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Review: ‘The Caucasian Chalk Circle’ at Constellation Theatre Company

With admirable nerve and imagination, Constellation Theatre Company has mounted an endlessly inventive production of a work by a playwright who dares us to...

Review: ‘Translations’ at Studio Theatre

Studio Theatre’s take on Translations by Brian Friel (1929-2015) is one crackling fine production. It begins as an intellectually stimulating comedy, then ultimately turns...

Review: ‘The Skin of Our Teeth’ at Constellation Theatre Company

Thornton Wilder's allegorical paean to humanity's survival "by the skin of our teeth" has itself become a marvel of endurance. First staged in 1942,...

Review: ‘Frosty the Snowman’ at Adventure Theatre MTC

Adventure Theatre MTC presents Frosty the Snowman, written by William Francis, with additional dialogue and lyrics Jason Schlafstein and Kenny Neal. Schlafstein also directs...

Review: ‘The Good Devil (In Spite of Himself)’ at WSC Avant...

The Good Devil (In Spite of Himself) is a good and plenty retelling of the classic Faust tale and how art can imitate life....

Review: ‘The Merry Death of Robin Hood’ at LiveArtDC

The Merry Death of Robin Hood, written by Paul Resiman, (based on the stories by Howard Pyle), is my first experience of LiveArtDC and it...

‘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...

Spine: Is ‘Avenue Q’ Just What the Doctor Ordered? Constellation Theatre’s...

Let me be absolutely clear. I loved Constellation Theatre Company's production of Avenue Q, which opened last night to a packed, laughing audience. Fast...

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