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Review: ‘The Present’ at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre

In the beginning there was a play by Anton Chekov that was simply called “a long play without a title”. He’d written a first draft of it in 1878, later called it Fatherlessness. He gave it to his older brother Alexander who told him he found it untruthful, and suggested he give up playwrighting altogether. […]

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Idly Bent Theatre Company Comes to DC and Opens ‘The Birthday Party’ on January 9, 2013 by Scott Dunn

What’s new about a new theatre company? The question hums perpetually on the lips of DC theatregoers, as fresh independent art springs up beneath the layers of an established theatre community. It’s especially poignant for a new company that wasn’t even born there, and is making a home for itself in Washington for the New Year. Such a […]

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