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Capital Fringe Preview: ‘Lancer & Lace’ by James F. Bruns

First of all, I don’t remember where I was on November 22, 1963 at 12:40 pm, CST when CBS News interrupted, As the World Turns to...

Review: ‘Always…Patsy Cline’ at Walnut Street Theatre – Independence Studio on...

As one of the most iconic country singers of all time, Patsy Cline was taken away from us too quickly. At age 30, she...

Review: ‘An Evening with Jim Lehrer’ at The Writer’s Center

The Writer’s Center in Bethesda is celebrating its 40th Anniversary this year, and what better way could there be to mark the occasion than a...

A Report on ‘Sanctuary (An American Psalm)’ at Arena Stage

There is a moment when Director and performer  John Moletress and Jocelyn Kuritsky are dancing on stage left. Caridad Svich is singing her original...

‘Christmas Belles’ at Bowie Community Theatre

If you are looking for a show to get you in the Christmas mood but simply can’t face one more version of A Christmas...

Meet the Cast of Avant Bard’s ‘Holiday Memories’ Part 5: Devon...

In Part 5 of a series of five interviews with the cast of WSC Avant Bard’s production of Holiday Memories—a stage adaptation of two...

‘A Tuna Christmas’ at Spotlighters Theatre

Spotlighters Theatre has gone south for the winter, spending the holidays in Texas with their production of A Tuna Christmas. Written by Jaston Williams,...

‘Greater Tuna’ at The Vagabond Players

First things first: Happy Big One Oh Oh! to The Vagabond Players. The show was not only a Five Star treat, but the opening night...

2015 Capital Fringe Review: “Augustus The Sissy’

Close your eyes during Dana Scott Galloway’s performance of Augustus the Sissy you will be drawn in by his gravelly Texas drawl and the...

‘Hand to God’ at The Booth Theatre in New York City

As summer fare this highly imaginative black comedy by Robert Askins is not what you'd expect. No Butterflies are Free, no Barefoot in the...

Extra! Extra! An Interview with Ben Cook: He’s Home and He’s...

Ben Cook is returning home and will be dancing his heart out in Newsies at The National Theatre. I had a chance to catch...

The Playwright’s Playground: Playwright Lisa D’Amour Discusses Process, Transformation, and Her...

In this edition of The Playwright’s Playground, I interview playwright Lisa D’Amour, a Pulitzer Prize finalist and interdisciplinary artist who comes from a long...

‘Greater Tuna’ at the Washington County Playhouse

Greater Tuna, the opening show of the 2015 season at the Washington County Playhouse, now under the new ownership of Shawn and Laura Martin,...

Young Playwrights’ Theater Presents The 20th Anniversary Festival at Theater J

“Really? A pre-teen wrote this? No way!They did? Wow!” Those were my thoughts as I was drawn into the celebration of “the best of” twenty years of...

‘An Evening with Natalie Merchant’ at The Lincoln Theatre

Singer-songwriter superstar Natalie Merchant sparkled, performing a career-spanning set in front of a sold-out crowd last Wednesday night at DC’s Lincoln Theatre. The show...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Mandarin Orange’

The cute and clever title and a quick read of Kate Robards’one woman show synopsis can’t help but put a smile on your face. Mandarin...

Capital Fringe 2014 Show Preview: ‘Mandarin Orange’ by Hunter Styles

Mandarin Orange is written and performed by Kate Robards. Uprooted from country life in Orange, Texas, Kate finds herself at the center of Shanghai, China’s largest city....

‘Come Back to the 5 & Dime, Jimmy Dean, Jimmy Dean’...

Tragedy struck America in 1955 when that beautiful Porsche went careening off the side of the highway, taking with it that teenage heartthrob, James...

An Interview with Director Sherrionne Brown on Directing ‘Harvey’ at Vagabond...

A Pooka is coming! And a Pooka is here! The Vagabond Players production of Harvey is going strong; an incredibly fascinating look at the...

Interview with Army Sergeant First Class Julie Boehler, Principal Timpanist of...

Sergeant First Class Julie Angelis Boehler is the Principal Timpanist of The United States Army Band "Pershing's Own." In 2003, she became the first...

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