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Filichia on Friday: ‘Reviewing a Revue and a Musical’ by Peter...

Here is a new article from Peter Filichia's column on Kritzerland called 'Filichia on Friday.' It's an honor to bring Peter's column every week to...

DanceWorks Fall 2013 at The George Washington University by Rick Westerkamp

The structure of the George Washington University Department of Theatre and Dance’s DanceWorks Fall 2013 concert is absolutely wonderful. The audience is welcomed into...

‘Jersey Boys’ at The Hippodrome Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Oh what a night it was when Jersey Boys landed in Baltimore as a part of the Broadway Across America— CareFirst Hippodrome Broadway Series! Winner...

Signature Theatre Opens Their 25th Anniversary Season with ‘Sunday in the...

Signature Theatre announced that they will be opening their 25th anniversary season with Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George.  Directed by Associate Artistic Director Matthew...

Pointless Theatre Announces Its 2013-2014 Season by Scott Whalen

Pointless Theatre Announces 2013-2014 Season Pointless Theatre, DC’s premiere puppet company, announces its 2013-2014 season, featuring new adaptations of two previous productions from Pointless:Cab Calloway’s...

‘My Princess Bride’ Starring Joe Brack Returns to Fort Fringe December...

Joe Brack presents: My Princess Bride One man's take on the "classic tale of true love & high adventure." A smash hit! This one man stage show,...

Auditons on November 21st and 23rd for Young Artists of America’s...

Young Artists of America is pleased to announce audition dates for its upcoming March 2014 production of SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD The production will feature...

An Interview with ‘The Dancing Rogues’ Hayley Cutler, Sara Herrera-Kopetchny, and...

 The Dancing Rogues: Who are they and what do they have up their creative sleeves? DC-based choreographers Sylvana Christopher, Hayley Cutler, and Sara Herrera-Kopetchny have...

TONIGHT AT 7 PM: Tasty Monster Productions Presents Staged Reading of...

The Truth is Stranger (and more Entertaining) Than Fiction TONIGHT AT 7 PM Tasty Monster Productions will launch the first of two staged readings in...

‘Mies Julie’ at The Shakespeare Theater Company by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Flames blaze in the name of truth, liberty, and land! Where there is repentance, there is hope. Without it, there is only despair. The renowned Miss Julie...

Magic Time! Reflections on ‘Mies Julie’ by John Stoltenberg

On the evidence of Mies Julie, Yael Farber, who wrote and directed it, must be counted among the most important theater artists on the world stage...

‘Avenue Q School Edition’ at West Potomac High School by Margaret...

Avenue Q School Edition, with music and lyrics by Robert Lopez and Jeff Marx, and book by Jeff Whitty, is currently playing on the stage...

‘Appropriate’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company by Amanda Gunther

Death does strange things to people. And in familiar circumstances, people struggling with a death in the family will turn on each other in...

‘Jewish Musical Treasures’ at National Chamber Ensemble by Jane Coyne

The National Chamber Ensemble opened its 2013-2014 season with a concert called Jewish Musical Treasures, honoring the 75th anniversary of Kristallnacht. With a horrid and...

‘The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe’ at Encore Stage and...

Encore Stage & Studio presents C.S. Lewis' famed tale The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, dramatized by Joseph Robinette and directed by Amy...

‘She, After’ at UrbanArias at Artisphere by Justin Schneider

I'm not generally an opera person. I find them too big, too grandiose, and without enough substance. So it's with great pleasure that I...

Composer Daniel Felsenfeld, Director Beth Greenberg, and Principle Artist Emily Pulley...

UrbanArias' She/After opens this Saturday, November 9th at Artisphere. It consists of two short operas: Nora, in the Great Outdoors (Music by Daniel Felsenfeld and Libretto by Will Eno)...

‘The Pillowman’ at Silver Spring Stage by Amanda Gunther

There are no happy endings in real life. Only the cold harsh slap of reality and how its disappointed you in the end. The...

Michael Goldsmith on Playing Romeo at Folger Theatre by Joel Markowitz

Michael Goldsmith talks about playing Romeo in Folger Theatre's production of Romeo and Juliet, directed by Aaron Posner. DCMetroTheaterArts' reviewer Emily Caio wrote in her review...

Interviews With Indie Filmmakers: Zach Clark by Teresa McCormick Ertel

With his third feature film, writer and director Zach Clark delivers an unconventional dark comedy of a wife's search for Christmas spirit in the wake of an...

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