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DCMetroTheaterArts is One Year Old Today!

DCMetroTheaterArts is one year old today. Thanks to all our readers for supporting and visiting our site. A special thank you to the theatre...

‘Playwright Kurt Hackbarth, in Mexico, Confronts the Man’ by Pat Davis

Kurt Hackbarth’s new play, El Ostrakon: A Tragedy in Three Acts, which launched Oaxaca’s recent theater festival, examines quotidian forms of oppression: the education system, organized...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Tent of Dreams: An Occuplay’ by Pat Davis

The Baldacchino Gypsy Tent, with a loud crowd thronging in the bar next door, is the perfect setting. The crowd will likely be inside,...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘The New and Improved Stages of Grief’ by...

The famed Italian novelist Italo Calvino during a 1968 visit to the US noted the following: Americans laugh at death. He had seen a...

‘The Bacchae’ at WSC Avant Bard by Pat Davis

Until the drumming began and the guitars wound their gypsy music across the stage and members of the chorus began to gyrate, I didn’t...

‘Crown of Shadows: the wake of odysseus’ at Round House Theatre...

Crown of Shadows: the wake of odysseus, written by Jason Gray Platt and premiering at Round House Theatre, is witty and surprising. Gray Platt,...

‘John & Beatrice’ at The Hub Theatre by Pat Davis

The Hub Theatre’s production of John & Beatrice is riveting. The play is funny, poetic, suspenseful, and deep. A young woman advertises that she...

On March 31st ‘DC SWAN DAY’ Showcases Women Artists in a...

On March 31, 135 female artists in Washington, DC will stick their necks out, stretch their wings, and plunge into SWAN Day. SWAN (Support...

An Interview with Actress Emily Morrison by Pat Davis

Emily Love Morrison is a Washington, DC actor, who most recently performed in American Century Theater’s  Little Murders, by Jules Feiffer. She offered her...

An Interview with Constellation Theatre Company’s Allison Stockman by Pat Davis

Constellation Theatre Company is one of Washington, DC’s under-the-radar wonders. Founded in 2007, the theater company, in its intimate space at Source, has quietly...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ