Home Tags Laura Giannarelli

Tag: Laura Giannarelli

Review: ‘Hobson’s Choice’ at Quotidian Theatre

Hobson’s Choice is a winner. The play - a sparkling comedy with a terrific cast - just opened at the Quotidian Theatre Company, a...
See Rock City 3

Review: ‘See Rock City’ at Washington Stage Guild

Last night I had the pleasure of my first trip to the Washington Stage Guild to see See Rock City at the Undercroft Theatre...

Review: ‘A Child’s Christmas in Wales and Other Stories’ at Washington...

Dylan Thomas--known in the theatre world for his radio play, Under Milkwood, and in the prose world for Portrait of the Artist as a...

Review: ‘Back to Methuselah Part 3: As Far as Thought Can...

George Bernard Shaw loves words. Even his stage directions are wordy. He also loved ideas, philosophy, aesthetics, politics... In Back to Methuselah Part 3: As Far...

Review: ‘It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play’ at Washington...

It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play Shares Timeless Message Adapted by playwright Joe Landry, Washington Stage Guild’s It’s A Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play...

Review: ‘A Lesson from Aloes’ at Quotidian Theatre Company

Globally, it’s 1963 in South Africa, in the midst of the Apartheid, and also the same year as the Rivonia Trial. This is the...

Quotidian Theatre Company’s ‘A Lesson from Aloes’ Opens on April 29th

Quotidian Theatre Company Presents Athol Fugard’s Compelling Drama, A Lesson From Aloes, Opening April 29, 2016. Quotidian Theatre Company continues its dynamic 2016 season with...

Review: ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company

Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s production of The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde is a delightful period piece (late 19th Century) and a sentimental...

Review: ‘St. Nicholas’ at Washington Stage Guild

Theater critics can sometimes be vicious and bloodthirsty...... and that's before one of them gets employed by a bloodsucking vampire in the Washington Stage...

‘It’s a Wonderful Life: A Live Radio Play’ at Washington Stage...

Live Radio Play Injects Comedy into a Christmas Classic Washington Stage Guild is presenting an entertaining radio play version of the 1940's classic holiday film...

‘Tiny Island’ at Washington Stage Guild

As the audience waits for the Washington Stage Guild's Washington premiere of Michael Hollinger's Tiny Island to begin, they look curiously at two humongous...

Magic Time! ‘Back to Methuselah’ at Washington Stage Guild (Article)

People rarely go to the theater anymore to know what a playwright thinks. We go to be entertained, we go to be moved, we...

‘Back to Methuselah’ at Washington Stage Guild (Review)

George Bernard Shaw wrote Back to Methuselah (A Metabiological Pentateuch) during World War I, with its assassination, its trench warfare, its chemical attacks, its...

‘In Praise of Love’ at Washington Stage Guild

You may not have heard of Terence Rattigan, British playwright whose heyday soared in the late 1940s and early 1950s; but whose more conventional...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #18: Best Directors of a Play in...

The staff of DCMetroTheaterArts is honored to announce that their 2015 Best Directors of Plays in Professional Theatres go to: Chris Abraham for Winners and Losers...

‘Faith Healer’ at Quotidian Theatre Company

Quotidian Theatre Company’s production of Brian Friel’s play Faith Healer is a superlative exploration of the theme of the fallibility of memory versus reality. This...

Directing Quotidian Theatre Company’s ‘Faith Healer’ by Laura Giannarelli

I am thrilled to have been given the opportunity to direct this mysterious and marvelous play. Rashomon-like in the way the three characters narrate...

‘Back to Methuselah’ at Washington Stage Guild by Amanda Gunther

If imagination is the beginning of creation, imagine a world where human beings could choose the length of their lives, creating for themselves an...

‘Angel Street’ at Olney Theatre Center by Amanda Gunther

A delightfully twisted suspenseful drama lights up the stage at Olney Theatre Center this summer as they present the classic Victorian thriller Angel Street....

‘Wives and Wits’ at Washington Stage Guild by Amanda Gunther

Domestic felicity can make people blissfully idiotic and there is no greater a display of such jovial nonsense then in the Washington Stage Guild’s...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ