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Review: ‘A Christmas Carol’ at McCarter Theatre Center

I cried while watching Adam Immerwahr’s revamped production of A Christmas Carol for McCarter Theatre Center. Immerwahr’s redo is less opulent, more spare, and aims...

Review: ‘A Christmas Carol’ at The Little Theatre of Alexandria

A Christmas Carol at Little Theatre of Alexandria is a great way to get in the holiday spirit and reflect on Charles Dickens’ timeless...

Review: ‘Witch’ at Convergence Theatre at Mead Theatre Lab at Flashpoint

Whatever your choice in Hallowe’en fare, Witch—an adaptation of a Jacobean melodrama now having its world premiere at The Mead Theatre Lab—has it all. There’s...

Review: ‘Sister Act’ at Toby’s The Dinner Theatre of Columbia

Nuns are more fun in the round. That’s a catechism we learned at Toby’s Dinner Theatre via Nunsense and other shows so many times...

Review: ‘The Elephant Man at Collaborative Theatre Company and Fells Point...

On Friday night, The Collaborative Theatre Co. (“Collaborative”) and Fells Point Corner Theatre (“FPCT”) opened the 2016-2017 theatrical season with their co-production of Bernard...

Magic Time! ‘Notes on My Theatergoing in London’

My four days in London last weekend offered time slots to see six plays—four evenings and two matinees. My strategy was to seek intriguing,...

Review: A Fully Staged Reading of ‘My Fair Lady’ at Annapolis...

It is not easy to reinvent the wheel let alone attempt it, but that is exactly what the ambitious Annapolis Shakespeare Company has done,...

Review: ‘Blithe Spirit’ at the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival in Center Valley,...

For his next novel To the Unseen, successful author and socialite Charles Condomine must gather material on the world of the occult, of which...

Review: ‘The Judas Kiss’ at The Harvey Theatre in the Brooklyn...

David Hare's play about a very specific time in the life of Oscar Wilde first appeared in New York in 1998, with Liam Neeson...

2016 Capital Fringe Festival Preview #1: ‘Before The Lights Go Up’...

To begin our 2016 Capital Fringe series of Previews, Bucky Mitchell introduces us to his show Before The Lights Go Up. Joel: What is Before The Lights Go...

Review: Ireland 100: ‘The Gloaming’ at The Kennedy Center

The Ireland 100 closes this weekend with new Irish sensation Ireland 100: The Gloaming who made their Kennedy Center debut with a lovely mix...

Review: ‘Hughie’ at The Booth Theatre in New York City

Jason Robards first played the central  character in this Eugene O'Neill one-act mood piece; that was in 1964. That character isn't "Hughie" -- no,...

Review: ‘Mary Poppins’ at Reston Community Players

Mary Poppins Flies Into Reston CenterStage For A Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Treat Reston Community Players’ production of Mary Poppins is a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious treat for the entire family....

‘A Christmas Carol’ at The Little Theatre of Alexandria

I don't think I know one person who doesn't know A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Last night, I attended The Little Theater of...

‘Entertaining Mr. Sloane’ at The Edge of the Universe Players 2

When a dark farce titled Entertaining Mr. Sloane opened in London in 1964, it was viewed as rude, scandalous, and repugnant because of its...

Meet the Cast of ‘The Most Happy Fella’ at The Catholic...

In Part 2 of a series of interviews with the cast of The Most Happy Fella, meet Emma Nadine Onasch, who plays Rosabella in their...

‘Shipwrecked!’ at Walnut Street Theatre Independence Studio on 3 in Philadelphia

At the beginning of Shipwrecked!, Greg Wood bounds onto the stage of the Walnut Street Theatre’s Independence Studio and greets the audience: “Hello,” he...

Pianist Olga Kern and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra at Strathmore

Russian pianist Olga Kern is something of a cult figure because of her landmark victory in the 2001 Van Cliburn International Piano Competition in...

‘Photograph 51’ at Lantern Theater Company in Philadelphia

Anna Ziegler’s Photograph 51 kicks off the Lantern’s 2015-2016 with a bang. Set in London 1953, this 2008 play tells the story of Dr....

The Edge of the Universe Players 2 Opens ‘Entertaining Mr. Sloane’...

The Edge of the Universe Players 2 Announces its Fall 2015 Production Entertaining Mr Sloane by Joe Orton Plays November 21 through December 13, 2015 It’s the Swinging Sixties...