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News: The Welders Receive Grants for the Development of New Work

(Washington, D.C.) The Welders—Washington’s only playwrights’ collective devoted exclusively to developing and producing new plays—has received funding for artistic development of projects by individual...

Review: ‘The Trojan Women Project’ at Brave Spirits (Women’s Voices Theater...

Brave Spirits Theatre adds its distinctive style to the Women’s Voices Theatre Festival with The Trojan Women Project. It is a singular event. The Trojan...

Review: ‘Doctor Faustus’ at Brave Spirits Theatre

Full disclosure: If your only exposure to the classics was Shakespeare in high school, then be ready to get out there and see what...

Review: ‘Lady M’ – A Co-Production of Collective Eleven, Women from...

In the first scene of LadyM, a show devised by Francesca Chilcote, Rachel Hynes, Vanita Kalra, and Anastasia Wilson, a woman dressed in white...

Magic Time!’ ‘LIZZIE: The Musical’ at Pinky Swear Productions

Don’t groan but this is a bloody good show. It rocks, it roils, it’s saucy and sassy, it’s effin in-your-face. The story is gory as...

Review: ‘LIZZIE: The Musical’ at Pinky Swear Productions

Fresh off their Capital Fringe Best Overall Show and Best Musical Theatre or Opera wins for 2016’s Over Her Dead Body, Pinky Swear Productions...

Review: ‘You Have Made A Story on My Skin’ at Mead...

You Have Made a Story on My Skin, created by the Production Team and led by writer/performer Rachel Hynes, uses personal stories to explore...

‘Half Life (a zombie letter for no one)’ at Mead Theatre...

“I’m not dead, I’m just hurt real bad,” says Regina, a young woman whose life is a painful wreck, a sorry mess. She’s homeless,...

Magic Time!: ‘The T Party’ at Forum Theatre

Natsu Onoda Power’s delightfully devised theater piece The T Party could not have a more perfect home than Michael Dove’s quintessentially inclusive Forum Theatre....

‘The T Party’ at Forum Theatre

Just so we’re clear: Natsu Onoda Power’s new devised performance piece is neither an homage to Ted Cruz nor a biography of Michelle Bachmann....

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Balloon Plays’

Balloon Plays is a great way to introduce kids to the wonders of Fringe. It is, to my knowledge, the only offering directed towards a...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘Balloon Plays’ by Babel Theatre

Sometimes a Fringe show is like a recipe: it's all about starting with the right ingredients. In the case of Balloon Plays, we started with...

Source Festival: ‘Facebook in Memorium’

There is a ton of great theatre to see at this year’s Source Festival. But amidst the three full length and 18 ten minute...

A Report on ‘TYGER’ at banished? productions

Following a first workshop production at the Shakespeare Theatre Company's Happenings at the Harman series, banished? productions have returned with version two of their...

‘Tigers, Tarot and the Process of Storytelling’ at banished? Productions This...

“We wanted to blur the lines a little between performance and reality,” said lead devisor, Rachel Hynes, “and everybody likes a good mystery.” If...

‘The T Party’ at Forum Theatre by Christina Marie Frank

Audiences don't like to feel like they are being taught. So how do you inform an audience without seeming preachy? How do you make...

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