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Review: ‘Are you now, or have you ever been…’ at MetroStage

In the current political zeitgeist, which includes Russian hackers manipulating opinion through Facebook ads, playwright Carlyle Brown’s Are you now, or have you ever...

Review: ‘Pippin’ at The George Washington University

“Join us,” cry the players, led by sophomore Madeline Winstel, in George Washington University’s performance of Pippin. In the show’s opening number “Magic to...

Housewives Get Desperate in Dario Fo’s ‘They Don’t Pay, We Won’t...

“Our homeland is the whole world.                              Our law is liberty. We...

Review: ‘They Don’t Pay? We Won’t Pay!’ at Ambassador Theater

How fortunate we are in the DC area, a locale that seeks status as a world class city, to have the Ambassador Theater in...

‘Top Girls’ at George Washington University

I may have missed it, but to my knowledge no playwright in the current Women’s Voices Theater Festival set out to write a feminist-socialist...

‘Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead’ at The George...

You’d be hard pressed to find a better theatrical catharsis for high school angst than Dog Sees God, Bert V. Royal’s funny/poignant reimagining of...

‘Rage’ at Ambassador Theater

Michele Riml's Rage made its US premiere this week at Flashpoint's Mead Theatre Lab. A production of Ambassador Theater, directed by Joe Banno, Rage...

DanceWorks Fall 2013 at The George Washington University by Rick Westerkamp

The structure of the George Washington University Department of Theatre and Dance’s DanceWorks Fall 2013 concert is absolutely wonderful. The audience is welcomed into...

Magic Time: ‘The Third Breast’ by John Stoltenberg

The Third Breast is a gritty play, produced by a gutsy company. The three actors are arresting; the music and visuals, appealing. But for...

‘The Third Breast’ at Ambassador Theater by Yvonne French

In Ambassador Theater's The Third Breast you are transported from an idyllic commune into a militaristic cult. The harrowing journey is the hallmark of thought-provoking...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ