Tag Archives | Michael Reilly


Review: ‘All in the Timing’ at Silver Spring Stage

Ever wonder what would happen if you took theater, literature, linguistics, and film, put them into a blender, and then wrote a collection of witty comedic scenes with the reference puree that resulted? You’d probably come close to the layered fun of All in the Timing but you certainly couldn’t touch the creativity at the […]

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Review: ‘Lost In Yonkers’ at Peace Mountain Theatre Company

I had a Great Aunt whose fourth floor walk-up apartment was very much on display when I entered the performance space at Har Shalom. I wondered if set designers Maggie Moddig and Steven Leshin had relatives who were neighbors of hers. The worn, comfortable furniture, dark paneling, and simplistic – if not stoic – knickknacks […]

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Review: ‘Lend Me a Tenor’ at Rockville Little Theatre

In 1989, Ken Ludwig’s Lend Me a Tenor took home four Drama Desk Awards, and was nominated for seven Tony Awards, including Best Play. When the play returned to Broadway in 2010, the production was nominated for three Tony Awards, including Best Revival of a Play. Ken Ludwig’s piece clearly has a tradition of succeeding. […]

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‘The Great Gatsby’ at Rockville Little Theatre

F. Scott Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby is considered one on the finest books in 20 th century American literature. The production, adapted for the stage by Simon Levy, is a huge project for the Rockville Little Theatre to undertake. With a bit more spit and polish, Producer Nancy Blum and Director Deryl Davis will have […]

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2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘#Sexts’

Today’s obsession with modern technology and its effect on relationships is studied in #Sexts, a humorous little play written and directed by Andy De. We meet a group of young friends gathered for a wedding reception, and as is the new norm in our society, they all have their phones in hand. Margaret Brown and […]

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