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Review: ‘Mean Girls’ at the August Wilson Theatre

If you’ve ever witnessed (or worse yet, experienced, encouraged, or participated in) the “girl-on-girl crime” of high-school cliques, malicious gossip, fierce competitiveness, and vicious...

Review: Broadway-Bound ‘Mean Girls’ at the National Theatre

It’s fun, it’s pink, it’s very Tina Fey. The pre-Broadway world premiere of Mean Girls officially opened at the National Theatre last night. Judging from...

Interview: ‘Mean Girls’ Star Kyle Selig Discusses Playing Aaron Samuels in...

Broadway veteran Kyle Selig is no stranger to the role of teen heartthrob. “I was Prom King in high school,” he sheepishly admits, “but...

Father, Son, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame: Interviews with Producer/Director...

Harry Dietzler, the executive and artistic director of Upper Darby Summer Stage, one of America’s oldest and most successful theater programs for young adults,...

Review: ‘A Conversation with Alec Baldwin’ at Smithsonian Associates

A sold out crowd Wednesday night enthusiastically enjoyed the Emmy, Golden Globe, and Screen Actors Guild Award-winning actor, writer, producer, comedian, and political activist...

2016 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Yes, And’

‘Yes, And’ explores the history of improv Yes, And… directed by Jeff Quintana and expertly written and acted by Playwright Zack Myers is a quirky...

The Women’s Voices Theater Festival: ‘No Spring Chicken’ at NextStop Theatre...

NextStop Theatre Company’s contribution to the Women’s Voices Theater Festival is the extraordinary No Spring Chicken, written and performed by Ginna Hoben and directed...

‘Let Them Eat Chaos’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company

Remember that now-classic line from Jerry Maguire? “You had me from hello!” That’s how the audience felt about one minute into The Second City’s new production...

Columbia Festival of the Arts Part 6: ‘The Best of Second...

What do Anne Meara, Jerry Stiller, Joan Rivers, Jim Bulushi, Dan Aykroyd, John Candy, Amy Poehler, Tina Fey, Steven Colbert and Steve Carrell have...

‘The Revolutionists’ at The Catholic University Department of Drama (Review)

The Revolutionists, an ambitious and promising new play by Lauren Gunderson, is getting a spiffy first full production courtesy of The Catholic University Department...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review ‘What Would Tina and Amy Do?’

Wouldn’t it be great if we could all have some stellar, successful person be our own personal mentor? That’s what Annie (Catie Carlton) and...

Capital Fringe 2014 Preview: ‘What Would Tina and Amy Do?’ by...

What Would Tina and Amy Do? is a new play about best friends, Annie and Tinley, and the challenges they face as they try...

‘Girls Night: The Musical!’ An Interview With Producer and Performer Sonya...

Sisterhood is alive and well and coming to the Carlyle Club in Alexandria.  For two nights only the city’s most sophisticated nightclub will be taken by...

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