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Here’s the List of Honorees of DCMetroTheaterArts’ Best Scene Stealers of...

Here are the 2012-2013 Scene Stealers honorees selected by the staff of DCMetroTheaterArts. Congrats to all of you on your fine Scene Stealing performances. ____ *Kevin...

Favorite ‘Scene Stealers’ of the 2012-2013 DC Area Theater Season: Part...

There were many wonderful Scene Stealing moments on DC Metro Area stages in our professional, community, children's, and university theaters during the past theater season (August 1,...

Magic Time! ‘One Night in New York!’ by John Stoltenberg

The term “gay musical theater” is almost redundant, especially for countless closeted teens who found they could forget their troubles and get happy when...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘Bowen McCauley Dance presents: From the Ground Up’

What a great way to end DCMetroTheaterArts' 2013 Capital Fringe coverage by watching graceful and talented dancers from Bowen McCauley Dance perform two dance...

Ranting with Cyle: Chatting with Eric Tipler on His Musical ‘One...

There are certain shows that hit you with a sledgehammer (Rent) to get their point across. There are others that cut you slowly and...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘One Night in New York!’ by Joel Markowitz

I have never had such a good time at a Fringe musical like I had last night at the delightful, hysterical, hummable, loveable, and...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: Bowen McCauley Dance ‘From the Ground...

Bowen McCauley Dance (BMD) presents From the Ground Up. From ancient Egypt to modern day Austria, BMD explores the environments’ influence on movement and movement...

2013 Capital Fringe Preview: ‘One Night in New York!’ by Alyssa...

New Musical to Appear at Capital Fringe Festival One Night in New York! cannot wait to make its world premiere at this year’s Capital Fringe...

‘Shakespeare in Hollywood’ at Catholic University by Colleen Sproull

It is with great pleasure that I write this review. Catholic University's production of Ken Ludwig's Shakespeare in Hollywood is professional, outrageously funny, and...

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