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2016 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Gilbert and Sullivan’s Switched! Or The...

  Conceived by emerging playwright Kevin Stackhouse as “a parody mock opera,” Gilbert and Sullivan’s Switched! Or The Insider and the Outsider, presented by Tavern...

Sullivan Operetta ‘Haddon Hall’ Works Without Gilbert by Ed Vilade

Sullivan without Gilbert? Is that possible? It's not only possible, as the operetta Haddon Hall shows, it's musically and theatrically entertaining. The Victorian Lyric...

‘The Yeomen of the Guard, or the Merryman and His Maid’...

So far this year, the most fun that I have had in the theatre was yesterday at Victorian Lyric Opera's (VLOC) sensationally entertaining production...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Crayon King, or Learning to Share’ by...

The Crayon King, or Learning to Share, by DC Character Coalition, is much more than a tale about sharing. This playful piece is...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘Our Boys’ by Victorian Lyric Opera...

Fathers, Sons, and a Side of Bacon. Our Boys was first performed in London at the Vaudeville Theatre on January 16, 1875. It went on...

2013 Capital Fringe Show Preview: ‘The Crayon King, or Learning to...

A Silly Musical about a Serious Subject: Crayons Capital Fringe has a surprise visitor during the 2013 Festival and he has more crayons than anyone...

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