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Review: ‘The Humans’ at the Walnut Street Theatre

The Blakes are not your ordinary dysfunctional family. As they gather for Thanksgiving dinner in an unfamiliar locale, everything seem fine, if a little...

Review: ‘The Humans’ National Tour at the Kennedy Center

Lights rise on The Humans and there, center stage, is Erik Blake (Richard Thomas), a fish out of water Pennsylvanian Dad in a New...

Review: ‘Columbinus’ at Metropolitan Youth Theatre by Matt Stevenson

Massacre. Bloodbath. Horror. These are just a few of the terms used to describe the absolute tragedy that took place on April 20, 1999...

Review: ‘Speech and Debate’ at George Washington University Department of Theatre...

“Why can’t we talk about anything real in school?” The question is posed by Solomon, a nerdy high school student and wannabe journalist, whose...

Review: ‘columbinus’ at The Theatre Lab School of the Dramatic Arts

Columbine: an aquilegia with long-spurred flowers. Despite the elegance of this flower, the name “columbine” has become synonymous with terror, fear and death. On...

Review: ‘The Humans’ at Roundabout Theatre at the Helen Hayes Theatre...

"Suddenly there is God so quickly" is one of those gems in Tennessee Williams' A Streetcar Named Desire, and it flashed into my mind...

In the Moment: Reflections on ‘Sons of the Prophet’ at Theater...

At the heart of Stephen Karam’s Sons of the Prophet are his Old-Testament Job-like questioning of an unseen, unknown higher presence. Questions abound around...

‘Sons of the Prophet’ at Theater J

Theater J’s first triumph of the season was Caleen Sinnette Jennings’ semi-autobiographical Queens Girl in the World. Its second is also loosely autobiographical: Stephen Karam’s Sons...

Theater J Announces its 2015-2016 Season

From Amy Friedman, Director of Marketing & Communications, Theater J: Theater J today announces its 2015-2016 season, a lineup of seven diverse plays ranging from personal,...

‘Speech & Debate’ at Montgomery College’s Communication and Performing Arts Department...

Montgomery College Communications and Performing Arts Department’s production of Stephen Karam’s Speech & Debate, which closed on Sunday is whip-smart, sophisticated, and incisive. First, there’s...

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