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Spine: Love and Menace in ‘The Lover’ and ‘The Collection’ at...

Early Pinter is marked by menace. The Room, The Birthday Party, and The Homecoming leave a chill in the air, and in the audience's agitated brain. We are...

Review: ‘The Lover’ and ‘The Collection’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company

The pairing of a director and a playwright is a mysterious thing. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn’t. But sometimes, as here, it is...

Magic Time!: ‘The Lover’ and ‘The Collection’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company

The great Irish actor Lisa Dwan is in town doing something with the playwright Harold Pinter right now at the Lansburgh Theatre that is...

Review: ‘Betrayal’ at Allens Lane Theater

Adultery, the trespass that has fascinated human beings through the ages, offers many emotional highs and lows. There is the desire that overwhelms all...

Review: ‘Blackbird’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

When Una, the 27 year-old British woman at the center of David Harrower’s startling and complex play Blackbird, tells a man named Ray, 15...

Review: ‘Our Mother’s Brief Affair’ at Manhattan Theatre Club at The...

Richard Greenberg's new play is of the school from which the story "The Lady or the Tiger?" sprang. It has enigmatic hints of Harold...

‘Betrayal’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre

In a season devoted to shows that play with fire, Fells Point Corner Theatre’s second production, Betrayal by Harold Pinter, keeps the flames alive....

‘Old Times’ at Roundabout Theatre at the American Airlines Theatre...

Harold Pinter must be smiling down on 42nd Street where the Roundabout is currently presenting his Old Times at the American Airlines Theatre. For starters,...

Meet the Assistant Director of 1st Stage’s ‘One Man, Two Guvnors’:...

This is part 4 in a series of interviews with the cast and Assistant Director of 1st Stage's One Man, Two Guvnors.' Meet Assistant...

An Interview with Playwright Julia Jarcho On Her Play ‘Grimly Handsome’...

The singular voice of 2013 Obie Award-winning playwright Julia Jarcho is coming to the area. Wait, you haven't heard of her? Well, she hasn't...

The Playwright’s Playground: SOURCE Festival 2014 – Interview with Playwright Sarah...

The Playwright’s Playground is a monthly in-depth conversation with a local female playwright in the D.C. theatre community. Female theatre artists make up more...

‘No Man’s Land’ at WSC Avant Bard by Audrey Thornton

True to author Harold Pinter’s many talented literary works and dark psychological themes, the opening night of No Man’s Land on May 2, 2013,...

WSC Avant Bard Makes Season Changes & Performs at Theatre on...

WSC Avant Bard has made some changes to its Season Schedule and will be performing at Theatre on the Run and Catholic University's Callan...

‘The Birthday Party’ at Idly Bent Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

The new year brings a new show to the DCAC as Idly Bent Theatre Company presents Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party. Director Anne Cecelia Haney's...

Idly Bent Theatre Company Comes to DC and Opens ‘The Birthday...

What’s new about a new theatre company? The question hums perpetually on the lips of DC theatregoers, as fresh independent art springs up beneath the...

‘The Dumb Waiter’ and ‘Trifles’ at Unexpected Stage Company by Kim...

Who? What? Why? These are just the first of many questions that arise during Unexpected Stage Company’s newest production, a double bill of Harold Pinter’s...

Unexpected Stage Company Presents Harold Pinter’s ‘The Dumb Waiter’ & Susan...

Welcome to the Edge of your Seat; Unexpected Stage Company Presents Harold Pinter’s The Dumb Waiter and Susan Glaspell’s Trifles, July 20-August 12. Harold Pinter...

An Interview with Sleuth’s Bob Ari and Jeffries Thaiss by Joel...

Bob Ari and Jeffries Thaiss are having a blast performing in Sleuth. They fill us in about their roles and working with Artistic Director Jim...

‘Sleuth’ at Olney Theatre Center by Katie Elizabeth Quinn

“That’s detective fact, not detective fiction,” says one character to another in Anthony Shaffer’s Sleuth, now playing at Olney Theatre Center. It’s a line that’s...

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