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Review: ‘A Bright New Boise’ at Silver Spring Stage

A Bright New Boise by Samuel D. Hunter lit up the floorboards at Silver Spring Stage on Friday, April 7, 2017. Produced by Andrea Spitz and directed by Matt Ripa, some will find it a comedy with a message, others an introspective look at religion in the heartlands of America, with a touch of humor. […]

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Review: ‘Mack, Beth’ at The Keegan Theatre

Chris Stezin’s adaptation of Macbeth, presented by Director Matt Ripa at The Keegan Theatre, is a daring attempt to bring one of Shakespeare’s most famous tragedies into the modern day. In this version, titled Mack, Beth, the king is Robert Duncan, founder and CEO of a massive tech empire. William Mackllraith and his wife Elizabeth, […]

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‘Morning, Miranda’ at Doorway Arts Ensemble

When life’s daily routine is interrupted by the death of an estranged parent or relative, it’s like being forced to acknowledge the scattered pieces of an abandoned puzzle. Tucked away letters from past lovers provide clues to the identity of the person who became buried under the veneer of “Mom” or “Dad.” Connections are forged […]

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Regie Cabico’s ‘Godiva Dates & One Night Stands’ Opens TOMORROW at FallFringe Festival 2013 by Matt Ripa

Doorway Arts Ensemble Revives Their Smash Hit from Capital Fringe Many critics raved about Doorway Arts Ensemble’s hit show GODIVA DATES & ONE NIGHT STANDS at this summer’s Capital Fringe Festival. Regie Cabico’s latest spoken word play, GODIVA DATES & ONE NIGHT STANDS was a rousing success at the 2013 Capital Fringe Festival. This blend of storytelling, spoken word […]

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Capital Fringe Review: ‘We Tiresias’ by Anne Tsang

We Tiresias, written by Stephen Spotswood and directed by Matt Ripa, is based on the Greek myth of Tiresias, a blind prophet ofT hebes, renowned for his clairvoyance. The story of Tiresias is told through his three forms – the boy (Chris Stinson) representing Tiresias as a youth, the woman (Melissa Marie Hmelnicky) representing the […]

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