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Review: ‘The Portuguese Kid’ at the Manhattan Theatre Club

Jason Alexander was a Broadway baby long before he achieved fame on Seinfeld, but he's had trouble re-establishing himself even though he'd appeared in...

Review: ‘Doubt: A Parable’ at SeeNoSun OnStage

We live in a world where self-righteous anger is the new god. It’s getting to the point where we can barely shift our torches...

Magic Time!: ‘Outside Mullingar’ at The Keegan Theatre

How does a play that starts out about real estate for gosh sake—adjacent farms in rural Ireland—become a heart-wrenching story of adjacent lost souls...

Review #1: ‘Outside Mullingar’ at The Keegan Theatre

Theatre-lovers searching for a sequel to Doubt—John Patrick Shanley’s prize-winning (and frequently revived) play about nuns and priests in an Irish-American enclave of New...

Review: ‘Prodigal Son’ at Manhattan Theatre Club

John Patrick Shanley is a prolific and gifted playwright who's had a Pulitzer Prize and a Tony for his hugely successful play Doubt. He...

‘Outside Mullingar’ at Everyman Theatre

There was a festive atmosphere at Everyman Theatre last night. Irish music played as the audience arrived for the Baltimore/DC Metro premiere of Outside...

‘Doubt: A Parable’ at City of Fairfax Theatre Company

There is a dilemma in this play, as in life, regarding who should be believed and who should be trusted. Are a character’s suspicions...

City of Fairfax Theatre Company Presents ‘Doubt: A Parable’ March 5-8...

The City of Fairfax Theatre Company will present John Patrick Shanley’s Doubt: A Parable on March 5-8 and March 12-15, 2015. Performances will take place...

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...

‘Italian American Reconciliation’ at 1st Stage by Colleen Sproull

On a snowy night, I longed to stay inside and hibernate, but I braved the bad drivers and salt trucks to trek to 1st...

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