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Review: ‘The Pelican’ at Arcturus Theater Company

 Rare Production of Strindberg’s Pelican at Arcturus The Pelican—a Victorian melodrama long abandoned by modern producers —has happily returned to the DC stage in...

Review: ‘The Winter’s Tale’ at Baltimore Shakespeare Factory

Shakespeare presents a language barrier for actors and audience alike. Typically, companies affect British accents (“received pronunciation” - not everyone is a fan), though...

Spine: ‘In Session’ by La Petite Noiseuse Productions

Mónica López-González's new play, In Session, now playing at Johns Hopkins' Swirnow Theatre, ripples with ideas -- rich ideas, fascinating ideas on such subjects as artificial...

‘Dontrell, Who Kissed the Sea’ at Theater Alliance

A bright 18-year-old named Dontrell has had a dream. He saw a man with the face of his father who is captive on a...

‘Measure for Measure’ at The Baltimore Shakespeare Factory

As one of Shakespeare’s “problem plays” which is neither comedy nor tragedy, Measure for Measure is populated by morally ambiguous characters and includes a...

Source Festival: ‘Dontrell, Who Kissed The Sea’

I've been thinking about Dontrell, Who Kissed The Sea from the moment I left the theatre, and my mind hasn't really slowed down. Here's...

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