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Montgomery Playhouse and Silver Spring Stage Win Awards at ESTA’s One Act Festival

The Eastern States Theater Association (ESTA) One Act Festival was held May 2-4, 2014 in Ridley Park, PA. One act plays representing New York, Delaware, Pennsylvania and Maryland competed for top prizes. The awards that were given today, May 4th, at the Sunday morning awards breakfast. Congratulations to all the winners! Winners from the DC Metro Area  Outstanding Achievement in Acting *Mara […]

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Mara Bayewitz is ‘Dolley Madison Presidentress’ Tonight, Tomorrow and Sunday at Sandy Spring Museum

SANDY SPRING THEATRE GROUP PRESENTS: DOLLEY MADISON: PRESIDENTRESS AN ORIGINAL ONE-WOMAN PLAY STARRING MARA BAYEWITZ AS DOLLEY MADISON. Award-winning actress Mara Bayewitz stars in the world premiere of Dolley Madison: Presidentress. She treats the audience to Dolley Madison’s life story by portraying the funny, warm, and sometimes bawdy First Lady as a teenager in Quaker gray, […]

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DCMetroTheaterArts is One Year Old Today!

DCMetroTheaterArts is one year old today. Thanks to all our readers for supporting and visiting our site. A special thank you to the theatre and arts communities who welcomed us and reached out to help us and support our efforts. And to all the following DCMTA writers and staff and volunteers who helped make this […]

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Today at 2 pm: ‘Miracle on 34th Street’ at Montgomery Playhouse & 11 AM ‘Arkansaw Bear’

                                                     PRESENT TWO FAMILY SHOWS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON:   Adapted by George Seaton. Based on the story by Valentine Davies -DC Metro Theater Arts NOVEMBER 30 – DECEMBER 16 -DC Metro Theater Arts DECEMBER 1 – 23 Fridays and Saturdays at 8:00pm Sunday, Dec 16th matinee at 2:00pm Sat & Sun matinees only – 11:00am […]

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‘Jekyll & Hyde’ at The Kennedy Center by Mara Bayewitz

Jekyll and Hyde is simply miraculous, and chilling, sexy, romantic, ironic, dangerous, tragic, jaded, modern, classic, kinky, edgy, and absolutely spectacular. The musical is based on the acclaimed novella The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde by Robert Louis Stevenson, about a London doctor who accidentally unleashes his evil alternate personality in his quest to […]

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