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Review: ‘The Lathe of Heaven’ at Spooky Action Theater (Women’s Voices...

Puppets, people, props, projections, and sci-fi pop up a lot on DC stages, but not often with the narrative verve, literary cred, and nonstop...

Review: ‘Aglaonike’s Tiger’ at Venus Theatre

Aglaonike’s Tiger, written by Claudia Barnett and directed by Deborah Randall, is playing now at the Venus Theatre in Laurel, MD. The drama is...

2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Quantum Suicide: A Talk by Professor Sophie...

You don’t have to understand quantum mechanics – or even elementary physics – to follow Quantum Suicide: A Talk by Professor Sophie Miller, the...

Review: ‘Happy Hour’ at Spooky Action Theater

A ticking clock is an amazing motivator. So is competition. Blend them together with a dose of live theatre and some spectacular technology, and...

Meet The Cast of Spooky Action Theater’s ‘Collaborators’: Part 1: Paul...

In Part 1 of our series with the cast of Spooky Action's Collaborators, meet Paul Resiman. Joel: Please introduce yourself and tell our readers where they may...

‘Bug’ at SeeNoSun OnStage (Review #2)

Bug by Tracy Letts is not a show for anyone with a weak stomach.  Blood, violence, nudity, and drugs are rampant in this dark...

‘Bug’ at SeeNoSun OnStage at Anacostia Arts Center (Review #1)

When I saw the SeeNoSun OnStage production of Tracy Letts’s first play, Killer Joe, a year ago June, I wrote a rave and called...

‘Bug’ Opens on October 8th at SeeNoSun OnStage

SeeNoSun OnStage Presents Another Chilling Play by Tracy Letts SeeNoSun OnStage will open a four-week run of Bug, Tracy Letts’ tale of love, loss and government conspiracy on October 8th,...

The “Nightfall” Girl with Many Hats (and Faces) By Jen...

When Molotov Theatre Group’s founder Alex Zavistovich first mentioned Nightfall with Edgar Allen Poe (onstage at DCAC now through December 7th) to me, I knew...

‘Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe’ at Molotov Theatre Group

Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe is an adaptation of four of Poe's better known tales of horror: The Raven, The Fall of the House...

Molotov’s “Nightfall” Picks Up Where “Normal” Left Off – And Then...

If you liked Molotov Theatre Group’s Helen Hayes Awards Recommended © production of Normal, you’ll love Nightfall with Edgar Allan Poe by Eric Coble....

Spooky Action Theater Announces Their 2014-2015 Season with 2 World Premieres...

A Season of World Premieres Spooky Action Travels to New York and Paris, Back and Forth in Time Last of the Whyos by Barbara Wiechmann Directed by Rebecca...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘The Inaugural Election for President of Mrs....

In this delightful comedy, six 6th graders are running for President of Mrs. Jacobson’s Sixth Grade class.  You, the audience, get to participate and...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘The Inaugural Election for President of Mrs....

For some scripts, writers will get on a roll, crafting a story from start to finish. Then comes the tough part: titling the show. In...

‘Killer Joe’ at SeeNoSun OnStage

Audiences with a taste for pitch-dark comedy will get their fill of a deliciously unsettling feast in Killer Joe, the launch production of the aptly named...

SeeNoSun OnStage’s ‘Killer Joe’ Plays Through June 29th at DCAC

It's press night tonight for SeeNoSun OnStage Brings Rarely Produced production of Tracy Letts Dark Comedy at the DC Art Center. DC actor Sun King Davis taking on...

‘Killer Joe’ Cast is Set For SeeNoSun OnStage Production

Killer Joe Cast is Set Sun King Davis to Play Title Role in Tracy Lettsʼ Play Actor Sun King Davis taking on the title role...

‘731 DeGraw Street’ at Venus Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

Highly evocative, emotionally gripping, stunning new work with much artistic integrity behind it comes to the stage to close out the 13th season at...

‘Agnes Under the Big Top’ at Forum Theatre by Maddie Gaw

Forum Theatre’s season debut begins with a tongue-in-cheek pre-show announcement. It acknowledges a sort of cultural sameness that we feel as theatergoers, and as...

‘The Misanthrope’ at Vagabond Players by Amanda Gunther

To err is human, to forgive divine, though in this comedy of manners you'll find very little divinity as no one seems to be...

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