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Review: ‘The Bluest Eye’ at Towson University Department of Theatre Arts

 ‘The Bluest Eye’ is a moving tale about race, dysfunction, and poverty Director Tavia La Follette, a Towson University professor, in choosing The Bluest Eye...

‘A Broadway Christmas Carol’ at MetroStage

Probably no other cast in the D.C. metro area works harder for a laugh, or enjoys it more when it comes, than the cast...

‘Becoming Dr. Ruth’ at Walnut Street Theatre Independence Studio on 3...

Becoming Dr. Ruth is a cute little show about a cute little lady. A one-woman show about Ruth Westheimer, the world’s most famous “German-French-Israeli-American”...

A Video Tribute to Shirley Temple Black: “Shirley Temple – America’s...

Shirley Temple Black passed away today at age 85. I spent countless hours as a kid watching this optimistic and cute, curly-haired and dimpled...

‘Gypsy’ at Riverside Center Dinner Theater by Julia L. Exline

Riverside Center Dinner Theater presents Gypsy, a musical inspired by the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee, a famous burlesque entertainer. With Book by Arthur...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ