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Baltimore Center Stage Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah Announces Departure at End...

The Board of Directors of Baltimore Center Stage and Kwame Kwei-Armah have jointly announced that Kwei-Armah will leave his position as artistic director at...

Review: ‘Jazz’ at Baltimore Center Stage

In its latest quest to create and present a diverse array of bold, innovative and thought-provoking contemporary theater, Baltimore Center Stage (BCS) unveiled the...

Review: ‘Twisted Melodies’ at Baltimore Center Stage

Despite affecting nearly one in every five Americans, including ‘70s soul singer and songwriter Donny Hathaway (perhaps, best remembered for his chart-topping collaborations with...

Review: ‘Les Liaisons Dangereuses’ at Center Stage

“Love and revenge, two of your favorites.” It’s the eve of the French Revolution and the crème of the French aristocracy – the “original one...

Review: ‘Detroit ’67’ at Centerstage

Centerstage closes out its 2015/16 season, culminating with internationally award-winning playwright/actress/television writer Dominique Morisseau’s powerful period piece Detroit ’67. Set during the five July days...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #15: Best Directors of Musicals in Professional...

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts is honored to announce that their 2015 Best Directors of Musicals in Professional Theatres honors go to: Patrick A'Hearn for The Music...

‘Marley’ at Centerstage

Director/Book writer Kwame Kwei-Armah showcases the three most productive years of Bob Marley’s career (1975-78) in a jukebox musical experience nearly as electric as...

‘One Night in Miami…’ at CENTERSTAGE

Playwright Kemp Powers takes a haphazard historical happening, a meeting between civil-rights leader Malcolm X, Cleveland Browns running back Jim Brown, singer-songwriter Sam Cooke...

‘Amadeus’ at CENTERSTAGE

Under the visionary leadership and cultivation of Artistic Director Kwame Kwei-Armah, CENTERSTAGE kicks off its 2014/15 season in high gear with an epic new...

‘dance of the holy ghosts: a play on memory’ at CENTERSTAGE...

Their memories will be in your eyes. It’s a fickle thing, memory; the way it flits in and out of our minds, sometimes so...

‘Beneatha’s Place’ at CENTERSTAGE by Amanda Gunther

As it turns out you still can’t live in a principle. The parallels are drawn here between Bruce Norris’ Pulitzer Prize-Winning play Clybourne Park...

‘Clybourne Park’ at CENTERSTAGE by Amanda Gunther

You can’t live in a principle. It’s well and good in theory, but at the end of the day, it comes down to the...

‘The Mountaintop’ at CENTERSTAGE by Amanda Gunther

The final moments of a man’s life can be profound and deep, especially when they are the final moments of one man who touched...

‘An Enemy of the People’ at CENTERSTAGE by Amanda Gunther

Without power what good is the truth? To celebrate the opening of its 50th Anniversary Season, CENTERSTAGE presents Arthur Miller’s adaptation of Ibsen’s classic An Enemy...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ