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‘Boeing Boeing’ at Rep Stage by Yvonne French

Get a ticket and fly over to Rep Stage in Columbia, MD, for Boeing Boeing, a completely enjoyable bedroom farce. Boeing Boeing premiered in Paris in 1960 where it ran for 19 years and was first staged in English in 1962 in London’s West End, where it enjoyed a five-year run with Patrick Cargill as Bernard. It was […]

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‘Paul’s Case’ at UrbanArias by Terry Byrne

The words “world premiere” don’t always translate to “Must-See,” but in the case of Paul’s Case, a post-minimalist, compact opera unveiled by UrbanArias at Artisphere, they’re synonymous. Adapted from a 1905 Willa Cather short story of the same name and set in gritty, post-industrial Pittsburgh, the work, composed as a eulogy by Gregory Spears with libretto […]

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‘Rumors’ at McLean Community Players by Julia L. Exline

McLean Community Players present Rumors, a comedic farce by Neil Simon. Directed by Rosemary Hartman, four wealthy couples arrive for a dinner party, but are instead thrown into an evening full of frenzied chaos, lots of laughs, quick thinking, and downright meltdowns! Set Designer Skip Gresko, with the help of crews of constructors and painters, […]

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‘The VIP’ at Single Carrot Theatre by Amanda Gunther

They lived as hostages for 126 days. The rescue mission took 41 seconds. A stunning dramatic reality is explored upon the stage at Single Carrot Theatre in this compelling play based upon real events. Written and Directed by Company member Aldo Pantoja, The VIP takes an in depth look at the lives of the hostages […]

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