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Capital Fringe Review: ‘Mark Twain’s Riverboat Extravaganza’ by Maddie Gaw

We have a few rules here at DCMetroTheaterArts, and one of those rules is to keep our reviews focused on the show that we,...

It’s a Done Deal! ‘The Andrew Keegan Theatre’ Arrives as The...

THE KEEGAN THEATRE  ANNOUNCES PURCHASE OF CHURCH STREET THEATER The Keegan Theatre has closed on the purchase of the Church Street Theater in Washington, DC. The...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘BenchMARKS’ by Melanie F. Bevell-Jackson

"When the anger comes out it is not a sign of my trying to impose myself on to you…it is a sign of my...

‘The Mashup Fest: Urban Legend Edition’ at Landless Theatre Company

It’s that time of year again! Nope, not Christmas time, not supper time, but MASHUP TIME!! The third annual Mashup Fest hosted by Landless...

The Keegan Theatre Announces a 7-Show 2013-2014 Season As Renovations Begin...

THE KEEGAN THEATRE ANNOUNCES AMBITIOUS SEVEN-SHOW SEASON Theater Will Go Dark in Spring 2014 as Renovations Begin The Keegan Theatre is pleased to announce its 2013-2014...

‘Snow White and Rose Red’ at Elden Street Players by Julia...

Elden Street Players for Young Audiences presents Carter Bunch’s Snow White and Rose Red, a stage adaptation of the classic story’s roots - before...

2013 Capital Fringe Preview: ‘The Politician’ by Karin Lee

Peter Peters is a Washington creature. By day, he lives on a steady diet of sound bites and policy briefs. At night, he dreams...

‘Red Bastard’ at Warehouse Theater by Flora Scott

His Mission: To Charm, Disarm, Shock, and Seduce...His Target: YOU. But when I checked out his website, he looked rather menacing to me. I...

An Interview with Caroline Clay of ‘Clementine and the Lower 9′...

Caroline Clay is a phenomenal woman.  Her extraordinary acting skills and God’s gift of performance talent are only preceded by her grace, beauty, and...

An Interview with Caroline Clay of ‘Clementine and the Lower 9′...

Caroline Clay is a phenomenal woman. Her extraordinary acting skills and God’s gift of performance talent are only preceded by her grace, beauty, and...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Mark Twain’s Riverboat Extravaganza!’ at Pointless...

After wrapping up our first official show The Sleeping Beauty in Summer 2010, Director Matt Reckeweg started talking about the future of Pointless Theatre. At...

‘Camelot’ at 2nd Star Productions by Amanda Gunther

In short, there’s simply not a more congenial spot for 'Happily Ever After' than here in Camelot! And 2nd Star Productions delivers a resplendent...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Mme. Macbeth’ by Timothy King

King’s Players presents Mme. Macbeth, a new perspective on a classic.  Walking down 7th Street NW, heading from a performance of Georgetown Theatre Company’s Night of...

‘Is He Dead?’ at Providence Players of Fairfax by Kim Moeller

Farce: Highly exaggerated situations, improbable plot twists, physical humor, deliberate absurdity or nonsense, and broadly stylized performances. Is He Dead?, the latest production from Providence...

‘The Guardsman’ at The Kennedy Center by Nicole Cusick

It is easy to love to laugh or laugh at love, whichever you prefer along with The Guardsman at The Kennedy Center. The original...

‘The 39 Steps’ at Run Rabbit Run Theatre by Mark Dewey

The 39 Steps: a Whirlwind Comes to Purcellville Playwright Patrick Barlow calls The 39 Steps “an adaptation,” and I would assert that every production of...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Funny Stories 2’ by James Judd

A Little Murder in the Middle: James Judd’s Funny Stories 2 It took a murder and a trip to prison to bring James Judd back...

‘Clementine in the Lower 9′ at Forum Theatre by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Heart, Soul, and the Blues There is a calm before any storm. The hurricane of human turmoil, and the whirlwind of hope that remains afterwards, is...

Wednesday 6/5@Noon: Celebration of Women Who Play Wright: Mary Hall Surface,...

American Women Writers National Museum Presents: A DRAMATIC CELEBRATION OF WOMEN WHO PLAY WRIGHT Noon, Wednesday, June 5, 2013 in the McLendon Room of the...

‘Red Bastard’ Returns to the Warehouse Theater June 13-15th by Eric...

D.C. is a town that revolves around politics. I don’t consider myself to be a political person, but it has been said to me...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ