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Review: ‘My Fair Lady’ at Quintessence Theatre

Quintessence Theatre has built a strong reputation as a home for classic drama. But now they’ve dived into the American Musical Theatre canon in...

Review: ‘My Fair Lady’ at Olney Theatre Center

Not your grandparents’ My Fair Lady, Olney Theatre Center presents a brilliant reimagining of this classic musical. With book and lyrics by Alan Jay...

Review: ‘Pygmalion’ at Compass Rose Theater

Compass Rose Theater’s production of the George Bernard Shaw classic Pygmalion is an entertaining, thought-provoking show. Directed by Jim Knipple, it combines great acting...

Review: ‘Pygmalion’ at The British Players

I envy the folks lucky enough to have attended the opening night performance of George Bernard Shaw’s brand new play Pygmalion in 1913. They were...

Interview: Meet the Cast of ‘Pygmalion’ at The British Players: Part...

In a series of interviews with the cast of Pygmalion at The British Players, meet Roger Stone who plays Alfred Doolittle. Please introduce yourself and...

Interview: Meet the Cast of ‘Pygmalion’ at The British Players: Part...

In part three of a series of interviews with the cast of Pygmalion at The British Players, meet Daniel Owen who plays Professor Henry...

Interview: Meet the Cast of ‘Pygmalion’ at The British Players: Part...

In part two of a series of interviews with the cast of Pygmalion at The British Players, meet John Allnutt who plays Colonel Pickering. Please...

Interview: Meet the Cast of ‘Pygmalion’ at The British Players: Part...

In Part One of a series of interviews with the cast of Pygmalion at The British Players, meet Jenn Robinson. Joel: Please introduce yourself and...

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...

Review: A Fully Staged Reading of ‘My Fair Lady’ at Annapolis...

It is not easy to reinvent the wheel let alone attempt it, but that is exactly what the ambitious Annapolis Shakespeare Company has done,...

‘My Fair Lady’ at Zemfira Stage

Northern Virginia’s non-equity, professional theater company, Zemfira Stage, continues to strive to provide ambitious, motivated entertainment with its current production of the much beloved...

An Interview with the Set Design Team of Damascus Theatre Company’s...

Interview with DTC’s My Fair Lady Set Team: Bill Brown, Set Design Jim Korte and Bill Rippey, Master Carpenters Nancy Eynon Lark and Maria Littlefield, Set Dressing...

‘My Fair Lady’ at Damascus Theatre Company

“Why Can’t the English Teach Their Children How to Speak?” laments phonetics professor Henry Higgins upon hearing a cacophonous Cockney accent from a poor...

Meet the Cast of ‘My Fair Lady’ at Damascus Theatre Company–Part...

In Part 3 of a series of interviews with the director and cast members of Damascus Theatre Company's My Fair Lady, meet Cara Bachman. Joel: Introduce yourself...

Preview of Conor McPherson’s “The Birds” at Quotidian Theatre Company by...

Do you have your tide tables? You know: those listings that tell you high tide, low tide, water height, etc. Every newspaper from a...

Preview of Conor McPherson’s “The Birds” at Quotidian Theatre Company by...

Do you have your tide tables? You know: those listings that tell you high tide, low tide, water height, etc. Every newspaper from a...

“I, Jack, am the Knave of Hearts” at DCAC March 14-April...

I, Jack, am the Knave of Hearts, a play for actor and audience, will be at the DC Arts Center - 2438 18th Street,...

The Best of 2012: Part 10: Designers, Cabarets & Concerts,...

Here are DCMetroTheaterArts writers' choices for their favorites designs of production in the the DC Metro Area in 2012. I always felt that...

The Best of 2012: Part 9: ‘Solo Performances, Children’s/Young Adult, Directors,...

 BEST SOLO PERFORMANCES Joe Brack in My Princess Bride at DC Capital Fringe Festival. Alex Brightman in How I Paid for College at The Hub Theatre. Mike Daisey in The...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ