my mind at the conclusion of last night’s sold out performance...

‘The Hampton Years’ at Theater J by Amanda Gunther

To create art simply the sake of it being beautiful is not enough. The artist must infuse their essence, their very being into the...

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