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‘No Exit’ at Nu Sass

What better theater piece to consider for an immersive, “locked-away” experience than Jean-Paul Sartre’s No Exit. For that alone, Nu Sass deserves and earns plaudits for its very nifty No Exit.  No Exit is the second production of Nu Sass’s Small Batch Theater (SBAS). The SBAS focuses on full- production taking place in a single room […]

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‘Living Out’ (‘Cama Afuera’) at GALA Hispanic Theatre

On a superficial level, the two women at the heart of Lisa Loomer’s elegantly crafted Living Out couldn’t be more different. Ana (Belén Oyola-Rebaza) is an undocumented nanny working to bring her 11-year-old son over from El Salvador. Nancy (Megan Behm) is a successful entertainment lawyer intent on rising through the ranks at her firm to eventually […]

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‘The Pillowman’ Opens This Friday, November 1st at Silver Spring Stage by Lennie Magida

Provocative Dark Comedy The Pillowman Opens November 1st at Silver Spring Stage  Lars Klores, who plays Detective Tupolski in Silver Spring Stage’s new production of Martin McDonagh’s The Pillowman, has a simple way to describe this play, which opens this Friday, November 1st: “It’s like a nightmarish, Kafka-esque episode of Law & Order, written by the Brothers […]

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Port City Playhouse Opens ‘Six Degrees of Separation’ on April 19th

Port City Playhouse, Alexandria’s award-winning theatre company, is pleased to conclude its 2012-13 season with Six Degrees of Separation by John Guare. Performances are Friday-Saturday, April 19-20 & 26-27, May 3-4, and Tuesday, April 30, at 8:00 PM, with Saturday matinees on April 27 and May 4 at 2:00 PM. Port City Playhouse is located at 1819 […]

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 (l to r) David Frost (Kyle McGruther) and Richard Nixon (Sandy Irving). Photo courtesy of Greenbelt Arts Center.

‘Frost/Nixon’ at Greenbelt Arts Center by Amanda Gunther

“I am not a crook.” The vehemently certain words of Richard Nixon defending his actions during the Watergate Scandal made infamous as one of his taglines throughout the course of history. The chance to determine the validity of that statement is now yours as Greenbelt Arts Center presents Peter Morgan’s Frost/Nixon. The play inspired by […]

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