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Aneta Kernová and Krista Apple. Photo by Alexander Iziliaev.

Review: ‘Adapt!’ At The Wilma Theater

Adapt! is a new play that tells the story of Lenka, an immigrant from Communist-era Czechoslovakia who dreams of living in New York City. It’s a world premiere production, written and directed by Blanka Zizka, the Wilma Theater’s longtime Artistic Director. Zizka’s play is autobiographical, ambitious, and has much potential. The production values are high, with […]

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Jacqueline E. Lawton.

‘The Playwright’s Playground Series’: Jacqueline E. Lawton Part 3 by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Welcome to the new in-depth interview series ‘The Playwright’s Playground‘ – highlighting local female playwrights in the D.C. Theatre community. Female Theatre artists make up more than 50 percent of those involved in the Theatre, yet the number of female playwrights being produced is dramatically lower. In this series I will interview and introduce DCMTA readers […]

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Playwright in Rehearsal at Gettysburg College

‘The Playwright’s Playground Series’: Jacqueline E. Lawton Part 2 by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Welcome to the new in-depth interview series ‘The Playwright’s Playground’ – highlighting local female playwrights in the D.C. Theatre community. Female Theatre artists make up more than 50 percent of those involved in the Theatre, yet the number of female playwrights being produced is dramatically lower. In this series I will interview and introduce DCMTA […]

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Photo by Jason Hornick.

‘The Playwright’s Playground Series’: Jacqueline E. Lawton Part 1 by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Welcome to the new in-depth interview series The Playwright’s Playground Series, highlighting local female playwrights in the D.C. Theatre community. Female theatre artists make up over fifty percent of those involved in the theatre, yet the number of female playwrights being produced is dramatically lower. In this series I will interview and introduce DCMTA readers to […]

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