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‘Morning’s at Seven’ at The Colonial Players in Annapolis

Morning’s at Seven Delights at The Colonial Players in Annapolis Paul Osborn’s award-winning play Morning’s at Seven graces the stage at The Colonial Players in Annapolis, Maryland. The play originally opened on Broadway in 1939. Since that time, Morning’s at Seven went to Broadway in two highly successful revivals, one in 1980 and another in 2002. […]

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‘Sherlock’s Last Case’ at The Colonial Players

The Colonial Players of Annapolis have opened their 67th season with Sherlock’s Last Case, a darkly-funny send-up of the famous sleuth, written by Charles Marowitz and directed by Beth Terranova. Sherlock’s Last Case is a tough show to review without spoiling anything. This play has more twists than a rollercoaster; there’s so much deceit and […]

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‘Watch on the Rhine’ at The Colonial Players

Watch on the Rhine takes place during a seldom explored or even talked about era in American history. After the Great Depression and The New Deal, but before the bombing of Pearl Harbor there existed a dark period of uncertainty. In Europe, countries and territories fell to the Axis powers. One by one, rights were […]

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The 15th Annual 2014 WATCH AWARDS Nominations Announced

THE WATCH AWARDS Nominations Announced January 18, 2015 – 7:30 pm at The Birchmere, Alexandria, VA Award Ceremony Sunday, March 8, 2015 – 7:00 pm at The Birchmere, Alexandria, VA Award Ceremony Tickets $17.50 at the Birchmere Box Office or through Ticketmaster (plus service charge) 111 productions (34 musicals, 77 plays) were adjudicated in 2014. Thirty-one community […]

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‘Coyote on a Fence’ at Colonial Players by Amanda Gunther

As of October 2013 the state of Maryland became the sixth state to abolish the death penalty. The state of Maryland no longer utilizes capital punishment as a sentence for prisoners found guilty of heinous crimes against humanity. This does not, however, make The Colonial Players‘ production of Coyote on a Fence any less relevant. […]

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