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Charm City Fringe Review: ‘God: The One Man Show’

Can I Get an Amen?! Have you been looking for a show that combines laughter, wisdom, magic and miracles? Your prayers have been answered! This...

‘This Is The Week That Is’ at 1812 Productions in Philadelphia

1812 Productions consistently brings Philadelphia great comedy year after year. This Is The Week That Is is no exception with current events changing daily...

East Street Arts Center is coming to Frederick and Landless Theatre...

The Landless Theatre Company is opening the new "East Street Arts Center" at 919-B N. East Street in Frederick, MD. The 12,000 square foot...

National Symphony Orchestra: ‘The Music of John Williams’ at Wolf Trap

It was as good as it gets. A glorious DC area midsummer, low-humidity evening. There was a full house at the Filene Center; with...

‘The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged! Revised!)’ at Off the...

With our calendars getting increasingly crowded and revisiting the plays we read (were supposed to read/wanted to read/never thought of reading) in high school...

‘The Wedding Singer’ at Riverside Center Dinner Theater

Riverside Center Dinner Theater presents The Wedding Singer, based on the hit New Line Cinema Film written by Tim Herlithy. With a book and...

‘One Man Star Wars Trilogy’ at Baltimore Soundstage

“Artoo, What are we doing here…in Baltimore?” It’s not uncommon for a show to open with a musical number. It’s also not uncommon for the...

2015 Capital Fringe Preview #8: Red Knight Productions Presents: ‘Witches’ by...

The working title for this show was Witches are Bitches. However, after much deliberation, we decided that Witches are Bitches didn’t quite evoke the fairy...

Save the Day and Get a Medal: An Interview with Charles...

DCMetro Theater Arts’ Winters Geimer had an exclusive interview with Charles Ross on what you should know before the show and his thoughts on the...

Baltimore Symphony Orchestra: ‘A Tribute to John Williams’ at The Music...

At the atmospheric Strathmore complex in North Bethesda on a hot Thursday evening,  on May 28, 2015, the musical presentation entitled The Music of...

Next Day Theater’s Matt Spangler Recaps Their May 16, 2015 Performance...

When you go to one-night-only theater, you never know what you’ll get. There’s no word of mouth, no buzz, no yelping from critics. It’s...

Next Day Theater: ‘Hitting Like a Truck’ on May 16th by...

Next Day Theater: Hitting Like a Truck on May 16th For years, I’ve been thinking, man, I’ve got to get into this theater scene in...

‘Electric Pharaoh’ at Baltimore Rock Opera Society

Cover your butts, DC: the Baltimore Rock Opera Society is about to invade Atlas Performing Arts Center with their brand new rock musical Electric...
Call Girl of Cthulu

Interview with Jimmy George, Screenwriter of ‘Call Girl of Cthulhu’

When I first heard the title Call Girl of Cthulhu I envisioned H.P. Lovecraft meets Russ Meyer and thought, “Who are the geniuses behind that?”...

‘The Campsite Rule’ at Washington Rogues

Over the course of my college years, I have heard countless stories from alumni about their conflicted emotions upon returning to their alma mater....

Straight No Chaser at Wolf Trap

There’s something magical that happens when you take ten talented male vocalists, put them in matching slim-fitting blazers, and get them to sing out...

Meet the Cast of Unexpected Stage Company’s ‘Dani Girl’: Caroline Wolfson,...

Meet the cast of Unexpected Stage Company's Dani Girl. _______ Caroline Wolfson (Dani) Joel: Where did you get your training and where have local theatregoers seen you perform? Caroline: I'm...

‘Bondage’ by Pinky Swear Productions at Anacostia Playhouse by Yvonne French

Is it possible to engage in S&M and appear heartwarming at the same time? The answer is 'yes' if you are in the cast...

‘America the Beautiful,’ With the National Symphony Orchestra at Wolf Trap...

America the Beautiful by the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by the earnest and lively American conductor Emil de Cou soared at Wolf Trap. First of...

ARTISTIC SPOTLIGHT: An Interview with the Founder and Producing Director of...

ARTISTIC SPOTLIGHT: Ed Herendeen “New plays are the future,” says Ed Herendeen, the Producing Director of the Contemporary American Theater Festival (CATF), located in Shepherdstown,...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ