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Magic Time!: ‘Outside Mullingar’ at The Keegan Theatre

How does a play that starts out about real estate for gosh sake—adjacent farms in rural Ireland—become a heart-wrenching story of adjacent lost souls...

Review #1: ‘Outside Mullingar’ at The Keegan Theatre

Theatre-lovers searching for a sequel to Doubt—John Patrick Shanley’s prize-winning (and frequently revived) play about nuns and priests in an Irish-American enclave of New...

‘G-d’s Honest Truth’ at Theater J

Illusions and dreams are often enough the stuff needed to help us keep on truckin’ through life. Certainly Prospero in The Tempest and Sam...

‘The Intelligent Homosexual’s Guide to Capitalism and Socialism With a Key...

This is a big play,” the playwright Tony Kushner has said without understatement, and without an argument from anyone. It’s sprawling and sweeping and...

“Four Weddings and a Surprise Fifth Wedding”

The Unitarian Universalist Church of Annapolis’ sanctuary was packed Monday, September 8, for the highly anticipated “Wine & Words” evening hosted by Bay Theatre....

‘The Best Man’ at The Keegan Theatre by David Friscic

The Keegan Theatre’s current production of Gore Vidal’s political drama The Best Man is solid entertainment in the best sense of the word. Never...

Tonight at 7:20 PM: The 2014 Helen Hayes Awards Nominations Will...

TONIGHT the 2014 Helen Hayes nominations will be announced from The National Theatre at 7:20 PM. Let us know who you would like to see...

The 2014 Helen Hayes Awards Nominations to Be Announced Tomorrow at...

Tomorrow night the 2014 Helen Hayes nominations will be announced from The National Theatre at 7:20 PM. Let us know who you would like to...

Magic Time: Oscar Wilde’s Salomé at Scena Theatre by John Stoltenberg

There’s some wondrous strange stuff in the Bible, but for out and out bizarro it’s hard to top the tale of the king Herod’s...

Oscar Wilde’s Salomé at SCENA Theatre at Atlas Performing Arts Center...

Oscar Wilde's Salomé, directed by Robert McNamara, rounds out SCENA Theatre's 25th anniversary season with its second production of this controversial, yet classic, biblical...

‘The Full Monty’ at The Keegan Theatre by Derek Mong

Leave your inhibitions at the door as you step foot into The Keegan Theatre for its scintillating run of The Full Monty, written by...

Bay Theatre Company Ceases Operations by Joel Markowitz

I was so saddened when I opened an email around 9:30 PM tonight from Bay Theatre Company's Artistic Director Janet Luby, which informed me...

Reporting From The 2013 Helen Hayes Awards by Cate Brewer

Fondly referred to as “drama prom” by local theatre artists, last night the Washington area theatre community and its supporters gathered to celebrate theatre...

Here Are the Recipients of the 2013 Helen Hayes Awards

Here are the recipients of the 29th Annual Helen Hayes Awards announced tonight at The Warner Theatre. The recipients are in BOLD. Congrats to...

Send Your Favorite Helen Hayes Award Nominees a Note & LIVE...

Here's your chance to send your favorite Helen Hayes Award nominees a note, a pat on the back, and good wishes!! Leave a comment in...

Robert Aubry Davis to Interview Helen Hayes Awards Nominees on Live...

TheatreWashington is holding a get-together tonight to honor this year's Helen Hayes Awards nominees. At 8 PM, from the Hamilton Hotel, watch WETA’s Robert Aubry...

This Saturday @ 2 PM @DCJCC: Free Showing of Local Playwright...

Local Playwright Roy C. Berkowitz will be joined by Producer/Director Matt Starr and cast members Gail Griffith and Bruce Jacklin of the film version of his one-act play ‘Neitzsche’ Ate Here this Saturday,...

‘The Actor’s Nightmare’ and ‘Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All’ at...

We’ve all had that nightmare— showing up in our underwear and not knowing what we supposed to say or how we got there? Now...

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