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Review: ‘Back to Methuselah Part 3: As Far as Thought Can...

George Bernard Shaw loves words. Even his stage directions are wordy. He also loved ideas, philosophy, aesthetics, politics... In Back to Methuselah Part 3: As Far...

Magic Time! ‘Back to Methuselah’ at Washington Stage Guild (Article)

People rarely go to the theater anymore to know what a playwright thinks. We go to be entertained, we go to be moved, we...

‘Back to Methuselah’ at Washington Stage Guild (Review)

George Bernard Shaw wrote Back to Methuselah (A Metabiological Pentateuch) during World War I, with its assassination, its trench warfare, its chemical attacks, its...

‘The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek’ at The George Washington...

There were many moments in Naomi Wallace’s The Trestle at Poe Lick Creek, as  interpreted by Director Jodi Kanter at The George Washington University's...

‘Pen’ at Washington Stage Guild

Washington Stage Guild starts off its 29th season with a smart production of David Marshall Grant’s Pen, a curious play that is by turns...

‘Back to Methuselah’ at Washington Stage Guild by Amanda Gunther

If imagination is the beginning of creation, imagine a world where human beings could choose the length of their lives, creating for themselves an...

‘Dead Man’s Cell Phone’ at The George Washington University by Rick...

Let’s say you are sitting in a sparse, quaint café minding your own business. All of a sudden, a patron’s cell phone goes off,...

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