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Review: ‘It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play’ at Walnut...

Is seeing a Christmas show in November too early for you? When I went to see this show during the first week of November,...

Fringe Encore Series 2017 Review: ‘6 Guitars’ at SoHo Playhouse

Despite the hiatus of FringeNYC in 2017, SoHo Playhouse is presenting a full line-up for its 12th annual Fringe Encore Series in September and...

2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Joan Crawford in Her Own Words’...

Created by Michael McHugh, directed by Peter Tupitza, and starring the fabulous Eric Singel, JC Productions’ revival of Joan Crawford in Her Own Words...

Review: ‘A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum’...

Want to make one of the zaniest shows of all time even zanier? Just add Frank Ferrante. Ferrante has directed the Walnut’s new production of...

Review: ‘Shakespeare in Hollywood’ at the Stagecrafters Theater

A good American farce is as rare as a diamond. If you can write a crazy comedy that will keep audiences laughing, regional and...

A Preview with the Cast and Team of ‘The Vanity’ at...

What do you get when you mix The Picture of Dorian Gray with Sunset Boulevard and Valley of the Dolls? A high-camp melodramatic parody...

Review: ‘Cagney’ at The Westside Theatre in NYC

  Renowned as one of the greatest actors from the Golden Age of Hollywood, James Cagney (1899-1986) was a proverbial triple threat who could do...

Review: ‘City of Angels’ at NextStop Theatre Company

Los Angeles may be named after those who pride themselves in virtue and goodness, but NextStop Theatre Company’s production of City of Angels is...

‘By George, By Ira, By Gershwin’ at The In Series

The In Series brings to life some of the funnest and iconic music of the 20th century by George Gershwin with most song lyrics by...

2015 Capital Fringe Preview #27: ‘American Lit’ by James F. Bruns

Dropping out of college, I went to live in a trailer in Key West, Florida. I had great ambitions to try and finish a...

‘Dirty Blonde’ at the Little Theatre of Alexandria

Dirty Blonde, written by Claudia Shear and directed by Jennifer Lyman, follows two stories: the rise to fame of star Mae West and the...

Bellini’s ‘La Sonnambula’ (The Sleepwalker) at The In Series

It’s eleven o’clock. Do you know where your children are? A question we’ve become accustomed to, it’s meant to both prod us and reassure us...

Spine: Hip-Hop, Flow, and ‘How We Got On’

When I think of Hip-Hop my imagination immediately flies to urban America, to a gritty, "tougher than leather" New York City filled with N.W.A,...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Four Dogs and a Bone’

(Best of the Fringe!) Welcome to the savage world of moviemaking where success-hungry humans, snarl and growl at each other like dogs fighting for a...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘Dateline Macbeth’ by Quattro Gatti Theatre Company

Making a Mystery: Quattro Gatti Draws on Shakespeareʼs Macbeth to Create the Ultimate True Crime Progam. On Saturday, June 15th at 4 am, Quattro Gattiʼs company...

Interviews With Indie Filmmakers: Zach Clark by Teresa McCormick Ertel

With his third feature film, writer and director Zach Clark delivers an unconventional dark comedy of a wife's search for Christmas spirit in the wake of an...

‘The Lunch and Judy Show’: ‘Auditions’ by Judy Stadt

I am the host and creator and writer and editor of The Lunch and Judy Show. I am so honored to bring you The Lunch...

‘The Lunch and Judy Show’: ‘California…Here I Went!’ by Judy Stadt

I am the host and creator and writer and editor of The Lunch and Judy Show. I am so honored to bring you The Lunch...

ARTISTIC SPOTLIGHT: An Interview with the Founder and Producing Director of...

ARTISTIC SPOTLIGHT: Ed Herendeen “New plays are the future,” says Ed Herendeen, the Producing Director of the Contemporary American Theater Festival (CATF), located in Shepherdstown,...

‘Heartless’ at Contemporary American Theater Festival (CATF) by Mark Dewey

Shephard’s Heartless Probes an In-between Existence All I remember from my first encounter with Sam Shepard’s plays is that one of the characters in La...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ