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Review: ‘Enchanted April’ at Greenbelt Arts Center

Are you ready to ditch this cold, rainy weather we’ve had and enjoy an Enchanted April? Vicariously escape to Italy to appreciate wisteria and...

Review: ‘The Flick’ at Signature Theatre

Like the seismic shift in the theatrical terrain that I experienced when I saw the Steppenwolf Theater’s production of Lanford Wilson’s Balm in Gilead...

‘Snow White and the Family Dwarf’ at Providence Players of Fairfax

Heartwarming, hilarious, and fun, reminiscent in tone to It's a Wonderful Life, and similar in its moral purpose, Snow White and the Family Dwarf...

Now Playing: Providence Players Opens a Family Friendly Comic Twist on...

Providence Players opens a Family Friendly Comic Twist on A Classic Tale: Snow White and the Family Dwarf This weekend through the 20th of December, the...

‘ReWrapped’ at the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC

The annual Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC (GMCW) holiday concert entitled ReWrapped was a lively holiday treat that combined cutting-edge musical arrangements with a light,...

‘God’s Favorite’ at The Thurmont Thespians

The best aspect of great community theater is you never know where you’ll find it. It could be an elaborate setting in an old...

‘Dogfight’ at Red Branch Theatre Company

Dogfight is a drama that deals almost entirely with surfaces — surface beauty, surface values, surface concerns and surface victories. Taken on that level,...

2015 Capital Fringe Review ‘BrouHaHa’

What would you do at the end of the world? Happenstance Theatre’s newest show BrouHaHa answers this and more, as six clowns journey towards the...

‘The Little Prince’ at Creative Cauldron

Creative Cauldron at ArtSpace presents The Little Prince, based on the book by Antione de Saint Exupery, with music by Rick Cummins and book...

‘Choking Out the Kudzu’ at The Greenbelt Arts Center

In the program notes for Choking Out the Kudzu: The Musical, Director Billie Colombaro says that this show began its journey into being back...

‘God’s Favorite’ at Montgomery Playhouse by Joel Markowitz

Neil Simon wrote God's Favorite as a way of reacting and dealing with his wife's untimely death from cancer, so he turned to The Book...

‘Gypsy’ at Cockpit in Court by Amanda Gunther

Hold onto your hats and hallelujah! Momma’s gonna show it to you because everything is coming up Roses this summer season as Cockpit in...

‘Les Belles Soeurs’ at Fells Point Corner Theatre by Amanda Gunther

They say you shouldn’t count your chickens before they hatch. You also shouldn’t cash in your stamps for prizes before you have them all...

‘Rose’s Dilemma’ at Spotlighters Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Never trust the dead man you live with, especially if you can’t be certain whether he’s the ghost of your dead ex-lover or just...

‘Music In The Movies II’ at Signature Theatre

Signature Theatre’s Cabaret series continues with the spectacular Music In The Movies II. There’s only a few days left to enjoy a really, really,...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ