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‘The Me Nobody Knows’ at University Of Maryland School Of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies at the Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center

The plight of urban youth took a contemporary turn in the University Of Maryland School Of Theatre, Dance, and Performance Studies’ opening night revival of the 1970s Broadway hit, The Me Nobody Knows. Originally conceived as a personal narrative written by poor, black kids living in Harlem, Co-Directors Alvin Mayes and Scot Reese have fashioned […]

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Dane Figueroa Edid (Cordelia). Photo by C. Stanley Photography.

‘SHAPE’ at force/collison by Joel Markowitz

In its World Premiere, Erik Ehn’s SHAPE is given a powerful, heartbreaking, funny, moving, invigorating, emotional, and visually gorgeous production by force/collison. With a powerhouse of a cast – SHAPE is a theatrical experience you won’t forget! Erik Ehn contacted Director John Moletress while visiting DC and asked him to read SHAPE. John was so impressed that he knew […]

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Capital Fringe Review: ‘Airswimming’ (Abridged) by Mike Spain

Airswimming (Abridged) is a play written by Charlotte Jones about two ladies in a London asylum. It stars  Charlotte Jones (Dora/Dorph) and Julia Smith (Persephone/Porph) who also presented this drama. It is directed by John Moletress. Kudos, to the women for presenting this play at the Fringe! The set was nicely done; unfortunately no set designer […]

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