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‘The Gifts of the Magi’ at Maryland Ensemble Theatre

O. Henry’s short story, The Gift of the Magi, has been the stuff of Christmas memories for over a century. The Mark St. Germain...

‘Murder at the Howard Johnson’s’ at the Washington County Playhouse Dinner...

Murder at the Howard Johnson's, written by Ron Clark and Sam Bobrick, is a laugh-out-loud riot featuring a woman, her husband and her lover...

Willa Murphy on Playing Emily in ‘Chatroom’ at Round House Theatre

Chatroom is playing this weekend at Round House Theatre and Willa Murphy talks about playing Emily. Joel: Introduce yourself and tell us about your theatre...

‘Clybourne Park’ at Maryland Ensemble Theatre

A Then and Now Tour: Clybourne Park at Maryland Ensemble Theatre Taking a modern twist on Lorraine Hansberry’s seminal play, A Raisin in the Sun, Bruce...

‘Light of Night’ at Venus Theatre Company

Love is more than safety and self-sacrifice; it is freedom and being able to receive someone else’s sacrifice. A stronger message will be tough...

Act Two @ Levine Music Students Perform ‘Parade’ for Show’s Composer...

Students of Act Two @ Levine Music Pre-Professional Program performed the Tony Award-winning musical Parade for the show's composer and lyricist, Jason Robert Brown....

‘Clybourne Park’ at The Arlington Players by Julia Scherer-Hoock

It is tempting to be fooled into believing that we live in a post-racial America. After all, institutionalized racism is long gone, we’ve elected...

Act Two@Levine’s Pre-Professional Program and ‘Parade’ at The Kogod Cradle at...

It is always a privilege to support aspiring young artists and the wonderful organizations and professionals who provide them with training and opportunities to...

Eitan Mazia on Playing Leo Frank in ‘Parade’ at Act Two...

First of all, I cannot thank Director Kevin Kuchar enough for allowing me the privilege to play this role, especially at such a young...

Amanda Silverstein on Playing Lucille Frank in Act Two @ Levine’s...

Parade is not just a musical. It isn’t one of those shows where the audience wants to get up and dance and leaves feeling...

An Interview with Director Sherrionne Brown on Directing ‘Harvey’ at Vagabond...

A Pooka is coming! And a Pooka is here! The Vagabond Players production of Harvey is going strong; an incredibly fascinating look at the...

The Pre-Professional Program of Act Two @ Levine Presents ‘PARADE’ January...

The Pre-Professional Program of Act Two @ Levine is proud to present PARADE In 1913, Leo Frank, a Brooklyn-raised Jew living in Georgia, is put...

‘Parade’ at Kensington Arts Theatre by Amanda Gunther

A breathtakingly stunning and hauntingly dramatic musical takes to the stage as Kensington Arts Theatre launches their fall season. Directed by Craig Pettinati with...

‘The Glass Menagerie’ at Everyman Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Time is the longest distance between two points; between the beginning of a tale and the end of one, and Everyman Theatre sets out...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Mark Twain’s Riverboat Extravaganza’ by Maddie Gaw

We have a few rules here at DCMetroTheaterArts, and one of those rules is to keep our reviews focused on the show that we,...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Mark Twain’s Riverboat Extravaganza!’ at Pointless...

After wrapping up our first official show The Sleeping Beauty in Summer 2010, Director Matt Reckeweg started talking about the future of Pointless Theatre. At...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ