Tag Archives | Leigh K. Rawls


Review: ‘All in the Timing’ at Silver Spring Stage

Ever wonder what would happen if you took theater, literature, linguistics, and film, put them into a blender, and then wrote a collection of witty comedic scenes with the reference puree that resulted? You’d probably come close to the layered fun of All in the Timing but you certainly couldn’t touch the creativity at the […]

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Review: ‘Anton in Show Business’ at Silver Spring Stage

Anton in Show Business by Jane Martin opened last night at Silver Spring Stage. The show is produced by Jim Robertson and directed by Erin Bone Steele. The plot is a strange one that satirizes the audition and rehearsal process of a production of Anton Chekov’s Three Sisters scheduled to open in San Antonio, Texas. Two […]

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‘The Arabian Nights’ at Silver Spring Stage

If the wind’s from the east, and the sun’s from the west, and the sand in the glass is right, then come on down, stop on by, hop a carpet and fly to Silver Spring Stage to see their sensational production of Mary Zimmerman’s The Arabian Nights. Directed by Jacy D’Aiutolo, this production lives up […]

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‘The Arabian Nights’: Stories Upon Stories at Silver Spring Stage

Theatre can enthrall us in many ways: A great story. Perhaps, if we’re lucky, a couple of great stories beautifully intertwined. Gorgeous costumes. Evocative lighting and sound, and including music. A sense that we’ve gone and experienced another world without leaving our seats. And then there’s The Arabian Nights, which runs May 16th through June 7th […]

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