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Review: ‘Motown The Musical’ at the Academy of Music

Bringing Detroit’s soulful music to the masses was the goal, and Berry Gordy showed he was ready for the challenge by creating the melodies...

Review: ‘Dogfight’ at Rockville Musical Theatre and Arts on the Green

War, friendship, and love are serious elements in a man or woman’s life. Rockville Musical Theatre’s production of Dog Fight explores those elements through...

Review: ‘Dogfight’ at the Apollo Civic Theatre

The cast of Dogfight at the Apollo Civic Theatre tackles an unusually difficult subject, especially for a musical, with great aplomb, assisted by excellent...

Review: ‘All the Way’ at Arena Stage

Lyndon Baines Johnson, popularly known as “LBJ,” was one of our best presidents, and also one of our worst. Truly a study in contrasts,...

In the Moment: A Look at Jack Viertel’s “The Secret Life...

Revealing the concealed underpinnings and durable structures of American musicals is no easy undertaking. Let alone covering and analyzing the past seven decades of...

Review: ‘Alan Cumming Sings Sappy Songs’ at Strathmore

The sign in the Strathmore ticket booth said a lot about Alan Cumming’s appeal. “SHOW SOLD OUT!” it blared. An hour before the show, the place...

‘Occupied Territories’ at Theater Alliance

The theater is no a stranger to the wounds of war. Countless plays and performance pieces have opened our hearts and minds to that...

Recap of ‘The GI Film Festival’ – May 18-24, 2015

The GI Film Festival is in its ninth year and has grown so big. It ended yesterday at the huge and swanky Angelika Film Center...

‘If All the Sky Were Paper’ at The Kennedy Center’s Terrace...

Fitting that If All the Sky Were Paper — a dramatization of war correspondence lovingly presented by archivist Andrew Carroll — would unfold at...

‘Passion Play’ at Forum Theatre

During the Roman times, theatre was a savage sport: need a crucifixion, grab a slave. During the Dark Ages, theatre disappeared under the cloak of...

‘Three Sistahs’ at MetroStage

Who says lightning never strikes the same place twice? All MetroStage has to do is keep bringing back Three Sistahs, the foot-tapping, gut-busting and...

Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘Hey, Hey, LBJ!’

The unfolding story of one combat correspondent and his changing views on the Vietnam War, David Kleinberg's solo performance Hey, Hey, LBJ! spans three...

Advance Purchase Opportunity To Purchase Tickets to ‘If/Then’ at The National...

DCMetroTheaterArts Readers: This is a Unique Advance Purchase Opportunity To Purchase Tickets to  If/Then  At The National Theatre World Premiere of a pre-Broadway Musical November 5 - December 8, 2013 At...

Capital Fringe Review: ‘BenchMARKS’ by Marlene Hall

BenchMARKS produced by Project E/C, written by Melanie Fiona Bevell-Jackson, and directed by Colleen Theresa Brown "is dialogue and flashback vignettes that provide a...

Tommy Emmanuel With Anthony Snape at The Birchmere by Mike Spain

Tommy Emmanuel performed a sold out show at The Birchmere Concert Hall on Sunday night. He had another large crowd on hand for Monday’s...

‘WPAS & The Choral Arts Society of DC’s ‘Broadway’s Show-Stoppers with...

Broadway legend and Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell and the Choral Arts Society of Washington wowed a Mother’s Day crowd with a feel-good repertoire...

‘Twelfth Night’ at Folger Theatre by Mark Dewey

Folger’s Twelfth Night is Beautifully Conceived It’s a disk, or a lens, or giant kaleidoscope, thirty feet high and thirty feet wide. Or a big...

Special Discount for Brian Stokes Mitchell This Sunday @5 at Kennedy...

A SPECIAL OFFER FOR DCMTA READERS: Buy your tickets now! AND WAIVE THE TICKETING FEES WITH CODE: Broadway Tickets are available through WPAS Ticket Services at (202) 785-WPAS (9727) and online...

An Interview With Theater Without Limits’ Suzi Eldridge on Summer Camp...

THEATER WITHOUT LIMITS: CARROLL COUNTY MARYLAND SUMMER CAMP FOR CHILDREN OF ALL LEARNING STYLES AND ABILITIES Suzi Eldridge shares her passion her bringing an inclusive...

Tony Winner Brian Stokes Mitchell’s ‘Broadway’s Show-Stoppers’ at The Kennedy Center on Sunday,...

What a great way to celebrate Mother's Day as Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell performs a concert filled with Broadway's Show-Stoppers at The Kennedy Center's...

REMEMBERING JOEL MARKOWITZ