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The Winner of Free Tickets to ‘The Night Watcher’ at The...

The winner of a pair of tickets to The Studio Theatre’s Production of  The Night Watcher Is... Rosa-Shoshana N. Mintz-Urquhart THE NIGHT WATCHER Written and Performed by Charlayne Woodard Directed...

‘Two Suns Over Thebes’ at Baltimore Annex Theater by Amanda Gunther

Come and celebrate the theatre as it is meant to be celebrated! With wine! And grapes! (Ok...grapenuts...) and a riveting good show about the...

‘Death and the Maiden’ at Spotlighters Theatre by Amanda Gunther

People can die from an excessive dose of the truth. But if only the truth can set you free does one find a sort...

Quotidian Theatre Company Presents Eugene O’Neill’s Visionary Classic ‘The Iceman Cometh’...

The Iceman Cometh is a play universal in its scope and personal in its detail. Nobel Laureate and Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Eugene O'Neill wrote...

‘Romeo and Juliet’ at Folger Theatre by Emily Cao

Shakespeare’s iconic star-crossed lovers certainly need no introduction… but Folger Theatre’s energetic interpretation of Romeo and Juliet may indeed herald some much-deserved praise. Director Aaron...

‘Shorts in a Bundle’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre by Amanda...

No rules, no voting, just six new short plays featured as a continuation from the 10x10 this past summer. Plays that caught the eye...

‘Company’ at Vagabond Players by Amanda Gunther

Bobby. Bobby, baby. Bobby! Hear the phone ring, the door chime, and in comes the sensational Sondheim Tony Award-winning classic Company on stage at...

Preparing for Extremities-Part 3:-Rape Culture – We’ve Come a Long Way...

The first time I read Extremities I kind of fell in love with it. It’s always difficult to find truly interesting characters written for women....

‘Sweet Charity’ at The Catholic University of America by Justin Schneider

The days are getting darker, the weather is getting chillier, and everything seems a bit more miserable than usual right now. But lucky for...

Win a Pair of Tickets to ‘The Night Watcher’ at The...

Win a pair of tickets to The Studio Theatre’s Production of  THE NIGHT WATCHER Written and Performed by Charlayne Woodard Directed by Bart DeLorenzo Two-time Obie Award winner...

Allyson M. Lewis Performs ‘WORDZ’ on Friday & Saturday, November 1...

WORDZ is a spoken word stage play that speaks on Love, Hip-Hop, Spirituality, and Resistance. This play flows in poetry, music, and movement. Playing on November...

‘Dear Edwina’ at Red Branch Theatre Company by Andrew L. Baughman

It’s no surprise that Marcy Heisler and Zina Goldrich’s family musical Dear Edwina achieved a sort of cult status among Off-Broadway audiences in its...

‘Picasso at the Lapin Agile’ at Vienna Theatre Company by Eliza...

What do Picasso, Einstein, and Steve Martin have in common, apart from the obvious? Come along to a must-see performance of Picasso at the...

‘Broken Spokes’ at Gallaudet University Theatre by Yvonne French

Broken Spokes is a complex production with excellent acting that packs an emotional wallop while lending insights about Deaf culture. Says Writer-Director Willy Conley, “My...

Director Ryan White on his film ‘Good Ol’ Freda’ by Teresa...

In Good Ol’ Freda, Director Ryan White documents life with The Beatles, through the unique perspective of their long time secretary, and charismatic figure...

‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ at Maryland Ensemble Theatre by Amanda...

When one is in town one amuses oneself, when one is in the country one amuses other people, and whether you be from the...

‘Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’ at The Kennedy Center by Derek Mong

You’ve never seen dance quite like this. The company of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago blew audiences away at opening night of their 3-day run at...

‘The Rocky Horror Show’ at American University by Alexa Marie Kelly

As Halloween creeps closer... what better way is there to celebrate than to smear on some glitter, slip on your fishnets, and dance? American...

‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ at The George Washington University by Rick...

Let’s say you are sitting in a sparse, quaint café minding your own business. All of a sudden, a patron’s cell phone goes off,...

Preparing for Extremities-Part 2: How I Achieved Quiet Comic Relief by...

Playing Terry in Molotov Theatre Group’s Extremities is a challenge for two reasons. First, Terry is very often told to shut up. She mostly sits...

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