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Book Review: The Baron of Broadway, ‘Unmasked: A Memoir’ by Andrew...

One sunny afternoon in 1984, Andrew Lloyd Webber (not yet “Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber” or “Baron Lloyd-Webber of Sydmonton” as he is known today)...

Meet the Cast of Olney Theatre Center’s ‘Sweeney Todd’: Part Three:...

In Part Three of a series of interviews with the cast of Sweeney Todd at Olney Theatre Center, meet Frank Viveros. Please introduce yourself and tell...

Spine: Love and Wit in ‘As You Like It’ at the...

Now playing at the Folger Theatre, a new adaptation of Shakespeare's As You Like It, directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch and produced in association...

In the Moment: ‘As You Like It’ at Folger Theatre

Gaye Taylor Upchurch’s appealing direction gives Folger Theatre’s As You Like It a warm flirtatious essence with buffoonery galore masking over Shakespeare’s initial soulful...

Review #1: ‘As You Like It’ at Folger Theatre

An updated classic that rocks! Shakespeare’s comedy, As You Like It, is the icing on the Folger Theatre’s 25th season and its observance of the 400th anniversary...

Review: ‘Mary Poppins’ at Reston Community Players

Mary Poppins Flies Into Reston CenterStage For A Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious Treat Reston Community Players’ production of Mary Poppins is a supercalifragilisticexpialidocious treat for the entire family....

‘Dr. Zhivago’ at The Broadway Theatre in New York City

This will be a short review because I have respect for the creative team behind Doctor Zhivago, but disappointment in their relentlessly moving musical...

DCMTA Scene Stealers-January and February 2015-Part 2

Here is our second group of January and February Scene Stealers. Congrats to our honorees. ______ Patrick A'Hearn Singing "Music of the Night" at The Music of...

‘The Musical of Musicals (The Musical!)’ at Damascus Theatre Company

Do you love classic Broadway theatre? Do you love the work of legendary Broadway composers? Do you love clever satire, glittering costumes, and talented...
The Little Prince. Photo by Scott Suchman.

‘The Little Prince’ at Washington National Opera

If you saw a drawing of a lumpy hat, would you assume it was just that? As an adult, you might. In the Kennedy...

A Chat With Rebecca Luker About ‘Little Dancer’ at The Kennedy...

It's always a pleasure and honor to speak with Rebecca Luker, and as Little Dancer ends its run at The Kennedy Center this Sunday, November...

It’s a Bittersweet Homecoming for ‘Evita’ Stars Sean MacLaughlin (Juan Peron)...

It’s a bittersweet homecoming for Evita stars  The final stop on the Evita tour at The Kennedy Center is bittersweet for hometown stars, Sean MacLaughlin...

‘Mary Poppins’ at Shenandoah Summer Music Theatre by Rick Schneider

The stage version of the musical Mary Poppins has finally reached the Washington area regional theater scene, and it has been well worth the...

‘Our Funny Valentine with Chelsea and Geoff Packard’ at Signature Theatre...

It’s a cold, blustery winter night on the eve of a major storm, but, the air was warm with love and affection at the...

‘Peter Nero: Classic Connections’ at Hylton Performing Arts Center by Keith...

When I was about 11 years old, I saw the talented and comedic Victor Borge perform at the Academy of Music in Philadelphia. I...

Tonight at 7 PM: Donna McKechnie Performs ‘Same Place, Another Time’...

While A Chorus Line is being performed at Olney Theatre Center Donna McKechnie, the Tony Award-winning Cassie from the original Broadway cast, is bringing her one-woman cabaret...

Donna McKechnie Performs ‘Same Place, Another Time’ at Olney Theatre Center...

While A Chorus Line is being performed at Olney Theatre Center Donna McKechnie, the Tony Award-winning Cassie from the original Broadway cast, is bringing her one-woman cabaret...

“Bringing ‘A Chorus Line’ to Olney”: Part 2: My History With...

In Part Two of “Bringing ‘A Chorus Line’ to Olney,” Director/Choreographer Stephen Nachamie takes us on his journey of appearing in and directing and...

“Bringing ‘A Chorus Line’ to Olney” Part One: Auditions, Rehearsals, and...

Director/Choreographer Stephen Nachamie takes us behind the scenes of Olney Theatre Center's production of A Chorus Line.' Here is Part 1. OLNEY THEATRE CENTER ASKS STEPHEN...

An Interview With Ramin Karimloo on ‘Broadway to Bluegrass’ at The...

If you're not yet familiar with Ramin Karimloo, best known for his portrayal of Jean Valjean in Les Miserables and the Phantom in Phantom of...

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