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Review: ‘The Turn of the Screw’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company

This staged reading of Henry James’ story proves that a small, scaled-down production can produce chills and suspense; all it takes is a good...

‘The Turn of the Screw’ by the Hub Opera Ensemble at...

On Saturday, October 3, 2015 the Columbia Festival of the Arts, as part of their Fall Festival: The British Invasion, presented the Hub Opera...

In the Moment: Creative Cauldron’s Summer Cabaret

Ah, the enduring popularity of sophisticated, stylish cabaret entertainment. Now add-in musical artists who easily mix the known American Songbook standards with the less...

‘The Turn of the Screw’ at Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace

Creative Cauldron presents the World Premiere of The Turn of the Screw, a musical adaptation of Henry James' novella, with Book and Lyrics written...

‘The Tempest’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company

“We work in the dark - we do what we can - we give what we have. Our doubt is our passion, and our...

The Playwright’s Playground: The Lonely and the Brave – An Interview...

Writing is deeply personal. For David Adjmi, playwright of Marie Antoinette, writing is not only personal it is something that is stirring, deeply passionate,...

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...

Film Review: ‘What Maisie Knew’ by Leslie Weisman

When Henry James wrote What Maisie Knew at the turn of the twentieth century, little did he dream that more than a century later it...

‘Ghost-Writer’ at MetroStage by Yvonne French

In 1897, American writer Henry James got writer's cramp and hired Theodora Bosanquet to take dictation on the newly invented typewriter in an arrangement...

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