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Review: ‘Chapter Two’ at Montgomery Theater in Souderton, PA

There’s more to enjoy than simple comedy in Montgomery Theater’s production of Neil Simon’s Chapter Two. Directed by Artistic Director Tom Quinn, this heartfelt...

Review: ‘Big Love’ at American University

The cast of American University's Big Love, written by Charles L. Mee and directed by Isaiah M. Wooden, was masterful in communicating the big and...

Act Two @ Levine Music Students Perform ‘Parade’ for Show’s Composer...

Students of Act Two @ Levine Music Pre-Professional Program performed the Tony Award-winning musical Parade for the show's composer and lyricist, Jason Robert Brown....

Act Two@Levine’s Pre-Professional Program and ‘Parade’ at The Kogod Cradle at...

It is always a privilege to support aspiring young artists and the wonderful organizations and professionals who provide them with training and opportunities to...

Eitan Mazia on Playing Leo Frank in ‘Parade’ at Act Two...

First of all, I cannot thank Director Kevin Kuchar enough for allowing me the privilege to play this role, especially at such a young...

Amanda Silverstein on Playing Lucille Frank in Act Two @ Levine’s...

Parade is not just a musical. It isn’t one of those shows where the audience wants to get up and dance and leaves feeling...

The Pre-Professional Program of Act Two @ Levine Presents ‘PARADE’ January...

The Pre-Professional Program of Act Two @ Levine is proud to present PARADE In 1913, Leo Frank, a Brooklyn-raised Jew living in Georgia, is put...

Matthew Bourne’s ‘Sleeping Beauty’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

Bourne takes a big bite out of ballet tradition in his Gothic Fairy Tale ‘Sleeping Beauty.’ There are many descriptive words to describe Matthew Bourne’s...

‘Behind the Barricade at Toby’s’ Part 9—An Interview with Daniel Felton...

"Now bring me prisoner 24601!" The time is up—well, nearly anyhow (they close on November 10th), as the end of the epic run of Les...

‘Parade’ at Kensington Arts Theatre by Amanda Gunther

A breathtakingly stunning and hauntingly dramatic musical takes to the stage as Kensington Arts Theatre launches their fall season. Directed by Craig Pettinati with...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s Part 8: An Interview With Larry...

He is the law and the law is not mocked. He has done his duty and nothing more; the man with black and white...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s: Part 7: Katie Grace Heidbreder and...

Every epic musical has a broad range of characters, including the love-struck ingénue type. Les Misèrables at Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Columbia is no...

The National Chamber Ensemble at The Kennedy Center Millennium Stage by...

The National Chamber Ensemble made its debut at the Kennedy Center on Thursday, September 26, 2013 with a wonderful and well-performed concert that delighted a...

Behind the Barricade at Toby’s: Part 5—An Interview with Jeffrey Shankle...

Continuing on in the 'Behind the Barricade at Toby's' interview series, I sat down with veteran actor Jeffrey Shankle to discuss the role of...

National Chamber Ensemble presents ‘The Three B’s: Bach, Beethoven, and Brahms’...

I really like the National Chamber Ensemble, the adventuresome and enjoyable programs they present, and the talented and friendly musicians who make up this...

‘Inside the Music’: An Interview with National Chamber Ensemble Artistic Director...

One of the things I love the most about living in the Washington, D.C. area is that the music never ends, nor does the...

‘4000 Miles’ at The Studio Theatre by Rick Westekamp

Amy Herzog’s 4000 Miles at The Studio Theatre opens with an unexpected reunion between Vera, a leftist in her eighties played by Tana Hicken,...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ