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Review: ‘The Mousetrap’ at Prince George’s Little Theatre

The Mousetrap Weaves a Tangled Patchwork of Suspense The Mousetrap, now playing at Bowie Playhouse and produced by Prince George’s Little Theatre, is a purist’s take on late mystery writer Agatha Christie’s classic play, which has run continuously since 1952. (Hollywood director Quentin Tarantino recently borrowed its suspects-in-a-room conceit in The Hateful Eight.) While Christie has […]

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‘Shrek The Musical’ at Reisterstown Theatre Project

Shrek is back in full green glory Last year Jonah learned to ride a bike. More recently he picked up a hockey stick. During the holidays my seven-year-old grandson tolerated three “Nutcrackers” – one on ice – and yesterday he got his first taste of a live, local theater rendition of Shrek the Musical not […]

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‘The Mousetrap’ at Parlor Room Theater by Ramona Harper

The Mousetrap is a must-see rite of passage production for any bona fide theater-lover. Parlor Room Theater’s production superbly captures the mood and mayhem of Agatha Christie’s classic murder mystery and will keep you guessing whodunit until the very last scene. Now in the 60th year of its Diamond Anniversary, the longest running show of any […]

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