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Review: ‘The Consul, The Tramp, and America’s Sweetheart’ at Best Medicine...

This sold out production by local playwright John Morogiello and directed by Rabbi Stan Levin touched on so many current and historical hot points...

Report on: ‘Suddenly Last Summmer’ and ‘Justice Disordered’ Readings at Rainbow...

One of Tennessee Williams’ bleaker, darker plays,-- the one-act dramatic cry of despair, Suddenly Last Summer (which was expanded beyond its more compressed scope...

‘George is Dead’ at The Klunch (Review #2)

Elaine May's George is Dead is a brutally funny, wincingly and wickedly unsympathetic depiction of life among the social classes in our Late Capitalist era,...

‘George is Dead’ at The Klunch

The Klunch, a newly formed theater company launched by Ian Allen, former artistic director of Cherry Red Productions,  inaugurated its first season with the...

Ian Allen’s ‘The Klunch’ Opens its 1st Production: ‘George is Dead’...

CHERRY RED PRODUCTIONS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR IAN ALLEN FOUNDS “THE KLUNCH” A NEW THEATER COLLECTIVE OPENS ITS FIRST PRODUCTION: ELAINE MAY’S GEORGE IS DEAD AT DC ARTS CENTER THURSDAY, DECEMBER...

Ian Allen Founds New Theater Company: ‘The Klunch’ and Announces 1st...

CHERRY RED PRODUCTIONS ARTISTIC DIRECTOR IAN ALLEN FOUNDS “THE KLUNCH” A NEW THEATER COLLECTIVE FIRST PRODUCTION TO BE THE DC PREMIERE OF ELAINE MAY’S GEORGE IS...

‘Twelve Angry Men’ at The American Century Theater

In this famous, thrilling court-room drama, 12 jurors deliberate over the fate of an alleged murderer. The case seems clear-cut. They open the play...

The American Century Theater Ends Its 20th and Final Season With...

The American Century Theater ends its twentieth and final season with the first play it produced in Arlington, VA:Reginald Rose's Twelve Angry Men, directed...

‘Bang the Drum Slowly’ at The American Century Theater by David...

The American Century Theater (TACT), a stalwart presence in the DC area theatre community, is now presenting the stage adaptation by Eric Simonson of...

Hope Operas Video Roundup-Final Week #4 by Ally Jenkins and Lucrezia...

Watch hosts Ally Jenkins and Lucrezia Blozia (aka Chris Griffin) as they bring us a video recap of the fourth and final week - Monday,...

Hope Operas Video Recap of Week #3-Monday, October 21st With Ally...

Watch hosts Ally Jenkins and Lucrezia Blozia (aka Chris Griffin) as they bring us a video recap of the third week - Monday, October 21,...

Hope Operas Video Recap of Week #2-Monday, October 14th With Ally...

Watch hosts Ally Jenkins and Lucrezia Blozia (aka Chris Griffin) as they bring us a video recap of the second week - Monday, October 14,...

Hope Operas Video Recap of Week #1-Monday, October 7th With Ally...

For the next 3 weeks Hosts Ally Jenkins and Lucrezia Blozia (aka Chris Griffin) will be bringing DCMetroTheaterArts readers a special weekly recap video of...

‘The Socky Horror Puppet Show’ at Nu Sass Productions by Justin...

Sing it with me! “It's time to play the music / It's time to light the lights...” Oh, no, wait. That's those other singing...

‘Socky Horror Puppet Show’ Presented by Nu Sass Productions This Friday-Sunday...

The second installment of the Sock Puppet Series is here. After an amazing reception for Into the Woods: In Concert last year, NU SASS has decided...

FallFringe Review: ‘R.U.X.’ (Rockwell’s Universal seXbots) by Cyle Durkee

Robot Sex. Perfect Fringe show, right? You would think so. And it almost is. R.U.X. is about an embattled businessman named Rockwell. Rockwell Jr....

‘R.U.X.’ is back at FallFringe by Maurice Martin

The idea that a person might have sex with a robot came my way via the movie Westworld. Michael Crichton wrote that story about...

‘J.B.’ at The American Century Theater by Francine Schwartz

The American Century Theater's (TACT) entertaining and colorful production of the 1958 Pulitzer Prize-winning and 1959 Tony Award-winning Best Play J.B. by Archibald MacLeish is...

Capital Fringe Review: R.U.X. (Rockwell’s Universal SeXbots) by Ally Jenkins

Originally produced as a serial play as part of the 2011 Hope Operas, an annual charity event, R.U.X. has remounted for this year's Fringe...

Coming to the Capital Fringe Festival: “R.U.X.” by Maurice Martin

The idea that a person might have sex with a robot came my way via the movie Westworld. Michael Crichton wrote that story about...

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