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In the Moment: Interview with Director Stevie Zimmerman on Special ‘Romeo...

Inspiring generations of theater-goers and music lovers alike is one of the aims of Director Stevie Zimmerman by connecting the talents of the professional...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2016 #9: Best Performances and Ensembles in Plays...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2016 #9: Best Performances in Musicals in Professional Theaters in DC, MD, and VA Are: Gassan Abbas in I Shall Not Hate at Mosaic...

Review: ‘After the War’ at Mosaic Theater Company of DC

When you decide to be a dissident artist--think Paul Robeson--you'd better be willing to suffer the consequences. When you challenge a nation's founding mythology, an...

Magic Time! ‘Backstage with the Women of ‘The Sisters Rosensweig’ at...

When I recently read Wendy Wasserstein’s The Sisters Rosensweig, which opened in 1992, I sensed it was written in response to the women’s movement...

‘Technicolor Life’ at Rep Stage

Three generations of women in one contemporary American family prove “ready for their close-up” in Technicolor Life, a world premiere at Rep Stage in...

‘Ghosts’ at Everyman Theatre

Wonderfully directed by Donald Hicken, the production of Ghosts at Everyman Theater is a moving drama set in the distant past, but updated with...

‘The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism With a Key...

This is a big play,” the playwright Tony Kushner has said without understatement, and without an argument from anyone. It’s sprawling and sweeping and...

‘Colossal’ at Olney Theatre Center

In his curtain speech prior to the opening night performance of Andrew Hinderaker’s Colossal at Olney Theatre Center, Artistic Director Jason Loewith mentioned 'past,...

Capital Fringe Scene Stealers #1-July 18, 2014

Here are our first list of honorees for DCMetroTheaterArts 'Best Scene Stealers of  the 2014 Capital Fringe Festival' ______  Devin Gaither, as Joey, in Rock Bottom...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Bethesda’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Did you know Bethesda means House of Mercy? In Jennie Berman Eng's new play , the city may be anything...

‘The Dresser’ at Everyman Theatre by Amanda Gunther

There is danger in covering up the cracks. You can only hide behind a painted face for so long before the stuffing all comes...

‘The Argument’ at Theater J by David Friscic

Theater J is pulling out all the stops in its current and very polemical production of playwright Alexandra Gersten-Vassilaros' The Argument. Directed with a...

An Interview with The Beaux’ Stratagem’s Eric Poch by Amana Gunther

Swash-swash! Buckle-buckle! The clang of highwaymen’s swords are echoing asunder at Everyman Theatre in their production of The Beaux' Stratagem. I got the chance...

An Interview with Bruce Randolph Nelson on ‘The Beaux Stratagem’ at...

“When a man is courting, his is not himself, he the oil-painting on which the sketch is based.” A witty line of comedy delivered...

‘The Beaux’ Stratagem’ at Everyman Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Disguise is human but finding yourself within your true self and that is indeed happiness. And the happiness is running so high it's maddening...

‘Boeing Boeing’ at Rep Stage by Yvonne French

Get a ticket and fly over to Rep Stage in Columbia, MD, for Boeing Boeing, a completely enjoyable bedroom farce. Boeing Boeing premiered in Paris in...

‘Race’ at Theater J by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Race Matters The Crime: Rape. Or is it Race? The Defendant: Charles Strickland is a man who doesn’t comprehend being told “No,” and one who has never...

Director Jason Loewith on ‘Time Stands Still’ at Everyman Theatre by...

Jason Loewith is directing the critically acclaimed production of Time Stands Still at Everyman Theatre. Jason talks about his vision for the production, and how his...

‘Time Stands Still’ at Everyman Theatre by Amanda Gunther

The most culturally relevant modern dramatic play takes to the stage at Everyman Theatre as they launch their 2012-2013 season with Time Stands Still. Written...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Hamlet’ by Lauren Katz

When I accepted the program for We Happy Few Productions' experimental approach to Hamlet, I have to admit I felt a little apprehensive. However,...

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