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Spine: Love and Menace in ‘The Lover’ and ‘The Collection’ at...

Early Pinter is marked by menace. The Room, The Birthday Party, and The Homecoming leave a chill in the air, and in the audience's agitated brain. We are...

Review: ‘The Lover’ and ‘The Collection’ at Shakespeare Theatre Company

The pairing of a director and a playwright is a mysterious thing. Sometimes it works. Sometimes it doesn’t. But sometimes, as here, it is...

Review: ‘Neverwhere’ at Rorschach Theatre

In 1582, a village parson heard the deathbed confession of a man named Richard Barley, who had married his butter churn. Barley claimed he...

Review: ‘to tell my story: a hamlet fanfic’ at The Welders...

Maybe the only way the play Hamlet could ever make sense is to filter it through a teenaged girl perspective. Watching a 30-year-old man...

‘Friendship Betrayed’ at WSC Avant Bard

Put 1630s Spain and 1920s America into a cocktail shaker, shake well, and you get WSC Avant Bard’s sparkling update of María de Zayas...

Source Festival: “The Thrush and the Woodpecker’

As a self-described launching pad for plays, the Source Festival offers writers and artists an opportunity to incubate promising new work, even if scripts...

‘Orlando’ at WSC Avant Bard by Sophia Howes

Orlando: Right You Are, if You Think You Are In Some Like It Hot (directed by Billy Wilder) Jack Lemmon and Tony Curtis, on the...

‘Glassheart’ at Rorschach Theatre by John Stoltenberg

The evening began enchantingly. The audience was seated on four sides of a square playing area lit by stage lighting, so we could look...

LA-TI-DO Celebrates Two Years This Thursday 1/23 at 7 PM by...

Join us to celebrate 2 years of La-Ti-Do! THIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2014 AT 7 PM La-Ti-Do At The Black Fox Lounge 1723 Connecticut Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20009 Admission:...

‘Neverwhere’ at Rorschach Theatre by Amanda Gunther

You have a good heart, and sometimes it's enough to see you through life, but mostly it's not. A riveting urban fantasy from fiction-writer...

‘Boged (Traitor): An Enemy of the People’ at Theater J by...

Doing the right thing will always start a war. In a time plagued with controversy, a thought-provoking intensely profound new work comes out of...

Part 8: Letters From the Living Dead: “This is the end...

Tonight is the final performance of NightoftheLivingDead (the musical) at Kensington Arts Theatre. How can I possibly begin to wrap this whole series up in...

‘POTUS Among Us’ at Washington Improv Theater by Jessica Vaughan

If you find yourself taking this election season as little too seriously, are sick of self-important talking heads on TV, or if you want...

‘Bus Stop’ at The Audrey Herman Spotlighters Theatre by Amanda Gunther

It may be October but down at Grace’s Diner just 30 miles west of Kansas City, Missouri, March is roaring in like a lion...

‘Hemispheric Dysfunctionalism & the Cortical Titanic’ at Capital Fringe by Cyle...

I scarcely know where to begin. Hemispheric Dysfunctionalism & the Cortical Titanic moves through the treacherous waters of involved philosophical musings like the Titanic maneuvered through...

‘And Then There Were None’ at Aldersgate Church Community Theater by...

Aldersgate Church Community Theater presents Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None, a captivating murder mystery directed by Roland Gomez. Originally a novel (that...

Part Seven: Letters From the Living Dead: “This house…this place” by...

“As we rounded round the hill, past the boating shop, we’d stop and turn the corner by the mill - and I’d see this house…this...

Tonight’s Guests Announced for ‘La-Ti-Do’ at 8 PM at Black Fox...

It's that time of week again! Come join in on the fun at The Black Fox Lounge's "Best of" nominated cabaret series La-Ti-Do. This week,...

‘Xanadu’ at Landless Theatre Company by Mike Spain

Landless Theatre Company's production of the musical Xanadu at the Frederick Cultural Arts Center provides an evening of fun, and exciting, and crazy entertainment. You...

‘Beethoven: The Power of Three’ at National Philharmonic at Strathmore by...

I was fortunate enough to attend “Beethoven: the Power of Three” by the National Philharmonic, under the expert baton of Piotr Gajewski, at the...

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