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Review: ‘The Dog Must Die’ at The Highwood Theatre

What is a life worth? What is the Earth worth? And what are we doing – what can we do, what should we do...

2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Morningstar’

Morningstar is a small chamber drama playing in the basement of Shopkeeper’s on Florida Ave, (a venue whose old wooden floors add quite a...

Review: ‘Tick, Tick…Boom’ at The Highwood Theatre

Originally a one-man show written in 1990, Tick, Tick…Boom was reconceived after Jonathan Larson’s untimely death by David Auburn and produced off-Broadway in 2001....

Review: ‘’Night, Mother’ at The Highwood Theatre

‘’Night, Mother’ explores depths of depression, family secrets The Highwood Theatre’s Night, Mother, expertly directed by Madison Middleton and wonderfully acted by Melissa B. Robinson...

The Women’s Voices Theatre Festival: ‘Duir-wyyd: The Dreamer’s Doorway’ at Spooky...

It is intriguing to see a work in progress that has real merit. Sandra Kamman's Duir-wyyd: The Dreamer’s Doorway, a play with music, straddles time...

The Women’s Voices Theater Festival: ‘The Requiem’ at The Highwood Theatre

Think the promise, even the future of American theater lies in the hands of those imaginative, impassioned, gutsy young Millennials who for the last...

The Women’s Voices Theater Festival Launch Party: The Astonishment Begins

The Women’s Voices Theater Festival Launch Party was more than a celebration. It was a defining moment for DC theater. The National Museum of...

‘Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson’ at The Highwood Theatre

Who is the man on the twenty-dollar bill? The Highwood Theatre answers that question with Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson to the beat of some...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ