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Review: ‘Master Class’ at MetroStage

Welcome to the rehearsal hall. You are a student at a prestigious school for the performing arts. You have mastered your technique, but you are young. You have not thought through the circumstances, emotions, or reasons, let alone history, behind the intent of the composer. What better way to strengthen your artistic profile than to […]

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‘A Broadway Christmas Carol’ at MetroStage

Probably no other cast in the D.C. metro area works harder for a laugh, or enjoys it more when it comes, than the cast of A Broadway Christmas Carol, now playing its sixth consecutive season at MetroStage. Three intrepid actors, with help from a versatile pianist, make Kathy Feininger’s delightful musical spoof of the Dickens […]

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‘A Broadway Christmas Carol’ at MetroStage

MetroStage presents Kathy Feininger’s A Broadway Christmas Carol, the classic Dickens tale retold through parodies of famous Broadway show tunes. Michael Sharp directs and choreographs this silly, riotous show, with musical direction by Howard Breitbart and technical direction by Jason Kznarich. Set Designer Allison Campbell utilizes a stage-within-a-stage construction, each framed with multicolored bulbs that […]

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‘A Broadway Christmas Carol’ at MetroStage by Bev Fleisher

For anyone tired of the ‘same old, same old’ holiday offerings, or others looking for something to add to the tradition fare, A Broadway Christmas Carol is a joyous and wonderfully wrapped holiday treat. Clever and silly fun, MetroStage’s fourth annual presentation of A Broadway Christmas Carol is a total delight. A Broadway Christmas Carol, conceived by Kathy […]

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Tracey Stephens, Russell Sunday, and Michael Sharp. Photo by Christopher Banks.

‘A Broadway Christmas Carol’ at MetroStage by Julia L. Exline

MetroStage presents Kathy Feininger’s A Broadway Christmas Carol, the classic Dickens tale retold through parodies of famous Broadway show tunes. Michael Sharp directs and choreographs this silly, riotous show, with musical direction by Jacob Kidder and Howard Breitbart. Set Designer Allison Campbell utilizes a stage-within-a-stage construction, each framed with multicolored bulbs that are commonly seen […]

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