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Review: ‘Harry and the Thief’ at Strand Theater Company

It’s admirable when a playwright takes on depicting a public figure when creating a show that questions history. Putting words in the mouth of...

Review: ‘Hexagon 2016: Red, White, & Voters’ Blues’

America’s fascination with mobile phones, drones, and Fitbits were all parodied in the 2016 Hexagon show, but in this year of unprecedented political rancor,...

Review: ‘A Change Gon’ Come’ by ANKH Repertory Theatre Company, The...

One concern of many parents and grandparents is that their children will lose sight of  family history. A Change Gon’ Come, by Kashi-Tara, dramatically...

The Playwright’s Playground: Legacies and Storytelling – An Interview with Playwright...

Will Power is an award-winning playwright and performer, rapper, and international educator. Currently on the faculty at The Meadows School of the Arts/SMU, Power...

‘Crossing’ at Signature Theatre by Derek Mong

As the introductory letter in the Signature Theatre’s program proudly proclaims, it’s “an exciting time at Signature,” and Signature Theatre’s production of Crossing is...

‘The Ressurection of Alice’ at The Essential Theatre by John Stoltenberg

If you like theatrical storytelling—the kind that catches you by the heartstrings, gets you all wrapped up, then doesn’t let loose until the very...

‘Underground Railroad: An Evening with Kathleen Battle’ at Strathmore by Lauren...

Last night, soprano Kathleen Battle performed a concert of spirituals that rang throughout the rafters at The Music Center at Strathmore with the help of...

‘Holly Near’ at Wolf Trap by Eric Denver

The packed Holly Near concert last night  at the Barns at Wolf Trap was a coming home for me. The last time I saw...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘AARP the Musical and Harriet 2.0’ by Doug...

The Capital Fringe Festival constantly reminds us that art and theater have no boundaries. AARP the Musical and Harriet 2.0 is another fine example...

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