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Spine: Mosaic’s ‘The Gospel of Lovingkindness’ and a Call for a...

Mosaic Theatre Company's second offering in its inaugural season is the emotionally rich The Gospel of Lovingkindness by Marcus Gardley. In it Gardley tackles the...

‘The Gospel of Lovingkindness’ at Mosaic Theater Company of DC

There is a shibboleth shared by liberals and conservatives alike that when a young black man shoots to death another young black man in...

‘2015 One-Act Festival’: Weekend 1 at Silver Spring Stage

A night of One-Act Plays is always interesting. It gives new or little-known playwrights a chance to shine. It gives new directors a shot...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Marsha’ by Mike Spain

Marsha is both brilliantly written and performed and also quite disturbing. Alan Harris' short play is about a kidnapped child who takes the same walk around...

‘The Golem’ at Taffety Punk Theatre Company by Erica Laxson

The Golem is a Taffety Punk exclusive that shouldn’t be missed. This electronically charged, theatrical adventure portrayed by one man (Daniel Flint) and DJed...

‘Miriam’ at Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center by Jessica Vaughan

You don’t watch Miriam by writer, choreographer, and dancer Nora Chipaumire so much as you experience it. This one-hour performance piece that explores light...

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