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Avant Bard Announces 2018-2019 Season

For its 29th season of making theatre on the edge, Avant Bard proudly announces three mainstage productions featuring classic comedies by Shakespeare and Molière...

Review: ‘The Miser’ at The Stagecrafters Theater

A play by Moliere in the Philadelphia area? Be still my heart! I took a quick unscientific survey in the lobby, prior to the performance,...

Review: ‘Barefoot in the Park’ at The Candlelight Theatre

Six days do not a week make. These famous words of nonsense, uttered by the young wife Cory, will tell all serious theatergoers that they...

Opinion: ‘Julius Caesar, William Shakespeare, and the Fine Art of Dissent’

It’s a classic art-imitating-life-imitating-art situation: to make a production relevant, the director decks out the cast in modern dress to create the illusion that...

Review: ‘Antigone’ at Gloucester County Institute of Technology

Greek Tragedy ably performed by 17 year olds? Is such a thing possible? Read on. The play is Sophocles' Antigone, which is probably the best dramatic...

‘Take A Bow’ Part 2 in Philadelphia: Staff of DCMetroTheaterArts’ Favorite...

Here is Part 2 of the Philadelphia staff of DCMetroTheaterArts’ favorite performances in Spring and Summer of 2016. To all our honorees – TAKE...

An Interview With ‘My Favorite Husbands’ Playwright Andrew Marvel-Playing at GayFest!...

Just when the US is in a political freefall, with Trump and Clinton battling it out, while Stein and Johnson are waiting in the...

‘Riffing, Replacing, and Reworking Goldoni’s “Servant of Two Masters” at the...

This is the first of two interviews with Aaron Cromie, one of Philadelphia’s most beloved directors, mask makers, writers, and interdisciplinary theater artists.  Henrik: Carlo...

Review: ‘The Miser’ at Faction of Fools

Faction of Fools is delightfully back with a well-concocted, refreshing, street-fair fare of Moliere’s The Miser. This happy show is one with a pointed,...

‘Tartuffe’ at The University of Maryland School of Theatre, Dance, and...

"Charges which you now repudiate you may find credible at a later date.” No, this isn’t a comment on the 2016 presidential candidates – it’s a...

‘Sex, Lies and Nomophobia’ in Emilio Williams’ ‘Smartphones’ at Ambassador Theater...

Smartphones, A Pocket-Size Farce - produced by and Ambassador Theater in partnership with the Embassy of Spain and Spain arts and Culture, directed by Helen Hayes...

‘Private Eyes’ at Silver Spring Stage

Anyone who craves serious comedy—meaning humor leavened with wit and more than a dash of malice—will rejoice over Silver Spring Stage's production of Private Eyes...

‘Tartuffe’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company

“People do not mind being wicked,” said Moliere, “but they do object to being made ridiculous.” In Moliere’s great play Tartuffe, the merchant Orgon...

‘The Imaginary Invalid’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company

I started out with the cream of crab soup, and moved on to a buttermilk fried chicken sandwich, with a side of French Farce;...

The Playwright’s Playground: The Playmakers CATF 2014: Director Lucie Tiberghien...

This Special Edition of The Playwright’s Playground continues The Playmaker Series: CATF 2014. In a series of in depth conversations, I speak with the artistic...

Meet the Cast of Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s ‘The Schemings of Scapin’:...

In Part 1 of 3 sets of interviews with the zany cast of Annapolis Shakespeare Company's The Schemings of Scapin, meet Jackie Madejski, Lauren Turchin Fox,...

‘The Schemings of Scapin’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company

Bodies are humorous again! For two years running now! Returning for their second annual “Comedy in the Courtyard” series, Annapolis Shakespeare Company is back...

Molière’s ‘The Miser’ Continues Today at 2 PM and Through May...

Rockville Little Theatre’s 2013-14 season closes with Molière’s classic comedy The Miser, at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre through May 11th. There is a 2...

Molière’s ‘The Miser’ Plays May 2-11 at Rockville Little Theatre at...

Rockville Little Theatre’s 2013-14 season closes with Molière’s classic comedy The Miser, at the F. Scott Fitzgerald Theatre from May 2-11, 2014. Produced by...

An Interview with Guillaume Tourniaire on Directing Rockville Little Theatre’s ‘The...

Rockville Little Theatre closes their 2013-14 season with an ambitious, unique and off-beat production of Molière’s The Miser. Director Guillaume Tourniaire’s vision for the...

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