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Report: ‘Yoga Play’ at Mosaic Theater Company Workshop Series

Yoga Play, a new work by Dipika Guha, was presented as part of Mosaic Theater Company’s 2018 Workshop Series at the Atlas Performing Arts...

Review: ‘to tell my story: a hamlet fanfic’ at The Welders...

Maybe the only way the play Hamlet could ever make sense is to filter it through a teenaged girl perspective. Watching a 30-year-old man...

Review: ‘The Arabian Nights’ at Constellation Theatre Company

One Thousand and One Nights, the collection of classic Islamic tales upon which Mary Zimmerman built The Arabian Nights, now playing at Constellation Theatre...

Spine: Consciousness, Conscience, and ‘The Hard Problem’ at The Studio Theatre

Tom Stoppard's The Hard Problem isn't so much about consciousness and the existence of subjectivity, "the hard problem" elucidated by contemporary Australian philosopher David...

Magic Time! ‘The Hard Problem’ at The Studio Theatre

I love when a play starts out as a fascinating head trip—a smart, high-concept exhilaration of ideas—then propels me headlong into an overwhelming flood...

In the Moment: The Studio Theatre’s ‘The Hard Problem’

Studio Theatre’s production of The Hard Problem by Tom Stoppard charmed me with its intellectual and ideological turmoil fueled by verbal fierceness. With a shiny, contemporary...

Review: ‘The Hard Problem’ at The Studio Theatre

No shrinking violet when it comes to exploring humanity’s most complex questions, playwright Tom Stoppard takes a deep dive into the frontiers of neuroscience,...

Dangereuse: ‘The Lovers with a Thousand Faces’: ‘Romeo and Juliet’ at...

Romeo and Juliet at the Shakespeare Theatre is a revelatory theatre experience. Director Alan Paul’s version of Romeo and Juliet has a complexity and...

Take A Bow Part 2: The Staff of DCMetroTheaterArts’ Favorite Spring/Summer...

Here's Part 2 of the staff of DCMetroTheaterArts' favorite Spring/Summer 2016 performances. To our honorees: TAKE A BOW! ____ Stori Ayers as Alma (and others), in Yellowman at Anacostia...

A Special 50% Off Deal for ‘The Hero of EVERYTHING’ for...

50% Off Special Discount for DCMetroTheaterArts Readers For The Hero of Everything The Hero of EVERYTHING opens September 12th at the Silver Spring Black Box Theatre -8641 Colesville...

‘The Hero of EVERYTHING’ Plays at Silver Spring Black Box Theatre...

InterAct Story Theatre is buzzing with excitement, preparing for a run of their acclaimed children’s play The Hero of EVERYTHING preparing to run at...

Mosaic Theater Company of DC Announces 36 Actors Slated for Their...

Helen Hayes Award winners and DC favorites join internationally recognized artists and strong newcomers in a company committed to telling diverse stories. Mosaic Theater Company...

2015 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Out of Sync’

What happens when memories of your past begin to sabotage your present? Doorway Arts Theatre Company tackles this question head on in Out of...

‘Very Still & Hard to See’ at Rorschach Theatre Company

Very Still & Hard to See is neither quiet nor a challenge to perceive. Its aural and optical pleasures are bountiful. For this production...

Source Festival: ‘Revenge: Six 10-Minute Plays’

Someone once said “revenge is sweet.” In the case of CulturalDC’s Source Festival show Revenge, not only is revenge sweet, but it is hilarious,...

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 Jungle Book’ at Adventure Theatre MTC

Adventure Theatre MTC presents The Jungle Book, based on the fables collected by Rudyard Kipling and adapted for the stage by Tracey Power. Shirley...

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