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Review: ‘After the Rehearsal’ and ‘Persona’ at The Kennedy Center

Back in college in Minnesota, I was so into the forlorn films of Ingmar Bergman that I think he affected my mental health. I...

Review: ‘Private Confessions’ at The Kennedy Center

How might one react to finding and reading their mother’s diary after her death? Did she purposely leave the diary so it would be...

Review: ‘Riches’ at Anacostia Playhouse

Act 3 of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf (1962) is entitled, "Exorcism" and, indeed, the infamous Martha and George exorcise their demons,...

Cinema Speak with Sydney-Chanele: Holding Up A Mirror – An Interview...

Since the age of nine, Justin Simien knew that he wanted to be a filmmaker. Years later after attending college at Chapman University in...

‘Fanny and Alexander’ at Nordic Cool 2013 at The Kennedy Center...

An audacious four-hour stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman's Oscar-winning feature film - Fanny and Alexander by Stockholm's Royal Dramatic Theater highlights the Nordic Cool...

Arcturus Theater Company’s ‘3 by Samuel Beckett: That Time, Embers, &...

As a new theater company working on its first production, Arcturus Theater Company has been spending a good portion of its efforts simply building...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ