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Interview: Playwright Patrick Flynn Shines New Light on ‘Tinker Bell’ at...

Tinker Bell has been a part of children’s lives since J. M. Barrie first introduced her to the literary canon in his 1904 play...

Report: Source Festival 2017: ‘Best of 10-Minute Plays’

A destination awaits for theater-goers ready for a high-quality evening taking in a marketplace of intriguing 10-minute plays. The destination is DC’s ever-changing 14th...

Review: Source Festival 2016: ‘Secrets & Sound’: Six 10-Minute Plays

Don’t feel like committing to a two-hour show in development? Secrets & Sound: Six 10-Minute Plays is your ticket to theatrical speed-dating. You’re bound...

‘Bigger Than You, Bigger Than Me’ at Field Trip Theatre

If there is a post-9/11 theater in America—the way there was, for instance, a postwar theater in Europe—it just got bigger than before. A...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Giant Box of Porn’

(Best of the Capital Fringe) Giant Box of Porn opened in the big Warehouse black box before a standing-room-only audience Saturday, and once the show got...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘Giant Box of Porn’ by Patrick Flynn

“Why is there a giant box of porn in our apartment?” The question is as old as time itself. Or maybe it isn’t. Scholars...

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