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‘A Commedia Christmas Carol’ by Jessica Vaughan

Faction of Fools Theatre Company combines Charles Dickens and Commedia Dell’Arte this Christmas for an inspired production of A Commedia Christmas Carol. The larger...

‘A Christmas Carol’ at Toby’s Dinner Theatre of Columbia by Amanda...

Bah! Humbug! The classic Christmas line echoed through the years by the notorious and original Grinch of Christmas; the timeless tale of Ebenezer Scrooge...

‘Oliver Twist’ at Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace by Julia L. Exline

Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace presents Oliver Twist, their own unique stage adaptation of Charles Dickens' classic novel, not to be confused with Lionel Bart’s...

‘All Shook Up’ at Rockville Musical Theatre by Amanda Gunther

A well I bless my soul what’s wrong with me? I’m itching like a man on a fuzzy tree! My friends say I’m acting...

‘Titus Andronicus’ at U.S. Naval Academy’s Masqueraders by Flora Scott

Finding Mahan Theatre to see Titus Andronicus proved to be as difficult  as finding anything not to be impressed with in this humble production....

‘Mary Rose’ at Rep Stage by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

A new light is shone on the familiar Peter Pan childhood classic, as J.M. Barrie writes for adults in Mary Rose, the little seen...

‘La Boheme’ at Modell Performing Arts Center at the Lyric by...

Viva La Vie Bohème! One of the classic lines shouted out in Broadway’s Rent. But before the Bohemian lifestyle became a trendy Tony Award-winning...

‘Inexcusable Fantasies’ at Strand Theater Company by Amanda Gunther

You’re sitting alone fantasizing; perhaps about a powerful interior decorator, or maybe about a certain smokin’ hot bike. Whatever your fancy, you’re alone and...

‘The Solar System’ at Pointless Theatre by Grace Kim

Pointless Theatre’s production of The Solar System Show is charming, witty and fun!  What is there not to love about a puppet show, especially when...

‘The Soul Collector’ at Port City Playhouse by Joel Markowitz

I am a big fan of playwright and actor David Emerson Toney and actress extraordinaire and director Deidra Starnes - and I was thrilled when I...

‘Dr. John & The Blind Boys of Alabama’ at George Mason...

The 'Dr. of funk' left no doubt that, decades after being known as “The Night Tripper,” he can still stir up a mean musical...

‘Assassins’ at The Center Stage at Catholic University by David Friscic

The Center Stage production of Stephen Sondheim's dark and subversive musical Assassins, now playing at Catholic University, is a valiant attempt but just misses the mark....

‘Amarillo’ at GALA Hispanic Theatre by Don Michael Mendoza

I have never been to the GALA Hispanic Theatre and was excited to see the restored theatre space and watch a show brought to...

‘Galactica’ with Jeffrey Johnson at Black Fox Lounge by Cyle Durkee

Galactica is the drag queen. Jeffrey Johnson is the man behind the makeup. It’s important that you know that as you go into his...

‘Sweeney Todd’ at George Washington University by David Friscic

'We are all guilty and we are all implicated' seems to be the collective consensus of the superb chorus ensemble (akin to a very...

Actor John Dow on Appearing in ‘Heroes’ at Everyman Theatre by...

Luck usually doesn't strike twice, but that's exactly what happened to veteran actor John Dow when he got cast in two productions of Tom Stoppard's Heroes. Why...

‘Cabaret Macabre’ at Happenstance Theatre by Amanda Gunther

For a gory delight that perfectly befits the autumnal season you should let your aesthetic palette sample Happenstance Theatre’s 3rd Annual Cabaret Macabre. For...

‘Fortas Chamber Music Concert: Midori in Recital: 30th Anniversary Concert’ at...

Violinist Midori celebrated thirty years in music at The Kennedy Center by performing Beethoven Sonatas and works by Webern and Crumb. She was expertly accompanied...

‘A Couple of Critical Importance’: Rich and Judy Massabny by Barbara...

When I attend press nights at the theatre, I am guaranteed that Rich Massabny and his wife Judy will come up to me and...

The Kennedy’s Center’s Renovated ‘Theater Lab’ to Reopen on November 12th...

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts will officially open its renovated Theater Lab on November 12, 2012 at 6 p.m. with...

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