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Review: ‘Sunday in the Park with George’ at City Theater Company

Wilmington’s City Theater Company presents Sunday in the Park with George like you’ve never seen it before, in an original deconstruction conceived by Co-Directors...

Book Review: ‘A Body of Work: Dancing to the Edge and...

In his stirring autobiography A Body of Work: Dancing to the Edge and Back, David Hallberg - a Principal Dancer with the American Ballet...

Review: ‘Azul’ at La Fábrica Theater

Did you ever wonder why Picasso chose to paint in blue? The earliest stage of his famous career is known as his Blue Period,...

Review: ‘A Never-Ending Line’ at The Players Theatre

Conceived by Composer and Director Jaime Lozano as a loving tribute to the women in his life and his matriarchal upbringing, A Never-Ending Line,...

Review: “Romeo and Juliet” at The Maryland Shakespeare Players at The...

Set in a post-apocalyptic world, The Maryland Shakespeare Players’ Romeo and Juliet, expertly directed by Vera Belaia, was a fantastic voyage into both Shakespeare’s...

Review: ‘An American in Paris’ at the Academy of Music

If you “love a Gershwin tune” (and who doesn’t?), An American in Paris, presented by Broadway Philadelphia for a limited run this Thanksgiving week...

Review #2: The Washington National Opera’s ‘The Daughter of the Regiment’...

Sometimes a relationship between a child and a parent is truly uplifting.  Multiply those emotions times twenty, and you experience the heartwarming plot of...

Review #1: Washington National Opera’s ‘The Daughter of the Regiment’ (Opening...

If your operatic desire is to hear one glorious aria after another sung by two operatic voices that would make the gods envious –set...

Fringe Encore Series Review: ‘Piaf and Brel (The Impossible Concert)’ at...

Though they never met or performed together, Édith Piaf (1915-63) and Jacques Brel (1929-78), nearly fifteen years apart in age, both became legends of...

An Interview with FringeArts President and Producing Director Nick Stuccio

Henrik: What inspired you to create FringeArts, Philadelphia’s annual theater arts festival—“a city-wide celebration of innovation and creativity in contemporary performance”? Nick: We went to...

Review: ‘The Phantom of the Opera’ at The Kennedy Center Opera...

In fact, a perfect opera! Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera dazzled the Kennedy Center’s Opera House this Friday, bringing the beloved and...

Review: ‘Boeing Boeing’ at The Colonial Players of Annapolis

Boeing Boeing is a real trip back to the swinging 60s, when men dressed in jackets and ties around the house, flight attendants (only...

DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best of 2015 #11: New York’s Ten Best of 2015...

It was an active year, heavily marked by new and revisited musicals. The attendance and box office numbers were good, both on and off...

An Interview with Antony Walker, Artistic Director of Washington Concert Opera

The operas of early 19th century master Gioachino Rossini play a big part in the life of Maestro Antony Walker. The artistic director of Washington...

‘La Bohème’ at Virginia Opera at the GMU Center for the...

La Bohème takes place in winter, between Christmas Eve and February. Director Kyle Lang has set the Virgina Opera's current production in the year...

‘Travels with My Aunt’ at The Clurman Theatre in New York...

In 1969 Graham Greene published a light novel with this title, which was in the vein of earlier romps such as The Egg and...

‘Eleanor: Her Secret Journey’ at Compass Rose Theater

Actress Sue Struve plays the one and only role – Eleanor Roosevelt – in the dynamic production of Eleanor: Her Secret Journey. This is...

Meet the Cast of Avant Bard’s ‘Friendship Betrayed’: Part 7: Brendan...

In Part 7 of a series of interviews with the cast of WSC Avant Bard’s production of Friendship Betrayed—a classic comedy by Spanish playwright...

2015 Philadelphia Fringe Festival: ‘The Captive’ at Philadelphia Artists’ Collective

Once upon a time, The Captive was hot stuff. Édouard Bourdet’s play caused a sensation in Paris in 1926, and again later that year...

‘Romeo and Juliet’ at Prince George’s Summer Shakespeare Festival

Summer and Shakespeare go hand-in-hand and Prince George’s Summer Shakespeare Festival’s Romeo and Juliet is a departure from “traditional” productions of this iconic William...

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