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Review: ‘This Little Light’ at Venus Theatre

This Little Light by Jennifer Faletto opened this week at Venus Theatre. Deborah Randall is the director of this remarkable play. In her director’s...

Review: ‘Aglaonike’s Tiger’ at Venus Theatre

Aglaonike’s Tiger, written by Claudia Barnett and directed by Deborah Randall, is playing now at the Venus Theatre in Laurel, MD. The drama is...

Review: ‘Tunnel Vision’ at Venus Theatre

Tunnel Vision, written by Andrea Lepcio and directed by Deborah Randall, at Venus Theatre is a powerful and a thought-provoking play. Venus Theatre, under the direction...

Review: ‘Top Girls’ at Maryland Ensemble Theatre

The adage, “more things change, the more they stay the same” comes to mind when weighing British playwright Caryl Churchill’s seminal Obie-winning classic, Top...

Review: ‘Midlife’ at Single Carrot Theatre

Ben Hoover's Midlife explores that most difficult of theatrical terrains, human subjectivity. Not that subjectivity expressed by human babble, i.e., talking, of which America's logocentric...

Review: ‘Antigone Project : A Play in 5 Parts’ at Rep...

The fabulously theatrical set for Rep Stage’s Antigone Project: A Play in 5 Parts is so overwhelming you might not realize for a time...

The Women’s Voices Theater Festival: ‘Kerrmoor’ at The Interrobang Theatre Company...

Three women, bound by blood and tradition. One community in dire straits. And a centuries old rite that can mend all ills. Kerrmoor, written...

TONIGHT at 7:30 PM: The Rainbow Theatre Project presents ‘Say You...

THE RAINBOW THEATRE PROJECT PRESENTS SAY YOU LOVE SATAN AT SOURCE TONIGHT - MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2014 AT 7:30 PM Attendees promised a helluva good...

The Rainbow Theatre Project presents ‘Say You Love Satan’ This Monday,...

THE RAINBOW THEATRE PROJECT PRESENTS SAY YOU LOVE SATAN AT SOURCE THIS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2014 Attendees promised a helluva good time at this devilishly-funny...

‘Las Meninas’ at Rep Stage by Amanda Gunther

Deception is the shining glory in the court of King Louis XIV. Or so the story unfurls in Rep Stage’s production of Lynn Nottage’s...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ