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Review: ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ at Synetic Theater

Synetic’s The Taming of the Shrew is disarming, decadent, and a great visual rush. It is also great, dialogue-free storytelling with its own edge...

Review: ‘Martin Luther on Trial’ at The Lansburgh Theatre

Martin Luther on Trial, the new play by Chris Cragin-Day and Max McLean that had its world premiere in DC at the Lansburgh Theatre, joins...

Magic Time! ‘The Critic & The Real Inspector Hound’ at Shakespeare...

I just love it when theater laughs at itself. Who can forget the clockwork guffaws of Michael Frayn’s Noises Off, or Shakespeare’s enchanting send-up...

Review: ‘The Critic’ & ‘The Real Inspector Hound’ at Shakespeare Theatre...

The theatre critic might well be the focus of the satiric lampoon, now on stage at Shakespeare Theatre Company's Lansburgh Theatre, but it is...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #14: Dance Performances

Here is Rick Westerkamp, Lisa Traiger, Samantha Machar, Madeline Duff, and Yasmeen Enahora's Best Performances in Dance honors:  Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater performing Hofesh...

‘Metromaniacs’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company

Zowie! Pop! Slap! Holy Cow. Karabonga! I write to highly praise Metromaniacs as a wild, wonderful, built-for-speed, audaciously performed game-of-deception, fantasyland comedy based upon...

In the Moment: Chamber Dance Project Prepares for 2015 Summer Season...

Who wouldn't find it fascinating to listen to a performing artist describe a path to creativity to "put myself in a box as a...

‘As You Like It’ at the Shakespeare Theatre Company

As You Like It is a celebration of love; love as we hope it will be, love as it often is, and love as...

‘Brief Encounter’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company

Venerable plays get made into acclaimed movies (August: Osage County of recent note), and some movies translate successfully to the stage. The Rocky Horror...

‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company by Alexa...

There might be a solution to bitter January cold. It’s a warm comedy of frivolous characters playing now at Shakespeare Theatre Company. In The Importance...

‘Mies Julie’ at The Shakespeare Theater Company by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Flames blaze in the name of truth, liberty, and land! Where there is repentance, there is hope. Without it, there is only despair. The renowned Miss Julie...

Magic Time! Reflections on ‘Mies Julie’ by John Stoltenberg

On the evidence of Mies Julie, Yael Farber, who wrote and directed it, must be counted among the most important theater artists on the world stage...

‘Measure for Measure’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company by John Harding

Director Jonathan Munby has set his fabulous new staging of Measure for Measure in a fanciful 1930s, pre-war Vienna. But it could as well be taking...

Shakespeare Theatre Company Reaches Lansburgh Theatre Agreement

According to  Shakespeare Theatre Company's Managing Director Chris Jennings, an agreement  has been reached that ensures that they will continue to occupy their longtime...

Shakespeare Theatre Co. Adds ‘A Funny Thing,’ ‘Mies Julie’ & Baryshnikov...

SHAKESPEARE THEATRE COMPANY FINALIZES THE 2013-2014 SEASON Additions Include A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum and Presentations of Mies Julie and Mikhail Baryshnikov in Man in a...

Enter to win a pair of tickets to ‘The Screwtape Letters’...

Win two free tickets to THE SCREWTAPE LETTERS!! Send an email to dcmetrotheaterarts@gmail.com  (Paste this email address into your email) and tell us why you want...

‘Petrushka’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

A visually stunning presentation comes to Shakespeare Theatre Company for a limited engagement in Basil Twist’s Petrushka. A wild and beautiful execution of unique...

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