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Review: ‘A Christmas Carol’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company

Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s production of A Christmas Carol is a fun, faithful translation of Charles Dickens’ famous holiday classic. Adapted by Sally Boyett and...

Review: ‘Alice and the Book of Wonderland’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company

Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s production of Alice and the Book of Wonderland is an entertaining treat for all ages, with delightful acting, colorful costumes, a...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2016 #13: Best Direction and Musical Direction in...

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts Best Direction and Musical Direction in Musicals and Best Direction of Plays of 2016 in Community Theatres in DC/VA/MD Are: BEST...

Review: A Fully Staged Reading of ‘My Fair Lady’ at Annapolis...

It is not easy to reinvent the wheel let alone attempt it, but that is exactly what the ambitious Annapolis Shakespeare Company has done,...

Review: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company

Romeo and Juliet, set in Italy circa 1948, proves William Shakespeare’s story of star-crossed lovers is timeless. Sally Boyett, Founding Artistic Director of Annapolis...

Review: ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company

Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s production of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde is a delightful period piece (late 19th Century) and a sentimental...

Review: ‘Twelfth Night’ at Laurel Mill Playhouse

William Shakespeare’s delightful comedy Twelfth Night rings in the New Year at Laurel Mill Playhouse. The run of the show cleverly opens on the...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #17: Best Directors of a Play in...

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts is honored to announce that their 2015 Best Directors of Plays in Community Theatres honors go to:  Mark T. Allen for Agatha...

DCMTA Scene Stealers-January and February 2015-Part 1

Here is Part One of our Scene Stealers of January and February 2015. Congrats to our honorees. Maggie Erwin as Avery in the Seminar Scene...

‘The Comedy of Errors’ at Laurel Mill Playhouse

First performed in 1594, William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors is one of his earliest and most farcical of his comedic works. With adaptations...

‘All in the Timing’ at The Heritage Players

David Ives’ All in the Timing, a collection of six one act plays first performed in 1993, focuses on human love, life, and death...

‘The Spanish Tragedy’ at The Mobtown Players

Revenge. A dark, twisted and sinister emotion run afoul from the depths of scorn and tragedy; a human emotion vocalized when things go wrong....

Meet the Director and Cast of ‘Hamlet’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company:...

In Part Five of our series of interviews with the cast of Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s Hamlet, meet Nafeesa Monroe. Joel: How did you become involved with this production...

Meet the Director and Cast of ‘Hamlet’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company:...

In Part Four of our series of interviews with the cast of Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s Hamlet, meet George Page. Joel:  How did you become involved with this...

‘Hamlet’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company

Since brevity is the soul of wit, I will be brief. Annapolis Shakespeare Company has mounted to the stage, for their first offering of...

Meet the Director and Cast of ‘Hamlet’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company:...

In Part Three of our series of interviews with the cast of Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s Hamlet, meet Paul E. Hope. Joel: How did you become involved with this...

Meet the Director and Cast of ‘Hamlet’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company:...

 In Part Two of our series of interviews with the cast of Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s Hamlet, meet Audrey Bertaux. Joel: How did you become involved with this production...

Meet the Director and Cast of ‘Hamlet’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company:...

In Part One of our series of interviews with the cast of Annapolis Shakespeare Company's Hamlet, meet Manu Kumasi. Joel: How did you become involved with this...

‘The Lieutenant of Inishmore’ at Laurel Mill Playhouse by Andrew L....

Comedian W.C. Fields was said to have hated working with children and animals, presumably because of their knack for stealing a scene away from...

‘Deathtrap’ at The Heritage Players by Amanda Gunther

A play to die for. Or maybe to kill for, so you be the judge as The Heritage Players continue the autumn leg of...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ