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Review: ‘Private Lives’ at Reston Community Players

Some plays are like peeping through your eye doctor’s phoropter — layer upon layer of filters. Say, a playwright of the Roaring Twenties borrows...

Review: ‘Pygmalion’ at The British Players

I envy the folks lucky enough to have attended the opening night performance of George Bernard Shaw’s brand new play Pygmalion in 1913. They were...

Review: ‘The Miracle Worker’ at Rockville Little Theatre

The Rockville Little Theatre’s production of The Miracle Worker written by William Gibson, produced by Dean Fiala and Emily Mullin and directed by Laura...

Review: ‘Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike’ at Reston Community...

The names might seem familiar, and as you watch the show, some of the references sound like something you may have heard of before....

Review: ‘Jake’s Women’ at Rockville Little Theatre

Rockville Little Theater (RLT)’s production of Jake’s Women, written by Neil Simon, takes us through Jake’s (Keith Cassidy) emotional journey as he converses with his...

Review: ‘Rent’ at Rockville Musical Theatre

Jonathan Larson’s sudden death the night before Rent’s off-Broadway premiere is one of theater’s most heart-breaking events. Larson never got to see his only...

Review: ‘Clybourne Park’ at Silver Spring Stage

At the center of Bruce Norris' tragicomic exploration of American "community" hangs Kenneth (Win Britt), the Korean War Vet who returns home only to...

Review: ‘Miss Witherspoon’ at Silver Spring Stage

Christopher Durang’s outrageous Miss Witherspoon opened last night at Silver Spring Stage. The show is directed by Kevin O’Connell and produced by Devon Seybert. Durang’s black...

‘Bastian & Bastiana’ at The In Series

Bastian & Bastiana is the In Series’ answer to the usual annual holiday traditions  -- a charming, little opera by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, written...

‘Private Eyes’ at Silver Spring Stage

Anyone who craves serious comedy—meaning humor leavened with wit and more than a dash of malice—will rejoice over Silver Spring Stage's production of Private Eyes...

‘Don’t Die in the Dark’ at Studio 1469

Last night, on the 150th anniversary of the assassination of President Lincoln at Ford’s Theatre, I was in a DC theater venue of a...

‘Go Back for Murder’ at Rockville Little Theatre

What is more exciting to watch than a story based on Murder? Intrigue? Romance? Seduction? Well look no further than Rockville Little Theatre’s production...

‘An Inspector Calls’ at Rockville Little Theatre by Bev Fleisher

Who-done-its often involve multiple twists and turns, dead ends, and tangential material —all leading to the capture of the criminal and justice served at...

Opening TOMORROW at Rockville Little Theatre: A New Take on ‘An...

Rockville Little Theatre brings a fresh perspective to J.B. Priestly's "An Inspector Calls" for two weekends, starting tomorrow - January 24th at the F. Scott Fitzgerald...

‘The Nerd’ at Rockville Little Theatre by Mara Bayewitz

                                      Nerds: Everyone should have one. Last...

‘The Nerd’ Kicks Off TONIGHT at Rockville Little Theatre by Ken...

Rockville Little Theatre opens its 65th season TONIGHT through October 27th with Larry Shue’s outrageous comedy The Nerd, at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre. Produced by David Levin, directed by Laura W. Andruski,...

‘The Nerd’ Kicks Off Rockville Little Theatre’s 2013-2014 Season on September...

Rockville Little Theatre opens its 65th season with Larry Shue’s outrageous comedy The Nerd, at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre from September 27th through October 26th. Produced by David Levin, directed by Laura...

‘Third’ at Rockville Little Theatre by Jessica Vaughan

Rockville Little Theatre's production of Pulitzer Prize winner Wendy Wasserstein's last play Third is layered, powerful, and very funny. It's set the year we went...

‘The Savannah Disputation’ at Reston Community Players by Mike Spain

To continue their season of strong female characters, Reston Community Players (RCP) presents The Savannah Disputation.  What happens when two Roman Catholic sisters open the...

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